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Coasting : Issue 1
Gosford Regional Gallery East Gosford FREE ENTRY: 7 DAYS 10am-4pm Wheelchair friendly FREE Handy Parking 36 Webb St, East Gosford Ph: 02 4325 0056 www.gosfordregionalgallery.com Incorporating the Gosford/Edogawa Commemorative Garden Engaging Exhibitions Gallery and Garden Tours Koi Fish Feeding Gallery Shop Cafe & Restaurant Cultural Events Pic: Martin Philbey Name: Angela’s Dish Genre: Rock You’re a bit like: Jimmy Eat World meets Goo Goo Dolls. The story so far: The four of us have spent countless hours in many vans over the past few years touring Australia. What’s doing:We’ve just released an album, similar to our Japanese release, that’s a collection of our EPs and B sides from 2004-2008. But right now we’re writing for our second album. Check us out: Head to www.myspace. com/angelasdish to listen to our music and get some love. You’ll never see us... Saying no to a beer. You might see us... Getting picks and supplies at EGM (East Gosford Music). Performances & Events Artist Talks Kids Activities School Holiday Workshops Adults Art Classes Laycock Street Theatre Laycock Street, North Gosford Cnr McMasters and Ocean Beach Rds, Woy Woy Peninsula Theatre BOX OFFICE : 43 233 233 Name: Nick and Liesl Genre: Acoustic/Folk We’re a bit like: The Waifs and Angus and Julia Stone. The story so far: We formed while in Europe in 2007. We’ve supported artists such as Harry Manx and Kate Miller- Heidke and played at festivals around Australia and overseas. Last year we won an ABC Award and were included on the CD Home Grown Roots Vol 1 along with Paul Kelly, John Butler and Mia Dyson. What’s doing: We’re currently in WA followed by trips to Qld and Vic for shows and festivals. We’re planning to begin an album in April and then in September we’re heading to Popkomm in Berlin (including an Australian showcase) as part of another European tour. Check us out: Our debut EP Wyong River is available in stores, on iTunes and other online stores. You can listen to our music and see live footage at www.myspace. com/nickandliesl or come and see us busking at the View Factory in Newcastle on Thursday, April 16, or at the Gum Ball Festival in The Hunter Valley on May 30. You’ll never see us... Unless you come to a show. You’ll always see us... Using free WiFi at McDonald’s! Favourite all-time lyric: “I have my books and my poetry to protect me” from I Am A Rock by Simon and Garfunkel. comedy - plays - concerts community events - musicals music matinees - dance rock - circus - kids shows touring shows - youth concerts Laycock Street Theatre Home to Gosford Musical Society www.laycockstreettheatre.com Peninsula Theatre Home to Woy Woy Little Theatre and Short & Sweet Central Coast You’ll never see us saYing no To A BeeR AngelA’s Dish
December 15th 2008
Issue 2 2009