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Mad Mule from 9:30pm

14/10/2017 9:30 pm

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With a sound and attitude tempered from rehearsing in 40 degree heat in a rusty corrugated iron shed metres from Seven Mile Beach, Mad Mule are bringing their unique sound back to Lennox Hotel.

With their name being a tip of the hat to Neil Young’s Crazy Horse, Mad Mule play an eclectic mix of covers from all around the world across all eras of rock.

After playing in other bands for many years the six parts of Mad Mule finally got together after Australian blues legends the Backsliders invited them to play support at benefit gigs in Ballina in 2012 and 2013.

Mad Mule love nothing more than playing parties, pubs and clubs.

The band has also co produced and staged a ‘Rock Triv’   show in 2016.

Contact     www.facebook.com/madmulemusic

Q

28/01/2018 5:30 pm

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Q has been playing gigs for thirty years, in Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore and Ireland, both as a soloist and with all kinds of bands.

He plays a variety of styles including folk, blues, country, reggae, Celtic and jazz, and covers a multitude of artists such as Van Morrison, James Taylor, Bruce Cockburn and others. From ballads to rock, Q’s eclectic style and sound will leave you wanting more.

The Little Eegos

29/06/2018 10:00 pm

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The Little Eegos are a 5 piece Covers Band performing a diverse range of songs from everyone’s favourite Rock, Pop, & Funk artists including; Tom Petty, Pete Murray, INXS, Paul Kelly, The Doors, John Mayer, Rolling Stones, U2, Dragon, Aussie Crawl, Get Lucky, Talk is Cheap, Can’t Feel my Face and ED Sheeran’s “Sing” .

Biggy P

05/05/2018 9:30 pm

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Paul van den Hoorn, aka Biggy P, has been making a name for himself in the music industry for a number of years. Starting with diverting his teenage energy to playing drums at the age of 15, Biggy branched out to guitar at the age of 17 and singing at 23.

He spent the first few years busking in Rundle Mall, Adelaide and Byron Bay, where he built a following of fans from all over the globe and became known to local musicians as “The Human Jukebox”.

Biggy P’s style is predominantly acoustic rock/ folk; as well as being a master of pub covers with a twist. He plays solo, in duos and with backing bands and can play any- thing from soul, to rock, folk and alternate country.

Influenced by John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, David Gray and David Bowie, it is Biggy’s experience, versatility and variety; as well as his laid back and friendly attitude, which helps him stand out from the crowd and attracts other artists to perform with him on stage.

With a deep, soulful voice that is unmatched, Biggy P is guaranteed to draw a crowd.