Katya Storik, Neil McLaughlin and Ross Welch are dedicating their weekly jam session to a fundraiser for the Asian tsunami.
Katya Storik, Neil McLaughlin and Ross Welch are dedicating their weekly jam session to a fundraiser for the Asian tsunami.

Musos cooking up a tsunami jam



A GROUP of Murwillumbah musicians and performing artists will turn their regular Friday afternoon jam session outside Cafe Chi into a tsunami relief fundraiser next Friday.

Singer Katya Skorik said musicians and performing artists were most welcome to join in the session between noon and 3pm in Palm Court, Murwillumbah.

"Our Friday sessions are a community-spirited gathering and we'd like to extend that to alleviate other people's suffering," Ms Skorik said.

Percussionist Ross Welch said all money raised would be taken to the Post Office for the CARE Australia tsunami appeal.

Guitarist Neil McLaughlin said the fundraiser event would involve an informal acoustic jam session and performing artists and anyone was encouraged to join in.



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