Soul Chic present ‘The Eva Cassidy Experience’

An artist that could not be pigeon holed into one genre, Miss Cassidy took it upon herself to interpret an array of songs from different genres in the form of Jazz, Blues, Pop, soul, gospel & Folk. Songs that she related to, songs that she believed in and songs that she made her own.
The lead singers of the band Soul Chic Nardia & Georga whilst having many influences have been particularly taken by Eva
Cassidy’s story. They have delicately arranged their favourite Eva Cassidy songs and the show is interwoven with very small snippets of life of Eva Cassidy…Through their delectable unique Jazz & Blues voice blend they have mastered the art of harmonies and have since performed as a harmony duo around Australia & Europe. This pair has been described as both memorizing and highly entertaining to watch. A MUST SEE!

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The Black Sorrows

The Black Sorrows continue to be one of Australia’s most enduring touring bands and a festival favourite!

Membership in The Black Sorrows has always been loose and fluid with Camilleri being the only constant. The current band also consists of; Claude Carranza (guitar/vocals), Mark Gray(bass/vocals), John McAll (keyboards/vocals) and Angus Burchall (drums). Spontaneous (forget set lists) and emotionally driven, Joe ensures that no two performances are ever the same. Camilleri’s mantra is simple ‘we come to playand leave the audience feeling exhilarated’.

Camilleri launched The Black Sorrows, a loose band of like-minded musicians, in 1984 following thedemise of his seminal band Jo Jo Zep and The Falcons the year before. From humble beginnings playing inner-city cafes around Melbourne and selling albums from the boot of a car,Camilleri transformed the band into one of the most sophisticated ensembles in the country. The independently released album DearChildren, represented a turning point once CBS/Sony stepped in with a world-wide deal. When radio picked up the classic track, Mystified, The Black Sorrows really took flight releasing multi-platinum sellers ‘Hold On To Me’, ‘Harley & Rose’ and ‘The Chosen Ones’. The Black Sorrows have won the ARIA for Best Band, played sell-out shows across Europe and sold more than two million albums worldwide.

Writer of milestone Australian songs such as ‘So Young’, ‘Hit And Run’, ‘Shape I’m In’, ‘Hold On To Me’, ‘Harley and Rose’, ‘Chained To The Wheel’, ‘Never Let Me Go’ and the ‘Chosen Ones’, Joe Camilleri’s music has become part of Australian music culture. As a member of Jo Jo Zep and The Falcons, Joe was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2007. Camilleri has shown fans and critics alike that he is a performer with an undeniable energy and love of it all.

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Reverend Funk & The Horns of Salvation present ‘Soul with a Capital S’

‘Soul with a Capital S’ on 29th December will see the band cover the best their 20 year repertoire of…covers! Reverend Funk and band are tight, punchy, energetic and vibing. This band gives soulful definition to the catchphrase made famous The GodFather of Soul himself ‘jump back, I wanna kiss myself’… Well that’s exactly what you’ll wanna do! Come along to dance, listen and shake your booty and enjoy the power and style of Melbourne’s funkiest, tightest, slamminest Soul Funk tribute Band.

***This Show is Strictly 18+***

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DYLANesque – The Bob Dylan Story

Bob Dylan changed music forever when he burst onto the scene in the 60s in Greenwich Village. DYLANesque pays tribute to his extraordinary life, the times and his music, as singer Jeff Jenkins cleverly intersperses stories of key moments from Bob’s life, with a spellbinding performance of more than 30 of Dylan’s finest songs. Together with his electrifying 4-piece band they are stunning audiences with their authentic, powerful homage to one of the 20th Century’s greatest songwriters.

‘Jenkins’ voice is eerily similar to Dylan’s –great – but eerily similar!’- Lindy Burns, Radio Presenter, ABC774

‘I saw Bob Dylan in concert but I prefer the DYLANesque version’ – Phil Kafcaloudes, ABC radio

‘Fantastic…and that’s from someone who knows the words – and intonations – of every single Dylan song!’ – Jill Fraser, TV Producer

***This Show is Strictly 18+***

 

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The Herberts

Cast your mind back to the 1960s, and in the back corner of any tiny English pub, just a few blocks from Carnaby Street and the Beatles at the Cavern Club, were bands of young men sweating it out, playing that famous 60s sound. The played long, they played hard and they really rocked the joint! Now this British invasion has been transported in to the 2000s, and The Herberts have brought with them that unique 60s look and sound. For the grooviest, hippest night out on the social calendar, dust off your stove-pipe pants, mini-skirts and knee length boots, and then tease up that beehive hairdo.

The Herberts will have you dancing all night long to the biggest 60s hits from Them, Spencer Davis Group, Easybeats, The Monkees, Kinks, Roy Orbison, The Rolling Stones, The Searchers, Donovan, The Beatles, The Animals, The Who, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Yardbirds, Manfred Mann, The Troggs, Chuck Berry and many, many more!

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New Years Eve Party feat. The Substitutes presenting ‘The Summer of Love 50th Anniversary’

The ‘Summer of Love’ anniversary show will exclusively comprise of songs from 1967 across THREE HUGE SETS, dance the night away to The Beatles, The Doors, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, the Small Faces, The Who, The Byrds, Pink Floyd, Janice Joplin, the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Procol Harum and let’s not forget Australian bands such as The Groop, Masters Apprentices, The Loved Ones, and The Wild Cherries plus more!

Summer of Love Guest Vocalists

Billy Miller – vocals
Billy Miller is best known as the singer of The Ferrets who had a #1 hit in 1975 with “Don’t Fall in Love”. He has been performing, composing and producing music for over 40 years including 3 years in the cast of “Jesus Christ Superstar” (1972-75) and fronting the Great Blokes and The Spaniards (with Mick Pealing) through the 1980’s. Billy is a regular performer with this band The Love Brothers who had a 12 year residency at The George Public Bar in St. Kilda, and has played thousands of other pub gigs and functions as well.

Kelly Auty – backing vocals
is well known in Melbourne, having released two albums and been performing with her band for many years. Kelly has sung supports for Janis Ian, The Drifters, Jose Feliciano and The Platters and has graced the stage at many festivals throughout Australia. She has produced 9 independent CDs including an album of original songs in 2013. She’s a dynamo, recognised as a great vocalist and inspiring performer.

Bobby Bright –  vocals
Bobby Bright has been a part of the Australian pop music scene for over fifty years. Discovered by Johnny O’Keefe when he was 13 he soon became well known in his hometown of Adelaide and at age 17 he moved to Melbourne where he met Laurie Allen. The pair got on well and with the advent of the GO show they were launched on the Australian public as the ‘Bobby & Laurie” duo. Their first record “ I Belong with You “ changed the way local records sounded, it jumped out of the radio and was soon hurtling up the charts. More hits followed and all featured on the charts during the sixties. The boys toured with PJ Proby, The Dave Clarke Five, and were headliners in the All Australian Big Show. Their ABC TV show “Dig We Must“ ran for two seasons nationally, 1965 to 1966.

Since that time Bobby has continued to work extensively in the entertainment industry as a song writer, DJ, actor and voice over artist as well as regularly performing with his various bands. He is a dynamic performer and greatly respected for his vocal and writing talents.

Andrea Lees – backing vocals
Andrea is the daughter of renowned Australian singer Ron Lees and her singing career spans two decades. She has starred in cabaret, television, musical theatre and much more and supported leading stars such as Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston, Jimmy Barnes and many others.

The Substitutes are:
Neil Scott
Neil Scott grew up in Manchester and learnt to play guitar by listening to records by The Beatles, The Hollies and The Who. His natural ability and a succession of bands lead him to tour Australia as part of the successful British pop band Chalice who elected to stay at the end of the tour. Neil remained with Chalice until they split in 1979 when he went on to play with a number of popular Australian bands, notably Captain Spalding. He is an extraordinary guitarist, a fine lead singer and his Mancunian accent enables him to sing a range of British ‘60s songs with uncanny authenticity.

Peter Reed
Peter Reed is a veteran of Melbourne’s rock scene who began his career as the drummer in pop band the New Dream who had half a dozen top 10 hits in the late ‘60s. Since then he has played and recorded with numerous bands such as Gary Young’s Hot Dog (at Sunbury ’74), Pantha, the Mark Gillespie Band, The Tremors (with Kerryn Tolhurst from the Dingoes), Lynne Randell Band, the Phil Manning Band, the Jane Clifton Band. He has taught drums to budding students for many years (including Daddy Cool’s Gary Young) and is a highly regarded technician.

Pete Robinson
Pete was a founder member of one of Melbourne’s first ‘60s pop bands, The Strangers. This band appeared regularly on TV, had at least a dozen national hits, and featured John Farrar who went on to become a successful songwriter in the US. Pete’s subsequent musical career has included such roles as television musical director, arranger, record producer for the likes of John Farnham, Johnny Young, Russell Morris, Ted Mulry and the Masters Apprentices. Most recently Pete was invited to become Music Director for the Go-Show reunion shows that have toured Australia annually since 2010. Pete is very well known and highly respected within Melbourne musical circles.

Peter Summers
Peter has been obsessed with music in all forms his entire life and played in many different sorts of bands (jazz, country rock, punk) before forming New Wave band Strange Idols in 1979. They recorded a single and album and toured extensively in the early 1980’s. In 1984 Peter retired from music because of family commitments but re-emerged in 2004 after being forced to attend yet another corporate event with a B-grade covers band (involving a laptop computer). He decided to prove that ‘60s music could be played with the fire and originality of the period and hence formed The Substitutes with some first class likeminded musicians. The rest is on youtube.

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Ramble Tamble

Creedence Clearwater Revival and their play list of hit songs have been born again in the body and soul of Melbourne five-piece band, Ramble Tamble – The Australian Creedence Show. Their attention to detail is outstanding and their passion for this music is inescapable. The hit songs of CCR are as popular today as when they were first released. Songs like Proud Mary, Down on the Corner, Who’ll Stop the Rain and Green River populate the show like lifelong neighbours, old friends that you know so well, visitors that could never out-stay their welcome.

Ramble Tamble are as close as you will ever get to seeing and hearing the real thing, live on stage. The authenticity of the performance and musical production has left audience members in awe with it being said that if you closed your eyes, you could be listening to the original band. As the old saying goes; seeing is believing, so why not see for yourself, with the promise that once you have, as a CCR fan you will keep coming back, to satisfy that never ending thirstfor a long, tall glass of CCR live, that only Ramble Tamble – The Australian Creedence Show can provide.

A MUST SEE!

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Rick & John Brewster present ‘The Angels’ Book Tour’

Join the Brewster Brothers for a behind-the-scenes, flashback journey. This special show takes audiences on a wild ride. They’ll produce the washboard and harmonica to reveal their musical partnership beginnings with the Moonshine Jug & String Band, and reflect on the hard rocking days of the Keystone Angels. Memories of the hairier moments, including the infamous 1980 Sydney Opera House gig in front of 100,000 people which saw 2 members injured; getting thrown off The Kinks tour of the US in 1980; the high points, including touring with David Bowie in 1978 and with AC/DC on their Back in Black tour; being inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and the Australian Songwriters Hall of Fame. Then they’ll perform some of their most famous hit songs from The Angels before bringing you back to the present with some remarkable songs from the Brewster Brothers repertoire. UNMISSABLE!

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Bowie Unzipped starring Jeff Duff

Most recently Jeff performed at ‘Let’s Dance’ Festival in Carinda, where Bowie himself visited thirty four years ago to shoot the film clip for the song.

Expect to hear Space Oddity, Let’s Dance, China Girl, Life On Mars, Changes, Ziggy Stardust PLUS MORE!

Jeff’s unique interpretation of Bowie’s remarkable and enduring songbook is one that leaves audiences in absolute awe. He has been singing Bowie’s songs for many years with the glowing support of Bowie’s official website BowieNET and was a special guest (in conversation) at the opening of the Bowie exhibition in Melbourne. So much more than just a tribute show, Jeff’s unique and powerful take on the David Bowie songbook has fans returning night after night.

Ben Waters (UK) w/ special guest Derek Nash

Ben was voted Europe’s #1 Boogie Woogie piano player in 2016. He has played with the best of the best in the music industry including; The Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Shakin’ Stevens, Jools Holland, Ray Davies, Leo Sayer, PJ Harvey and many others.

“I have been a boogie fan since since the 1950s and seen pianists all over the world. None come close to Waters”. – Blueprint Magazine.

Ben will be joined by special guest Derek Nash, a member of the Jools Holland Orchestra since 2004. Derek has led Sax Appeal for over 30 years and is a member of the Ronnie Scott’s Blues Explosion. He has appeared live & on TV with such greats as Eric Clapton, Amy Winehouse, Paul McCartney, Solomon Burke, Annie Lennox & Tom Jones.

This show is A MUST SEE, note it on your calendar!

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