Gladstone bands set to get Live ?n Loud



GLADSTONE bands are being encouraged to join the Live 'n Loud competition at the Entertainment Centre on Friday, May 27.

Former Militia star James Penny, who participated in Live 'n Loud over many years when the band was together, said the atmosphere of Live 'n Loud was sensational.

He said he would go out and do his performance and once you have finished you really just want to get out an do it again.

'We had won on several occasions, however it didn't matter what band you were from the crowd had supported you and cheer for you,' James said. So far only five bands have entered Live 'n Loud. The Entertainment Centre needs 12 bands for the event to go ahead.

Mr Penny said Brisbane band, the Ram Jets, would be the guest appearance for the night. Some of the band members are former Gladstone players.

"Last year we missed out because of various other events at the Entertainment Centre, so this was a chance to get it up and going again,'' he said.

First entry Vixen Haze, are keen to get up there and put on their performance after playing together for only six months.

For more information or to nominate phone Cindy at The Gladstone Entertainment Centre on 4972 2822.



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