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The Rock-itt : October 2009
Northern Beaches Country Music Club (NBCMC) October Concert -- Free Admission Two of the best Country Music Clubs in Sydney the NBCMC and the Macarthur CMC will combine on Sunday 11th October at Balgowlah RSL Club (Ethel St.) 1.30 pm/5.30 pm for a huge Country Music show which will also include the announcement and presentation of the "Search for a Star" Talent Quest Winner. The Talent Quest has been for eighteen years and under country music entertainers and has been running for six months. The winner will receive $1000 of recording time at Unit 4 Studios at Brookvale sponsored by leading country music entertainer and supporter of NBCMC Gary Brown. The October Concert will feature a long list of top entertainers including Gary Wade, Boots Morgan and all previous talent quest contestants and a five piece band and if you want to do some Boot Scootin' then this is the place to be as the dance floor is always alive and as usual admission is free. This concert will also see the return of regular Compere Barry "Bazza" Williams who has been touring the country as a compere of a host of Country Music Festivals. Barry is already a Member of the Country Music Broadcasters Hall of Fame at Tamworth and this year was made a Founding Member of the International Country Music Association. It has to be a good gig that attracts between 150-200 people every month as these concerts do -- so be early. Any further information please phone 0408 277 548. Barry Williams The listening ear that cares Dial 02 94776777 A support service available 7 days a week from 8am to midnight Volunteer mums with comprehensive training to handle any call. Professional advisers are available if necessary. Callers from all age groups use "Dial-a-Mum" with issues such as conflict in relationships, depression, grief, isolation or domestic abuse. PO Box 241 Wahroonga NSW 2097