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MICK DALEY & SIDESHOW DUO

26/06/2011 4:00 pm

DJ – WEBBER & DEEGS

24/06/2011 9:30 pm

– Lennox to La La – shuttle buses available!

LLYOD SPIEGEL

15/10/2011 9:30 pm

With 8 albums, a swag of accolades and 20 years of performing, writing and recording, Lloyd Spiegel has certainly squeezed more into 30 years than many do in a lifetime. It’s that experience and presence well beyond his years that has seen him become one of this country’s leading Blues artists and most respected guitarists. His incredible command of the guitar, powerful voice and high energy performance captivates any audience.

In between extensive touring within Australia, Lloyd has travelled all over the world with frequent tours to Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.S.A, where he’s toured coast to coast 6 times. During these tours he has performed at some of the world’s best known Blues venues and largest festivals as well as showcasing at every major international guitar player’s event in the world.

He’s played bills with legendary Blues artists from Buddy Guy and Etta James to Ray Charles, as well as artists from a range of musical genres including Bob Dylan, Peter Frampton and Willie Nelson.

In 2006, Lloyd found a great deal of success in Japan. A DVD recorded live to a sold out Tokyo Disneyland has become a ‘must have’ for guitar fans in Asia and sparked the interest of the Japanese mainstream. He is now performing on Japan’s commercial television and radio as well as appearing on the cover of countless magazines.

GENEVIEVE CHADWICK

19/06/2011 4:00 pm

“Genevieve Chadwick” is winning audiences over with powerful performances complete with skilful guitar execution,a stomp box, sultry smokehouse vocals, blonde locks and trademark “go get ‘em” attitude!

Genevieve has supported the likes of Little Birdy, You Am I, Richard Clapton, Johnny Diesel, Marshall and The Fro, and many more. Along with winning both the ACT and NSW Battle of the Band competition, Genevieve was a finalist in Cosmopolitan Magazine’s Fun, Fearless Female awards 2010 in the category of Rising Star.

She has been described as:

“She’s the talent of John Butler, with the soul of Janis Joplin. A force truly to be reckoned with.” ,– LOTL, Sept 2010

LITTLE BIG FISH

18/06/2011 9:30 pm

LUCKY WONDERS

18/09/2011 4:00 pm
Byron Bay based folk/indie pop four piece The Lucky Wonders have made a huge entrance onto the Australian music scene in the short time since they formed, with a trail of rave reviews left in the wake of their album Thirteen O’Clock, and mammoth touring efforts. Songwriters Emma Royle and WAMI Award winner Jessie Vintila first came together to create live music for puppet show Puppets Break Out, playing an 11 show season in the 2009 Adelaide Fringe Festival. The collaboration was such a success they were inspired to pursue it head-on, and formed the core of The Lucky Wonders.

Within a few months the duo had enlisted the help of ARIA nominee Anthony Lycenko (Pete Murray, Xavier Rudd, The Beautiful Girls), Ben Franz (The Waifs, Tim Rogers) on bass and lap steel, and Dave Sanders (Rodriguez) on drums.  Co-producing with Lycenko at Byron Bay’s Rocking Horse and 301, they created the twelve tracks compiling Thirteen O’Clock, which was to meet overwhelming critical acclaim.

“Top 10 albums and Top 3 gigs of 2010” – Sue Barrett – Rhythms

“…a stunning debut album with tracks ranging right across the broad roots genre.…a winning package. FOUR STARS” BMA

“…uplifting and life affirming…” andpluckyourstrings

“…relaxing and warm…” Scene Magazine

DJ – PENNY FROPS

10/06/2011 9:30 pm

KIM KELAART TRIO

05/06/2011 4:00 pm

Special Event – “Absolutley 80’s” – Tickets selling Fast – Available from the bar $30.00

25/06/2011 9:30 pm

The 80’s reunion party not to be missed!
Catch the biggest & best Australian 80’s stars together in one big show.

Consisting of Brian Mannix (Uncanny X-Men), Dale Ryder (Boom Crash Opera) and Scott Carne (Kids in The Kitchen) plus a few more band members they will perform their hits of the 80’s together with a comedy act to make the night a whole lot of fun.

Dress Theme is “80’s” attire so drag out those leg warmers, tights, big hair, baggy sweatshirts, and bright colored mini skirts for the girls, while for the guys  long hair/mullets, mesh shirts, and leather pants were all the craze.  “Frock up” and get in the atmosphere!

Tickets are on sale at the bar for $30 and  will sell out fast.