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Fathers and Sons concert in Euroa

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A unique musical event is being planned for Father’s Day weekend next month, which will bring fathers and sons together to share their musical talents.

The concert, to be held at the Flour Mill on Saturday 5 September (the day before Father’s Day), is already generating interest, and several local dads are dusting off their instruments and rehearsing a song or two with their sons. Others will be travelling to Euroa to perform with family members.

The evening will be a celebration of father-and-son relationships in which the different generations can find common musical ground (somewhere between the Beatles and Green Day!) and perform together.

An invitation is extended to any fathers and sons who would like to do an item. There is no age limit and participants of all musical styles are welcome. Amplifiers and mics will be supplied, all you will need to bring is your instrument. Please contact Gary Chowanetz 0429 951 902 if you would like to perform.

Entry to the concert will be free and everyone is welcome to come along. A great evening’s entertainment is assured, not to mention a few surprises, perhaps!

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Written by Greg Naylor

16 August 2009 at 6:14 pm

Posted in PERSONAL

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  1. […] Syndicated from King Valley Online August 16th, 2009 | Category: Contributors […]

  2. What a wanderful plan. I wish to join this concert.

    KL Ghalley

    22 June 2010 at 12:52 am


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