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Bundy's gig guide

Aussie rock legends Mental as Anything perform at the Avondale Tavern on Saturday night.
Aussie rock legends Mental as Anything perform at the Avondale Tavern on Saturday night. Stephen Booth

Today

 1 - Karaoke 

DETAILS: Agnes Water Tavern from 8pm.

 2 - One for the Road

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St.

 3 - Elephant Rock

DETAILS: Brothers Sports Club.

Tomorrow

 1 - JR

DETAILS: Alloway Country Club.

 2 - Ryan Giles

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St.

 3 - David Barry

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St.

 4 - Elephant Rock

DETAILS: Brothers Sports Club.

 5 - Carl Barron

DETAILS: Moncrieff Theatre.

 6 - Ryan Giles

DETAILS: Solo at the Club Hotel.

 7 - Tusky

DETAILS: Agnes Water Tavern from 8pm.

 8 - Debbie Robertson

DETAILS: Bargara Bowls Club.

 9 - Jessie Lovejoy

DETAILS: South Kolan Hotel from 7.30pm.

Saturday

 1 - Mental as Anything

DETAILS: To be supported by Brass Monkeys at Avondale Homestead Tavern from 6pm.

 2 - David Barry

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St.

 3 - Ryan Giles band

DETAILS: The Club Hotel.

 4 - A2ZED

DETAILS: Brothers Sports Club.

 5 - Transvaal Diamond Syndicate

DETAILS: Agnes Water Tavern from 8pm.

 6 - Ryan Giles

DETAILS: The Globe Hotel from 7.30pm.

 7 - JR

DETAILS: Western Suburbs from 6pm.

Sunday

 1 - Graeme Jensen

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St.

 2 - Pop Standen

DETAILS: From noon at the Avondale Homestead Tavern.

 3 - Boogie Brothers

DETAILS: South Kolan Hotel from noon.

 4 - Ryan Giles

DETAILS: Solo show at the Club Hotel from 10pm.

 5 - Bundaberg Country Music Club

DETAILS: Railway Hotel from 6pm.

 6 - Alex Peden

DETAILS: Brothers Sports Club.

Wednesday

 1 - JR

DETAILS: Western Suburbs from 6pm.

 2 - Just Rock

DETAILS: Avenell Heights Hall, Thabeban.

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