A former rock and roll star is on his way to the Hepburn Shire in a virtual sense, but its not to perform.
Angry Anderson, who was the front man for Rose Tattoo as well as having a successful solo career, will be talking about his personal experiences with family violence at councils White Ribbon forum on Thursday 19th November.
" As a survivor of domestic violence I applaud Hepburn Shire Council for promoting the awareness of this destructive problem," Mr Anderson said.
"The aim is to educate all to having a zero tolerance to any form of domestic violence against women and children."
The free event will stream on Hepburn Shires Facebook page www.facebook.com/hepburncouncil from 7.30pm.
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