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Byron Shire
May 24, 2022

Stroke Stokes’ Movember mo

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The surf, sand and sun are throughout the sounds of Tim Stokes and his blues coastal music. Local to Byron Bay he is riding on the swell of his debut album MeXico, which has received Album of the Week ABC North Coast and ranked #5 on the Australian Blues Airplay c

harts for August. Stokes and band return to the Buddha Bar for a local show after a busy touring schedule to packed houses in Sydney, Katoomba and Melbourne. Featuring raw and earthy songwriting, rich grooves and beats to bounce along with, Stokes and Band roll the grooves over you. Stokes, proudly wearing a top-lip-slug, is raising money for ‘Movember’ and will be passing the hat around for this worthy men’s health cause. Bring along your ‘tache’, your loose change and your dancing shoes. He plays with his band at the Byron Bay Brewery & Buddha Bar tonight at 8pm.


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