Radar Radio Presents Freshly Cut ft Snowdroppers

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Radar Radio Presents Freshly Cut ft Snowdroppers

Postby Difrnt Music » Tue Jul 20, 2010 12:06 am

The Snowdroppers headline Radar Radio & Jim Beam presenting “Freshly Cut” @ The Gaelic

Radar Radio, Jim Beam, The Gaelic and a host of performers have joined forces to produce six weeks of band showcases at the Surry Hills live music venue. Freshly Cut is a series that celebrates some of Australia’s best upcoming artists.

On Thursday the 22 July, Freshly Cut will be headlined by the Snowdroppers and supported by Iron Jack and Seven Steady.

After releasing their debut album Too Late To Pray, Sydney four piece The Snowdroppers, Johnny Wishbone (vocals, harmonica, banjo), Pauly K (guitar), Nick London (bass) and Cougar Jones (drums) have released their second single, Do The Stomp.

A powerful track with a strong stompin’ beat, The Snowdroppers, deliver a track that will get the blood pumping and your feet moving.

The band will has been asked to be the major support act for The Grinspoon Tour coming up in July / August this year. Having already graced the stage of this years Blues & Roots Festival in Byron Bay as well as supporting the Avett Brothers at their Sydney show, and The Snowdroppers are just wrapping up their first headline tour, the Do The Stomp Tour, taking in the East Coast playing from Geelong to Toowoomba. The Snowdroppers live show showcase the bands high energy and infectious sounds to their growing fan base.

To celebrate the Single, The Snowdroppers, will be headlining a prestigious Radar Radio Event at the Gaelic Club on Thursday 22 July called FRESHLY CUT if you haven’t seen these boys live now is the time.

www.thegaelic.com
Www.radarradio.com.au
www.snowdroppers.com
www.difrntentgroup.com.au


Thursday 22nd July 2010

Freshly Cut
The Snowdroppers
supported by: Iron Jack & Seven Steady
From 8pm Entry is $10

The Gaelic
64 Devonshire Street SURRY HILLS NSW


The line ups for coming weeks will be advertised in street press, available on the Gaelic website and www.theLBLM.com, and at www.radarradio.com.au.


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