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Southern River Band to rock Karratha at the North West brewing Co.

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Southern River Band closed out Saturday night of the Nannup Music Festival at the amphitheatre stage.
Camera IconSouthern River Band closed out Saturday night of the Nannup Music Festival at the amphitheatre stage. Credit: Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

When it comes to The Southern River Band, the road goes on forever and the party never ends and the band will be bringing that mantra to Karratha next month.

The band from Thornlie, known for their hit songs Chimney, Chasing After Love and Second Best, will return to Karratha for a night of thrills at the North West Brewing Co on August 18.

The hard rockers were described in a review by The West Australian as “making a name for themselves as the cure and cause of Saturday night fever”.

Southern River Band frontman Cal Kramer. The band will play shows in Dongara and Geraldton on August this weekend.
Picture: Emanuel Rudnicki
Camera IconSouthern River Band frontman Cal Kramer. The band will play shows in Dongara and Geraldton on August this weekend. Credit: Supplied

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Having previously brought their rock ‘n’ roll party to the Pilbara in 2019 at the State of the Arts Festival in Port Hedland, the SRB returned in 2021 with a gig in the middle of the red dirt of the Nickol Bay Speedway.

The band’s love affair with the Pilbara’s red dirt and pub rock scene will continue on August 18 at the North West Brewing Co. with the concert supported by Jake Reid.

The New Zealand export Reid is well known to Karratha having performed in the Pilbara town in March.

Tickets for the 18+ event are available from Oztix now and cost $52.05.

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