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February 25, 2021

Live Music in the Byron Shire and beyond in the beginning of March 2019

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Sway Swing Swagger Swoon

Lismore | Sunday 3 March | 2pm | Donation 

After the great success of Mullumbimby and Nimbin Roots Festivals, Out of Range are off to Lismore for a one-off, intimate concert.

Born out of the English festival scene and raised-up on the dusty roads of Australia, Out of Range are smashing it with their irreverent, happy, upbeat, foot-stomping music. They like to call themselves genre-fluid and you can see why as they slide effortlessly from gypsy to balkan then jazz, roots and boogie… yet there is always something singularly ‘Out of Range’ about their sound. It’s unexpected, catches you by surprise and puts a smile on your face, infusing you with humour and a sense of fun.

STOP PRESS! This music may contain traces of accordion but we promise, there are definitely no banjos.

To find out more have a look here…

outofrangeband.com  |  facebook

Grace Knight on at Club Mullum, Mullumbimby Ex-Services on Sat 2 March at 8pm.

Grace Knight

Club Mullum  |  Saturday |  8pm  |  $35

There’s something magic about Grace Knight’s stage presence – it’s no wonder she’s one of the most enduring talents in Australian music. With ARIA awards and nominations and chart-topping recordings in each of the past three decades, her career spans 40 years. Grace is one of the finest interpreters of popular music in Australia today.

She blew audiences away throughout the eighties as lead singer of the internationally successful band Eurogliders. As a solo artist she transformed herself from Pop Princess to Queen of Cool and lit up the screen in ABC TV’s award-winning mini-series Come in Spinner. A string of successful solo albums followed that saw her take on jazz.

In 2013 Grace Knight and Bernie Lynch reformed Eurogliders and have been touring since then. 2016 saw the release of Grace Knight’s eighth solo album Fragile – a departure from jazz with touches of blues, soul, and folk, that demonstrate her ability to effortlessly move across genres while maintaining her signature vocal style.

Grace Knight is joined by her band when she plays Saturday at Club Mullum, 8pm. Tix $35 at mullumexservices.com.au

King Coaster

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This Friday’s lineup features the thunderous 3-piece heavy rock/blues trio Stoker from Brisbane, local groove/blues lads King Coaster, a back-to-back. Electro/R&B/hip-hop sets from Art Pleasley and Mr Rhodes, a single release by LA-based Jamie-Lee Dimes and her Waste of Time tour, and a killer blues rock experience from Harry Nichols.

4 on the Floor promises to give you a mind-bending, face-melting, live music experience. Wolfman from Howl and Moan Records will DJ on vinyl in between sets – check out this new concept night free this Friday at Byron Bay from 6pmwww.byronbaybrewery.com.au

nudge nudge wink wink


Cunning Stunts present Nudge Nudge Wink Wink

Billinudgel Hotel  |  Sunday  |  3pm  |  $15–25

Did you know that the good people behind the Cunning Stunts, who run the monthly Nudge Nudge Wink Wink at Billinudgel Hotel, have now donated over quarter of a million bucks to local charities in our region! This is pretty incredible for the crew who sought social change and engagement through the positive means of bringing community together to dance. At its 34th event this Sunday the charity is Kids Caring for Country & Guyahyn Aboriginal Early Childhood Project. Be at the Billinudgel from 3pm for a lineup of talented DJs all donating their time: Bobby Lloyd, a consummate DJ of many years in the Sydney scene, will be making his Nudge debut alongside resident DJs Lord Sut and Dale Stephen.

This Sunday from 3pm. Tix $15–25. cunningstunts.com.au

Miss Amber & Stukulele present the Love & Heartbreak UKE NIGHT this Thursday at Club Mullum

Uke Night with Miss Amber & Stukulele

Club Mullum  |  Thursday  |  6.30pm  |  $15

Miss Amber & Stukulele present the Love & Heartbreak UKE NIGHT this Thursday at Club Mullum from 6.30pm. Special guest vocalists are Clelia Adams, Erina Leech, and darling daughter Rose Eadie. In the band is Rod Coe on bass, Jamie Pattugalin on drums, and the amazing Kate Gittins on clarinet, flute, accordion, and keys.

The songbook is just glorious and is available through www.ukemullum.com. Adults $15, kids 5–16 $2.50, anyone else – free. Even if your heart really is broken let the uke love you up.

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