An Important Gig

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Written by Jacqui James

IF YOU ARE in Brissy tomorrow (Friday, April 5) and wanting to have an awesome night of music, please go to Fusion Of Music supporting a cause very important to my heart.

Fusion of Music brings together an eclectic mix of artists to showcase their talents every month at the Cerebral Palsy League, Windsor.

The Cerebral Palsy League program allows artists to connect with people with disability, their parents, carers and the wider community. Performers can also take advantage of a host of benefits including free photos and publicity through flyers, printed and online media opportunities.

“At the Cerebral Palsy League, we work alongside our clients to provide individualised programs so they can fulfil their passions, participate in their communities and express their creativity,” explained Cerebral Palsy League CEO Angela Tillmanns.

For more details:
Brett Smith on 0434 016 086, or bsmith@cplqld.org.au
Judi Williams on 07 3366 7565, or jwilliams@cplqld.org.au

Jacqui James

I'm an Australian author and music journalist from Melbourne. I've had articles and poetry published in several magazines and newspapers since finishing my Diploma in Professional Writing and Editing in 2001. In 2010 Gigs 'n Interviews was born. I launched it with my first big named interview and that was Vanessa Amorosi and then in 2012 I felt unbelievably privileged to interview Ronan Keating. I'm extremely proud of what Gigs 'n Interviews has become as it's seen as a platform for emerging artists and entertainers to be heard.

Looking forward to writing more children's books, I hope to change the wrong perception of children and adults with disabilities as I was born with Severe Cerebral Palsy (like Christy Brown who wrote My Left Foot). People can view my books at www.jacquijames.net

If you would like to know more about myself, please visit http://www.jacquirogers.com.au/

Thanks for dropping by at Gigs 'n Interviews

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