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Coasting : Issue 6 Dec 2009
18 central coast • new south wales NICOTINELL 15% OFF FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER STOP SMOKING NOW! ASK THE FRIENDLY STAFF AT MEGA SAVE HOW? MAKE THE NEW YEAR A HEALTHY ONE! Use combination therapy and almost double your chances at quitting, patches all day and gum when you get those cravings to help you on your way to a healthier life. c8636471-3Dec DAVISTOWN RSL CLUB IS GAMBLING A PROBLEM FOR YOU? G-LINE (NSW) IS A CONFIDENTIAL, ANONYMOUS AND FREE COUNSELLING SERVICE. FREE CALL 1800 633 635. THE DAVO DAVISTOWN RSL CLUB MURNA RD DAVISTOWN 4363-0199 www.davistownrsl.com.au THE DAV O IAN MOSS & WES CARR saturday 19 december tickets $40 promoted by STAR FM KEVIN BORICH friday 15 january kevin borich, lucius borich from cogg plus harry brus on bass tickets members $20, non members $28 RICHARD CLAPTON saturday 23 january australia day weekend special doors open 7.30pm. tickets $28 JOHN PAUL YOUNG & ALL STARS BAND friday 12 february love is in the air weekend special tickets members $28, non members $35 meal & show members $63, non members $69 NEW YEARS EVE biggest beach party of the year with the endless summer band free entry. doors open 7.30pm. neat beach dress only JAYWALKER front man Jason Hicks was happy enough to receive just the letter -- never mind the $10,000 that came with it. The letter was from Peter Garrett, after all, the former Midnight Oil giant and now Federal Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts. Mr Garrett was writing to inform Hicks that the Central Coast pop-rock band had been awarded a $10,000 Contemporary Touring Grant from the Federal Government. "I was just happy with the letter," Hicks said of his brush with Aussie rock royalty. "I'm going to frame it." The framed letter will be going straight to the pool room, no doubt. The money, though, will help to fund Jaywalker's 18-show tour of Australia's east coast in February. The tour will be a showcase of the band's debut album, to be recorded in Brisbane in January, with producer Stuart Stuart (The Veronicas and Small Mercies) who specialises in developing unsigned artists and introducing them to record labels. "The first time we started working with Stuart we just clicked," Hicks said. "Stuart is a very positive producer in the studio and, at the same time, very direct. Lyrically he's worked me really hard. "I think I wrote the lyrics for the song Lost in London at least three or four times before he thought I was telling the story that I wanted to tell." By DAVID STEWART Jaywalker find their stride Money, an award, album and tour... things are starting to happen in a rush for Central Coast band Jaywalker. COASTING MUSIC FAST FORWARD: Jaywalker, featuring Jason Hicks (front) will record its debut album in Brisbane in January before embarking on an east coast tour in February.
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