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OUT of ABINGDON in Moruya Nov 30th

SHASA fundraiser “Out of Abingdon” concert on Saturday 30 November with funds raised to help install a solar system on the Moruya Women's Refuge

SHASA is currently raising money to install a 6.3 kW solar system on the Moruya Women's

Refuge to help them cut their large electricity bills by up to 50%. So far the generous

Eurobodalla community bought raffle tickets which raised $2,800.

SHASA President Kathryn Maxwell said “SHASA is now running a fundraising concern with

the exciting Brisbane band Out of Abingdon on Saturday 30 November, 7pm – 10pm at the

Mechanics Institute, Page St Moruya. The Mechanics Institute is located next to the Moruya

RSL Hall. Tickets are only $20.00. Its BYO but munchies will be provided.”

This duo, a potent mixture of Warwick Hargreaves’s mesmerising, intricate guitar work and

Tina Fullerton’s groove laden double-bass and silky vocals, will enchant you as it has

audiences worldwide.

OUT of ABINGDON have played well over 800 gigs together over the last 8 years and have

independently recorded & released four albums.

A bit more about the band...

OUT of ABINGDON have built a unique sound filtered from influences including Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kenny Burrell, Bjork and Nina Simone, their understated elegance draws the listener in ….

Tina’s ethereal vocals and grooving double bass accompanied by Warwick’s fearless expressive guitar sounds and husky voice creates a sensual, soulful atmosphere and stage presence that's smoking hot! From their home base in Brisbane, Australia, OUT of ABINGDON have in 2016 successfully completed their 3rd European and UK tour playing venues throughout Scotland, England, Belgium, Paris and Berlin.

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