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Bond University's Music Series back for another round of Sunday afternoon music and entertainment

Bond University’s, ‘Live at Bond’, music series is back for another round with an incredible array of talent set to perform at the ADCO Amphitheatre on Sunday, August 28.

Local favourites The Lamplights will be serving up a perfect afternoon blend of funk, folk, blues and jazz with a whole lot of heart, for what will be a massive treat for live-music lovers.
The Lamplights comprise some of the hottest musicians on the Gold Coast with lead vocalist Ryan Gittoes, considered one of Queensland's great front men and emerging male vocalists.

Well known guitarist and current Australian Fingerstyle Guitar Champion Jason McGregor, and sublime slide guitarist Ashley Perrow provide the foundation for the band's sound. Add to this the percussive groove of Mike Easterman and Mattie Barker on bass and you've got The Lamplights' irresistible and distinctive folk, funk, jazz/blues signature sound.

They are renowned as one of the best live acts on the Gold Coast and Bond’s music series will provide the community a fantastic opportunity to watch them in one of the most unique venues around.

‘Live at Bond’, is an ongoing event, held once a month as part of the university’s commitment to the arts, culture and greater community. The music series began on Sunday, July 31 and will continue right up until Sunday, November 27.

It takes place on the last Sunday of the month at 3pm and continues until the early evening, providing the perfect way to end your weekend and start your week.

Wine, beer, champagne, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks will be available for purchase at each event, for those who enjoy a quiet beverage and some food with their music.

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