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Students showcase rockin’ talents

School’s out for Nanaimo’s latest up and coming rockers.

Headliners School of Performing Arts’ Rock School showcase finale takes place Tuesday (March 27), featuring The Jays, TBA (Todd’s Bad Apples), Nuclear Family and The Ears.

These rockers, ages 11-15 years old, have been rehearsing for the last 12 weeks, gearing up for the show under the instruction of Todd Sacerty  from Big River  and Scott Brown of Trooper.

The show takes place at 165 Fraser St. at 7 p.m.

The school is also holding registration for the next induction of rock stars April 30.

For more information, please call 250-753-2323, e-mail headliners@live.ca or go to www.headliners.ca.

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