Feb
24
Fri
PROJECT COLLECTIVE SKA + BLACK BIRD HUM @ Django Bar
Feb 24 @ 7:00 pm

project6pm doors, 9pm show

Project Collective Ska is a Sydney ten-piece featuring a blazing horn section and raucous upstroke rhythms that never fail to get people jumping and skanking! Specializing in old-school Jamaican party music from the 50s & 60s (or “first-wave ska”) they put on unforgettable live shows!

A blend of roots, reggae and folk, wound together with captivating hooks, solid grooves and striking harmonies, Sydney 9-piece reggae band Black Bird Hum will be making their Django Bar debut on Feb 24! Black bird swing from gentle, thoughtful folk ballads to the type of big‐band reggae that throws everything at you from horns to percussion to tripped‐out synths and delay‐drenched keys. Relentless tourers, the band has spent the last four years travelling up and down the Australian east coast – all the while writing away at new material in the back of the van.

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BOWIE UNZIPPED with JEFF DUFF – SOLD OUT!!! Thu 23 Feb now on sale!
Feb 24 @ 9:00 pm

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7.30pm doors, 9pm show

The legendary Jeff Duff will celebrate the Thin White Duke’s iconic songs at what will be an incredibly magical night of all things Bowiet. Jeff Duff has been singing Bowie’s songs for many years with the glowing support of Bowie’s official website BowieNET. Together with an all-star band, Duffo’s journey to Planet Bowie will include the songs Space Oddity, Lets Dance, China Girl, Life On Mars, Changes, Ziggy Stardust… amongst many other faves. Jeff’s all star band features guitarist Jak Housden from the Whitlams along with the brilliant keyboard player Glenn Rhodes and drummer- percussionist Jess Ciampa.

www.bowieunzipped.com.au

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Feb
25
Sat
MARDI GRAS MAMBO with MUCHO MAMBO!!!
Feb 25 @ 9:00 pm

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7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Celebrate New Orleans Mardi Gras 2017 with Latin Big Band Mucho Mambo. Following amazing sell out shows over the years at Camelot, the 13 piece Mucho Mambo orchestra is back to celebrate another ‘Mardi Gras Mambo’ at Camelot Lounge, with two big sets of Mambo, Cha Cha Cha, Salsa, Bolero and New Orleans grooves.

Dig out your Mardi Gras masks, feathers, boas, ruffles and puffy sleeves and mambo all night with a celebration of Cuban Big Bands with a twist from New Orleans. A huge event not to be missed!
Be quick to book as last time this show sold out early!

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PAPE MBAYE & CHOSANI AFRIQUE @ Django Bar
Feb 25 @ 9:00 pm

pape 3a6pm doors, 9pm show

Serving up a heavenly cocktail of African music, Chosani Afrique is catchy, soulful, energetic and powerful. This live show is a feast for the senses – bright traditional african costumes and irresistibly danceable songs. A captivating live band, Chosani Afrique invite you to one of the best african parties in town!

Pape Mbaye is an multi-instrumental percussionist, playing Djembe, Sabar, Balafon and Guitar. His original songs are based upon traditional proverbs and stories. Pape has an undeniable ability to unlock all inhibitions, igniting the senses in his dynamic compositions and powerful delivery.

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Feb
26
Sun
JOANNA WEINBERG: THE PIANO DIARIES
Feb 26 @ 7:30 pm

 JoannaW0013-MED6.30pm doors, 7.30pm show

The Piano Diaries is a song cycle based on the true story of South African/Australian songwriter Joanna Weinberg’s inherited rosewood piano. This incredibly intimate and personal show has toured Australia, receiving rave reviews . This will be the 7th time her much loved show has played at Camelot. Accompanying Joanna will be Kate Adams on cello.

‘Joanna Weinberg “ The Piano Diaries” glows with the emotional character of a bright smile. This songwriter/vocalist/actress paints a kaleidoscope of rich imagery in her songs that transcends genres with perfect pitch and flawless intonation. She possesses the rare ability to interpret and personalize her own lyrics through a full range of emotions, imbuing her songs with the experiential conviction of a Joni Mitchell:’

– Jazz Music, CJ Bond.

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KHAYAL TRIO + SAYAK BHATTACHARYA @ Django Bar
Feb 26 @ 8:00 pm

bobby6pm doors, 7.30pm show

Khayal Trio (Damien Wright Sarah Hyland and Bobby Singh) features three friends from different musical backgrounds taking to the stage to create a collaboration of beautiful music through their traditions of Flamenco,Hindustani and Jazz with a genuine love and respect for all three genres they explore, intertwine and play with rhythm and melody to merge their individual voices into a unique soulful sound.

Following this recital the second half will feature Hindustani Vocalist Sayak Bhattacharya who will perform Khayal from the Classical repertoire of North India.

A budding talent in the world of North Indian Classical Music, Sayak has performed at a number of prestigious conferences in solo recitals in the USA, India, including recitals in Kolkata, Jaipur and Pondicherry, and in Australia.

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Mar
1
Wed
THE GYPSY ART CLUB
Mar 1 @ 6:30 pm

gac

Every Wednesday night…A sketch-club – a life-drawing session – happens in the Django Bar. With evocative live music from a bevy of outstanding musicians – one week it may be jazz piano, the next week Gypsy guitar, the next French Accordion etc etc…A nude model will take to the stage for 2 sets between 6.30pm & 8.15pm, with the musician/s underscoring the session. Cocktails, Young Henry’s on tap, delicious red wines etc available, as are delicious pizzas!

630pm – 815pm | BYO all your own art supplies – pads, pencils etc. Only $10 admission

Mar
2
Thu
CARAVAN SLAM: 6th Birthday Party! @ Django Bar
Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm

caravan

Caravan Slam Turns 6!!!

Feature Poets:

RIKKI LIVERMORE from UK.He has performed at countless events and festivals all over the UK, including Secret Garden Party, The Royal Albert Hall and Lost Lectures, and his work has been featured by a number of worthy causes and campaigns, such as the National Union of Teachers, art exhibitions in Tasmania and Finland. He was commissioned by the BBC to write two modern war poems for their World War One At Home tour – commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1st World War.

STEPHANIE DOGFOOT from Singapore. Stephanie has won both the Singapore and UK National Slams. She is also a host and organizer of spoken word nights. Her writing distills the awkwardly hilarious and deeply profound moments of everyday life.

The Caravan Poetry Slam brings together around 20 local poets, a panel of judges, and a room full of what they hope to be, “open hearts instead of roses, open minds instead of rotten tomatoes.”

Anyone can sign up and sacrifice their three-minute slam to the open space. Each poem will be scored and then the top three poets compete in a finalist round to decide the winner. Interactivity is integral, with other elements of ‘Emergency Art’ integrated into the night in the form of written confessionals and ‘coughed up’ soapbox-style Emergency Slams.

Book a spot in our slam by posting HERE, then show up at 7pm to confirm. This one will book out!

$5 | 6pm doors, 8pm show

 

LES POULES À COLIN (QUÉBEC)
Mar 2 @ 8:00 pm

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Despite their youth Les Poules à Colin have been a group for seven years. All five have blossomed into intuitive performers and together have been turning heads wherever they go, whether to Europe or across North America.

Their own sound brought freshly inventive vitality to these deeply planted roots, centred on bright yet sultry twin female vocals, with instrumentation including banjo and mandolin…plus powerful, pulsing electric bass alongside fiddle, piano, and subtly deployed foot-­percussion.

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Mar
3
Fri
ALISON AVRON – TINY LITTLE UNIVERSE ALBUM LAUNCH @ Django Bar
Mar 3 @ 7:00 pm

AA MG_3153a6pm doors, 9pm show

Join Alison Avron for a night celebrating the release of her debut album, Tiny Little Universe; a collection of songs inspired by her personal journey with grief after the sudden passing of her mother in 2014. The album was recorded at Milk House Studios in New York by multi-platinum award winning producer, Philip A. Jimenez – known for his work with the band, Wheatus.

Tiny Little Universe is a nod to influential songwriters including Harry Nilsson, Carole King and Brian Wilson. While parts of it are sad and sentimental, Avron offers an engaging, bright and light-hearted reflection on all aspects of grief.

The album will officially be released with full band.

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MENTAL AS ANYTHING
Mar 3 @ 9:00 pm

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Perennial Australian favourites Mental As Anything will make their Camelot Lounge debut on March 3!

The pop-rock band has been recording and touring for 40 years after forming in Sydney in 1976 and having 25 top 40 hits in Australia. The band has also put together about 20 albums.

Martin Plaza, Greedy Smith and company have chalked up many hits including Live it Up, The Nips are Getting Bigger, Too Many Times, If You Leave Me Can I Come Too? and Rock & Roll Music and in 2009 Mental As Anything were inducted into the Australian Record Industry Association’s Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. Don’t miss this show!

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Mar
4
Sat
FUNK/SOUL PARTY with BUMP CITY
Mar 4 @ 8:00 pm

bumpcity1a7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Bump City are Sydney’s very own kings of soul and funk and they’re back at their favourite venue Camelot Lounge. Bump City are the ultimate 10 piece party band with a repertoire of soul hits from Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Earth Wind & Fire, Tower of Power, Al Green, Wilson Pickett and many more. The five piece Bump City Horns make these classic songs come alive. With a tight rhythm section and lead singer Peter Morgan’s soaring soul vocals, you will want to party with Bump City all night long.

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LUKE ESCOMBE ALBUM LAUNCH + BRIAN CAMPEAU @ Django Bar
Mar 4 @ 9:00 pm

luke 1A6pm doors, 9pm Show

Luke Escombe and Brian Campeau, two of Sydney’s most entertaining and uniquely talented musical storytellers, take over Django Bar for one special night.

Nobody puts music, comedy and storytelling together like Luke Escombe. Taking the madness of the modern world and setting it to a soundtrack of impossibly catchy tunes that leap from blues to funk to soul, afrobeat, punk, hip-hop, mariachi and rock and roll, he blends the mojo spirit of the old bluesmen with the sharpness of a stand-up comedian. Come and see him launch his brand new album, “Skeleton Blues”.

Celebrated for his powerful voice, unique instrumentation, unusual arrangements and organic, left field production, Brian Campeau is no regular singer songwriter. Brian has worked on many platforms having also had a major part in the music of the Underbelly season, Razor (Nine). He’s worked as a composer on television commercials, independent films, and radio broadcasts, as well as having worked closely with the likes of Angus and Julia Stone, Bluejuice, and Tommy Trash.

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Mar
5
Sun
FACEMEAT: A ROCK OPERA @ Django Bar
Mar 5 @ 7:30 pm

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6pm doors, 7.30pm show

Ahead of its run of shows at this years Adelaide Fringe, Sydney-based 7-piece Facemeat is delighted to be back at Django Bar. Facemeat – the Musical will feature a spoken word tale of slow-burn entrapment narrated by the band’s writer David Sattout interspersed with a whole new suite of music.

The journey takes us through an old family home, and reveals the awful secrets contained within it. Musically the show traverses rock, blues, motown, afrobeat and cha-cha-cha, while the text deals in tones elegiac, wry, reflective and absurd, all of which are amplified by puppetry, movement and light.

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JONAH & THE WAILERS + THE ELEMENTALS
Mar 5 @ 7:30 pm

jonah6.30pm doors, 7.30pm show

Sydney’s hottest a cappella choirs in the African American Gospel tradition, JONAH & THE WAILERS, and THE ELEMENTALS return to Camelot with what we can promise will be a great night! Book early to avoid disappointment!

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Mar
8
Wed
THE GYPSY ART CLUB
Mar 8 @ 6:30 pm

gac

Every Wednesday night…A sketch-club – a life-drawing session – happens in the Django Bar. With evocative live music from a bevy of outstanding musicians – one week it may be jazz piano, the next week Gypsy guitar, the next French Accordion etc etc…A nude model will take to the stage for 2 sets between 6.30pm & 8.15pm, with the musician/s underscoring the session. Cocktails, Young Henry’s on tap, delicious red wines etc available, as are delicious pizzas!

630pm – 815pm | BYO all your own art supplies – pads, pencils etc. Only $10 admission

MANU DELAGO (Bjork/Cinematic Orchestra) + ABBY DOBSON
Mar 8 @ 7:30 pm

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7pm doors, 8pm show

In between performing with Björk, The Cinematic Orchestra and Anoushka Shankar, the prodigious Hang player and percussionist Manu Delago will be touring Australia in 2017 ‘Handmade Tour’ with his 3 piece multi instrumentalist band. From overachieving teenaged rock bands, through extensive classical training; from his exploits at the cutting edge of art pop as the lynchpin of Björk’s band, to a London Symphony Orchestra
commission which saw him playfully subverting their expectations; this endlessly curious artist has been honing his own style rich in melody, wit and invention. Be prepared to be stunned by this amazing live blend of pop, world and electronic music by one of the world’s most original and influential artists. A non-stop affair of creativity, surprise, beauty, harmony, wit, art, invention, energy and entertainment.

“Amazing percussionist and hang player” – Björk
“Virtuoso” – The Times
“A masterful and sensitive musician” – The Telegraph
“Ridiculously deft electro-acoustic percussionist” – Toronto Star

Abby Dobson has had a wonderful career as a singer and songwriter. She was a founding member of the hugely successfully band, Leonardo’s Bride, who garnered many accolades; their chart-topping song, ‘Even When I’m Sleeping’, winning APRA ‘Song of the Year’ and later voted as one of the ‘Top 20 Australian Songs of All Time’.

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Mar
9
Thu
XYLOURIS WHITE (New York)
Mar 9 @ 6:30 pm

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7pm doors, 8pm show

Xylouris White (the rarefied duo of Dirty Three drummer Jim White and Cretan lute player George Xylouris) return to Australia this summer for headline shows in Sydney & Melbourne and festival appearances at Woodford and Womadelaide.

The tour follows the release of Black Peak the second long playing offering from Xylouris White and a dynamic follow up to their 2014 debut and Billboard World Music #1 album, Goats.

“This is Cretan folk music played with a rock’n’roll intensity that is truly immersive.” Uncut – 8/10

“These are haunted folk rituals feeling around deep inside the human psyche, grasping for rarely reached zones and nostalgia for submerged memories” The Quietus

“Astounding stuff” Songlines

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NADYA & ZORAN presents ŠUKARIJE @ Django Bar
Mar 9 @ 9:00 pm

Nads6pm door, 8pm show

Šukarije (which means ‘beautiful’ in Romany) brings you the essence of Gypsy music & French chanson with a Balkan twist! Featuring father/son Gypsy accordion virtuosos Zoran & Sasa Todorovic, Leonid Beshlei (sax), Goce Manche Manasiev (guitar, vocals), James Tawadros (req, cahon), Dario Moconja (bass) & the irrepressible Australian queen of Gypsy soul – sensational singer Nadya Golski!

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Mar
10
Fri
LOLO LOVINA @ Django Bar
Mar 10 @ 9:00 pm

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6pm door, 9pm show

‘(Lolo Lovina)…have created an album that swings from traditional to groundbreaking Rroma music, all imbued with a tremendous sense of fun’
Lucky Oceans, The Daily Planet ABC Radio National, 2015

‘YOU HAVE TO LISTEN TO THESE PEOPLE…THIS IS THE FUTURE OF MUSIC.’ BRIAN ENO

Virtuosic Rromani Gypsy world music fusion band Lolo Lovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Rromani-Gypsy singer Sarah Bedak & Serbian Rromani-Gypsy guitarist and drummer Nenad Radic. Sarah & Nenad source the best musicians from around the Globe to work on their musical, recording, performance and theatre projects.

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MEXICAN PARTY WITH VICTOR VALDES & THE REAL MEXICO MARIACHI BAND!
Mar 10 @ 9:00 pm

victor-5a7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Victor Valdes is back again for a REAL Mexican party, replete with an authentic Mariachi band! In his own right, VICTOR VALDES (harp, vocals) is a truly extraordinary performer, but this is a rare opportunity to experience him in full regalia with his big band Mariachi group, as they play all the Mexican favourites! Victor Valdes’ powerful, compelling voice, magical harp and passion for storytelling will take you on a unique sonorous journey through Mexico and Latin America. Come and join him at Camelot for a Mexican Party.

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Mar
11
Sat
MARSALA
Mar 11 @ 9:00 pm

marsala-2b7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Following a string of sell out shows, Marsala are back at Camelot for another huge party! Marsala covers some of the best music from Cuba, Colombia, Brazil, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia, Russia, France, Italy, Spain, Zimbabwe…

They do Gypsy Music, Tango, Salsa, Samba, the African Township thing, French Rap, Italian Jazz, Tom Waits songs, Russian Folk songs… anything to make audiences feel passionately and dance beautifully. They create passion and romance where ever they go. Audiences can’t help but dance and fall in love with each other’s traditions.

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Mar
12
Sun
MAGGIE FERGUSON TANGO & FRIENDS
Mar 12 @ 7:30 pm

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MFT & Friends present an evening of exceptional tango beauty. Be introduced to the sultry beauty of the tangos of the golden age (1940s) to the brilliance of Tango Nuevo (post 1955), including the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla, played by the quintet line up for which he wrote them.

MFT & Friends are: Maggie Ferguson, bandoneon and violin, Francis Carreon, piano, Isabella Brown double bass, Andrew Baker violin and Murilo Tanouye electric guitar. We will be joined by tango flute virtuoso, Paulina Fain from Buenos Aires and guest tango dancers Kseniya and Craig Petersen, 2016 Australian Latin Dance champions.

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THE LOUIS STAPLETON QUARTET @ Django Bar
Mar 12 @ 7:30 pm

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6pm doors, 7.30pm show

The Louis Stapleton Quartet features the awesome talents of Dave Groves on Bass, Tim Firth on drums plus Carl Morgan on guitar- winner of the national jazz award 2014.

While attending Germany’s largest music academy in Cologne for 4 years, Louis absorbed a wide variety of influences – workshopping with the likes of John Taylor, Aaron Parks, Alan Broadbent and studying under Hubert Nuss and Florian Ross.

These influences come together in this new quartet which values tradition and familiar forms but you’ll also hear modern harmony and abstract colours. The compositions span an array of styles including swing, ballad, blues and groove while some tunes lend themselves to spontaneous improvisation and open playing.

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Mar
15
Wed
THE GYPSY ART CLUB
Mar 15 @ 6:30 pm

gac

Every Wednesday night…A sketch-club – a life-drawing session – happens in the Django Bar. With evocative live music from a bevy of outstanding musicians – one week it may be jazz piano, the next week Gypsy guitar, the next French Accordion etc etc…A nude model will take to the stage for 2 sets between 6.30pm & 8.15pm, with the musician/s underscoring the session. Cocktails, Young Henry’s on tap, delicious red wines etc available, as are delicious pizzas!

630pm – 815pm | BYO all your own art supplies – pads, pencils etc. Only $10 admission

VILA NAVIO (PORTUGAL)
Mar 15 @ 8:00 pm

Vila Navio NIK 2

7pm doors, 8pm show

Musically, this project is defined by an assumed suggestion for the modernisation of the Portuguese traditional music, involving elements of popular music with modern sonorities linked to contemporary jazz and the presence of samples generated electronically. As it is referenced by the British press, Vila Navio are “Portuguese traditionalists unafraid of mixing it up”.

Songlines Magazine:
“Vila Navio’s music has originality in mind and their quest for a different sound has been a successful one.”

André Coelho – Vocal and guitar
Cláudio Silva – Trumpet and flugelhorn
Eduardo Soares – Portuguese guitar

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Mar
16
Thu
DOMINI FORSTER (Melb) ALBUM LAUNCH + LEROY LEE @ Django Bar
Mar 16 @ 8:00 pm

1. Domini (portrait)

6pm doors, 8pm show

Domini Forster is fast-establishing herself as one of Melbourne’s brightest new voices in modern folk.

Forster made a strong impression on the local music scene with her debut EP Little Dreamer, produced by Tony Buchen (Montaigne; Washington), but everything changed In 2013, when she was hand-picked by renowned Australian songwriter Lior to support on his national tour. “I can confidently say that Domini has left the strongest imprint on audiences of any opening act I have worked with over the last decade”, says Lior.

“All the vocal and lyrical ability to become a dominant voice in Australian indie folk.” – Cameron Warner, The Music

“Domini is one of Australia’s most gifted young singer-songwriters.” – Lior

Enchanting songsmith and acoustic guitarist, Leroy Lee creates hypnotic lamp-lit tunes, drawing the listener into his unique world. From driving guitar riffs to intricate finger-picking melodies, Leroy is reminiscent of English folk legends like Nick Drake and Bert Jansch.

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KLEZBARD CABARET with PSOY KOROLENKO (RUSSIA)
Mar 16 @ 8:00 pm

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7pm doors, 8pm show

Pasha Lion, a.k.a. Psoy, is a Moscow “avant-bard” & wandering scholar”. He has invented a rather unique songwriter cabaret combining traditions of Soviet popular song & sung poetry, Yiddish folk & theater songs, modern French chansons, rap & Tom Lehrer.

For more than 10 years, he has been working w/ Yiddishist & Klezmer artists, participating in many events, festivals & collaborative projects, such as Brothers Nazaroff, the latest one.

A playful but deep poet-singer in Russian, he is a master of translation/tradaptation & language code switching for a non-Russian speaking audience. The show is usually in English, Russian, Yiddish-ish & some French.

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Mar
17
Fri
BARRIO LATIN SOUL
Mar 17 @ 9:00 pm

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7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Following fantastic dance nights at Camelot ‘Barrio Latin Soul’ returns to transport you to the barrios of New York for some smooth Soul, funky Latin and groovy Disco celebrating 1960s and 70s Latin Soul, Latin Disco and Boogaloo.

Fusing African American R&B and Soul with Mambo and Cuban Son Montuno and mainly sung in English, the Latin Soul and Boogaloo movement in the 1960’s had a huge influence on the growing Salsa scene in the 1970’s. The unique funky 11-piece all-star band ‘Barrio Soul’ celebrates the era in style and features members of well-known groups, Mucho Mambo, Watussi, El Orqueston, Johnny G and the E types, Hi-Tops Brass Band, Cumbiamuffin and Son Veneno and will set the dance floor alight with some serious Soul, Latin and Disco grooves from artists such as Mongo Santamaria, Joe Bataan, Joe Cuba, Tito Puente, Ray Barretto and Pete Rodriguez.

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RAMBLIN’ NIGHTS with CHRIS PICKERING & BAND + JASON WALKER & BAND @ Django Bar
Mar 17 @ 9:00 pm

March Ramblin Nights6pm door, 9pm show

Melbourne based, Chris Pickering is not a slave to any dominant trend or fashion, yet doesn’t shy away from comparisons to the great songwriters of the 20th century. His songs talk of relationships, philosophy and the occasional dark side of the human condition, albeit with an ever-surreptitious wink to his black sense of humour. He is often compared to other genre defying singer-songwriters such as Rufus Wainwright, Wilco & Neil Finn.

Jason Walker, Sydney’s favorite pedal steel, lead guitar playing, songwriting troubadour is opening the night with playing tracks off his latest masterpiece ‘All Night Ghost Town’ released in Aug 16. Father, lover, musician, writer Walker has lived life from the bottom up and that is why we love him.

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Mar
18
Sat
JORDIE LANE @ Django Bar
Mar 18 @ 9:00 pm

Jordie-Lane-2a6pm door, 9pm show

Widely regarded as one of Australia’s finest young singer-songwriters, Jordie Lane has returned to Australia, with his first full length studio album in 5 years, GLASSELLLAND!

Fresh from a triumphant National Album tour, Jordie Lane has been receiving rave reviews for his thought-provoking ferocious live shows, being named highlights at many of the country’s top festivals including Woodford, Mullumbimby, Queenscliff, and Fremantle in 2016.

It is a voice that has taken him around the world, performing major festivals in the US, Canada, UK and Australia, and touring with the likes of international legends, Billy Bragg, Old Crow Medicine Show, Neko Case, Cat Power, The Weakerthans, Ruthie Foster, Mary Chapin Carpenter and The Moody Blues.

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MONSIEUR CAMEMBERT
Mar 18 @ 9:00 pm

monsieur-camembert-yelena-dyumin-1a7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Be quick coz Camembert at Camelot always sells out!!

With sensitivity, virtuosity, & extraordinary energy, Triple ARIA Award winning band Monsieur Camembert brilliantly weaves Gypsy music with other World Music styles, to create a truly original and intoxicating blend…from Russian Gypsy songs, to tango and klezmer, from Gypsy swing to Latin grooves, “…they pick you up & carry you on a wave of energy, excitement & poignancy that never relents…the band play with such cohesion, energy & abandon that I experienced an emotion so foreign I barely recognised it: elation.” (John Shand, SMH)

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Mar
19
Sun
CANTO LATINO present SENTIDO @ Django Bar
Mar 19 @ 7:00 pm

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Amanda Handel (voice & percussion), Jane Andino (piano) and Gary Daley (accordion). This well-accomplished trio of musicians weave a sensual and seductive journey through the golden eras of Spanish and other Latin music traditions. Their music ventures into Spain, Portugal and Latin America with stories of old-fashioned passion, life and longing, death and destiny… sung in poetic verse within a rich instrumental fabric. Their programme delivers the power and drama of Argentinean Tango, and plunges into the emotional depths of Portuguese Fado while exuding the lively spices of Ranchera, and a touch of Salsa.

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Mar
22
Wed
THE GYPSY ART CLUB
Mar 22 @ 6:30 pm

gac

Every Wednesday night…A sketch-club – a life-drawing session – happens in the Django Bar. With evocative live music from a bevy of outstanding musicians – one week it may be jazz piano, the next week Gypsy guitar, the next French Accordion etc etc…A nude model will take to the stage for 2 sets between 6.30pm & 8.15pm, with the musician/s underscoring the session. Cocktails, Young Henry’s on tap, delicious red wines etc available, as are delicious pizzas!

630pm – 815pm | BYO all your own art supplies – pads, pencils etc. Only $10 admission

Mar
23
Thu
THE EAST POINTERS (Canada)
Mar 23 @ 7:30 pm

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7pm doors, 8pm show

Tim Chaisson: fiddle, percussion, vocals
Jake Charron: guitar, vocals
Koady Chaisson: banjo, step dance, vocals

Ontario guitarist Jake Charron and 7th generation Prince Edward Island musicians Tim (fiddle) and Koady Chaisson (banjo) make traditional music seem ridiculously hip. An adrenalized, roof-rattling, performance monster, the trio’s excellent debut release Secret Victory, penned mostly in Australia in early 2015, features the beautiful original and traditional songs, free-wheeling, feisty instrumental jigs, stomps and reels and heart-breaking harmonies have made them torchbearers for a new wave in traditional music.

All three artists grew up step-dancing before they could walk, grasping fiddles before they could talk. The Chaissons are from a large family (50-some cousins, no kidding) in Eastern Prince Edward Island, where ceilidhs and kitchen parties on the weekend were as regular as church on Sunday. Jake grew up with fiddle-playing brothers in a family that knew the value of music, and by his mid-twenties found himself on the road accompanying Irish luminaries such as Liz Carroll.

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HINTERLANDT @ Django Bar
Mar 23 @ 9:00 pm

hint6pm door, 8pm show

Sydney indie-chamber group Hinterlandt presents its brand new album ‘Ode to Doubt’. Released in 2017 by indie-prog label, Art as Catharsis, ‘Ode to Doubt’ celebrates the notion of doubt as a healthy basis for critical thinking.

Stylistically, the music of Hinterlandt is diverse and progressive, with a narrative and engaging quality. On stage and in recordings, Hinterlandt has taken on a variety of shapes and colours, with this most recent incarnation featuring violins, cello, trumpet, guitar, piano, some vocals and several percussion instruments..

Brian Campeau: Vocals | Nicole Smede: Vocals | Bronwyn Cumbo: Violin, Xylophone | Susie Bishop: Violin, Xylophone | Simeon Johnson: Cello | Jochen Gutsch: Guitar, Trumpet, Piano, Glockenspiel

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Mar
24
Fri
MATT ROBERTS “LEGENDS OF ELECTRIC BLUES SHOW” + SIMON KINNY-LEWIS BAND @ Django Bar
Mar 24 @ 7:00 pm

LOEB-Show_Django6pm doors, 9pm show

An exhilarating, live performance journey showcasing the innovators who’ve made electric blues what it is today. From traditional blues icons like Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, B.B. King, and Albert King, through to later masters such as Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Gary Moore. Matt Roberts’ fabulous guitar technique and uncanny vocal ability is what makes this show special, as he interprets the 20th century Legends with respectful authenticity. Backed by an accomplished band of exceptional musicians this will be a blues journey to remember!
Supported by the sensational Simon Kinny-Lewis Band!

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EL ORQUESTON
Mar 24 @ 9:00 pm

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7.30pm doors, 9pm show

El Orqueston is a 12 piece Afro Cuban powerhouse playing Salsa, Timba and Changüi.

Led by Sydney bassist, Tina Harris, this mighty charanga style ensemble honours the great Cuban orchestras that feature the heavenly and punchy sound of three trombones, violin and tres cubano, on a bed of latin percussion, bass and keyboards. Playing a Cuban repertoire of tunes by Los Van Van, Elito Reve y Su Charangon, Havana De Primera, Timbalive, Pupy, Sur Caribe and Dan Den, plus kickass original compositions, El Orqueston is sheer joy and energy from beginning to end.

El Orqueston is comprised of a who’s who of Sydney’s top musicians from the latin music scene. The band is fronted by Peruvian Richard Valdez, whose powerful and dynamic tenor voice is complimented by Cuban multi-talent, Issac Zorzano sharing centre stage and putting out some serious energy.

El Orqueston is for listeners and dancers alike.

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Mar
25
Sat
Brazilian Roots Rock Reggae & Samba Party with KAVALO @ Django Bar
Mar 25 @ 7:00 pm

samba6pm doors, 9pm show

Roots, Rock, Reggae, Jazzy-Latin-Samba-Funk!!! Who would’ve thought that Bob Marley and Jorge Ben Jor would sound so groovy sharing the same stage? Following a sell-out show in June this year KAVALO will be back at Django Bar with their  mix of Reggae tunes from all over the world, Samba-rock classics and spicy Brazilian beats. Presenting they’re full line up with Marcelo d’Avila (vocals/guitar), Luis Reyes (lead guitar/vocals), Gabriel Figueroa (bass/vocals), Tiago Passos (percussion/ vocals), Nando Pellegrini (drums/vocals), and Martin Taylor (trombone/vocals) this will be an unmissable night of positive vibes, good live music and a crowded dance floor!!!

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RUFINO AND THE COCONUTS in … A LIGHT IN THE JUNGLE @ Camelot Lounge
Mar 25 @ 9:00 pm

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6pm doors, 9pm show

Rufino and the Coconuts are back … beckoning you into the jungle at night with brooding tropical grooves and tantalising-tales of island intrigue. Rufino, crooner and violinist, renowned for his work with Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen, brings his sensational solo show of tropical-noir back to Camelot with a full 8-piece band to stir your very bones. With flashes of Voodoo, rocksteady, 80s post-punk and smooth jungle disco, Rufino and the Coconuts is the band of your exotic island dreams and perhaps your most vivid jungle nightmare! So join the expedition! With Rufino and the Coconuts at the lead it’s a tropical adventure we know you’ll just love.

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Mar
26
Sun
FAY SUSSMAN & THE KLEZMER DIVAS: The Music of Leonard Cohen
Mar 26 @ 7:30 pm

fay cohen 1a6.30pm doors, 7.30pm show

Klezmer Divas are one of the most creative and exciting new Klezmer bands on the scene. This intoxicating combination of musicians pay homage to music of the recently departed Leonard Cohen.

The sound of Fay Sussman’s soulful and emotive singing, is comparable to the Berlin cabaret of Marlene Dietrich. Fay was reviewed in the Polish press, after her performance at the Polish embassy, comparing her to a “Yiddish Piaf”. Her rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah for Harmony day at the town hall was moving and inspirational and was featured on SBS T.V.

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SANCHA & THE BLUE GYPSIES @ Django Bar
Mar 26 @ 9:00 pm

sancha6pm door, 7.30pm show

Doris Day meets Django Reinhardt in the sweet swinging outfit Sancha and the Blue Gypsies.
With a refreshing take on traditional folk, bluegrass, jazz and gospel tunes and a lifetime of performance experience between them, this joyous collaboration of some of Sydney’s most respected musicians are headed your way.
The lineup features Sancha Prowse (Vocals, Mandolin), Marcus Holden (Fiddle, Mandolin, Guitar, Vocals) Garry Steel (Accordion) & Stan Valacos (Double Bass, Guitar).
From Leonard Cohen to Alison Krauss with a hint of Chick Corea, you’ll be enthralled by this swinging quartet!

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Mar
29
Wed
THE GYPSY ART CLUB
Mar 29 @ 6:30 pm

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Every Wednesday night…A sketch-club – a life-drawing session – happens in the Django Bar. With evocative live music from a bevy of outstanding musicians – one week it may be jazz piano, the next week Gypsy guitar, the next French Accordion etc etc…A nude model will take to the stage for 2 sets between 6.30pm & 8.15pm, with the musician/s underscoring the session. Cocktails, Young Henry’s on tap, delicious red wines etc available, as are delicious pizzas!

630pm – 815pm | BYO all your own art supplies – pads, pencils etc. Only $10 admission

Mar
30
Thu
GLENN SKUTHORPE & BAND ALBUM LAUNCH @ Django Bar
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm

Glenn Skuthorpe Image (3)6pm doors, 8pm show

With four highly-regarded albums to his name and music featured in documentaries such as John Pilger’s Utopia (No More Whispering), Glenn Skuthorpe and Band will roll into town on the ‘Taking It Home Tour’ to launch self-produced fifth independent album ‘See My World’.

The new album is evocative of the wide-open road with its folk-rock sound infused with country and blues and undertones of mid-sixties and early seventies dirty melodic rock. It demands the listener lean in closer, get on their feet and come along for the ride.

‘Pulsing, thought-provoking contemporary roots music from a man who clearly cares deeply about his country and his craft.’ Michael Park, The International Americana Music Show (USA)

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MELANIE OXLEY & CHRIS ABRAHAMS
Mar 30 @ 8:00 pm

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7pm doors, 8pm show

Melanie Oxley and Chris Abrahams are coming back to Camelot after a fantastic show last year. Due to teaching and touring commitments, performances by the duo have become rare events – however both have been active in various other musical guises. Melanie recently arranged and conducted the children’s choir for the last Sydney performance of the Bad Seeds while Chris has been touring and recording with his group The Necks. They will perform a selection from their much-loved five albums, as well as some new unrecorded material.

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Mar
31
Fri
SCARECROW PEOPLE: THE MUSIC OF XTC @ Camelot Lounge
Mar 31 @ 9:00 pm

xtc7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Come, be stupidly happy! Senses working overtime, burn with optimism’s flames – with Scarecrow People!

From the industrial town of Swindon, England arose a colourful band called XTC. Cutting their teeth on psychedelia, glam and progressive rock, they were attracted by the wiry energy of punk and became one of the most important groups to emerge from the new wave era. Playful, melodic and innovative, XTC laid one of the most persuasive claims to inheriting the magic of the Beatles, riding it roughshod through a catalogue that spanned the years 1977-2000. XTC last performed in concert in 1982.

Scarecrow People bring the challenging and compelling songbook of Andy Partridge and Colin Moulding to life. Their pedigree speaks volumes of their capacity to bring both the arrangements and spirit of XTC to the stage, numbering members of Petulant Frenzy, The Nature Strip, Monsieur Camembert, Magic Lunchbox and Shaggin’ Wagon.

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Apr
1
Sat
BABY ET LULU
Apr 1 @ 7:30 pm

baby et7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Recently ARIA nominated Baby et Lulu return to Camelot for what is sure to be another sell out show of gorgeous French music, full of joie de vivre, seductive harmony, and that Baby et Lulu je ne sais quoi! ‘Goodridge and Dobson combine their amazing talents in an explosion of French chic. The Jazzy, French chanson will have you feeling like you’re sitting in a Parisian café, even if you’ve never been to France.

Listen to Baby et Lulu @ www.babyetlulu.com.au


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Apr
2
Sun
ART AS CATHARSIS SHOWCASE with ZEITGEBER (Album Launch) + WARTIME SWEETHEARTS + BRIAN CAMPEAU @ Django Bar
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm

ArtAs6pm doors, 7.30pm show

Zeitgeber launch their new album Heteronomy at this very special show.

The album is an exploration psychedelic, ambient, world and electronic music. You’ll hear hints of Balkan and African rhythms, washes of reverb-soaked textures, and instrumentation as eclectic as ‘caisa’ handpan, clarinet, didgeridoo, ‘sansula’ thumb piano, melodica, guitar and viola.

Wartime Sweethearts are a Sydney experimental pop group who draw influence from Bjork and St. Vincent in their fusion of electronic beats with lush textures and beautiful harmonies.

Brian Campeau is a progressive singer/songwriter loosely comparable to Sufjan Stevens, Thom Yorke and Jose Gonzalez. He combines virtuosic guitar work with soaring, moving vocals, and incredibly skilled composition.

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AMBRE HAMMOND & MARCELLO MAIO
Apr 2 @ 7:30 pm

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Ambre and Marcello reunite for ‘Into Oblivion’ – A captivating show built around the vibrant, haunting and very sexy music of South American composer Astor Piazzolla- known for revolutionising the Tango. Also included in their unique and exciting program is the music of Piazzolla’s contemporaries and even a dash of Debussy reworked! Ambre Hammond (Piano) and Marcello Maio (Accordion) engage you into their conversation as the romantic intensity of their musical program draws you into a world of heightened energy and tension as they go between the excitement of a frenzied Tango such as ‘Jealousy’ and the ethereal beauty of a timeless composition like ‘Oblivion’.
Ambre and Marcello will also explore the music of another much loved South American composer, Antonio Carlos Jobim. Be guaranteed a night of extreme passion and technical prowess from these two consummate musicians.

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Apr
6
Thu
RENÉE GEYER
Apr 6 @ 9:00 pm

 Renee-res 1a7pm doors, 8pm show

Renée Geyer’s past is Australian music history. Her career has spanned 4 decades & is still going strong. A precocious jazz, blues & soul singer in her late teens; Countdown royalty in her 20s; a string of pop, soul & reggae hits spanning the 70s & 80s; her LA years in the studio with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Sting, Joe Cocker & Chaka Kahn; her 90s renaissance with Paul Kelly. She is a singer, a songwriter, producer, & author. Whether in the studio or on stage, this is where Renée Geyer is home and continues to wow audiences with her remarkable voice.

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Apr
7
Fri
JOHNNY G & THE E-TYPES
Apr 7 @ 9:00 pm

JOHNNY G7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Johnny G & The E Types is Sydney’s premier soul show. Their latest Soul Revue showcases the classics from the legendary STAX recording studio in Memphis, Tennessee and FAME recording studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Dance all night to the hits of Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Wilson Picket, Eddie Floyd, Percy Sledge, Sam and Dave, Etta James & more. This explosive 9-piece band performs these hits like it’s 1967.

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Apr
9
Sun
DANIEL WELTLINGER ALBUM LAUNCH
Apr 9 @ 8:00 pm

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6.30pm doors, 7.30pm show

World renowned Berlin based violinist Daniel Weltlinger (Lulo Reinhardt, Karsten Troyke, Monsieur Camembert, Nadya’s 101 Candles Orchestra) returns to Camelot to launch his new album ‘Samoreau’.

This album concludes his trilogy of recordings celebrating the musical legacy of the influential Belgian-born, French Gypsy guitarist/composer Django Reinhardt.

Featuring a stellar lineup comprised of Aaron Flower and Cameron Jones on guitars, Edouard Bronson on horns, Marcello Maio on accordion, Daniel Pliner on piano and Stan Valacos on bass this will be Daniel’s only Sydney performance.

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Apr
19
Wed
OI DIPNOI (SICILY) @ Django Bar (After Gypsy Art Club)
Apr 19 @ 7:00 pm

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Hailing from Sicily, this charming trio draws deeply from the wells of tradition while creating a new sound full of personality.  Born from an encounter between tradition and innovation, Oi Dipnoi’s music is rooted in traditional melodies of the region, where new themes are developed and sustained by the diatonic accordion, supported by the Nakaira rhythmic section, with percussion and bass.

Master dancer Francesca Campione will be accompanying the band on this their first sojourn to Australia, enthralling you with Tarantella (traditional southern Italian folk dances).

The “dipnoi” is a metaphor for  the current music scene in Sicily:  prehistoric fish/living fossils that have adapted for survival.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see this sensational Sicilian ensemble.

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Apr
22
Sat
BORTIER OKOE (GHANA) @ Django Bar
Apr 22 @ 7:00 pm

Bortier 16pm doors, 9pm show

From Ghana, West Africa, Bortier Okoe is revered as one of the most electrifying talents in African music! His unique and irresistible music blends traditional instruments with guitar, horns, and vocals, creating a new musical force. (Ga Roots music)

Bortier recently toured and launched his latest Dzeng Sane (World Matters) album in Africa and Australia and was a highlight of last years WOMADelaide festival. You don’t want to miss out Bortier Okoe and his incredible band.

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BRAZILIAN FUNK & SOUL PARTY with 11 piece band KRIOLA COLLECTIVE
Apr 22 @ 9:00 pm

kriola 1a7.30pm doors, 9pm show

Following many amazing nights at Camelot, 10 piece Brazilian Big Band Kriola Collective return to conquer the dance floor with an explosive set of Brazilian infused Soul, Funk and Brassy Samba from the Black Rio movement.

A unique 10 piece band, ‘Kriola Collective’ features some of Sydney’s best musicians playing a snapshot of the 1970’s Black Rio Samba, Soul and Funk movement from the Carnival capital of Rio. The band’s repertoire includes a classic mix of groovy Brazilian beats from well known Brazilian artists such as Jorge Ben, Seu Jorge, Banda Black Rio, Tim Maia, Di Melo, Bebeto and Joao Donato.

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Apr
27
Thu
JOSEPH TAWADROS TRIO (UK)
Apr 27 @ 8:00 pm

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7pm doors, 8pm show

Back by popular demand, all the way from London! “One of the most impressive musicians to emerge in Australia…with a dazzling technique dispensing hair-raising tempos… his writing displays a real depth of emotion…revelling in a zest for life & celebration” (The Australian). Joining the 3x ARIA-winning Oud-player will be sublime pianist Matt McMahon (Gurrumul, Vince Jones) & James Tawadros (percussion).

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May
5
Fri
UNLOCKING THE DOORS: A TRIBUTE TO THE DOORS @ Django Bar
May 5 @ 7:00 pm

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Introducing “UNLOCKING THE DOORS” – a new Australian Showcase which is rapidly building a following throughout Sydney and the east coast of NSW. A must see outfit totally dedicated in bringing to you the true sound of Jim Morrison and the powerhouse performances of The Doors.

“UNLOCKING THE DOORS” has wasted no time in establishing a name as a showcase not to be missed.
The band consists of four Wollongong based musicians who have set out to capture the magic of Jim Morrison and band that take audiences back in time to the unique rock act that was The Doors!

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May
6
Sat
WOODSTOCK Anniversary Tribute
May 6 @ 9:00 pm

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7.30pm doors, 9pm show

The world famous Woodstock music festival took place in New York state in 1969. On its 48th anniversary, some of Sydney’s best singers and musicians will come together to celebrate songs performed by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Janis Joplin, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Canned Heat and The Band.

This is another show from Access All Eras who have brought other classic album shows to clubs and venues over the last 10 years.The Woodstock show is one of the more interesting shows covering such an eclectic range of artists, thoughtfully presented by Damien Lovelock.

Damien Lovelock – vocals
Danny Marx-Young – vocals
Tania Murray – vocals
Bernie Segedin – vocals
Gary Fredericks – guitar
Tim Wedde – keys
Dave Kirby – drums
Clive Harrison – bass

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May
11
Thu
NAOMI CRAIN + JAMES DONNELLY (DOUBLE EP LAUNCH) @ Django Bar
May 11 @ 7:00 pm

Naomi Crain and James Donnelly6pm doors, 8pm show

After a ten year hiatus, Naomi Crain has returned to the studio and brings her second studio release out into the light in this combined EP release event. Her raw and vulnerable truth-telling wears Ani Difranco’s boots, Bono’s leathers and Patty Griffin’s dresses as she walks with her audience through songs for thinking minds and feeling hearts.
Joining Naomi, to release his debut EP, is her long-time co-writer, colleague and friend, James Donnelly. James delivers a powerful acoustic presence and emotive performance. At his core, James is a songwriter who loves the craft of conveying an emotional story to his audience.

naomicrainmusic.com

james-donnelly.com

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May
18
Thu
MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW: A TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC OF O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU
May 18 @ 7:30 pm

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After selling out multiple shows, The Morrisons spectacular show ‘Man of constant sorrow; A tribute to the music from O Brother Where Art Thou’ returns to Camelot Lounge in 2017!! Paying homage to the artists and music from the films now legendary soundtrack, The Morrisons will be joined by an absolutely stellar line up of guest!!

“Constantly mixing things up with new collaborations…music of the highest quality…this crew of musicians were having a wonderful time playing such glorious tunes…with flashes of humour and a wonderful passion for the music, this gig was by far one of the best that I have attended this year” – Au Review, 2015.

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May
19
Fri
MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW: A TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC OF O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU
May 19 @ 7:30 pm

Oh Brother 7_5_15 11Thu 7pm doors, 8pm show I Fri 7.30pm doors, 9pm show

After selling out multiple shows, The Morrisons spectacular show ‘Man of constant sorrow; A tribute to the music from O Brother Where Art Thou’ returns to Camelot Lounge in 2017!! Paying homage to the artists and music from the films now legendary soundtrack, The Morrisons will be joined by an absolutely stellar line up of guest!!

“Constantly mixing things up with new collaborations…music of the highest quality…this crew of musicians were having a wonderful time playing such glorious tunes…with flashes of humour and a wonderful passion for the music, this gig was by far one of the best that I have attended this year” – Au Review, 2015.

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May
21
Sun
THE LOUNGE QUINTET @ Django Bar
May 21 @ 7:30 pm

lounge6pm doors, 7.30pm show

The Lounge Quintet is a unique beast – the love-child of Stuart Davis (best known as a choir director and Gospel singer with longtime colleague Tony Backhouse) and Guy Curd’s cool string quartet. Guy’s quartet is the go-to group these days – everyone from Michael Buble to Peking Duck have used them lately.

The Lounge Quintet will be joined by special guests Rob Maxwell-Jones (sax) and Alice Papademetriou (vocals) for a few numbers.

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