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Raksha winnersThe grand final ofGozzy Rock was held at the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre last Saturday, August 23, for the first time at that particular venue.

From 27 entrants all up in the competition, Huntingdale indie pop band Raksha, took out first place and received $3,500 in prize money, $1,600 worth of recording time in the City of Gosnells sound studio and an X-Press Magazine promotional pack worth $750. The members of Raksha are all aged between 14-17 years.

Maddington soloist Agamous Betty was the runner up, walking away with $1,500 and a $1,200 recording package.

One of Gozzy Rock’s youngest musicians, 14 year-old soloist Naomi Hart, was presented with the Encouragement Award, receiving a $500 cash prize and $800 recording time.

Gozzy Rock 2014 was proudly presented by the City of Gosnells and sponsored by X-Press Magazine. The event was supported by CCA productions and GOZYAC (Gosnells Youth Advisory Council). Congrats to all the winners.

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