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Bears With Guns pump up the sound

HOW MUCH CAN A MUSO BEAR?: Some of the performers gather for pic before their post-show jam at the Great Northern Hotel. Photo Lachlan Thompson
HOW MUCH CAN A MUSO BEAR?: Some of the performers gather for pic before their post-show jam at the Great Northern Hotel. Photo Lachlan Thompson

THE Great Northern Hotel in South Grafton was pumping on Thursday night.

Melodic rockabilly band Bears With Guns headlined the show, surprising the audience with a set that was a little heavier than expected.

The boys made the trip all the way from Parkes in central NSW and were keen to promote their recently launched EP and Single Taken For A Fool.

They were supported by local acts Clocks and Dice and Glenn A Dunkling.

Clocks and Dice maintained their reputation as solid live performers with a varied set that ranged from reggae to freeform jazz.



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