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Byron Bay’s CBD Dub Project play all original compositions with influences of soul, blues, jazz and reggae. Reuben Barkley’s soulful vocals and bluesy guitar will be accompanied by the sweet sounds of highly regarded saxophonist Martha Baartz as well as percussion legend Jami Patugalan. With influences such as Bill Withers, St Germaine, Massive Attack, Hendrix and Fat Freddies Drop, this dynamic trio promises the Sheoak Shack a night of great music.

Get yourself a good dubbing this Saturday at the Sheoak Shack.

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