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Barnes, Braithwaite & Conway Ready to Rock Rutherglen

Artists performing at the Sounds Better Together concert are perhaps more excited than their fans about the return to the stage in front of a live audience at All Saints Estate Rutherglen.

One of the artists performing at the concert on Monday 25 January is one of the staples of the Australian music scene since the 80’s, Deborah Conway.

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The multi-ARIA winner told Kylie & Kev she’s particularly looking forward to getting back on stage after an unusual year for performers during the pandemic.

“When we started out there was a lot of online activity. Everyone was pretty excited about being in their music room and using the Zoom platform or Facetime or whatever to get out to audiences,” Deborah said.

“But I think a lot of people got jacked off with it – technology was never quite as good as it promised to be – but in some ways as my exterior life has shrivelled, so my interior life has expanded, so that’s been quite good.”

While the seasoned performer is clearly no stranger about performing on stage, she concedes this time it will be very different.

“I’m not exactly sure how it’s going to be. There’s been so much pre-planning gone into it (to be COVID safe). You’re not even allowed to drop into the other artists’ dressing rooms,” Deborah explained.

“I expect it will be quite orderly and efficient and the event will be gratefully accepted by musicians and punters alike.”

Tickets and details are available at soundsbettertogether.com

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