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#043 - NCEIA president Gary Pinkerton on the state of the post-flood Lismore music scene

Published May 17, 2022







 

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In this episode:


  • Gary's early days as a keyboard player, playing venues in and around Lismore

  • The latest gigs Gary's been playing

  • The Lismore floods, and the impact on Gary's life.

  • The state of the music scene in Lismore


Links:


EPIC - the band

Wendy Ford Duo

NCEIA - NORTH COAST ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION

Resound: Replacing musical instruments lost in natural disasters

Southern Cross Lismore

NORPA




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