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WAM Keynoting

Thursday 7th November / posted by Chris Wheeldon

The WAM Music Conference kicked off today with the opening keynote speech coming from Magic Dirts Adalita and Catherine Haridy of Catherine Haridy Management, home of Eskimo Joe, Bob Evans, Jebediah and The Chemist.

RTRFM headed to the opening day to record the key note from these two giants of the Australian music scene.

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