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Rebecca Ireland, Stokers Siding 15 Minutes of Fame, Friday

This Friday is the first of this year’s 15 Minutes of Fame at Stokers Siding Hall. As well as the Blackboard Acts, Rebecca Ireland will sing sweet velvet melodic groove originals from her latest release Wild Bear, which have been receiving great air time on ABC Radio and Triple J. This Stokers Siding 15 Minutes of Fame show will be the last around here for a while, before she heads off to Adelaide and Western Australia.

The blackboard acts are Rob And Carl with their entertaining harmonious variety; a delightful young performer Aaron Devine on guitar and vocals; another delightful young performer Kaitlin Devine on guitar and vocals; Maggie Cunningham-Webb with her beautiful verse and song; James Webb with his special guitar/vocal style doing original and covers; Sean O’Hara and mate Shayne, known as Riverstone, will finish us off before the break with great style and harmonies.

As usual great food will be available. Admission is $15. Doors open at 6.45pm and show starts at 7.30 sharp.

Monthly Show Number 42 – Stokers Siding Hall

 


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