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Carolyn Connors

Carolyn ConnorsFrom Australia

The roving characters of Carolyn Connors will delight you as they meander through the Commonwealth Games site making melodic mayhem. Catch the ukulele-playing Annette Ball plucking more than a G-string as she puts a melodious spin on many of her favourite songs. Or Mrs Ida Noe, a talented grandmother who joyously shares her life’s wisdoms while playing a unique style of drum and bass/rock fusion on her accordion.

Date: 22, 24, 25 & 26 March
Location: Birrarung Marr

Date: 23 March
Location: Alexandra Gardens
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15-26 March 2006

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