7pm doors, 9pm show
Australian hit machine Diesel has expanded his Sunset Suburbia & Hits Tour, adding new solo shows around the country. Having announced the release of 3 separate EP’s leading to an album Sunset Suburbia, Diesel will hit the road in 2020 to showcase new songs from the EP along with playing all his classic hits spanning a multi-platinum career.
The ‘SUNSET SUBURBIA &HITS’ -SOLO TOUR is coming to Camelot Lounge be sure to catch the evolution of Diesel as an artist as he rolls out Sunset Suburbia and performs a ‘best of’ collection of tracks in solo mode across the country!
7pm doors, 9pm show
The NancySinatra/Lee Hazlewood Experience returns to the Django @ Camelot!
These Boots are Made for Walking, Jackson, Summer Wine, Sugar Town, Lightning’s Girl, – the NancySinatra Lee Hazlewood Experience play them all and are exactly what their name suggests – a glamorous, entertaining re-imagining of the Sixties through the eyes of the iconic and culty Nancy & Lee.
Fronted by renowned stage, film and television actor Zoe Carides as Nancy, Scott Holmes as Lee and even former red Wiggle Murray Cook on bass, the band have already carved out a steady following among the Sydney Inner West audience. “The quintessential sound of the late 60’s……. but sporting the twenty-first century finesse of a group of seasoned musos” “sassy…sensual, haunting” (Lloyd Bradford Syke – Australian Stage)
Award winning Australian vocalist Emma Pask is heading back to Camelot!!!
Nominated for an ARIA award for Best Jazz Album, she is super excited to be hitting the road again and sharing her music with you all.
“Two Out” – a chance to catch one of Australia’s finest voices up close and personal alongside Kevin Hunt , in this beautifully intimate duo setting of voice and piano.
Award winning vocalist Emma Pask is sure to delight as she interweaves storytelling through timeless swinging jazz standards, upbeat latin rhythms, tender ballads and of course some raucous blues.
Well known for spending the last 20 years by the side of jazz virtuoso James Morrison, Emma Pask has firmly established herself one of one of this country’s favourite voices in Jazz.
“Whilst it’s fashionable to be a jazz singer these days, she’s the real thing!” James Morrison
Iconic performer, songwriter & Performer Stephen Cummings – took his bow to Australian audiences during his farewell tour at the start of 2019. Cummings was supposed to have retired after he finished touring his albums, ‘Prisoner of Love’, and 50 song collection, but he grew bored of the down time and decided to perform a limited number of acoustic shows from February to May 2020. There would be no more talk of stepping down! A new album of self-penned country blues would follow at the end of 2020. Cummings insists, “You will see me at the height of my powers, taking you on a wonderful spiritual journey you’ll never forget with my guitarist Sam Lemann.
Throughout the 90’s they enjoyed hits with “Green Limousine”, “Lost”, “Caroline”, “Slave”, “Barefoot Bride” “Memphis” and the Top 5 hit “The Weight” with Jimmy Barnes. That is the history.
Currently Michael Spiby is keeping The Badloves legacy alive and relevant with new music for today.
The moment you first hear their new single ‘Soulbrothertruckinsong’ you are immediately taken back to their trademark sound from 1993 featuring Hammond organ and Spiby’s rich soulful vocals.
The Badloves now has exactly the same authenticity Michael Spiby established in the ‘90s. Once again, welcome aboard.
Unique Sydney based 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 Brazil. The band’s repertoire includes a classic mix of groovy Brazilian beats, Funk, Soul and Bossa Jazz from the Carnival capitol of Rio.
‘Kriola Collective’ will conquer the dance floor with an explosive set of Brazilian infused Soul, Funk and brassy Samba from well known Brazilian artists such as Jorge Ben, Seu Jorge, Banda Black Rio, Tim Maia, Di Melo, Bebeto and Joao Donato.
Kriola Collective features some of Sydney’s best Funk, Soul and Brazilian players from groups such as Mucho Mambo, Jackie Orzasky, Cumbiamuffin, Kavalo, Mr. Sambasoul and performs a sizzling, seductive, and syncopated snapshot of 1970’s Brazil. They have become a crowd favourite with their fusion of Brazilian Soul, Funk, Rio Carnival Samba and Olodun.
The 10 piece MALO MALO bring their own brand of progressive salsa that is heavily inspired by the classic 1970’s Cuban, Puerto Rican and New York dance bands mixed with modern influences such as Soul/Rnb, Contemporary Jazz and Timba. Led by the Australian Danny G Felix they have just released their debut album “AUSTRALEÑO which contains their popular original recordings “El Robo”, “Tombola” “Derecho,” “Acuarela,” and “Ritmo Caliente.” Their ever growing repertoire also includes classics by the likes of Eddie Palmieri, Grupo Niche, Hector Lavoe, Ruben Blades, Celia Cruz, Ray Barretto and they are open to requests. A distinct originality enriches the latin rhythms including guaguanco, son montuno, mozambique, cha cha, son, songo and bolero.
They’ve headlined at the Sydney Salsa Palladium for the past four years, were featured at Melbourne’s Johnston Street Festival the last two last years and have toured multiple times to Colombia with special guests from Grupo Niche, Hermanos Lebron, Calibre and La Mambanegra.
Malo Malo’s bandleader and pianist/trumpetist Danny G Felix has lived and worked in Cali, Colombia “the world capital of Salsa” as a member of Orquesta Calibre and Marea Brava both with whom he has recorded some of the biggest current international salsa hits.
7pm doors, 9pm show
The Purple Doves return after a huge run of SOLD OUT shows at Camelot Lounge to celebrate PRINCE. Be ready to party to all the hits and your favourite B sides LIVE with the country’s no 1 PRINCE tribute band. 80s synth and falsetto vocal will have you partying like it’s…. Yeh, party to hits such as 1999, Kiss, When Doves Cry, Little Red Corvette, Cream and so much more Minneapolis FUNK. Be quick to secure your tickets!
7pm 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.