Feb
2
Sat
BRING ON THE NIGHT: Celebrating the Music of STING
Feb 2 all-day

Dittmar_Sting_3714168533977pm doors, 8pm show

One of the most influential and prolific singer/song writers of his time, Sting has a body of work spanning over 4 decades. From his early days, as front man and bassist for The Police, to his stellar and long standing solo career, Sting has continued to evolve and wow fans with his diversity and raw ability to create everything from medieval madrigals to some of the most iconic pop hits of our time.

Come join us for a night celebrating the musical genius that is, Sting. —–With an all star 6 piece band including—– Glenn Cunningham (George Benson, Jimmy Barnes, Guy Sebastian) Eric Aranda (Damian Leath, Diana Rouvas) Darryl Beaton (Delta Goodrum, Jess Mauboy, Guy Sebastian) Emile Nelson (Glenn Shorrock, Taylor Dayne) Nic Jeffries (James Morrison) Warren Trout (Boy George, Keith Urban, Kylie Minogue, Jimmy Barnes)

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SONGS OF THE SIXTIES @ Django
Feb 2 all-day

Songs_of_the_60s_(1)7pm doors, 9pm show

On the 2nd of February, Sydney’s best musicians combine in a show overflowing with hits and memories. Songs of the Sixties features classics from The Kinks, Hendrix, Santana, Mamma’s & Pappas, the cream of the British invasion and many many more.

Come down to Django @ Camelot and enjoy a new show featuring the best tracks for the 60’s. The show will include Australian, British and American songs that changed the history of music forever. This salute to the Best of the 60’s will be performed some of Sydney’s best musicians directed by Damien Lovelock! The show featured at the Twilight Taronga series and takes a historical perspective on the era that really defined what soon became popular music.

Musicians include Damien Lovelock (vocals), Amanda Easton (vocals), Gary Fredericks (guitar), Tim Wedde (keys), Lloyd G (drums) and Steve Bull (bass).

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Feb
3
Sun
SUPER RATS @ Django
Feb 3 all-day

SuperRats27pm doors, 8pm show

Classic Romanian music, from Canberra. At last something sweet from the Capital!
Super Rats play lautari music, from the gypsy neighbourhoods of dusty old Bucharest. This rich tradition combines many influences: raw Balkan village folk, intricate Gypsy and Turkish music, old central-European restaurant and cafe repertoire, and even jazz. At the centre of the band’s sound is the cimbalom, a giant dulcimer with 145 strings, ably supported by accordion, violin, and double bass.

After over a decade of study in Romania with master traditional musicians, cimbalom player Tim Meyen formed Super Rats to present virtuosic, no-holds-barred music from the golden age of Romanian urban folk. Cine știe cunoaște!

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THE AEGEAN QUARTET: SONGS OF THE SEA
Feb 3 all-day

Agean

7pm doors, 8pm show

The Aegean Quartet returns to Camelot, presenting music from the Greek Islands and the coasts of Asia Minor with songs deriving from the Aegean, Ionian, Mediterranean and Black Seas.

The music will be presented in its authentic form through the use of traditional instruments such as the Accordion, string instruments such as the Violin, Guitar, Cretan Lute, Pontian Lyra, Cretan Lyra, Mandolin and percussive instruments such as the Toumberleki and Daouli.

This concert style event is set to sell out and is presented to you at Camelot Lounge due to popular demand following their sold out shows in 2018.

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Feb
6
Wed
THE CAMELART CLUB
Feb 6 all-day

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Every Wednesday night…A sketch-club – a life-drawing session – happens in the Django @ Camelot. 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

Feb
7
Thu
THE OTHER WOMAN: THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF NINA SIMONE
Feb 7 all-day

lisa schouw The Other Woman 1b

7pm doors, 8pm show

★★★★½

“For the full power of Simone’s material to be unlocked Schouw had to fleck those more feverish emotions with a profound sense of vulnerability, and this she did with such conviction that you felt it in your very marrow.” John Shand

“In a voice like dark chocolate, she wrapped vulnerability around a core of steel, her performance culminating in the bitterness, resilience and tragedy of the title song.”                                      Sydney Morning Herald

Sixty years after Nina Simone first recorded ‘My Baby Just Cares for Me’ during a mammoth 13-hour recording session at New York’s Bethlehem records, the acclaimed one-woman show ‘The Other Woman – The Life and Music of Nina Simone’ returns to Sydney’s Camelot Lounge.

Written and performed by former Girl Overboard frontwoman Lisa Schouw, The Other Woman weaves together Simone’s best-loved songs shining a new light on the legendary singer’s celebrated but troubled life. Schouw, together with Musical Director Peter Bailey, lovingly unwraps the layers to reveal Simone’s finest and darkest hours.

Arts critic John Shand wrote of the show that Schouw “immediately establishing that she understood there can be no pretending when conjuring up the spirit of Simone. This had to be about baring the truth, as raw, furious and impassioned as that might be. For the full power of Simone’s material to be unlocked, however, Schouw also had to fleck those more feverish emotions with a profound sense of vulnerability, and this she did with such conviction that you felt it in your very marrow.”

Expect to hear classics such as My Baby Just Cares For Me, House of the Rising Sun, I Loves You Porgy and Four Women. And expect to come away from The Other Woman knowing and feeling things about Simone that you may never have known or felt before.

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THE PUNCH SESSIONS with PAULA PUNCH & ACCAPONY CHOIR @ Django
Feb 7 all-day

paula punch7pm doors, 8pm show

A beautiful night of music with the Accopony Choir and Paula Punch & the Fireflys .

Paula Punch has recently returned from touring the Californian West Coast and Nashville returns to Django @ Camelo!  Her band includes Robin Gist on guitars, Catherine Golden (Bonnie Kay and the Bonafides & The Honey Bogans) on Double Bass, and Tim O’Driscoll on percussion.. Her music is hard to define – but indie folk is probably closest.

Accapony is principally an acapella choir which performs popular songs in a distinct and fun way.
With about 20 members they create a wonderful big sound with loads of personality.
Fiona Cook of the Villbillies Band leads this community choir with her fabulous energy and her steady double bass to underpin this feel good group.

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Feb
8
Fri
WHOLE LOTTA SOUL @ Django
Feb 8 all-day

whole lotta soul7pm doors, 9pm show

Whole Lotta Soul is exactly that brothers and sisters – a whole lotta GOOD TIMES with a whole lotta GREAT TRACKS that make you wanna DANCE and GROOVE and SHAKE IT LOOSE!!

Get down to songs like, Heatwave, Son of a Preacher, Rock Steady, California Soul, Natural Woman from bands like The Temptations, James Brown, Tina Turner and Stevie Wonder!!

Join Murray Cook, Lizzie Mack and their Soul Movin’ band with special guests Scott Holmes, Miss Monica “California Soul” McMahon and Groove Mamma Alannah Russack for some sultry Soul Steam!

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WOODSTOCK 50th Anniversary Tribute
Feb 8 all-day

woodstock 1a

7pm doors, 9pm show

The world famous Woodstock music festival took place in New York state in 1969. To commemorate the 50th Anniversary this iconic event, 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!

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Feb
9
Sat
BARRIO LATIN SOUL
Feb 9 all-day

Barrio Soul Camelot web jpg

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.

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TRICIA & THE GREY ZONE @ Django
Feb 9 all-day

Tricia 7pm doors, 9pm show

They’re back! After a sell out show for their last Django appearance, Tricia & the Grey Zone return with their usual eclectic mix of tunes and some new covers.

Hailing from Glasgow but with Motown infusing her huge soul voice, Tricia is backed by the Grey Zone’s punchy sound. Expect everything from blues, psychedelia to retro classics and back again. See you on the dance floor!

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Feb
10
Sun
CALLUM WYLIE EP LAUNCH @ Django
Feb 10 all-day

callum7pm doors, 8pm show

Callum Wylie has spent the last couple of years playing shows across Sydney and up and down the East coast of Australia. After a successful tour supporting the critically acclaimed Ahern Brothers, he buckled down and returned to some previously recorded songs to finish them for his second release. Working on the Central Coast with Andrew Beck at Riversong Studios, Callum Wylie was able to craft a four track EP, that is a step up from his debut Tomorrows Sun. In an effort to capture the warmth of his Americana sound, the EP was simply produced with a focus on live takes and acoustic guitar sounds with minimal intervention. The result is an honest depiction of the songs recorded, showing growth between releases. He will be launching his new EP Listen at Django Bar on February 10th.

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JANE SIBERRY (CANADA)
Feb 10 all-day

Jane7pm doors, 8pm show

Iconic and enigmatic, Jane Siberry is one of music’s most unique and gifted singer-songwriters. Blessed with a sincere integrity and emotional depth, she has released 14 studio albums, including her well-loved signature song Calling All Angels.

Jane’s songs have been covered by numerous artists, including k.d. lang with her stunning renditions of Love is Everything and the 23rd Psalm-inspired The Valley. She is recognized as a forward-thinking artist, using her creativity both in song and in how she operates in the music business. She was one of the first to set up ‘self-determined transactions’ (pwyw). She continues to explore ways to live healthily as an artist creating an online style-store, webinars, ‘Jane- takes’ (feedback for artists) and passive income streams in order to ‘keep the joy up’ and to remain aware that ‘it is a privilege to be a musician’.

She is on tour for 7 months from November 2018 until June 2019 in her home country Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the USA performing with equal enthusiasm at Carnegie Hall and living rooms around the world. janesiberry.com

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Feb
14
Thu
GREGG ARTHUR: MY FUNNY VALENTINE @ Django
Feb 14 all-day

gregg valentines7pm doors, 8pm show

GREGG ARTHUR My Funny Valentine,
Featuring Jim Pennell, Craig Scott & Michael Avgenicos.

An intimate evening with singer Gregg Arthur and master guitarist Jim Pennell performing the worlds most romantic songs.

Gregg Arthur is an international recording artist and live performer, critically acclaimed by both the press and his peers.

I love the way you sing. You have a fan in the way you phrase…it’s perfect” -Tony Bennett

“…the finest male jazz singer Australia has produced since Vince Jones” -Eric Myers. The Weekend Australian.

“Some people got it, and some people don’t. Gregg Arthur is one of the ones who does.

It’s the devilish art of being a jazz singer.” -John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald

“In my opinion he is the ultimate crooner” – Maestro Tommy Tycho AM MBE

Gregg Arthur and Camelot Lounge exclusively use Rode Microphones Australia.

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Feb
15
Fri
THE PIGS ALBUM LAUNCH
Feb 15 all-day

Presspic7pm doors, 9pm show

The Pigs – Unashamedly hillbilly, Outrageously entertaining

“The musical outrage that is The Pigs!” – Richard Glover (ABC Sydney)

THE family that plays together, stays together and bluegrass band, The Pigs, are living proof as they prepare to unleash their first all original album on the world. Having played music together in the hillbilly mountains of Australia for many years, some say hundreds of years, The Pigs decided in 2004 to come from the remotest corners of the outback to form the band in Sydney. Once the word got around that the family band had gone public with their brand of bluegrass, they were unstoppable and the fans came trotting in.

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Feb
16
Sat
IRELAND ROCKS: CIARAN GRIBBIN @ Django
Feb 16 all-day

ireland7pm doors, 9pm show

Ireland Rocks is an innovative new show fronted by former INXS singer and Grammy nominated songwriter, Ciaran Gribbin. Highlighting the legendary songs from some of Ireland’s best known artists the show features songs from: The Pogues, U2, The Cranberries, Van Morrison, The Undertones, The Script, The Corrs, The Frames, Ash, The Dubliners, The Chieftans, Sinead O’Conner, Snow Patrol, Christy Moore, Thin Lizzy, The Sawdoctors, Damien Rice.

You’ll enjoy an engaging journey from the haunting songs and traditional melodies of old Ireland through to the modern pop and rock era of today. With an accomplished group of talented musicians, Ireland Rocks is a spectacular high energy show with unique song arrangements achieved by blending traditional Irish instruments such as the Bohdran, Accordion and Fiddle with loud rock Guitars, Bass and Drums.

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Feb
17
Sun
GEORGE DOUKAS & THE D-STRINGS ALBUM LAUNCH
Feb 17 all-day

george doukas money-shot-outside 1 thin7pm doors, 8pm show

After a year and a half on the road performing, George Doukas brings his 9 piece ensemble to Camelot Lounge to launch their brand new album– Synergies..

“Greek music with a classic twist”! The D Strings is an ensemble which combines the velvet sound of the string quartet with the edgy tones of bouzouki and baglama. Mix that with two vocals, piano and a rhythm section and you have a sound which is truly unique.

They will be performing tracks from the album as well as other material. The album is a compilation of original music, traditional Greek, Rembetika and even a taste of Gypsy Jazz (Greek style). You can listen or you can dance – the choice is yours. Either way, you can be assured of a memorable evening.

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MUSIC OUT OF THE FRAME @ Django
Feb 17 all-day

music out7pm doors, 8pm show

Come an imerse yourself in a colourful mix of musical genres including traditional Ukrainian folk, contemporary classics, medieval ballads, ethno-fusion, motives influenced by Irish, Latin American and Russian music and more. If you want to listen to unusual and exotic musical instruments such as bandura, futujara, vargan and dukllar we welcome you to the “Music out the frame” concert featuring Australian-Russian band VGmates and Larissa Kovalchuk.

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Feb
19
Tue
AMIRA MEDUNJANIN & ANTE GELO
Feb 19 all-day

Amira

7pm doors, 8pm

Amira Medunjanin is a renowned performer of “Sevdalinke”, which is the name for Bosnian love songs. This year she is touring Australia alongside guitarist Ante Gelo and will be showcasing their unique style.

The sevdalinke (sevdah songs) she learned from her mother were the most beautiful of songs. Her fascination with the oral tradition of Bosnia and Herzegovina led her to devote herself to creating a unique voice within sevdah to explore its expressive capacity to the full. She had spent years searching in vain for to find people who shared her ideas about sevdah, and for the best way to present it.

Dubbed “Bosnia’s Billie Holiday” by music journalist and author Garth Cartwright, the comparison reflects the way in which Amira turns sevdah inside out, finding new contexts and forms within a tradition that is hundreds of years old.

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Feb
20
Wed
MELANIE OXLEY & CHRIS ABRAHAMS
Feb 20 all-day

melandchris-photo-1a7pm doors, 8pm show

The music of Melanie Oxley and Chris Abrahams gently unfolds before you as classic. Lyrically thoughtful, playful and clever, musically deceptively simple. Abrahams extraordinary talent reveals itself in every facet of every song while Oxley’s voice continues to uplift and beguile. Extraordinary. Mel and Chris are currently working on a new album to be recorded soon….so be ready for lots of new music from these two amazing musicians.

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Feb
21
Thu
EMMA PASK
Feb 21 all-day

Emma Pask7pm doors, 8pm show

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

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SOUNDTRAK feat. BEN WALSH & SHENZO GREGORIO @ Django
Feb 21 all-day

soundtrak7pm doors, 8pm show

This unique duo comprises of Benjamin Walsh (drums) and Shenzo Gregorio (strings) who between them have had a hand in an incredible array of unique music in Australia and Internationally such as… The Bird, Circle Of Rhythm, Four play string quartet, Tom Tom Crew, Scotch and Soda Orkestra of the Underground And Backbone…

“Music To An Invisible Film” is not only a fantastic description of their music but also the title of the debut album..which features an array of bizarre and wonderful instruments some hand made entirely by Ben others appropriated and adapted to Shenzo virtuosity.

6 bizarre string instruments are tapped plucked and bowed masterfully to conjure hidden sounds you never thought possible. The same formula follows for Ben. If you haven’t seen him perform over the last 20 years his bizarre hand built percussive palette has been his trademark, and Soundtrak features a warped drum kit of his creation that is capable of incredibly dynamic and rich textures. Two Australian musical mavericks that make sound that feels like it’s heavily anchored in ancient cultures, but it’s strangely not at all – it’s refreshingly unique. Improvised, and rich in classical sensibilities, they throw rhythmic and melodic ideas around like a hot potato between them every performance, challenging each other’s limits and allowing the audience a glimpse into the obscure music that resides inside their minds.
It’s not jazz, or folk, classical or world, it’s a soundtrack to our world as it is now – a melting pot of countless influences, beautifully complex and impossible to predict or define.

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Feb
22
Fri
THE AUDREYS
Feb 22 all-day

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7pm doors, 9pm show

At the end of 2018, live favourites and multiple ARIA award winners The Audreys completed a sell-out national tour . They are now coming back ti Camelot Lounge in February 2019 pawning their very hearts for rock and roll.

http://www.theaudreys.com.au
https://www.facebook.com/theaudreys
https://www.youtube.com/user/TheAudreysMusic

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THE ZARB BROTHERS @ Django
Feb 22 all-day

zarbros7pm doors, 9pm show

Brother duo Matt and Pauly Zarb have a fantastic story.
The brothers grew up west of Sydney where they both honed their crafts to become the singing, songwriting multi instrumentalists that they are today.

After winning folk album of the year way back then they just hit the road and landed themselves in Kentucky USA where they both lived toured and recorded for 6 years straight.

Since then Pauly moved to the UK where he lives and performs from and is returning to Australia
to play a string of gigs with his brother Matt. This is a show not to miss as they will take you on a very musical entertaining ride that spans a lifetime from being kids playing music to men that have so much music to share with anyone who is lucky enough be there.

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Feb
23
Sat
MARSALA
Feb 23 all-day

marsala-2b7pm doors, 9pm show

A party like no other with dance music from Africa, Cuba, The Balkans, Russia, Spain, France, Italy, with styles ranging from wild Eastern European Gypsy music to Cuban Salsa and Zimbabwe township tunes.

“For two decades Marsala has been turning music from all around the world into one repertoire, and people from around the world into one audience.”

“Every groove was somewhere between vibrant and irresistible, and virtually every solo raised the stakes of its host song, whether it was Khusid’s diamond-edged trumpet blazing on Dark Eyes or Stojcevski’s machine-gun alto on Wedding Cocek. For 140 minutes this was music as art and for dancing all at once; music for going a little crazy. And the community that goes crazy together sticks together.” John Shand SMH

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THE CYRIL B. BUNTER BAND + THE DARREN JACK BAND @ Django
Feb 23 all-day

Django bar7pm door, 9pm show

The Cyril B. Bunter Band makes a return to the Django Bar with a Double Header Show with Darren Jack and his Band for a night of Powerhouse Blues and The Real Good Boogie In the 70s and 80s, The Cyril B. Bunter Band was truly a rite of passage for countless Oz Blues fans, and signified Good Times. And now in the 21st Century, they’ve brought back that Real Good Boogie …

Multi- award – winning Blues artist, Darren Jack’s performances have exhilarated audience for twenty years. Original powerhouse Rock`n’ Blues, his signature trademark, Jack took out 5 Australian Blues Music Awards for his album Better Place released in 2011, has won the Sydney Blues Challenge 2012 and 2014.

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Feb
24
Sun
ALMA ORQUESTRA
Feb 24 all-day

sancha7pm doors, 8pm show

Drawing inspiration from Fado and folk tunes of the Iberian Peninsula and navigating the seas to Cape Verde and Brazil, Alma Orquestra will take you on a soulful journey from traditional to modern and original Portuguese song. Beautiful melodies, captivating rhythms, stunning improvisations – Alma’s irresistible music moves listeners to join them in joyful song and dance every time.

Alma Orquestra wowed viewers when they starred in SBS’s Destination Flavour Eurovision with Adam Liaw earlier this year. This spectacular five-piece ensemble features Sydney’s stunning songstress/violinist Mandie Vieira, alongside fellow Portuguese-Australian saxophonist extraordinaire Loretta Palmeiro and a stellar rhythm section in guitarist Jeremy Sawkins, bassist Hannah James and drummer Mike Quigley.

Bringing you the sweetest sounds of Portugal and more, Alma will appease all “saudades”.

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ELLA HOOPER (KILLING HEIDI)
Feb 24 all-day

Ella7pm doors, 8pm show

Ella Hooper – singer and multimedia queen at large – is carving out some time to tour her new music in trio mode this March, playing songs from her intense, acclaimed double EP, ‘Venom / New Magic’

‘The most disarming and profound statement of Hooper’s career– Venom/New Magic, A buzzing, creaky tapestry of tunes that veers from punky New Wave bursts to creepy Bad Seeds-esque lurches’ – Rolling Stone

Playing intimate, resonant rooms Ella is packing two thirds of her New Magic band – synthesiser, electric guitar and occasional percussion to dress the combination of warm retro pop and scathing singer-songwriter folk. Topped off with harmonies that chill and swell in unorthodox ways, the small scale set up still packs a punch.

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Feb
27
Wed
VIKA & LINDA (SOLD OUT!!!)
Feb 27 all-day

vikalinda21a (1)7pm doors, 8pm show

For 30 years, the glorious voices of Vika and Linda Bull have comprised one of the most distinctive, versatile and emotionally charged sounds on the Australian music landscape. Since their multi- platinum conquest of pop radio with the Black Sorrows in the late 1980s, the sisters have forged diverse pathways into soul, gospel, blues, country and the island music of their Tongan ancestry.

By turns tender and powerful, their rich solo vocals and instinctive harmonies have spawned eight albums of their own, as well as illuminating studio and concert performances by Paul Kelly, Rockwiz, C.W. Stoneking, Deborah Conway, Kasey Chambers and many more. Their invitation to join Joe Camilleri’s Black Sorrows ushered in that band’s most successful era: Hold Onto Me, Harley and Rose and Better Times were all triple-platinum albums between ’88 and ’92, and the sisters’ prominent vocals captivated massive audiences, here and worldwide.

Don’t miss these rare intimate shows as Vika & Linda make their Camelot Lounge debut!

Tickets on sale Thursday 23th August at 10am.

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Feb
28
Thu
VIKA & LINDA (SOLD OUT!!!)
Feb 28 all-day

vikalinda21a (1)7pm doors, 8pm show

For 30 years, the glorious voices of Vika and Linda Bull have comprised one of the most distinctive, versatile and emotionally charged sounds on the Australian music landscape. Since their multi- platinum conquest of pop radio with the Black Sorrows in the late 1980s, the sisters have forged diverse pathways into soul, gospel, blues, country and the island music of their Tongan ancestry.

By turns tender and powerful, their rich solo vocals and instinctive harmonies have spawned eight albums of their own, as well as illuminating studio and concert performances by Paul Kelly, Rockwiz, C.W. Stoneking, Deborah Conway, Kasey Chambers and many more. Their invitation to join Joe Camilleri’s Black Sorrows ushered in that band’s most successful era: Hold Onto Me, Harley and Rose and Better Times were all triple-platinum albums between ’88 and ’92, and the sisters’ prominent vocals captivated massive audiences, here and worldwide.

Don’t miss these rare intimate shows as Vika & Linda make their Camelot Lounge debut!

Tickets on sale Thursday 23th August at 10am.

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Mar
1
Fri
DIESEL SOLO: GIVE ME SATURDAY NIGHT TOUR
Mar 1 all-day

Diesel7pm doors, 9pm show

While still in his teens, American born guitarist/singer Mark Lizotte was snatched from his bar band in Perth and launched on to the Australian charts as the leader of Johnny Diesel and the Injectors. A career was born and now some 30 years later Diesel is still rocking Saturday nights around the nation.

Diesel is celebrating 30 years in music with a newly curated collection of songs. The new album Diesel 30 – The Greatest Hits is out now and features 14 Top 40 hits, including Tip Of My Tongue, Come To Me and Soul Revival… plus the new song, Give Me Saturday Night.

Continuing to light up Saturday Nights on this special 30th anniversary tour, Diesel has now added a bunch of solo shows to his Give Me Saturday Night National Tour. Don’t miss Diesel performing a ‘best of’ collection of tracks in solo mode at Camelot Lounge!

Tickets go on sale 9am, Tuesday 2nd October!!!

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Mar
2
Sat
DREY ROLLAN: TRIBUTE TO WILLIE DIXON @ Django
Mar 2 all-day

 willie7pm doors, 9pm show

Join Drey Rollan and crew for a musical experience that cuts right to the heart of one of the founding fathers of the Chicago blues.

Willie Dixon’s songs have been recorded by countless musicians in many genres as well as by various ensembles in which he participated. A short list of his most famous compositions includes “Hoochie Coochie Man”, “I Just Want to Make Love to You”, “Little Red Rooster”, “My Babe”, “Spoonful”, and “You Can’t Judge a Book by the Cover”. These songs were written during the peak years of Chess Records, from 1950 to 1965, and were performed by Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Little Walter, and Bo Diddley; they influenced a generation of musicians worldwide.

Dixon was an important link between the blues and rock and roll, working with Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley in the late 1950s. His songs have been covered by some of the most successful musicians of the past sixty years including Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix. Jeff Beck, Cream, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and Steppenwolf all featured at least one of his songs on their debut albums, a measure of his influence on rock music.

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MARDI GRAS MAMBO with MUCHO MAMBO!!!
Mar 2 all-day

Mardi Gras Mambo copy

7pm doors, 9pm show

Celebrate New Orleans Mardi Gras 2019 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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Mar
3
Sun
ALEJANDRO ESCOVEDO (MEXICO/USA) & TIM ROGERS (YOU AM I)
Mar 3 all-day

aj7pm doors, 8pm show

Recipient of the AMERICANA MUSIC ASSOCIATION’S LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, the Austin Music Award’s TOWNES VAN ZANDT SONGWRITER AWARD and NO DEPRESSION magazine’s ARTIST OF THE DECADE, the legendary Mexican-American singer-songwriter will tour on back of acclaimed new immigration-themed album The Crossing.

Alejandro Escovedo is one of the most acclaimed songwriters of his generation. His songs have been recorded by the likes of Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle, Ryan Adams, Cowboy Junkies, andCalexico, and he’s shared stages with everyone from Bruce Springsteen to John Prine to REM’s Peter Buck to the Velvet Underground’s John Cale. Legendary Bowie and T.Rex producer Tony Visconti has produced three of his albums.

A troubadour-like figure with an ever-expanding clutch of classic and evocative songs, Alejandro Escovedo first came to attention in Australia as a member of Austin-based-based alt-country rock pioneers, Rank & File, whose Slash Records debut Sundown found a home in many Australian record collections in the early ‘80s cowpunk days.

Joining him on guitar is Australia’s own Tim Rogers!!!

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DAOIRÍ FARRELL (IRELAND) @ Django
Mar 3 all-day

Daoirí Farrell7pm doors, 8pm show

Singer and bouzouki player Daoirí (pronounced ‘Derry’) Farrell is described by some of the biggest names in Irish folk music as one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years. Six months after releasing the album ‘True Born Irishman’ Daoirí won two prestigious BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2017 for Best Newcomer, and Best Traditional Track and performed live at the awards ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Since then he has toured twice to the UK, and played at festivals in Australia, Canada, the UK, Belgium, Denmark and more. In February 2018 he toured with the all-star Transatlantic Sessions in major venues across the UK. The follow-up to ‘True Born Irishman’ was in spring 2018.

‘An album that could yet prove to be one of the most significant Irish releases of recent years.’ **** Songlines

‘Daoirí is one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade’ Dónal Lunny

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Mar
4
Mon
ALEJANDRO ESCOVEDO (MEXICO/USA) & TIM ROGERS (YOU AM I)
Mar 4 all-day

aj7pm doors, 8pm show

Recipient of the AMERICANA MUSIC ASSOCIATION’S LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, the Austin Music Award’s TOWNES VAN ZANDT SONGWRITER AWARD and NO DEPRESSION magazine’s ARTIST OF THE DECADE, the legendary Mexican-American singer-songwriter will tour on back of acclaimed new immigration-themed album The Crossing.

Alejandro Escovedo is one of the most acclaimed songwriters of his generation. His songs have been recorded by the likes of Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle, Ryan Adams, Cowboy Junkies, andCalexico, and he’s shared stages with everyone from Bruce Springsteen to John Prine to REM’s Peter Buck to the Velvet Underground’s John Cale. Legendary Bowie and T.Rex producer Tony Visconti has produced three of his albums.

A troubadour-like figure with an ever-expanding clutch of classic and evocative songs, Alejandro Escovedo first came to attention in Australia as a member of Austin-based-based alt-country rock pioneers, Rank & File, whose Slash Records debut Sundown found a home in many Australian record collections in the early ‘80s cowpunk days.

Joining him on guitar is Australia’s own Tim Rogers!!!

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Mar
7
Thu
BELLY OF A DRUNKEN PIANO: Stewart D’Arrietta performs the music of Tom Waits
Mar 7 all-day

drunken7pm doors, 8pm show

BELLY OF A DRUNKEN PIANO is a passionate, demented and intense rock journey through Tom Waits’ rich catalogue of music, mining some of Waits’ most memorable hits—from Martha and The Piano Has Been Drinking to Big in Japan and Hold On. Drawing on his personal experiences, as well as Wait’s vast musical history, D’Arrietta adds new dimension to the music, as he shares his personal love affair with the ‘prince of melancholy’s’ brilliant songs. Waits’ colourful misfits come to life in this powerful, poignant and innovative show.

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Mar
8
Fri
THE LACHY DOLEY GROUP ALBUM LAUNCH
Mar 8 all-day

lachy doley

7pm doors, 9pm show

Launching their 5th Studio Album ‘The Greatest Blues’

Dubbed the Jimi Hendrix of the Hammond Organ, Lachy Doley is the most celebrated Blues/Soul/Rock Organ player in the world today. Alongside powerhouse drummer Jackie Barnes and Joel Burton on bass, The Lachy Doley Group are an super energetic Soul/Blues force that performs as if their lives depend on it.

The Lachy Doley Group are an Australian band that’s almost entirely build their worldwide following on the reputation of their live show. MESMERISING, PASSIONATE, ENERGETIC, ENGAGING, VIRTUOUS, REMARKABLE.

‘Make’s you feel good the way he play’s that Clavinet’ – BOOTSY COLLINS (Parliament, Funkadelic)

‘Lachy Doley is the greatest living organ player in the world today’ – GLENN HUGHES
(Deep Purple)

‘No one plays like Lachy. He is amazing’ – JIMMY BARNES (Cold Chisel)

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Mar
9
Sat
BABY ET LULU
Mar 9 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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Mar
10
Sun
FAY SUSSMAN & THE KLEZMER DIVAS
Mar 10 all-day

Klezmer-Divas-featuring-Fay-Sussman 1a7pm doors, 8pm show

Klezmer Divas are one of the most creative and exciting  Klezmer bands on the Sydney scene. This intoxicating combination of music is played in a harmonic minor, taking you on a journey through the 1930’s swing era of jazz, Gypsy, tango, waltz, with a Klezmer Yiddish flavour, incorporating beautiful Eastern European melodies.
The sound of Fay Sussman’s soulful and emotive singing, is comparable to the Berlin cabaret of Marlene Dietrich.

The Klezmer Divas are Fay Sussman, Anatoli Torjinski, Eddie Bronson, John Maddox, Philippe Wittwer and Phil Marks.

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Mar
12
Tue
YOHAI COHEN QUINTET
Mar 12 all-day

46061883_10156892229882276_8890334255473754112_o7pm doors, 8pm show

Internationally renowned oud player, vocalist and percussionist, Yohai Cohen returns to Australia to perform at the 2019 WOMADelaide (and Camelot!!!). He performs Moroccan Andalusian and cha’abi (popular) music in Hebrew and Arabic.

In June 2017, Yohai Cohen officially launched his new Quintet, a Moroccan Jewish music project with sold out concerts in Melbourne and Sydney, captivating crowds with an exciting range of energising, foot-stomping songs of celebration, melancholy hymns and outstanding musicianship. Improvisation plays a key part in their animated and vivid performance.

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Mar
14
Thu
GABY MORENO (Guatemala)
Mar 14 all-day

ILUSION ALBUM COVER ART

7pm doors, 8pm show

Gaby Moreno is a captivating vocalist and songwriter originally hailing from Guatemala. She is an Emmy nominee and Latin Grammy winner who has released 4 solo records internationally. Her latest album “Ilusión” received a 2017 Grammy nomination for Best Latin Pop Album. She has toured with Tracy Chapman, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Ani DiFranco, Punch Brothers, Milk Carton Kids and Calexico, and has shared stages with the likes of Bono, Andrea Bocelli and Van Dyke Parks.

Gaby has collaborated with Van Dyke Parks to create an orchestral album that will be released this Fall. The album also features Jackson Browne, Jim Keltner, Ry Cooder. Over the past three years, Moreno has toured Australia as part of the Celebrating David Bowie extravaganza, as a featured member of Hugh Laurie’s Copper Bottom Band and as co-lead singer of the critically acclaimed vocal group The SongBirds.

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Mar
15
Fri
STEVE BALBI + VIXEN STRINGS
Mar 15 all-day

Steve Balbi - Photo by Vincent Stone7pm doors, 9pm show

By popular demand, Steve Balbi strides to the crease and takes guard for the first time in 2019, at the Camelot Lounge on Friday 15 March!

The year 2018 was momentous for composer, performer and producer, Steve Balbi, for so many reasons. In April he recorded the single ‘Winners’ with Jessica Irwin, which was a world first release using Psykinetic’s ground breaking eye-control music software, Atmosphere.

Three months later, Balbi composed and produced the new Fox Test Cricket Theme. Orchestrated by George Ellis and recorded with members from the Sydney Symphony, this new theme promises to become profoundly entrenched within the Australian consciousness throughout the 2018/19 summer, just as Channel Nine Test Cricket theme has been an iconic symbol of the Australian summer for the past 40 years.

Of course, on October 26, casting a renewed focus upon the notion humanity, in riff and verse, he released his first single in more than three years, ‘Modern Love’, which debuted at #3 on the iTunes Rock Chart.

Having secured a support spot with Midnight Oil at the Bid Red Bash in Birdsville in July, the tone ‘n’ rhythm has been set for an equally remarkable 2019. Balbi’s last trip to Camelot sold out. So don’t miss out this time ‘round, as the creative chameleon mines a kaleidoscope of life at the margins, transcending rock and pop while coalescing sentimentality and soul at Camelot Lounge on Friday 15 March, 2019.

Opening the night is Vixen Strings!

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Mar
17
Sun
KAREN LEE ANDREWS + JAY POWER
Mar 17 all-day

KLA7pm doors, 8pm show

Karen Lee Andrews (formerly Ms Murphy) has reconnected with her guitar, hitting new strides and a new style, which can only be described as Oceanic Blues. And now this proud Polynesian woman of soul is back with her own original music and new EP. Her sound is an exceptional blend of American Blues and Soul. The roots of the sound are gritty guitar, glowing valves, lush tremolo and deep reverb in a distinctively fluid Oceanic expression. This commanding woman of soul is back and the depths of her voice unlimited. She is fast becoming a festival favourite, but on Sun 17th March she will be at the Camelot Lounge with her world class band – Adam Ventoura on bass and Yanya Boston on drums.

“One of the most original and dignified talents to emerge in Australian Entertainment in a long time. She manages to be both imperial yet vulnerable.”
Paul Sheehan, Sydney Morning Herald

The name ‘Power’ describes her work perfectly. Driven by hip-hop inspired beats, straight up lyrics and a big voice. Rhythm is where Jay is most comfortable, layering melodies over beats your body won’t want to ignore. Her love for lush vocals shows in her arrangements, filled with the harmonies and beauty that comes from an artist who lives to sing. She is joined by experienced RnB guitarist, Mikey Chan. Chan has lent his formidable talent to heavyweights like Grammy award-winning Hip-Hop producer M-Phazes, Roots Manuva and Kimbra.

“Jay Power is just the right blend of sass and soul. She’s definitely got substance.”
The Advertiser

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Mar
21
Thu
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
Mar 22 all-day

JOHNNY G7pm 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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Mar
23
Sat
MEXICAN PARTY WITH VICTOR VALDES MARIACHI BAND
Mar 23 all-day

VICTOR 5A7pm doors, 9pm show

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! Trumpets, violins, the works – this will be a tequila-fuelled night to remember! 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, as he performs with his Mexican Mariachi Band!

A walking encyclopedia of Latin music past and present, Victor has redefined the harp as a solo and lead instrument in a multitude of musical contexts. He’s played with everyone from Angus & Julia Stone and Los Lobos to Jimmy Barnes, and appeared on folk, world music, rock and blues festival stages Australia-wide.

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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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Mar
29
Fri
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
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
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
10
Wed
THE BLACK SORROWS
Apr 10 all-day

Black7pm doors, 8pm show

Due to huge demand the Black Sorrows return to Camelot Lounge!

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
Apr 11 all-day

Black7pm doors, 8pm show

Due to huge demand the Black Sorrows return to Camelot Lounge!

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
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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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

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