The KingStones will Be Heard

12 September 2018

The best way to celebrate Disability Action Week (9-15 September) was to surprise a special group with a once in a lifetime experience.

The KingStones, a newly formed band from Kingston Learning and Lifestyle hub, rehearsed for months before taking the stage at the annual Battle of the Bands concert on the Sunshine Coast in August – and were a hit!

As true rock stars, The KingStones were sent off in style with their biggest fans cheering them on as they got into their limo and headed to a local studio to record their songs.

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