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Fat Sparrow Fly High

Wednesday 17th May / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

After releasing their debut album in 2015 and playing In the Pines the same year, local jazz outfit Fat Sparrow have a new EP.

Luke Minness and Ricki Malet dropped by Breakfast with Caitlin to talk about music, Wangaratta and labradors.

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