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A-Grade Alex Lahey

Wednesday 16th November / presented by Meri Fatin

The decision to sell her old Corolla looks like it's paid off for Alex Lahey.

The Melbourne musician used the money she made from ditching her first car to help make her first EP B-Grade University.

Since its release she's been touring the country non-stop and while in Perth recently she dropped by Drastic on Plastic with Meri Fatin.

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