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Adam Harvey pulls out of Muster

Adam Harvey
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ADAM Harvey has withdrawn from his scheduled performance at the Optus Gympie Music Muster on Saturday evening due to illness.

He took to his Facebook fan page to voice his disappointment at having to cancel, writing: "I'm devastated. I'm that crook and I can hardly speak let alone sing. I've had to cancel my gig tonight at Gympie. I feel bloody awful for letting the country crowd down.
Bugger! Adam."

Muster organisers have shuffled a few performances and Shane Nicholson will now take to the main stage instead of Adam Harvey at 7.45pm.

Amber Lawrence will move into Shane Nicholson's 3.45pm main stage timslot and the Trailblazers will be on in the Grove at 4pm.

Gympie Times

Topics:  gympie music muster, shane nicholson




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