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21 June 2020
Ian Coulls AUS
Sunday, February 02, 2020

Starts 7:30 pm

Ian Coulls is a very strange person who distinguishes himself from many other musicians and songwriters by not wearing caps backwards and by not making 'significant gestures' with his hands or fingers. He is sickeningly modest, although under torture he may admit to playing music in London, Paris, Bordeaux, the United States and New Zealand as well as three tours of the eastern states of Australia.

 He has released 4 CDs of original music, Something Else, Something Else Again. Something Else III and Nothing Else. He has also released Serge Kerval with Something Else, a collaboration album of French music with deceased international singer/musician Serge Kerval. In the coming year, he will release another CD, Something Different.

He has published three chapbooks of poetry, Danse macabre, Words, and On the Road to Somewhere Else and two books of short stories, The Complete and Utter Truth about the World and Everything in it and Where the Hell is Heaven? All books were published by Ginninderra Press. Late this year, there is another book of short
stories, Bookends, and a book of poetry, Leaves of Life: Words, Words, Words to come in the new year.



$15 public
$10 members

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