20 July 2007

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The Remains have all survived their horrible smash. Sally Ruth reports: Local alt country band The Re-Mains have been forced to take a break for a few months after a serious car accident last week. Not long after their tour van left Tennant Creek they hit a steer and were forced off the road. The drummer and guitarist in the front of the van suffered serious injuries and will need months to recover. Luckily the other three band members escaped with minor injuries.

Want to get paid to go out? LEAD is a disability service in Canberra and they want to pay you to take someone out to local, live music and theatre. LEAD provides a professional and highly skilled service for people who have a disability in the ACT. As part of their ‘Local and Live’ project, they’ll pay you $30/hr to assist a person who has a disability to check out Canberra’s local music and arts scene. Read more about it here.

The Pot Belly Bar has not closed and to prove it they’ll be running their solo and duo comps, possibly concurrently, on Saturday nights in August and September. To enter, contact Nic on 0405 950 885 or at inloco23@hotmail.com

Graft: (You have to be on the Culturazi email list to win any graft items!)

Four tickets to see Michael Fix at the Merry Muse on Friday, supported by the uncollective Matty Ellis. Email ‘Muse Friday’ to win.

Two Tickets to witness Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens launch their long-awaited album at the ANUBar on Saturday. Supports are PJ Wolf and The Matty Ellis Collective. Email ‘Julia and the Wolf Collective’

Two tickets to Small Mercies at the new UC Greenroom. Supported by Night Train. Email ‘Small Train’.

[ED (Ntp) – and to get all the info on the good gigs this week go to Culturazi webpage or send an email asking to join the Culturazi email list.]

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