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Cut Debut Show

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June 8, 2012
8:00 pm
8:00 pm

In a hark back to the good ol’ days of yore when rock ‘n’ roll was sweaty, sordid, fervent and untempered, new 3-piece band Cut will be taking to the stage for their debut show on Friday 8 June at the Gasometer Hotel, along with Sun God Replica, Buried Horses and The Spinning Rooms. Cut is the brand spankin’ new project for Marc Primrose, Ed Fraser and Nick Acciarito – an amalgamation of well-established talent from the existing Melbourne pub music scene.

There’ll be some potent, manly vocal harmonies, some riveting guitar solos and a wee bit of singing and screaming thrown in for good measure. Cut’s debut promises to be a noisy, riotous affair that promotes the virtues of beer-swilling, sticky floors and swinging from the rafters.

Limber-up, my friends.

WHEN: Friday 8 June, 8pm
WHERE: Gasometer Hotel, 484 Smith Street, Collingwood
WEB: facebook.com/cutband


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