Tertiary Links

Julia Donaldson's picture
Julia Donaldson Joined: 24th November 2010
Last seen: 8th December 2010

Related content

The Punters Club Reunion
3,069 views 0 comments
Sunny Tones
2,502 views 0 comments
Pets With Pets Encore Performance
3,010 views 0 comments
Guitar Wolf To Slay The Tote
2,243 views 0 comments
Black Lips Announce Second Sideshow
1,478 views 0 comments
Kirin J Callinan Melbourne Show
1,926 views 1 comments
Poison City Weekender 2012 Announced
1,756 views 0 comments
Sugar Army Announce Tour
1,204 views 0 comments
The Laurels Announce Album Tour
972 views 0 comments

Good Works

The Punters Club Reunion – which included sets by Frente!, Hollowmen, Little Ugly Girls, Glory Box, Guttersnipes, Tirany and Spencer Jones And The Last Gasp – raised $23,000. It will be divided between The Dean Turner Trust, The Leukemia Foundation and The Linda Gebar Daughters Trust. (Well played all –Beat)
 
The Tote in Collingwood raised over $1,000 for Oxfam for Pakistani flood victims. Playing were The Currency, Murder Rats, Odiusembowel, Slocombe's Pussy, Thomy And The Tanks, Team Rad and Dispersing Cloud. (Another ‘well played all’ –Beat)
 
Melbourne’s The Yellow Stallions played for 24 hours non-stop at Federation Square to raise $5,621.80 for cancer research. They did 192 songs in the open air, pelted by wind and rain. Singer Luke Shavak said, “I had no idea it was possible to fall asleep while singing, but apparently it is.” Shavak estimates they played to 10,000 passers-by, some of whom donated $50 and $100. The gig was inspired by his close friend Amanda Ghirardello, who at 25, beat breast cancer after 18 months. All proceeds go to the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) for its innovative research into cancer cures. In March, in a quest to make $1 million for the ACRF, Shavak, Ghirardello and nine others are trekking into Mt. Everest base camp before climbing to over 20,000 feet above sea level. It is part of the Remission Possible project, created by Ghirardello. (again, well played all – Beat)
 
For more information head to remissionpossible.com.au