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Nadi-based band Ouvacast still pushing through

Nadi-based band Ouvacast still pushing through

By Semi Turaga
Wednesday 03/03/2021
Albert Beddoes, Nikita Beddoes and Harry Levy of the band Ouvacast.

Nadi-based band Ouvacast is determined to keep pushing through despite the dire financial situation being faced by many people in the Western Division because of COVID-19.

The band is made up of siblings – Nikita, Albert and Gavin Beddoes and their friend, Harry Levy.

Nikita, Albert and Gavin are children of legendary singers Bill Beddoes and the late Lia Osborne.

They started doing gigs together because of the current situation and have had to come up with new creative ideas to be able to still earn a living.

They are happy that there are still people that go out in Nadi to grab some drinks from time to time and love to listen to live music.

Ouvacast is in Suva to perform at Traps tomorrow from 6.30pm.



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