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Beagle Gig Guide Nov 9th to 11th

Your Beagle weekend gig guide covering What's On in the Eurobodalla this weekend - enjoy Nov 9th - Alibi Duo @ Batemans Bay Soldiers Club Nov 9th - CHAD @ the Steampacket Hotel Nelligen Nov 9th – Solo West @ Club Catalina Nov 9th - Simmo @ Tomakin Sports and Social Nov 9th - Jaquii Leigh at One Tree Inn Tuross Head Nov 9th - Jim and Cam at Club Narooma Nov 9th - Club Muso at Club Narooma - Fretz and Reedz, (with Gail Jones) will be at Club Muzo along with some other great acts. ‘The Jordan Willis Band’ with Tim Burke, ‘Sacred Cow’, ‘The Alikats’, Bray and Joel Constable, Dick Ezendam and Sue Veness. This will be a big night and very special with Jordan singing. Club Narooma, 7pm. All welcome

Nov 10th - Alibi Duo @ Batemans Bay Soldiers Club Nov 10th – Brave @ Club Catalina Nov 10th - Jamie Parkinson @ Club Tuross Nov 10th - Ray Prately Duo @ Tomakin Sports and Social Nov 10th - Mark Wilkinson at the Nelligen Mechanics Hall Nov 10th - The Novellas at Cobargo Hall 6pm Nov 11th - Greg Shanhan at Bodalla Dairy Shed Nov 11th - Beach Party @ Quarterdeck, Narooma Nov 11th - Rockin Russ @ Smokey Dan's Restaurant and Bar Nov 11th - Dave Newman at Tilba Winery and Ale House Nov 11th - McGrath at Club Narooma Nov 11th - Eurobodalla Live Music (ELM) presents its monthly concert at Moruya Golf Club Nov 11th - The Three Seas at The Murrah Hall 3pm Nov 11th - live at Surfbeach Cafe Narooma from 12 noon Nov 11th - Montague Choristers with conductor Philip Hartstein perform a selection of exquisite, contemplative music for Remembrance Day. The program features works by Thomas Tallis, Thomas Tomkins and Edward Elgar as well as Dido's heartbreaking Lament by Henry Purcell, sung by the Monties' own soprano-extraordinaire, Meg Gordon.

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