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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : March 4th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, March 5, 2009 9 NEWS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Funky moves mark Panjo's new release SHIREEN KHALIL Panjo 5 member Talia Di Guilio, of Homebush Bay. See the video of Panjo 5's new single on our website www.innerwestweekly.com.au PANJO 5 have got the moves, the looks and the voice, and their new single Stay Closer is tipped to rock the charts. The five-piece band have been compared to Jessica Mauboy and Natalie Bassingthwaighte. Our very own So You Think You Can Dance contestant, B.J. Rorke, of Lidcombe, is the man behind their funky dance moves in the new single video clip. ''Two others and myself from A-Live Entertainment worked closely with Panjo and they are all great performers, with great voices and I think and they will definitely be successful,'' Rorke said. Panjo 5 is made up of four girls and one boy, the youngest being 15. They will take the stage at Westfield Burwood on Sunday at 11am and 12.30pm. Band member and Homebush Bay resident, Talia Di Guilio, 18, gave the Inner-West Weekly inside goss on what people can expect from the song. ''The song is very flirtatious and edgy with funky dance moves and it's about being in a club on a dance floor and a boy and a girl locking eyes for the first time,'' Di Guilio said. Di Guilio, who has been singing for four years and dancing since she was three, said having the opportunity to co-write the song was amazing. ''We got to write the song which was cool because it showcases our talent,'' she said. Some may find their fashion sense a bit out there. ''We each have a different fashion sense. I love wearing hats and I'm the vest girl, I love high boots and as a group we cross between cutting edge and funky pop-looking,'' Di Guilio said. ''We all get along so well and I love the group, they are quirky and different and I hope that's what makes us stand out.'' The band got together over a year ago and released their first single Move in 2008 which hit the top 50 in the ARIA charts. The second series of their tele- vision show Airtime is due to hit screens soon. Breakfast just the ticket for women CANADA Bay Council will host an annual International Women's Day Breakfast at Concord Golf Club on Tuesday, March 10. This year's theme is Creativity and Innovation: How Women Change the World. The speakers are indigenous artist and advocate Bronwyn Bancroft and software designer and chief of project management firm CRU, Diane Dromgold. There will be gifts for each attendee and prizes. The breakfast starts at 7.15am and tickets cost $30 per head or $250 for a table of 10, with con- cession discounts. Phone the coun- cil's economic development team on 9911 6524 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org Wrestling fans in for psykotic treat FIVE Dock wrestler Psykotic Maniac will wrestle his mentor, 73-year-old World Championship legend Mario Milano, at Concord RSL on Sunday, March 8. At the event, a tournament between Sydney and Canberra teams will take place. ''It's an event in the making being the first time at Concord RSL. My team (Team Sydney) is ready and will make sure all the wrestling fans get their money's worth,'' Psykotic said. ''The best part for Team Canberra is that Concord Hospital is just a short trip around the corner.'' The bouts kick off at 2pm. For tickets phone 9743 1308.
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