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SLAM Day is back in 2013 after overwhelming country-wide success in 2012

SLAM (that's Save Live Australia's Music) day is back with a vengence in 2013, and registrations are now open. SLAM day encourages towns and communities to host a gig – big or small – to support live music and local musicians in Australia. Last year 150 small venues held gigs for the cause, and this year is already set to be massive. If you're a muso, just head to the SLAM website to register your show.

While you're here, read our interview with two of its organisers, Helen Marcou and her partner, producer and former Blue Ruin frontman Quincy McLean.

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Around Melbourne, Melbourne 3000

Date Sat 23 Feb 2013

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