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April 11, 2021

Innocent Bystanders on New Years Eve

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The Innocent Bystanders are a classic rock cover band playing 60s to 90s music and a sprinkling of now.

The band was established in 1995 and, after 18 years, three of the original members who played a work Christmas party gig still make up the current format.

Now back as a five-piece band with Al Colefax, Steve Pyne, Dave Stafford, Dave Ash and Gary Nathan, The Innocent Bystanders have brought to life a new song list with a mix of their own staples.

There motto is: ‘We rock, we know it, we love to show it’.

Come and rock on with the lads as the Kingscliff Surf Club, Cudgen, from 8.30pm on New Years Eve.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.


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