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March 3, 2021

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Lockgate-1200pxThe Rolling River Review, described as the crème de la crème of the northern rivers’ ‘active musician’ scene, performed to a packed Star Court Theatre for the sold out premiere of two new Lock The Gate films over the weekend, kicking off the National Week of Action against coal and coal-seam gas (CSG) mining. Many of the all-star lineup have their own anti-CSG songs and had an opportunity to perform them alongside fellow songwriters and musos. To organise screenings of ‘Undermining Australia’ and ‘Fractured Country’ go to http://www.lockthegate.org.au/films or DVDs can be purchased from Gleanings in the Star Court Arcade.


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