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Brothers Keep on Jangling

Friday 19th June / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

“Everything happens for a reason”…

It’s a preposterous and widely despised turn of phrase, but perhaps there is some truth to it.

Back in April, local legends The Rainyard were forced to cancel their appearance at In the Pines.

But they didn’t leave us hanging, instead a hastily-assembled crew of local musicians took to the stage in the form of The Jangle Brothers.

It was meant to be a one-time thing, but it looks like the magic continued beyond the stage, and now they’re a real band.

The Jangle Band.

Joe Algeri, Dave Wallace and Ian Freeman joined Caitlin on Breakfast for a chat and a live tune.

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