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Thursday 4 August 2016 https://www.facebook.com/events/277104545981732/

Guided by John Wardle of the Live Music Office, Collaborate!! nights start with a Music Industry Panel Q&A in the cozy and comfy LazyBones first floor lounge. The idea is to start a conversation with you and key live music industry players to help build our local communities
LazyBones Lounge, 294 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville
Corner Illawarra Rd, Entrance Illawarra Rd
5 minutes straight line walk from Marrickville Station
5pm – Doors open for Bar and Restaurant
6pm – Q&A Music Industry Panel: Women in the Music Industry with Special Guests:

  • Emily Collins – Executive Officer Music NSW
  • Ali Flett – Venue Operator – The Newsagency / Artist
  • Kerri Glasscock – Festival Director/CEO | SYDNEY FRINGE – Venue Operator
  • Carol Ray – Marrickville Licensing Sergeant, Marrickville Police

7.30pm – Live Music Starts

CARRIE LAKIN & BAND
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ARABESK EP LAUNCH

On 4 August, we will feature enigmatic singer/songwriter, Carrie Lakin. With over a decade of delighting audiences both nationally and internationally, Carrie will feature songs from her EP, BOLD. Arabesk will be up next and are excited to be launching their new EP. This will be their last Sydney gig before heading to Japan on August 11. So catch them while you can. At the end of the night Carrie & Arabesk will Collaborate!! on some songs together.

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