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Post by amanda-renee on Thu 11 Mar 2010, 6:07 pm

updated info about thredbo jazz festival follow the link if interested.

http://www.thredbojazz.com.au/

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Re: NSW gigs

Post by amanda-renee on Fri 23 Apr 2010, 8:03 pm

23rd Thredbo Jazz Festival
thredbo: 22-4-2010
Mount Kosciuszko will bow to Barbara's Brilliance at the 23rd Yalumba Thredbo Jazz Party - 30 April - 2 May, 2010
Mount Kosciuszko may be Australia's highest peak, but for three days later this month it may have to bow to the brilliance of one of Yalumba Thredbo Jazz Party's featured artists, US vocalist, Barbara Morrison.

With her incredible two and a half octave range, Morrison is known worldwide for her soul stirring singing and breathtaking interpretations of jazz and blues classics. Backed by an equally impressive trio comprising, Musical Director, John Harkins on Piano, Drummer, Andrew Dickeson and Brendan Clarke on Bass, her concerts will leave the audience wanting more.

Also headlining at this years' festival is vocalist and trumpeter, Carl Riseley. Riseley has developed a loyal following since his success on Australian Idol. He has released two albums - his second album, 'The Stillest Hour' released in 2009 debuted at Number 1 on the ARIA Jazz Charts.

While performing at Thredbo, Riseley will be backed by a talented trio led by well-known Sydney-based drummer, John Morrison. On Sunday this backing group will grow to a full big band when he performs with NSW Public Schools Jazz Orchestra.

Now in it's 23rd year, Yalumba Thredbo Jazz Party is a three day celebration of jazz, great food and wine set in picturesque Thredbo at the foot of the magnificent Mt Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains. The program features over 120 of Australia's finest musicians and guest international artists performing in venues situated throughout the village.

Returning to the festival this year are funk and groove bands, Armondo Hurley's Funk-O-Matics who are guaranteed to get your feet moving and Australian Idol's backing vocalist, Louise Perryman with her band led by Musical Director and keyboardist, Paul Gray who has worked with many highly successful Australian artists. If patrons haven't danced enough to these bands, they can enjoy free swing dance lessons on Saturday and Sunday in the Keller Bar, courtesy of Jumptown Swing.

This years' program also includes, many other talented Australian and international musicians including New Zealand Saxophonist, Roger Mannins; Guitarist Bruce Mathiske, Victorian Traditional Jazz Ensemble, the popular, Etype (SA); The Syncopators; the distinctive, Pugsley Buzzard; Victorian-based bands, Flap, led by trumpeter, Eamon McNelis; Snappers with trombonist, Ben Gillespie at the helm; Andrew Dickeson's Swingmatism; Thredbo favourite Lionel Robison featuring saxophonist, Karl Laskowski; Navy's Admiral's Own Sextet; talented bassist and vocalist, Mark Elton, versatile guitarist, Peter Baylor, vocalist, Jacki Cooper and big bands, Kirrawee High School Band and NSW Public Schools Jazz Orchestra and many more talented musicians.

The festival also supports the country's young jazz talent with the addition of 2008 Generations in Jazz Vocal Scholarship, Elly Hoyt and the 2009 winner pianist, vocalist and composer, Sarah McKenzie. Another winner of the 2009 James Morrison Scholarship, Tenor Saxophonist, Daniel Clohesy will also be on the program.

Early bird ticket prices @ $125 weekend pass can be purchased prior to 16 April. Contact Thredbo Chamber on 02 6457 6882 for more details. Festival information, program, ticket prices, restaurants and bookings can be found on the website: thredbojazz.com.au

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Post by Angeo on Tue 27 Apr 2010, 2:24 am

It sounds like a great gig with all that jazz talent. Whoever's going will have a fabulous time. I know Amanda and Jode's are going by their excited tweets Very Happy

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Post by Guest on Tue 27 Apr 2010, 10:20 pm

I'm not actually going anymore Sad I'm still sick - and so as it's the only 2 days I can get off work in the forseeable future, I have to spend it at the doctors - getting to the bottom of the issue after 3 months. Sad

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Post by Angeo on Thu 29 Apr 2010, 1:55 am

Oh no Jodes...that's not too good. Good luck at the doctor.

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Post by amanda-renee on Mon 03 May 2010, 4:30 pm

hey guys,

day 1:
mum and me left for thredbo at 7.30am on friday morning, had numerous stops at golbourn, queanbeyan, cooma and then thredbo. arrived about 2.00pm. picked the keys up and settled into our room, had a nap then got up and had a shower and got dressed. went for a walk and decided to check out the first band of the festival admirals own, walking into the bar completely oblivious to the fact that it was a navy band ( really should have kknown from the title of the band) and who should be in there watching none other then Mr Riseley himself haha watching the band and enjoying a few beverages i was sooooo embarressed as i really didn't think or expect i would run into him so soon, and i had promised jacki cooper ( john morrision's wife ) only hours before that i wouldn't stalk carl hehe on facebook.
i casually went to the bar and got mum and i a drink and sat at a table when Carl came over and said yay you got here how was your drive etc. and gave me a massive bear hug saying how much he has missed me/ us. he proceeded to tell us that the guys in the band were all guys he used to play with including one of he's good friends chris ellis which he later introduced us to at he's own gig.
admirals own finished and carl said him and ryan were off to get some dinner and had we eaten to which i replied no we hadn't and he asked if we would like to go have dinner with them at beteni's but as inviting as the invitation was i declined as i didn't think it would be appropriate for me to accept ( the whole fan/ celebrity thing played on my mind along with g/f's and b/f's might have a problem with it if they found out) so they left and me and mum stayed and watched the following band E type which was really good.
when they finished ihad every intention of watching of staying and watching jacki cooper and john morrison but they didn't start until 11.30pm and i was buggered so we went back to the room and went to bed so ended day 1.

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Post by amanda-renee on Mon 03 May 2010, 5:04 pm

Day 2:

got up about 8.30am had some breakfast and a shower, got dressed and we proceeded up to the village square and watched the kirrawee big band, they were awesome and full of some really talented young musicians and singers all between 15 and 17 years of age. they done some amazing versions of just havn't met you yet, home, blame it on the boogie, and a great version of supercallafragilisticexpyallydocious. really thougroughly enjoyed their performance. when the finished we proceeded down to the pooside venue and watched the other headlining act barbra morrison from the usa. she was amazing and she was just effortless in her performance she done some amazing standards like you don't know me , walk on by, thats all and a great version of never let me go.she was amazing and the swing dancers were going off in her performance they to were briliant and barbera herself kept cutting in the various partners asking for a dance. she was a real entertainer.
after that we went back to the room and had some lunch and i done a twitter update only to relise that carl had been looking for me as he hadn't seen me all day i tweeted back where i was but never recieved a tweet back.
finished our lunch and went up to the schuss bar to watch jacki cooper and john morrison they were good and they had a few young musicians and singers play with them one of the singers was awesome but the other one litterally hurt my ears she actually reminded me a bit of lisa mitchell ewww.
went back to the room and had some dinner and got ready to go to CARL'S 1ST GIG of the festival. got there and set up the video camera it was quite a big turn out for he's event which i was really happy about but luckilly i didn't have any beers as the people behind us were being so rude chatting the entire way through it. even the old ladies in front of us kept looking behind with anger on there face.

set list was
hello dolly
( proceeded to tell he's idol story and also talked about a special fan in the crowd that has followed him ever since Amanda-renee and he thanked me and everyone was staring and i got all embarressed and a tear started forming as i was touched as well as embarressed)
on the street where you live
tenderly
let's fall in love
got to get you into my life
don't get around much anymore
my funny valentine
it had to be you
thats all

set 2:
all of me
caravan
basin street
bourbon street no bill bailey though Sad
minnie the mermaid which almost the entire room got into and he embarressed these 4 poor band students by getting them on the stage to demonstrate the actions hehe
then he invited the school big band to get on stage and play the remainder of he's set with him.which included
the letter
lido
the girl from ipanema ( which he said he was trying to work the lyric so it would be the girl from wollongong but it didn't fit which got me embarressed once again and which i later told him could have worked if he done the girl from the illawarra hehe)
and finished with reminiscing

was a really great gig and a few people up for a standing ovation which was awesome , waited with ryan whilst carl chatted to the band students and their parents and gave ryan the flyers for the forum which he said where awesome and he would leave them on the table with the cd's and postcards.

finally carl came over and asked how the gig was and proceeded to give more giant bear hugs and introduced us to he's friend chris ellis who asked how i knew carl and i said i'm the stalker fan since idol and carl said your not a stalker ive told you that. anyway got our photo's and carl ad chris were going for a drink they asked us if we were doing anything and we were like nah just going back to the room we're tired. so we said our goodbyes and so concluded day 2.

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Post by amanda-renee on Mon 03 May 2010, 5:40 pm

day 3:

again woke at 8.30am and done the usual morning routine and once again proceeded up to the village square and started the day once again with the kirrawee school big band they had a similar setlist as the day before but there were a few changes.
then once again we proceeded down to the poolside and watched the gospal choir with reverend amando hurley and louise perryman band. and i tell you what if church was more like that i would deffinately be more keen to go, jazz versions of he's got the whole world in he's hands, oh happy day, and other various uplifting music. i was just a very feel good vibe throughout the whole poolside and the whole crowd was praising hallalulla's the whole way through the set. he was amazing.
that gig finished and next one was CARL RISELEY AND THE STATEPUBLIC SCHOOLS BIG BAND WAAHOO!!! me and mum once again got front and ceneter position and set up the video camera again and we had a spare seat at our table so who should come and sit with us CARL!!!!! he was doing he's vocal warm up exersices and the horse blowing noises and was singing songs like moon river, lets fall in love and lido to warm up and he pulled my ear and said your not recording this are you to which i replied no but i was in hesterics pretty much the whole time and i was as nervous as nothing else having him right there and when he grabbed my ear i literally had chills the entire way down my spine.
the band started playing some of their songs first and then they said after this next song we will be inviting our special guest onto the stage to which carl said i wonder who that is and i said yeah me to i don't see anyone special around here to which he pulled a sad face and i said i'm only joking and he just smiled with the sparkling puppy dog eyes just glimmeriing in the sunshine. he asked wether i thought it would be rude if he wore he sunglasses during the performance and i siad no it's a bright day and he said yeah but i prob shouldn't wear them so as to interact more with the audience so i just agreed with him. so he left the sunglasses and he's bottle of water at the table and got up to perform.
similar set as the night before but mid way through he said that there was a special musician in the band who was having their 16th birthday today so he got him out on a chair and john morrrison yelled out and said 16 and never been kissed so Carl said well who's the closest female Amanda-renee get up here and give the young boy a kiss. well i could have died i was like oh carl you are gonna pay for this big ime mister but i entered into the spirit of things and gave the young boy alex a kiss on the cheek. then carl proceeded to sing happy birthday in a westy style fashion. the gig finished and we waited again at the chair for some time but carl left leaving he's glasses and water behind so we gave them to ryan and ryan said he would forget he's head if it wasn't screwed on. ( made sense as earlier carl said he lost he's trumpet stand somewhere and he must have left it at a gig possibly bennetts lane) so he had to lay the trumpet on it's case.
went back to the room and had lunch again.
then went to the thredbo showcase which was a concert full of the weekends musicians carl was sitting 2 rows infront of us and i'm not sure but i think it may have been jacki coopers 2 little girls were sitting with him and he kept looking at them and then looking away which caused them to laugh and play with him he looked like such great father material and he just had a glow around hhim when he was interacting with the kids. when the showcase finshed me and mum went up to the schuss bar to watch jacki and john once again and i tweeted carl asking him if he got the tweet to come up so i could say goodbye as he was chatting to a couple of girls when we left the showcase and i didn't want to butt in. he came up to the schuss bar but he didnt get my tweet and he said he was going for dinner again and asked if we had had dinner and wanted to go but again we declined but i said can you come back when your finished so i can say goodbye and he said yeah just tweet me where you are and i'll come back.
continued watch jacki and john in a somewhat small crowd as most poeple had left and jacki said i could probly introduce everone in this room so she named all of us ( i think i got just as many introductions as the actually proformers this weekend)
they finished and mum and me stayed and watched louise perrymans band and had a few more drinks, the band was awesome as she played more disco type songs as opposed to the jazz we had heard all week and all the die hard festival goers where there partying hard and dancing away. they finished at 10.30pm and still no sign of carl Sad we went back to our room and went to bed and i was somewhat upset that i never got to give carl an actual goodbye hug Sad which i'm still kinda gutted by as it made the end of a great weekend kinda depressing and upseting for me. but i'll be ok theres always next time.

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Post by amanda-renee on Mon 03 May 2010, 5:50 pm

DAY 4:

woke up and packed our stuff in the car only to find i had 2 fines on my car from the national parks and wildlife assosciation as my sticker for the park had fallen off my windscreen onto my seat and was upside down so they couldn't read it AAAAHHHHH !!!! i already paid $48 for the sticker and now i had 2 fines of $16 each but it said if i send proof of purchase for the sticker in 14 days i won"t have to pay the fine so hopefully i wont have to pay them.
stopped at maccas cooma and had breaky and i tell you what i needed it as i was feeling somewhat under the weather from the drinks and no food the night before hehe.
stopped at queanbeyan, and then goulborn again and had pies for lunch drove home and arrived safely at 3.30pm and caught up with internet facebook app's , myspace and twitter etc. then began to write this blog hope you enjoy it. photo's to come soon and in the next couple of days possibly a few youtube clips etc.

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Re: NSW gigs

Post by Michele 70 on Mon 03 May 2010, 8:51 pm

WOW Amanda sounds like you had a amazing weekend.I can really see how much respect Carl truelly does have for you.Why did you turn down the dinner offer it was not like just you and Carl so it would of been ok,if it wasnt ok do you think Carl would of asked .

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Post by amanda-renee on Mon 03 May 2010, 9:52 pm

yeah just felt weird and i would have been so nervous i would have choked, or vomitted or something hehe. i believe i done the right thing.

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Post by Angeo on Tue 04 May 2010, 1:32 am

Michele 70 wrote:WOW Amanda sounds like you had a amazing weekend.I can really see how much respect Carl truelly does have for you.Why did you turn down the dinner offer it was not like just you and Carl so it would of been ok,if it wasnt ok do you think Carl would of asked .

Yes that's exactly what I got from it too Michele. Carl has so much respect and admiration for you Amanda. I honestly felt quite envious since I completely abandoned every ounce of respectibility last time he was here in Perth what with throwing myself bodily at him and trying to land him a kiss on the lips. Hey next time bring me along to be your Mum and I'll be grabbing your ear myself and marching you off to have dinner with the man - with me along as your chaperone of course (although I'd be the one needing a chaperone after a few glasses of vino). Really, tell your mum from me she needs to discipline you more! What has she been teaching you? Seriously though, I agree with Michele that there would have been no harm in joining the guy for dinner and conversation. It strikes me that, hard as he tries he isn't a tweeting, facebooking, cybersocial kind of guy and he needs more face to face interaction and that would have been a good opportunity to socialise with one of his most constant fans (note I said 'one of'). But you went with your gut Amanda and in doing so have probably earned yourself even more of Carl's respect (hell I can think of some other things from Carl I'd rather have giggle ). Anyhow it was a fantastic article darl. I enjoyed reading it. Looking forward to seeing the photos now.

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Post by Guest on Tue 04 May 2010, 6:27 pm

Hahah I was actually saying to Amanda if I was there, no "no's"
would have been said hahahaha.

Seriously but, he loves you haha ;)

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Post by amanda-renee on Mon 17 May 2010, 2:43 pm

new gigs up at carl riseley myspace music page

Check out - carl riseley Spirit Of The Land Festival Oct 10 @ 6:00PM http://tinyurl.com/22urtrj

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Post by Guest on Wed 26 May 2010, 7:46 pm

Craig Berry presents
'THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK'
Starring CARL RISELY from Australian Idol
The ASHLEY LEWIS SHOWBAND
a six piece band
BERRY'S BABES Dance troupe
CRAIG BERRY Compere/Comedian
PLAYING ALL THE TUNES

THAT YOU GREW UP WITH

Morning Melodies

Tuesday 20 July at 11am

Tickets - $8.50

Craig Berry has combined the talents of his best friends to create an amazing show, and will lead them to GLORY. 'The Great American Songbook' features select songs of Michael Buble, Rod Stewart, Harry Connick, Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole & Ricky May.

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Post by Guest on Wed 26 May 2010, 7:46 pm

Sorry, that gigs at Twin Towns on the Gold Coast, on July 20th

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Post by Angeo on Thu 27 May 2010, 1:29 am

I looked up the venue, Twin Towns, to add it to my 'list' and found this funny graphic advertising the gig.



But wait a minute ... this thread is for NSW gigs! Jodes!?

Just checked Carl's MySpace and it says it's in Tweed Heads NSW.

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Post by Guest on Thu 27 May 2010, 6:16 am

Sorry tweed heads is right on the nsw/qld border, but the club is in nsw.

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Post by Guest on Fri 28 May 2010, 10:32 pm

Some more information about the Lockhart gig:

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# PIONEER SETTLEMENT BALL:
Saturday 9th October 6pm til late. A night to remember featuring Carl Risely, 2007 Idol finalist, and John Morrison and The Big Band. Hosted in a giant marquee you can dress up in crinoline gowns or dress down in braces and boots and enjoy a sumptuous 2 course dinner. Costs are $80 per person. Deposits of $20 can be made online or at the NAB Bank Lockhart which is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday; or by mail to P O Box 98 Lockhart NSW 2656. Balance due 31st August.



And also, tickets for the Twin Towns show go on sale June 7th :)

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Post by Angeo on Mon 05 Jul 2010, 10:20 pm

Jodie May wrote:Sorry tweed heads is right on the nsw/qld border, but the club is in nsw.

Thanks for the geography lesson Jodes.

So who's going to this?

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Post by amanda-renee on Tue 06 Jul 2010, 7:27 am

me , jodes and mum are going to the twin towns gig angeo, so it will be good to catch up with honeyman and find out where he has been hiding and what hes been up to. also it will be great to have yet another review to write on the forum about being that is so completely dead.

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Post by Angeo on Wed 07 Jul 2010, 12:47 am

Yes at least we've got that to look forward to! He'll update you on what he's been up to for sure ....

banana dance Oh joy, oh joy, we'll have some morsels of Carl news to provide us with just enough sustenance to keep us alive through the next long, harsh, Carl-drought ... snoopy

gasp!... want ... to .. google... Carl's ...name ....and...get...more....than...just .....torrent...downloads...........

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Post by Guest on Tue 20 Jul 2010, 2:46 pm

So after spending a relaxing 4 days in Surfers Paradise - including a few games of bowling (With Jodie the deadset loser), and a trip to Movieworld (JODIE MET BATMAN!!!, and Amanda fell for The Flash), it was time to head down to Twin Towns (Which ironically is in NSW...the little sign on the side of the road says so), to watch Carl perform alongside the Ashley Lewis Band and Craig Berry for the "Great American Songbook" show.

We arrived at the venue about 9.30am, and who should we notice, bar Mr Lewis himself in reception, holding a bag big enough to house a dead body. We went and played the pokies to entertain ourselves, but we came up with not one win between us Sad.

Upon entering the showroom we quickly established that we were by far the youngest people there. Pretty sure EVERY other person either was gray, or had a nanna blue rinse in their hair.

The show began right on 11am, with Craig Berry and Ashley performing a few numbers, Ash even got his chance to have a bit of a sing. The band consisted of Ash on Trombone and Westy (Aka Sheik Mah Deick), on drums.

Carl came onstage for his half hour set, noticing straight away that we were front and centre (it wasn't hard to notice...there was only 4 other people in the entire front row.)

He performed a mix of Standards, opening with Hello Dolly. Just before he performed When I Fall In Love, he decided that he needed to get the audiences perspective of the band, so he jumped off stage, and came and sat next to Jodie, admiring Ashley as he did. He got Ashley to count in the song, because he forgot the name of it, getting a good laugh from the crowd. He also performed (In no particular order); Time After Time, Tenderly, Fly Me To The Moon, All Of Me, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, before closing with It Had To Be You.

Craig Berry came back onstage to finish It Had To Be You alongside Carl, before pointing out that Carl had some fans in the front row (Meaning Jodie and Amanda), so Carl came right to the edge of the stage, and motioned for us to get up, so that he could give us a cuddle before he went offstage.

Craig and Ashley performed some more - with Ash doing an absolute cracker version of Sway. Carl joined Ash and Craig on stage for a rendition of Minnie The Mermaid, before closing the show with Caravan, with an awesome drum solo courtesy of Aaron West.

After the show, as people were leaving, two old ladies stopped to ask Amanda and Jodie if they normally get up to kiss the entertainers. We assured them, that no, we only get up to kiss Carl ha ha.

Everybody left and there was a small crowd of people waiting to say hi to Carl/Craig. Once the crowd had disappeared, Carl came over to say hi. Hugs and kisses were dished out, as were stories about Batman, the town of Tugun, and Michael Buble impersonations.

Ashley came to join Carl, and they both had a good look through the photobooks that Jodie and Amanda coincidentally made for each other for their respective birthdays. Ash also told us how he only found out this morning that we were coming along, when Carl told him on the way to the venue that "The girls" would be there.

Carl told us how he auditioned for a job at Movieworld dressing up as one of the characters, assuring us he needed no padding to fill out the costume (Ash believed he may have needed a pair of socks, but thats a different story.)

Craig Berry came out to say hi to us, and take a couple of photos, and had a good laugh at our innuendos about the town Tugun (Which is actually pronounced "Tew-gun" but we were pronouncing "Tuggin")

Photos were taken, and goodbyes were said as Carl had to get a flight home this afternoon.

So we stopped for some McNuggets, and now, we're here...writing this.

Photos will be in the gallery soon :)

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Post by Angeo on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 2:09 am

Wow, was it Shaggy or Scooby I wonder?

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Post by Angeo on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 2:33 am

I just wondered if Ashley performed No Body to Find with that large bag? affraid

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Post by Guest on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 7:46 am

Hahaha - it was Batman apparently Angeo.

And nope - just Bad Habits, but I suppose, a body in a bag would probably consitute a bad habit in a weird way haha

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Post by Guest on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 7:08 pm

Oh, and he sang a song called Mood Indigo as well haha :)

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Post by Angeo on Thu 22 Jul 2010, 2:46 am

Is Mood Indigo an original? They don't do No Body anymore...I liked it.

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Post by Guest on Thu 22 Jul 2010, 8:42 am

Nah, Craig Berry said that it was a really old standard before Ash sang it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyNKNawrJKA

Thats the song, Ashley did a slightly different arrangement of it :)

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Post by amanda-renee on Fri 06 Aug 2010, 9:52 am

found another out in whoop whoop festival that Carl will be apearing at via he's myspace music page

http://www.myspace.com/carlriseleymusic

apparently it's in barham n.s.w which the only town within miles of it that i know is deneliquin.

hope someone can get there for it being that it's so far out in the sticks.

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