Hardworkin’ rockers back in town

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SELF-DESCRIBED as “Australia’s hardest working live rock band,” Beats Workin’ will appear for one night only at the Harmonie German Club tomorrow.

Beats Workin' in action
Beats Workin’ in action

Beats Workin’ are comprised of Geoff Cartwright, Lynda-Rae Harris, David Peach,  Neil Marr and Geoff Marr and Marcy Gray.

This time last year more than 600 Canberrans saw them shine at the Boot and Flogger Revival at The Durham Castle Arms in Green Square this time last year and, since the band only rarely plays away from Sydney, the modest musos suggest you “do yourself a favour” and get along.

Beats Workin’, at the Harmonie German Club, Narrabundah, 8-10.30pm tomorrow, Friday November 6. Doors open from 7pm.

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