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Starfish Club

the Pinks are
Reg Mombassa, Peter O’Doherty, Continental Robert Susz, Brendan Gallagher, Rob Souter, and Doug Nairn, in a different kind of Blues band. As well as playing some famous Hound Dog Taylor and Muddy Waters tunes, the Pinks delve into the 60’s English scene with songs like the Rolling Stones ‘2000 light years’ and Cream’s ‘Strange Brew’. You will love this band!
Also, on the same bill we have the accapella finesse of the Heavenly light quartet.

Such a night!

When:
02/07/2012
Where:
cnr boundary and ocean street, Clovelly, NSW, 2031
How Much:
$20

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