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LUCID 3 – ALBUM RELAUNCH
Both of Lucid 3’s albums - ‘All Moments Leading To This’ (2004) and ‘Running Down The Keys’ (2002) - will be re-eleased in NZ by EMI Music on Monday 24th October. Visit the audio/video section of the band’s website to catch the latest video “West” - a homage to Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns, directed by the award-winning Richard Bell.
http://www.lucid3.com

REB FOUNTAIN SUPPORTS BEN LEE
Reb Fountain supports Australian singer-songwriter Ben Lee in Auckland on Thurs 6th October. Ben’s latest single ‘Catch My Disease’ from his new album ‘Awake Is The New Sleep’ is circling our airwaves right now. This is his first trip to NZ, and will also be playing at Wellington’s Indigo Bar on Friday 7th October with Flip Grater in support.
Tickets from Real Groovy Records & Ticketek http://www.ticketek.co.nz
http://www.ben-lee.com
http://www.rebfountain.com

REB FOUNTAIN INVITED TO ROCKRGRL MUSIC CONFERENCE ‘05, SEATTLE
Reb is off to Seattle for the Rockrgrl Music Conference 2005, November 10-12, where she’ll also be playing a showcase. Reb is a one-time resident of this famous musical epicentre, and is looking forward to the opportunity to play there once again.

The conference is the only one in the US specifically for women. Its goal is to promote, encourage and celebrate women’s achievements in the music industry. The last ROCKRGRL Music Conference featured artists such as Courtney Love and The Gossip to Indigo Girl Amy Ray and Wanda Jackson. This year will feature the Woman of Valor award banquet honoring special guest, punk legend Patti Smith.

Confirmed panelists already include: songwriter Sue Ennis, Concrete Blonde’s Johnette Napolitano, Jennifer Finch (L7, the Shocker), KIIS-FM (Los Angeles) Music Director Julie Pilat, Derek Sivers of CD Baby, Indiegrrl founder Holly Figueroa, Daisy Rock Girl Guitars founder Tish Ciravolo and many more.

For more info visit: http://www.rockrgrl.com/conference/

LISTEN TO THE RADIO LIVE MUSIC SHOW “THE JAM” EVERY SATURDAY FROM 3-6pm. HTTP://WWW.RADIOLIVE.CO.NZ

ENDS

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