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Byron Shire
December 2, 2021

Bombs away on Cannons’ winter jaunt

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Starboard-cannons-page-photo-363606Showcasing their wares to an international audience at the 2015 Folk Alliance International Music Conference in Kansas City has put the ‘Cannons on the world map, but it’s the Aussie pubs and cosy little bars where the boys are in their element.

With 18 shows across three states and a territory in 10 weeks, you’re bound to be in range of a ‘Cannons show, so come join the Winter Jaunt!

See the lads on their home turf on Sunday June 28 at the Courthouse Hotel – Mullumbimby with Claire Anne Taylor.

3PM – $12 at the door.


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