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Ripple Effect

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"Students rocked in lead-up"

A boring school yard it was not.
Instead, Concordia College was the site of a rock concert yesterday as students nodded their heads to the music while they ate their lunch.
Caboolture band Ripple Effect performed for the thrilled audience ahead of the Easter long weekend Australian Gospel Music Festival (AGMF).
Guitarist Brad Lyons said playing at schools was a gig the band enjoyed.
"Schools are a captive audience I guess because they have to be here" he laughed, before adding more seriously, "they're more open to the music and the message because its different for us to be here, whereas if we were at a pub, the crowd would almost expect us to be there."
Behind the pumping beat and grunged-out rock look were profound messages the band hoped would be heard by its young audience.
'Musically, our influences are varied from punk rock to hard core. Lyrically, we're pro life in that we try to send a positive message" Mr Lyons said.
The subject matter they tackle however is a shade darker. "We try to provide an alternative view of some issues", lead singer Taneka Stevens said.
Some of those issues include abortion and depression, which the lead singer says can lead to feelings of hopelessness in young people.
Ripple Effect likes to challange such sentiments.
The band will spend the rest of the week performing at The Glennie School, Centenary Heights State School and Downlands College before playing at the Boogie Shack on Friday and at AGMF next week. - Rebecca Vonhoff, The Chornicle, Toowoomba Qld Australia

"Ripple Effect are out to make musical waves"

The Ripple Effect are hoping to create some musical waves at the Queensland Rock Awards.
Cabooltures Brad Lyons, guitarist and backing vocals, will be in the line-up at Gilhooleys, Chermside, on October 30.
He will be joined by lead singer Taneka, 23, bass guitarist Adam, 22, and Jamie, 19, drums and backing vocals - all members of the Stevens family.
Before Ripple Effect perform many will gather this weekend for heat two of the awards.
- Northern Times, Qld Australia

"Rock on at Bribie with eight bands"

Eight bands, including three local bands from Bribie Island, will rock out on Saturday October 27 at the Outloud Open Air Concert at the Bribie Island Rugby League grounds.
Local bands My Supremacy, Ripple Effect and One Shot to Kill will join Brisbane bands The Ghost In You, Noxious, Nine Iron, Hallows End and From Hearts to Heros in a concert to raise money for Bribie Island youth.
Ripple Effect has been in the Australian Music Industry since 2003.
A powerful mix of strong female vocals and heavy rock gives Ripple Effect a unique sound and style that you wont find anywhere else.
It gaurantees to be a great night so take your friends and enjoy the fabulous talent on show. - Bribie Weekly, Qld Australia

"Saturday night's all-ages concert a hit with young music enthusiasts as the Lismore City Hall comes alive"

More than 800 North Coast youngsters gathered in Lismore on Saturday night for a boogie to local music talents.
The Upsurge concert, tagged as a positive youth event run by youth, was aimed at various issues in the juvenile community such as sucide and abuse.
The concert, sponsored in part by The Northern Star, was held at Lismore City Hall.
The night included musical performances from The Veld, Ripple Effect, Brittle, DJ Psyfex and The Very Unique Existance.
Event coordinator Joel Spoor said the show could not have gone better.
"It was brilliant, brilliant concert" Mr Spoor said.
"The crowd was so excited. Everyone was pretty much screaming from beginning to end." - The Northern Star, Lismore, NSW Australia


1. Open Your Eyes (Release January 2005) Radio Airplay includes: Qld Community Radio, 96.5 Family Radio, Rhema Hervey Bay;
2. Youthenasia (Release January 2005) Radio Airplay includes: Qld Community Radio, 96.5 Family Radio, Rhema Hervey Bay;
3. All of Heaven Sees (Released April 2008)
Radio Airplay includes: Qld Community Radio, 96.5 Family Radio.



RIPPLE EFFECT, based in caboolture, have gathered momentum in brisbane like their name suggests/ with their debut gig in january 2004 they started a journey that has seen them play as far north as rockhampton, as far south as lismore, and all throughout brisbane/ RIPPLE EFFECT captured attention from all number of people, including local indie label AISLE 6 who, in august 2004, took on RIPPLE EFFECT and created their debut single, [open your eyes]/ the single was recorded and produced by the award winning SCOTT MULLANE, and released in january 2005//
2006 and 2007 saw RIPPLE EFFECT open for international artists (Day of Fire, Patrick Davis) and major national artists (Elephant Mojo, Butterfly Effect) as well as tour throughout major centers of QLD and NSW/ RIPPLE EFFECT has played major music festivals and blown crowds away up and down the east coast of australia/
RIPPLE EFFECT has released a new single, [all of heaven sees], in april 2008 leading up to an EP release scheduled for late 2008/ [all of heaven sees] was recorded and produced by the award winning SCOTT MULLANE at AISLE 6 RECORDS//
RIPPLE EFFECT brings to the stage a show that has captured the attention of every crowd they have played to/ energetic, un-real, non-stop, powerful, emotional and off the chain are just a few terms fans have used to describe their RIPPLE EFFECT experience/ see for yourself/ gig dates are always on the gig page at []/ the only thing left now is to listen to the single and go spread the ripple//