Kate ceberano & her septet - i'm beginning to see the light - AFL Grand Final 2015: Kate Ceberano forgets national.


This was the climate into which The Black Sorrows, Noiseworks and Kate Ceberano lobbed in 1990, as part of a promotional push by the Australian music industry to charm the Europeans. The Black Sorrows, a richly textured Melbourne band which had evolved from driving hit entity Jo Jo Zep & the Falcons, had a certain edge, though. Not just with the tinges of zydeco and cajun music and the sax-driven manic soulfulness of a musical sponge by the name of Joe Camilleri, but also a pair of exotic Tongan sisters in their early 20s, opening their eyes to the big wide world.

After fluffing her lines at the AFL Grand Final, Kate Ceberano takes another shot at the Caloundra music festival but again comes up with a mistake.

Let’s get this tram a rollin’! The G:link Stage 2 just opened! Celebrate the G:link coming to Helensvale with a huge festival of family fun on January 13th called ‘Interchange Festival’. Ride the G: to Helensvale and join in on a huge celebration with a brass-off with New Orlean style brass bands, parades, a trackless train running throughout the market, buskers, family fun, market stalls and street food. The old world will meet the new at the Interchange Festival, with nods to the heritage of railway culture, while celebrating the connection of the cutting-edge light rail system to the Northern Gold Coast.


Kate Ceberano & Her Septet - I'm Beginning To See The LightKate Ceberano & Her Septet - I'm Beginning To See The LightKate Ceberano & Her Septet - I'm Beginning To See The LightKate Ceberano & Her Septet - I'm Beginning To See The Light

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