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Adalita Still At It

Monday 4th November / presented by Peter Barr

Adalita Srsen has been a working musician for a long time; it’s been 13 years since she refused to wash her jeans with her band Magic Dirt – a band that started in 1991.

During the bands run she barely took a break either – there’s been too many tunes to write, heaps of stages to dominate and crowds to command.

Armed with a new solo album, Geelong’s finest is heading our way to speak at this weeks WAM Music Conference, and talked to Peter for Breaksfast.

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