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Evandale Verandah Music Festival a “big success” | The Examiner

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Live music festivals have returned to Northern Tasmania – in the form of the Verandah Music Festival at Evandale. Running Saturday and Sunday, the event attracted hundreds to the town to verandahs and stages scattered across Evandale to enjoy local artists performing everything from folk to funk, cello to harp and instruments sculpted from leather. The Chordwainers were first up on Sunday, taking to the stage performing pieces with instruments sculpted from leather. In other news: Band member Karlin Love said the instruments they used gave a unique sound. “These were all made by Tasmanian sculptor Garry Greenwood,” Ms Love said. “He passed away 15 years…



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