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Mr. Goodnight @ Breakfast with Stephen Smiley – Friday 17 Sep’10

Mr. Goodnight share their original music at Live Music Fest 2010 on Breakfast, with a blend of New Soul, Fusion, Jazz, Funk and Lounge…   followed by a quick chat with Stephen.

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Laura Hill & The Tuesday Bandits @ Breakfast with Peter Godfrey – Thursday 16 Sep’10

Laura Hill & The Tuesday Bandits refresh Live Music Fest 2010 on Breakfast, with a wave of a cool new brand of vintage pop…   followed by a quick chat with Peter.

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E – Type @ Breakfast with Peter Godfrey – Wednesday 15 Sep’10

E-Type jazz up Live Music Fest 2010 on Breakfast, with smooth and soulful compositions …   followed by a quick chat with Peter.

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Baker Suite @ Breakfast with Peter Godfrey – Tuesday 14 Sep’10

The Baker Suite seduce and usher in another day of Live Music Fest 2010 on Breakfast, with elegant ballads, gypsy romantica and a lurching night waltz in the rain..   followed by a quick chat with Peter.

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Sax Pack @ Breakfast with Peter Godfrey – Monday 13 Sep’10

4 blokes armed with saxophones in all shapes and sizes takeover the studios at Radio Adelaide. They are called ‘Sax Pack’ and opened Live Music Fest 2010 on Breakfast, followed by a quick chat with Peter.

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The Fatman of Love tips his hat to Tom Waits

Tom Waits voice was once described as sounding like “it was soaked in a vat of bourbon, left hanging in the smokehouse for a few months, and then taken outside and run over with a car” His songs tell stories of life lived too hard and fast. HARRY VAN VENETIE, aka the Fat man of Love his lived a life close to what Waits sings about, so he’s well placed to ‘tip his hat’ to the man in a tribute show at Higher Ground.

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Handcyclist Make A Pitstop @ Radio Adelaide

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