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Soulsides Turns 20 / 35 Years of Drastic on Plastic
7:00 PM, Saturday 31 March 2018
Venue: The Sewing Room
TWO OF RTRFM’S
MOST BELOVED SHOWS CELEBRATE HUGE MILESTONES. With a two
stage party at The Sewing Room, Saturday March 31st.
Join RTRFM as we celebrate two of our longest running shows
with a two stage party at Perth’s newest late night haunt, The Sewing Room, Saturday March 31st.
In the front room catch all your favourites from the Soulsides crew, as they celebrate 20
years of soul, rhythm and blues and all that lies between with a hip shaking
romp late into the night and early into the morning.
Catch the DJ stylings of all you current and past favourites,
Mama Cass & Kristie Butler, Tom
& Spud Murphy, Microgrove & Claude Mono, John Safari, General Justice and
Foxman & Big Ear Chad.
Plus, the live sounds of JB’s
JBs, the project of local band leader John Brown taking on the music of
legendary band The J.B’s, James Brown’s backing band. Expect a night of rarities, oddities and classic soul tunes
as we create our very own soultrain in the basement of The Sewing Room.
Out the back the ladies of Drastic on Plastic celebrate 35 years of women in music on your
radio. Founded in 1983 as part of 6UVS by current presenters Lorraine Clifford and Jane Armstrong, Drastic on Plastic gave
women in music a voice in a male dominated world. Two hours of only female
musicians and performers presented by women at a time when being a woman in
music was not only rare but controversial. 35 years and although the world has
changed somewhat, Drastic on Plastic is as necessary as ever before.
Join the team from Drastic
on Plastic as they celebrate everything that is amazing about women in
music and the radio show that has been bringing them to you for 35 years on
RTRFM. Party down with Lorraine
& Jane, Marnie Richardson, Maxi May, Sarah Norton, Kristie Butler, Saschy
Singh, Jemima Dove.
Join us for the ultimate celebration of two of RTRFM’s
longest running radio shows. Get down for a dance, a boogie and one hell of a