December 23, 2014
In this Issue:
http://youtu.be/scnWbnr7ypo Well it’s official, although it’s just in it’s second year Byron Falls Festival has sold out. For those lucky enough to have the hottest tickets in town then it’s time to start planning your festival….and hey, if you are...
NYE – Mouche Phillips is the creative director for Soul Street, Byron’s free New Year’s Eve party running in the parks and beachfront of Byron this year. Mouche talks with The Echo about what’s in store.
NYE – Riding the highs and lows of touring, Caravãna Sun, you could say, had a big 2014. They were just back from gruelling European tours, had a band member retire and replaced by the almighty Ken Allars, and the band are taking it all in their stride, finishing the year with a gig at the Hotel Brunswick.
NYE – Finding out about Joel Ozborn!
NYE – Dubbed as ‘The Party’, the New Years Eve event at The Byron at Byron Resort features Lisa Hunt and her Forever Soul show performing under the stars.
NYE – Club Byron present a nostalgic way to reflect on the year that was with Cashville, a tribute to the late Johnny Cash.
NYE – A gig for people who like their music with a little edge. Here are some things you may not know about the GOD: The Goons of Doom are four childhood buddies from Sydney’s northern beaches who met on the very first day of schoo
JC looks back over cinema releases for the past year
Those who have followed Ruthie Foster’s eclectic musical history know that she can burn down any stage with her combustible blend of soul, blues, rock, folk and gospel.
Coming from left field though it may be, and with everybody’s favourite type-cast anti-hero, Bill Murray, as its protagonist, Theodore Melfi’s churchy morality tale is as cheesy and every bit as predictable as Annie.
After her spellbinding performance in the uniquely beautiful Beasts Of The Southern Wild (2012), it was hard for many of us to imagine where Quvenzhané Wallis might turn up next.
RECIPE: I’m dreaming of some White Christmas
Have you ever tried to cook more than two courses for more than four people? In this day and age it seems that everybody has an interest in food and cooking.
The first in a series of major campaigns to halt the construction of four proposed dosing facilities in the northern rivers kicked off Monday morning in Clunes.
As a result of federal funding cuts, the Byron Youth Service is about to lose its valuable ‘Links to Learning’ program, which helps youth in the area re-engage in education or training.
Over the last five days, a group of local artists have been working with a team of volunteers to create murals, parade floats and large-scale puppets for the New Years festival to be held at Falls Festival.
Wendy Lovejoy, who was a member of the founding generation of Echo people, died peacefully at her home in Ocean Shores on Saturday.