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Coasting : Issue 2 2009
14 •SANDS•SOILS•GRAVELS •MULCHES •CEMENTS PICK UP OR DELIVERY Cnr Pacific Hwy & Old Tuggerah Rd, Kangy Angy 2258 4362 2664 Opening 2nd June 09 OPEN 6 DAYS Name: Something With Numbers A touch of France in the heart of Terrigal Live French music every Friday evening Open 7 Days - Lunch and Dinner BYO (Wine)/ Licensed 10 Kurrawyba Ave, Terrigal 4385 7077 email@example.com www.lechatnoir.com.au c8562763-4Jun Genre: Rock We’re a bit like: Having inconsequential expressions of affection whispered in your ear. The story so far: Formed at the end of 2001, we have released three albums with the latest album Engineering The Soul recorded in Brooklyn, New York. In 2007 we were nominated for an ARIA award for Breakthrough Single/Artist for the single Apple Of The Eye. We’ve toured Australia many times and have played a number of shows in the US. What’s doing: Twitter us and you will fi nd out @ www.twitter.com/ somethingwithnumbers different SOUNDS Four local acts. Four different sounds. Four different ways of looking at life. Check us out: At The Entrance Leagues Club on August 7 and 8. You’ll never see us: Up early on a Saturday morning. You’ll always see us: Having a great time doing what we do. Favourite all-time lyric: ‘’He not busy being born is busy dying’’ from It’s Alright, Ma by Bob Dylan. Name: Matt Bubb Homewares, Beach Decor, Gifts and Cafe Picture by Aaron Brown I’m a bit like: A cross between a snake charmer and a duck. Cnr Bay Rd & Pacific St, Toowoon Bay Ph: 4333 6900 www.breezeatthebay.com Open Tuesday - Saturday 10-4 c8552591-4Jun The story so far: I started playing sax when I was 11 and took up a string of woodwind instruments soon after. In year 9 I saw a concert by the Sydney Symphony which led me to the oboe. Since then I’ve studied with Rachel Tolmie at the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music. I’ve been in numerous productions with the Gosford Musical Society orchestra while also playing gigs with The New Jellyroll Jazz Orchestra. Now I’m studying at the Sydney Conservatorium and teaching oboe at the Central Coast Con. What’s doing?: I’m currently Genre: Classical and jazz trying to fi gure out a name for my oboe trio... any ideas? Check me out: On Thursday, June 11, my oboe trio is playing at St Andrew’s Cathedral at 1pm along with other chamber music groups from the Sydney Con. You can also see me performing with the Central Coast Symphony on Sunday, July 5, at Laycock Street Theatre, and playing in the pit for The Producers the musical which opens on August 7. You’ll never see me: Without my oboe. You’ll always see me: Stressing over oboe reeds, losing items, on trains, getting myself into embarrassing situations... or practising. Favourite all-time lyric: Lyrics? I don’t see lyrics on my oboe part? However, my favourite piece of music is Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring. “Best Prices on the Coast”
Issue 3 2009