Review of the 'Never Ending 80s': This talented cover band brings a life-affirming experience to drought-stricken Regional New South Wales

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In a socially mediated online age in which one has unlimited access to music, bands like the Never Ending 80s take us back to the future reminding us that part of the joy of music is about appreciating it as a live and collective experience. Live performance in this instance especially meant something to local farmers and townspeople who are all suffering from the dire effects of a global warming induced drought.

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