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May 26, 2022

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Blake Noble: Rails, Monday

Blake Noble and the Ninja Stars are currently sitting at number 21 on the Triple J Roots Chart, the FOTSUN performer, and the Bluesfest Busking Comp people’s choice award winner continues to wow audiences with his new band The Ninja Stars. Contributing to his already jaw-dropping performance are Luke Horsfield, drummer Mat Akehurst, and singer/percussionist Jake Cairns.

Catch them at the Rails on Monday before Blake moves to Seattle in just a few weeks!

 


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