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Upcoming Happy Gigs - March 2006

Upcoming Happy Gigs - March 2006

Wednesday 15th: Misha Marks, Johnny Marks, Alphabet Head and John White

Thursday 16th: The Jones Deviation and El Presedente

Friday 17th: Spartacus R and The Night Show

Saturday 18th: Jens Lekman (Sweeden) and Laurence Arabia (AK's the Reduction Agents/Ruby Suns)

Sunday 19th: Jahne Köhlewalle Trio (denmark)

Tuesday 21st: Acoustic Pioneers, feat Dre Lamb, Jesse Moss, Michaela Manley.

Wednesday 22nd: Telapathic Kitty, Jeremy Taylor and Connan

Thursday 23rd: Ned Collette (city city city/melbourne) Leila Adu and Black Bart and the Cow Girl

Friday 24th: Luke Buda (phoenix foundation) Ned Collette (city city city/melbourne), and Lawrence Arabia (reduction agents/ak)

Saturday 25th: LD-3, Volcana and Cherry

Sunday 26th: Thebis Mutante and the Liberache Orchestra

Tuesday 27th: Some Snazzy Humans and guests

Thursday 30th: Harriet and the Matches

Friday 31st: Food and The Bridge of Sighs

Saturday 1st: The Chandilers and Boss Christ's Sideburn Showcase

ENDS

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