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Nhill’s rockin’ role

THE CAPTAIN: Thomas Cook performs with Nhill band Afro-Dizzy-Yak at Nhill Memorial Community Centre on Friday night. Horsham band Lipstick Mafia also supported international act Stonefield at the all-ages concert. Picture: LUKE HOBBS

By PETER MILLER
More than 200 young fans were treated to a big night of rock music when top Australian band Stonefield shook the foundations of the town’s community centre on the weekend.
Stonefield played a powerful set that went down a treat but fellow all-girl band, the Horsham-based Lipstick Maffia pounded out a quality set that almost went unnoticed but for the hardcore fans.
The ‘iPod’ generation’s appreciation for a talented live rock band in their home town seemed to bounce off their Twitter glitter.
Nhill’s own rock trio Affro Dizzy Yak gained more attention and ripped out a great set.
But Stonefield held court and showed why it will grow into an OzRock giant. The band of sisters are from a Victorian town so small it would fit into Nhill’s main street, yet they are laden with talent and tenacity.

  • Get the full story in the June 28, 2012 edition of The Weekly Advertiser.

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Posted on Jun 27 2012

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