GANGgajang On Tour For New Song Circles In The Sand -


GANGgajang On Tour For New Song Circles In The Sand

by Paul Cashmere on April 20, 2016

in Live,New Music,News

GANGgajang will perform a series of shows around Australia moving into Melbourne this month in support of their new song ‘Circles In The Sand’.

‘Circles In The Sand’ was recorded to raise funds for Uncle Jimmy’s Thumbs Up, a concept envisioned by one of Australia’s greatest artists Jimmy Little. “Our programs are aimed specifically at Indigenous youth, informing them of the food choices required for a healthy life. We use a creative environment incorporating music, video & new media to encourage healthy eating habits & active lifestyles”.

GANGgajang dates

Fri 29 April: Chelsea Heights Hotel, Melbourne VIC
Sat 30 April: SS&A Club, Albury NSW
Fri 20 May: Harvey Road Tavern, Gladstone QLD
Sat 21 May: Mix FM Live, Sandstone Point Hotel, Bribie QLD
Fri 27 May: Lonestar Tavern, Gold Coast QLD (With Tyrone Noonan & Kristy Coote)
Sat 28 May: Redland Bay Hotel, Brisbane QLD (With Kristy Coote & Ethan Hill)
Fri 3 June: Norwood Hotel, Adelaide SA
Sat 4 June: The Hahndorf Old Mill, Hahndorf SA
Sun 5 June: Beach House Cafe, Victor Harbor SA

Fri 10 June :Gymea Hotel , Gymea Sydney With Kristy Coote
Sat 11 June: Waves, Wollongong NSW (with Spy v Spy & Urban Guerrillas)

GANGgajang will donate all proceeds from ‘Circles in the Sand’ to Uncle Jimmy Thumbs up!

‘Circles In The Sand’ (release date 7/3/16) features as a bonus track on the totally ‘re-mastered
from source’ GANGgajang debut album (release date 4/4/16), before traveling on to find its
place on a new GANG album due later this year.


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