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Sounds Of The Great Southern CD Launch 2017

Sounds Of The Great Southern CD Launch 2017

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Saturday 27 May 6pm - 10pm

Albany Town Hall

Ticket Prices: $15+BF

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Ten new, original songs have been recorded and will soon be released to showcase the inspiringly diverse breath of musical talent brewing in the Great Southern region of WA, the WAM Sounds Of The Great Southern compilation CD is set to launch on Saturday 27 May at the iconic Albany Town Hall.

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With the acts selected from a record-breaking 115 applicants, it was no surprise amazing results have come out of the pop-up recording studio in Albany (thanks to Soundtown), especially considering they were steered by award-winning producers Matt Gio (Rada Studio) and Sean Lillico (Fur Real Studio), plus guest sessions from ARIA Award-winning producer Joel Quartermain and Debaser Studio engineer Andy Lawson. To be released late May, the ten-track CD will cover everything from rock to folk, dub, electro pop, adult contemporary, reggae, rhythmic jazz pop and beyond.

Each artist will have their chance to shine at a treasured venue, supported by the Vancouver Arts Centre team. This will allow people to witness the acts in an intimate and charming setting, including The Tidswell Twins with The North Albany Senior High School Band (Albany), Willow (Denmark), 40 Kays Out (Katanning), Ron Coyne (Albany), Rastatrix (Denmark), Blue Stuka (Takalarup), Carla Geneve (Albany), Mary Jayne & The Smoke Detectors (Denmark), Kris Nelson (Albany) and Isla Imogen (Albany).


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LAUNCH DETAILS:

WHERE: Albany Town Hall
WHEN: Saturday 27 May
TIMES: 6pm doors open, first act on 6.30pm sharp.
Finishes 10pm
FEATURING: All artists on the CD performing live
TICKETING: $15+BF from Moshtix from May 1

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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.