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TERRY’s upcoming gigs got us Very Merry, So the Weekend Better Hurry!

Thursday 22nd March / presented by Nelson Clegg

Melbourne 4-piece band, Terry, consists of four pre-well known artists, including:

  • EAmy Hill (from Constant Mongrel),
  • Xanthe White (The Mike Harvey Band & Primo),
  • Zephyr Pavey (Eastlink, Total Control & Russell St Bombings)
  • and Al Montfort (UV Race, Dick Diver & Total Control)

The band makes dole-wave pop tunes, with a post-punk twist; while simultaneously taking on pre-established social and political constructs.

Ahead of the up and coming gigs they have over the weekend, band-member Al Montfort spoke to us via phone-call during our Out To Lunch show to talk all things Terry….

Play Interview with Terry member Al Montfort 22nd March 2018

Terry will be performing Saturday night at the Fremantle Arts Centre down in Fremantle; and on Sunday will be performing in Maylands.

 

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