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Beloved local Byron musician, composer, producer, original and current MiSex keyboardist Murray Burns recently suffered a debilitating stroke while playing on stage with MiSex at Melbourne’s A Day On The Green. Friends, fans and family are gathering on the night of Anzac Day, Wednesday April 25 for a riotous rock and roll event featuring a star-studded line up of Murray’s musical pals to raise funds to assist Murray during his period of recovery.

Confirmed to perform in the Buzz for Muzz are:

Brian Cadd – Member of the ARIA Hall Of Fame, internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter and former member of The Groop and the legendary Axiom. Brian’s signature hits include Little Ray Of Sunshine, Show Me The Way, Let Go, and Gingerman.

Russell Morris  ARIA Hall of Fame member, and one of Australia’s most admired and successful singer-songwriters. His hits include The Real Thing, The Wings Of An Eagle, Sweet Sweet Love, and Hush.

Glenn Shorrock – Member of the ARIA Hall of Fame, former lead singer of the famed Little River Band, Axiom and The Twilights, now a highly successful solo performer. Famous for hits like Cool Change, Help Is On It’s Way, Shut Down Turn Off, Home On Monday and Dream Lover.

Gyan One of Australia’s most unique voices, Byron’s own Gyan is an ARIA Award-winning singer-songwriter who has earned acclaim for her hits like Wait and It’s Alright, as well as her unique collaboration with the cartoonist Leunig.

The Firetree – Byron Bay duo pairing sublime harmonies and contrasting yet complementary vocals in one superb pop groove.

The hand-picked supergroup for the night will consist of Tony Naylor on lead guitar (The Bootleg Family, Brian Cadd), Alan Park on keyboards (Cliff Richard, The Feramones), Kerry Jacobsen on drums (Dragon), Greg Lyon on bass (Crossfire, The Feramones), and Andy Thompson on sax (Moving Pictures).

Expect some surprise guests, surprise happenings, and a lot of great music, love and laughter for a very good cause!

All Tickets: $50 at the door, or via the venue: Phone 0266855833; www.byronbaybrewery.com.au and also available at the Mullumbimby Bookshop & the Byronian Cafe (Jonson Street).

 


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