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Not Drowning Waving

Not Drowning WavingFrom Australia

"The Not Drowning Waving shows (at Womadelaide 2005)... were majestic and the group showed it had lost none of its power while in hiatus." dig, ABC online

From the moment they launched themselves on an unsuspecting pub scene in 1984, Not Drowning Waving defied classification. Proudly, brilliantly, unlike any band this country has produced, the sound they made was as distinctive as it was indefinable, seamlessly merging worldbeat, ambient influences and neo-classical elements with rock and pop. In a not-to-be-missed performance, this seminal group will remind us why they're one of the most revered Australian bands of all time.

For more information visit www.followthegeography.com/ndw_start.html

Date: 25 March
Time: 7:00pm
Location: Alexandra Gardens, Soundshell
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