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Anything is Pozible for Starboard Cannons

Following a run of butt-kicking festival appearances over the last few months, Starboard Cannons are back in town for a show at the Billinudgel Hotel.

Based in Byron Bay’s forested hinterland, Starboard Cannons is the creation of Ash Bell and Matt Bone. Fundamentally an acoustic duo, Ash and Matt have been writing and performing together since 2009. Described as having a style ‘somewhere between the Scottish highlands and the Aussie bush’, Starboard Cannons put songwriting at the helm, and back it up with a solid live performance.

Starboard-Cannons. portraitCurrently in the studio working on their second album, the Cannons are running a crowdfunding campaign through Pozible to fund the project.

This show at the Billi is somewhat of a fundraiser, though it’s still a free show and there is no obligation. With special guests Heartworn Highway, along with a few extra bits and pieces, this is shaping up to be a great evening for one and all!

Saturday January 11, Billinudgel Hotel.

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


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