Mar
21
Thu
RENÉE GEYER (MELB)
Mar 21 all-day

 Renee-res 1a7pm doors, 8pm show

After a series of sold out shows last year, Renée Geyer returns to Camelot for a magical night of music!

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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TOMATO/TOMATO (CANADA) @ Django
Mar 21 all-day

tt7pm doors, 8pm show

Award-winning Canadian duo Tomato/Tomato bring their eclectic mix of folk and country to Django @ Camelot on Thursday 21st March to celebrate the release of their forthcoming album ‘Canary in a Coalmine’. Their live show includes jaw dropping multi-tasking, dynamic guitar arrangements and soaring vocal harmonies. Stitch these elements together with heartfelt songwriting and you have an unforgettable musical experience. Support TBA.

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Mar
22
Fri
JOHNNY G & THE E-TYPES: SOUTHERN SOUL REVIEW
Mar 22 all-day

Camelot March 227pm doors, 9pm show

Sydney’s premier soul show! Their latest Soul Revue showcases the classics from the legendary STAX recording studio in Memphis, Tennessee & 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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THE MABELS present THE TARANTINO EXPERIENCE @ Django
Mar 22 all-day

QUENTIN-TARANTINO7pm doors, 9pm show

Sydney favourites The Mabels bring you THE TARANTINO EXPERIENCE, songs from and inspired by the movies of Quentin Tarantino.

From Reservoir Dogs to The Hateful Eight, the iconic soundtracks of Tarantino have scored a generation of classic films and now the Mabels bring all your favourites (and some others) to the stage in a rollicking night that’ll have you on your feet and dancing like Vincent Vega and Mrs Mia Wallace.

Join The Mabels in the Django (unchained) Bar @ Camelot lounge for a wild night of love, revenge and rock and roll.

It’s guaranteed to the the Quentin-sential Tarantino night. (See what we did there?)

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Mar
23
Sat
FUNK/SOUL PARTY with BUMP CITY @ Django
Mar 23 all-day

bump city 1b7pm 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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MONSIEUR CAMEMBERT
Mar 23 all-day

TBN-_DQS6U2sBcmA1W8KMg_500_500_Max7pm doors, 9pm show

“Gloriously melodramatic, extraordinary musical prowess and breathless panache…ensemble playing at it’s finest” (The Drum).

With sensitivity, virtuosity, & astonishing energy, Triple ARIA Award-winning band Monsieur Camembert brilliantly weaves Gypsy music with other World Music styles, to create a truly original, irresistibly potent blend. Or as The Age put it, “a brazen and intoxicating blend of jazz, Gypsy Swing, Latin & East European influences. Monsieur Camembert has received standing ovations around the globe, with acclaimed performances at the Montreux Jazz Festival and the International Leonard Cohen Festival to name just a couple of highlights.

“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. Simply the best Gypsy band in the land! ” (John Shand, SMH).

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Mar
24
Sun
FOUR: A Night of Incredible Jazz
Mar 24 all-day

four7pm doors, 8pm show

AFTER A SELLOUT CONCERT IN AUGUST 2018 FOUR ARE BACK WITH A COMPLETELY NEW SHOW
A classic Collection Of Jazz Standards

Marie Wilson, Sandie White, Joy Yates, Susan-Gai Dowling, Together with Dave MacRae piano Craig Scott bass Laurie Bennett drums “If you asked me I could write a book”…..about the international achievements of these FOUR great singers.
All are accomplished performers of jazz influenced standards and together they each put their stamp on outstanding compositions drawn from the classic age of American music to the present day. Maturity has not diminished their power, probably increased it – and over decades of live performances and recordings they have contributed more than many to the history and development of jazz singing in Australia.

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MIC CONWAY with ROBBIE LONG @ Django
Mar 24 all-day

MicConawy_RobbieLong_StreetofDreams17pm doors, 8pm show

In a circus of comedy, music and magic, Mic Conway presents an hilarious array of idiosyncratic songs that will make your jaw drop, toes tap and sides split.  Audiences who know this ARIA-award winning entertainer from “Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band” and Circus Oz will be delighted by this incarnation: Mic as storyteller of tall tales and true.  He takes the stage with Robbie Long (multi-instrumentalist and Australian Flat Pick Guitar Champion). There’s magic, juggling, cavorting and that trademark tongue-in-cheek sense of humour. Stripped back, irreverent, and shameless… it’s surreal vaudeville for crooning and swooning.

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Mar
28
Thu
KATE WADEY ALBUM LAUNCH
Mar 28 all-day

Kate Wadey7pm doors, 8pm show

Kate Wadey is back at Camelot after a SOLD OUT performance last year!

Here to release her 2nd album ‘Moon Song.’ An album of beautiful Jazz Standards with unique arrangements.
Kate effortlessly explores and interprets jazz classics with a charm and sophistication that appear to come from another time and place. Kate has a gorgeously rich and warm voice, coupled with a vocal range, sophistication and innate swing that bely her youth. Imbued with emotion, yet technically masterful, these interpretations are destined to hold their own among the greats. The overwhelming response to this release and to Kate’s live appearances are cementing her place among the young musicians to be noticed in Sydney today.

Kate began singing in gospel choirs and jazz vocal ensembles as a 13 year old in Adelaide. She moved to Sydney and immediately made waves in the notoriously difficult to crack Sydney live scene as a backing singer, studio vocalist, pop vocalist, soul and Motown singer.

Recently however, she has found her way back to her jazz roots and she’s making people sit up and take notice. Kate regularly sings live and records with the cream of Australia’s current crop of extraordinary jazz musicians and composers and has rapidly gathered praise and new fans.

Backed by incredible band:

Matthew McMahon: Piano
Peter Koopman: Guitar
Samuel Dobson: Double Bass

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Mar
29
Fri
ORIENTE TRES @ Django
Mar 29 all-day

oriente tres 1a7pm doors, 9pm show

Oriente Tres, the most compact salsa band in town. Just three pieces (hence the name) this trio packs a lot of sound into such a small unit. Meaning East Three, they are a multi-tasking, dynamic combo from Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, playing both popular latin standards and Cuban style salsa.

The natty trio consists of lead singer Peruvian Richard Valdez, accompanying himself on piano and/or guitar, Tina Harris on Baby Bass and vocals, and Cuban Issac Zorzano playing his unique Cuban style bongo/percussion kit, complete with bells, blocks and guiro, as well as lending his voice and irrepressible energy. Seen rarely in the public domain, don’t miss this exciting show from this dynamic trio.

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PERRY KEYES
Mar 29 all-day

perry7pm doors, 9pm show

Singer-songwriter Perry Keyes is returning to Camelot Lounge due to unprecedented demand!

Following three sold out shows in 2018, Perry Keyes and his band return to the Camelot Lounge for 2019 to perform back to back shows on Friday March 29 and Saturday March 30. These are the last Sydney shows before Keyes takes an extended break to record the follow up to his 2018 album ‘Jim Salmon’s Lament’.

Whether it’s the ‘love among the ruins’ approach of his first album, Meter (2005); the portrayal of the disappearing inner-city working class community on The Last Ghost Train Home (2007); the songs of volatile adolescence on Johnny Ray’s Downtown (2010); or characters coming to terms with the geographic dislocation and subsequent social exclusion of Sunnyholt (2015), Keyes’ song-writing maintains a capacity for cinematic sweep whilst at the same time exhibiting intimate and detailed storytelling.

It’s a rare chance to witness Perry and his band presenting his compelling songs and stories from the heart of the inner-city.

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Mar
30
Sat
BALKAN GYPSY PARTY with NADYA & THE 101 CANDLES ORKESTRA @ Django
Mar 30 all-day

nads7pm door, 9pm show

Django will become “The tavern at the end of the Euroverse” for this huge Balkan Gypsy Party!!!

Nadya’s 101 Candles will raise the roof with a night of stomping Balkan-Gypsy firecrackers as well as some French, tango, and Italian classics thrown in in for good measure.

Nadya Golski, “a contralto of power, range and conviction…has the sort of voice that would light up a room if the power failed. . ”
(John Shand, SMH)

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PERRY KEYES
Mar 30 all-day

perry7pm doors, 9pm show

Singer-songwriter Perry Keyes is returning to Camelot Lounge due to unprecedented demand!

Following three sold out shows in 2018, Perry Keyes and his band return to the Camelot Lounge for 2019 to perform back to back shows on Friday March 29 and Saturday March 30. These are the last Sydney shows before Keyes takes an extended break to record the follow up to his 2018 album ‘Jim Salmon’s Lament’.

Whether it’s the ‘love among the ruins’ approach of his first album, Meter (2005); the portrayal of the disappearing inner-city working class community on The Last Ghost Train Home (2007); the songs of volatile adolescence on Johnny Ray’s Downtown (2010); or characters coming to terms with the geographic dislocation and subsequent social exclusion of Sunnyholt (2015), Keyes’ song-writing maintains a capacity for cinematic sweep whilst at the same time exhibiting intimate and detailed storytelling.

It’s a rare chance to witness Perry and his band presenting his compelling songs and stories from the heart of the inner-city.

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Mar
31
Sun
ARREBATO ENSEMBLE
Mar 31 all-day

arrebatto 371_CHA_SW-2-768x512a (1)7pm doors, 8pm show

Arrebato Ensemble returns to Camelot Lounge!!

Arrebato Ensemble is contemporary flamenco with edge. Led by acclaimed flamenco guitarist Greg Alfonzetti and Damien de Boos-Smith (cello and guitar), the long-time collaborators are joined by Byron Mark (cajon and percussion), and dancer Chachy Peñalver, founder and director of Sydney Flamenco School. This new line-up creates passionately moving performances combining incisive ensemble playing, masterful solos and the beauty and power of flamenco dance.

The group’s previous albums drew critical acclaim with John Shand describing that their music “moves from pure flamenco in favour of a more contemporary style, the spirit, a dramatic, sexually charged and haughty sadness, remains intact.” (SMH).

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CANTO LATINO QUARTET @ Django
Mar 31 all-day

canto Amanda-headshot-2a7pm doors, 8pm show

The dynamics of slinky tango and heart-wrenching fado, with happy dashes of spicy Mexican and Latin music … all embellished in fabulous tales from the golden eras of faraway lands …

Amanda Handel – voice

Jane Andino – piano

Gary Daley – accordion

Matt Handel – saxophones

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Apr
5
Fri
KING TIDE @ Django
Apr 5 all-day

king-tide 1a

7pm doors, 9pm show

Put on your dancing shoes! Sydney’s up-town, jamdown, roots, pop, rocksteady, reggae, gut-soul, sound…. King Tide are coming back to Django. These Aria award nominees  are Australia’s’ premier original Rock Steady Reggae gut soul band! “There is much to marvel at when rock steady royalty KingTide take the stage. From out of the fattest, deepest grooves come brooding horns, delay-warped keys and steady, muted stabs of electric guitar.” -SMH

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MONTEREY POP FESTIVAL: THE SUMMER OF LOVE
Apr 5 all-day
Monterey Pop Festival 

7pm doors, 9pm show

Celebrating the music of one of the biggest festivals in the 60’s, Damien Lovelock has put together the best and most influential songs from the bands of the era that had the greatest impact on the Festival. The Monterey Pop Festivals was a 3 day concert held on the 16th June to the 18th June in 1967. The 7000 capacity was eclipsed threefold, as the Festival took off and became a huge watershed for the counter culture just like Woodstock that happened 2 years later. The festival is remembered for appearances from Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Mammas and Pappas, Jefferson Airplane and many more. The festival became known as having sown the seeds of the Summer Of Love which would make a historical mark for more generations.

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Apr
6
Sat
COPE STREET PARADE @ Django Bar
Apr 6 all-day

cope

7pm door, 9pm show

Sydney born and bred, The Parade does love songs like no others can.

In their 10th year The Cope Street Parade are considered one of Australia’s most established high energy music ensembles. They blend spicy rhythms with unique song writing that span the genres of folk, pop, gypsy and swing. With tender ballads and rollicking dance numbers they capture the spirit and warmth of early music styles and successfully blur the lines between the contemporary and the classic. Influences include Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima, Father John Misty and Leadbelly.

The Cope Street Parade are launching their 7th studio album nationally in April 2019.

This is Australian swing music. The hot sounds of gypsy swing mixed with element of New Orleans traditional jazz meld together is a hotpot of cold beers and sunshine to create a style of music that sounds both new and old yet always uniquely Australian. Think if Django Reinhardt met Louis Armstrong in a good old country pub.

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VULGARGRAD (Melb) ALBUM LAUNCH
Apr 6 @ 9:00 pm

vulgargrad 1a7pm doors, 9pm show

Everybody’s favourite Russian criminals make their long-awaited return to Australian stages, launching their much-anticipated new album, “The Odessa Job”. The band has amassed an incredibly dedicated fan-base over the last 14 years, but for those who don’t know, VulgarGrad are a seven-piece band that play music by, for, and about Russian criminals – raw, raucous, and rude (particularly if you understand Russian).

Be prepared for a night of gun-slinging, vodka-swilling, foul-mouthed disorder, and watch out for the biggest, most triangular instrument you will ever see, the contrabass balalaika.
Experience drunken songs, inebriated waltzes, manic stomps, hot swing from the Cold War days along with punk classics of the Perestroika era.

Wear a striped top and learn to swear in Russian, and you will dance or the trumpeter will shoot you.

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Apr
7
Sun
MAGGIE FERGUSON TANGO & FRIENDS
Apr 7 all-day

_MG_97507pm doors, 8pm show

‘Tango Inferno’
Join Maggie FergusonTango & Friends in an evening of the most exciting tangos of the 20th century including Astor Piazzolla’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires and tangos of his contemporaries.

Line up:
Maggie Ferguson-bandoneon/violin
Francis Carreon-piano
Isabella Brown-double bass
Murilo Tanouye-electric guitar
With special guests
Irene Ju-violin
Paula Tennent-bandoneon
Kseniya & Craig Petersen-tango dance champions

They will thrill you, excite you and make you weep with the beauty of this celebrated art music, inscribed in 2009 on the list of ‘Intangible cultural heritage of humanity’ by UNESCO.

A show flavoured with cultural and historical anecdotes, Tango Inferno will be an unmissable evening. Book now!

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VULGARGRAD (Melb) ALBUM LAUNCH @ Django
Apr 7 all-day

vulgargrad 1a7pm doors, 8pm show

Everybody’s favourite Russian criminals make their long-awaited return to Australian stages, launching their much-anticipated new album, “The Odessa Job”. The band has amassed an incredibly dedicated fan-base over the last 14 years, but for those who don’t know, VulgarGrad are a seven-piece band that play music by, for, and about Russian criminals – raw, raucous, and rude (particularly if you understand Russian).

Be prepared for a night of gun-slinging, vodka-swilling, foul-mouthed disorder, and watch out for the biggest, most triangular instrument you will ever see, the contrabass balalaika.
Experience drunken songs, inebriated waltzes, manic stomps, hot swing from the Cold War days along with punk classics of the Perestroika era.

Wear a striped top and learn to swear in Russian, and you will dance or the trumpeter will shoot you.

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Apr
10
Wed
THE BLACK SORROWS (MELB)
Apr 10 all-day

JC7pm doors, 8pm show

Due to huge demand the Black Sorrows return to Camelot Lounge for 2 nights!

The Black Sorrows have earned the reputation as a dynamic live act. There is a level of accessibility to The Black Sorrows that can appeal to the newest of fan. At the helm, Camilleri steers the band through an energetic interplay of solid grooves and well-crafted songs that mix those well-worn ingredients of blues, soul, R&B, gospel, country and even Brill Building pop. 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 play and leave the audience feeling exhilarated”.

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Apr
11
Thu
THE BLACK SORROWS (MELB)
Apr 11 all-day

JC7pm doors, 8pm show

Due to huge demand the Black Sorrows return to Camelot Lounge for 2 nights!

The Black Sorrows have earned the reputation as a dynamic live act. There is a level of accessibility to The Black Sorrows that can appeal to the newest of fan. At the helm, Camilleri steers the band through an energetic interplay of solid grooves and well-crafted songs that mix those well-worn ingredients of blues, soul, R&B, gospel, country and even Brill Building pop. 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 play and leave the audience feeling exhilarated”.

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Apr
12
Fri
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: Jeff Duff & The Coney Island Babes present a night of Lou Reed & The Velvet Underground
Apr 12 all-day

lou7pm doors, 9pm show

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE the music of Lou Reed & The Velvet Underground Including a performance of Lou Reeds album masterpiece ‘TRANSFORMER’

starring: Jeff Duff and a killer band featuring John Encarnacao, Bill Gibson, Tim Byron and Jess Ciampa!

A gutsy and powerful night of very cool music – ground breaking music that evolved from Andy Warhol’s famed Factory in New York during the creative madness of the 60s and 70s.Lou Reed & The Velvet Underground produced the trailblazing sounds that changed the nature of popular music forever.

Jeff Duff and a killer band salute Lou Reed with a performance of the entire ‘Transformer’ album plus a raunchy set of Lou Reed/ Velvet Underground classics.

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Apr
13
Sat
BABY ET LULU
Apr 13 all-day

Baby New Photo7pm doors, 9pm show

Baby et Lulu return to Camelot with all your favourite chansons, plus a new song or two.. ARIA-Nominated Baby et Lulu is a French extravaganza seeing Abby Dobson (Leonardo’s Bride, Leonard Cohen shows) and Lara Goodridge (FourPlay, Miriam Lieberman) come together with a sterling band to bring you a selection of beautiful chansons, including Gainsbourg, Piaf, Aznavour, Camille and their own originals.

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Apr
14
Sun
EVELYNE WELTLINGER (ALBUM LAUNCH) featuring DANIEL WELTLINGER @ Django
Apr 14 all-day

IMG_21237pm doors, 8pm show

Come and enjoy this evening of beautiful music, as Evelyne regales you with material from her soulful album, “Songs of My Heart”. You will hear a variety of music – melodic Yiddish songs with Evelyne’s lyrics in French and English, evergreen classics in an exotic mix of languages, and her own expressive compositions.

Violinist virtuoso Daniel Weltlinger, visiting from Berlin, happily features in this launch, as he does on Evelyne’ s CD.

The lineup of wonderful musicians also includes –

Marcello Maio – accordion/piano
Cameron Jones – guitar
Mark Harris – bass

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Apr
18
Thu
RICCARDO TESI & BANDITALIANA (ITALY)
Apr 18 all-day

6027pm doors, 8pm show

Banditaliana celebrates its 25 years anniversary with a new album and a tour of Australia!!

With the scent of the Mediterranean sea, always a source of inspiration for their music, they are hitting with range of new songs and instrumental compositions. Music that has no borders, where tradition and innovation merge and blend together.

The quartet was founded in 1992 by Riccardo Tesi and is now one of the most famous internationally known Italian groups in the world music scene.

Original compositions, instrumental virtuosity, precious rhythmic blends and refined arrangements make up the stylistic element of the group that with its light and cheerful music has enchanted the audiences of the most important folk and world festivals.

Instigator of the rediscovery of the diatonic accordion, Riccardo Tesi revolutionised the image and vocabulary of this popular instrument by forcing the narrow boundaries of ethnic music to be included in the jazz and singer-songwriting field.

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Apr
20
Sat
THE ARETHA FRANKLIN SONGBOOK: Celebrating the Life and Music of The Queen Of Soul
Apr 20 all-day

aretha-franklin-lead (1)7pm doors, 9pm show

Due to huge demand after 3 sold out shows, this must see show returns to Camelot Lounge!

Celebrating the life and music of The Queen Of Soul in the best possible way, with Shauna Jensen and an 8 piece all star band playing classics from Aretha Franklin’s amazing catalogue. Remember the songs from her early jazz-blues numbers through to her soul-dance hits such as Respect, Chain Of Fools, Think, Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves and Freeway of Love.

Shauna Jensen has always been the biggest ever fan of Aretha Franklin and has been blessed with the ability to respectfully sing Aretha’s songs with her soulful and powerful voice. She has toured and recorded with Jimmy Barnes, Richard Clapton Powderfinger, Noiseworks. Shauna performed in the stage production of Jesus Christ Superstar..

Her voice will rock your world!

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Apr
25
Thu
EDGELARKS: Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin (UK)
Apr 25 all-day

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7pm doors, 8pm

Winners of the BBC Folk Award for “Best Duo”, Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin combine hauntingly beautiful vocal harmonies, astonishing instrumental virtuosity with genre-bending material telling tales of myth, history and legend.

Hailing from Lancashire, Phillip Henry is one of the UK’s best dobro and harmonica players. Having immersed himself in the music of the British Isles, America’s deep south and Indian classical music he specialises in lap slide techniques, drawing together these diverse influences to create a unique and captivating voice. His innovative harmonica style combines Country Blues with beat-boxing to jaw-dropping effect.

Hannah Martin is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Devon. Writing on fiddle, viola and banjo, her songs weave folklore and legends around beautiful melodies and haunting harmonies.

This extraordinary UK duo have performed at Woodford, Cygnet, Illawarra, Fairbridge and Port Fairy Folk Festivals, and Blue Mountains Music Festival to an overwhelmingly warm reception.

“Imaginative dobro, guitar and harmonica work … evocative fiddle and banjo playing and enchanting vocals.”
4.5 stars ★★★★½ ~ Tony Hillier, The Australian

“Combination of virtuosity, intensity and charisma… Subtle, atmospheric, bravely original.” – The Guardian

“A modern classic… one of the best duos on the planet.” – BBC

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Apr
26
Fri
NEVER ENDING 80’s
Apr 26 all-day

NE80s

7pm doors, 9pm show

There’s no other decade like the 80’s. It was THE era of BIG HAIR, BIG HITS, BIG FUN and the birth of MTV Unplugged

To celebrate the 30 years since MTV Unplugged graced our TV screens, Australia’s favourite 80s band presents the hits of THE BEST decade ever, Plugged and Unplugged

First Set: Stripped back & raw… the band allows the lyrics and melodies to shine as they take on all the classic 80’s hits like Careless Whisper (George Michael) Cyndi Lauper (True Colors) Take On Me (a-ha) Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bon Jovi) and Papa Don’t Preach (Madonna) and many more of your favourites in acoustic mode, showcasing just how good the songs of the 80’s really are, and why we love them so much!

Then…

Second Set: All inspired we FLICK THE PARTY SWITCH, plug in and bring the night home big time, in our famous dance party mode.

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THE SICARIOS: The Best of CCR, TOM PETTY and NEIL YOUNG @ Django
Apr 26 all-day

sicarios7pm doors, 9pm show

The best of Creedence, Neil Young, Tom Petty played by The SICARIOS, have earned the reputation for truly nailing these classic songs. Led by the irrepressible Lloyd G on vocals / drums out front, whose love and respect of these artists is evident in his captivating storytelling and intense energetic performance throughout the night. He manages to inject new layers of meaning and significance to the music and his warm, witty stage presence really makes the audience feel part of the show. And that’s not even to say how he perfectly captures the vocal timbres of Fogerty, Petty and Young.

Featuring some of the country’s finest musicians, this band will have you captivated from start to finish, and you truly won’t want the show to end.

Be quick to get your tickets, as this show will sell out.

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May
10
Fri
ROB SNARSKI ALBUM LAUNCH (THE BLACKEYED SUSANS)
May 10 all-day

ROB 20197pm doors, 9pm show

Since the release of Snarski’s acclaimed debut solo album “Wounded Bird” there’s been an album of cover songs (by request | recorded on an iphone)~ “Low Fidelity”, then the return to his beloved band The Blackeyed Susans for the album “Close Your Eyes and See” …and in-between a set of short whimsical, music and family related tales within his sweet memoir “You’re Not Rob Snarski ~ Crumbs from the Cake”.

So it makes perfect sense “Sparrow & Swan” (his second solo album) sees a gravitational pull towards the narrative, a change in direction and the song writing process. Conversation turns into song, late night tales become tunes ~ there are stories here from Brisbane cab drivers, girls from Belfast ‘74 in search of Van Morrison, football players and their protégés, relationships sparked in TABs, sightings of Robert Mitchum at Mitcham Station, a sailor in search of Helsinki …and the weather ~ there’s always the weather, the extremities ~ the sun burning a hole in the sky or snow falling upon ancient ice …and birds, what’s with the birds?

The musical palette lies somewhere between Havana and Helsinki ~ think a Cuban cigar with a licorice ice cream.

Tickets go on sale 9am, Wed 13 Feb.

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May
11
Sat
TIJUANA TAXI: A TRIBUTE TO THE TIJUANA BRASS
May 11 all-day

tijuana taxi7pm doors, 9pm show

Sipping Whisky Sours, Martinis, and Grasshoppers on a mid-sixites summer eve – these were the glory days of Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass.

TIJUANA TAXI is a natty 8 piece ensemble (with real marimba!) that evokes the mood and music of the swinging sixties, faithfully recreating 21 classics of this unique, upbeat, melodic group whose tunes became the backdrop for the 60’s and 70’s and will strike chords of deep nostalgia for baby boomers as well as intrigue and delight the next generation of kitsch-loving younger gen folks. It’s music that spans generations.
With hits such as “Spanish Flea”, “Tijuana Taxi”, “The Lonely Bull” and “A Taste of Honey”, this is the tip of the iceberg of the great body of work put out by Herb and his band.

TIJUANA TAXI is an entertainment experience not to miss!

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May
23
Thu
RICK PRICE @ Django
May 23 all-day

Rick-Price 1a7pm doors, 8pm show

Rick Price returns to Django @ Camelot for a rare intimate show.

“Price’s voice is beautifully melodic. The years since his hits ‘Heaven Knows’ and ‘Not A Day Goes By’, have given his tone greater maturity and lushness while retaining a soaring boyishness. He offers these songs with a fresh touch, they lilt and drift through the audience like saccharine kisses.” – The Music

“When I think of the very best that the Australian music industry has to offer, Rick Price and his debut album are always at the top of my list. While it has been over 25 years since I was first exposed to this exceptional album, I can say with complete honesty that it feels as fresh as the day it was released.” Mark Greentree Subject Sounds

“Whether you’re a seasoned Rick Price attendee or seeing him for the first time, Rick’s honest banter and engaging stage presence has you leaving his gig feeling like you’ve’ know him for years. When it comes to Australian male vocalists and songwriters, Rick Price deserves to be regarded among the very best.” – The Rockpit

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May
24
Fri
KATIE NOONAN
May 24 all-day

ktnoonan 7pm doors, 9pm show

5 x ARIA award winner Katie Noonan’s technical mastery and pure voice make her one of Australia’s most versatile and beloved vocalists. Katie will be exploring material from throughout her career including songs from George, Katie Noonan and the Captains, Elixir, Vanguard and her acclaimed solo albums in an intimate, stripped back setting.

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May
31
Fri
A TAPESTRY OF FIRE & RAIN: THE MUSIC OF CAROLE KING & JAMES TAYLOR
May 31 all-day

james taylor 1a7pm doors, 9pm show

A Tapestry of Fire and Rain is a genuinely moving, nostalgic concert performance – the music and legacy of Carole King and James Taylor. Two long-time friends (of more than 40 years) and collaborators, prominent Jazz singer Di Bird and Peter O’Regan capture the essence of friendship through music with their dynamic performances. They are joined in this venture by the master of guitar Steve Brien as Musical Director and Max Alduca on double bass.

Both artists have frequently been stylistically compared to Carole King and James Taylor. Now, with the same amazing onstage chemistry as those superstars, they take their audiences back in time with favourites like “How Sweet It Is,” “Carolina in My Mind,” “I Feel the Earth Move,” and of course, the incomparable, “You’ve Got a Friend.” For lovers of Carole King and James Taylor this show is a must!

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Jun
16
Sun
Z-STAR TRINITY (UK)
Jun 16 all-day

zstar 1a

7pm doors, 8pm

Intense and powerful vocals, driving beats, phenomenal musicality, strength and spirit wrapped up in whiskey swiggin’ wild shenanigans from the next dimension!!

The Z-STAR TRINITY trio comprise of Voice & Gtrs, Bass and Drums. Zee’s Australian line-up features Beck Flatt on Drums (The Red Paintings, Hussy Hicks, Blues Arcadia) and Jez Klysz on Bass (Blue Arcadia, Sunset Junkies). They’ve just taken Australia by storm with a 50-date debut tour including headline festival and venue performances in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Townsville, as well as inland shows reaching regional and Aboriginal communities. Setting stages alight with their high-octane energy and raw passion, the trio have been touted as the highlight of many a festival this winter. From the Sydney Guitar Festival, to Palm Creek Folk Festival and Bello Winter Music Festival, “Z-Star Trinity blew minds with their high energy driving rock” – Regional Arts NSW.

 

“Exhilarating to watch!”
– Indulge Magazine

“Z-STAR TRINITY thunder into action with power and force…I could feel the beat through the floorboards, lifting me up out of my seat and onto the dance floor.”
– Australian Stage

www.zstarmusic.com

more info [1305200]