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Autumn Stone Live Wed 29th Sep @ Bodega

Wed, 22 Sep 2004

Autumn Stone Live Wed 29th Sep @ Bodega - Wellington

Come see Autumn Stone live next Wednesday at Bodega. Expect a high contrast show of explosive rock, emotive ballads and huge atmospheric guitar sounds. Autumn Stone will be joined by two other Wellington bands, Tunnel to the Sun and Dangerpin. Both bands have their own distinct sound and style offering something unique. So tell your friends and come out for a good night.

Starts at 10.00pm - Cost is $5 at door - Payload EP available - This is a must see

Online members gain free entry. Visit the following link to become an online member: http://www.mxd.co.nz/autumnstone/index.php?page=join

MP3 Track from EP - "Payload": http://fiasjelk:50469064@www.mxd.co.nz/autumnstone/music/payload/autumn_st one_-_payload.mp3

http://www.autumnstone.co.nz

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