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Dig the launch party for Bioweapon series at Bello Tavern

AS PART of the launch party for the Bioweapon series by the Coffs Coast's newest author JK Bowden, guests will have the chance to see Keogh, Jekks and the Priests of Heka, and Didjital at Diggers Tavern in Bellingen this Saturday from 8pm.

Didjital take the fusion of styles to new levels with their combination of indigenous, electronica and dance.

Proud Aboriginal Australian Shane Nelson leads the band with vocals and didgeridoo and is backed up by classically trained Deb Nelson on keyboards, flute, vocals and percussion.

Meanwhile London's Lane Gray is busy with beats, bass lines, synth and effects, and Paul Hill plies the congas and other percussion, and Suitcase Murphy hits the drums.

The launch party has a $10 entry, but for a smidgen more you can get a copy of the new book in soft or hard cover.



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