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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Barbara and the Camp Dogs Turns Pub Theatre into an Impassioned Call to Listen to Indigenous Australians
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'Barbara and the Camp Dogs begins the way most pub gigs do — with a sound check. The audio engineer skips onto the raised stage, tests a microphone, and then hurries back to his desk. The three members of the band stand around, casually surveying the room. Behind them a blackboard announces their name, the menu ($5 sliders), the drinks (50% off house wines and selected beer) and the happy hour (4-7pm).' (Introduction)

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