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The Strides

The Strides are a new force for Reggae music. Fronted by roots man Ras Roni from Barbados via London, Fijian LTL GZeus and Sierra Leonian Blacker C, The Strides deliver a musical experience that is as powerfully explosive as it is authentic.

With three acclaimed albums already under their belt, a European label signing, festival appearances across the country and having graced the stage with the likes of Third World, Julian Marley, Tony Allen and Groundation, The Strides’ music faithfully builds on the foundations of classic roots reggae with a hip-hop edge, forging a sound that brings together modern dance hall, dub beats and reggae-pop.

The Strides have forged a truly global sound melding a diversity of cultures and instrumentation under the one universal consciousness.

Nathan Flint

Nathan Flint is a local musician born in Wollongong, his musical career started at the age of 5 learning the Violin under Suzuki method, at the age of 14, Nathan began to learn the guitar and was lead singer throughout his high school years in a band with friends called Plumbers Crack. Following high school Nathan studied Musical Theatre at the Australian Institute of Music, Surry Hills, Sydney performing the role of Tobias in Sweeney Todd the musical and also pursuing a solo career playing gigs at Pubs, Clubs and functions and events. 

In 2015 Nathan recorded his first album called "Stay Here" where he played all of the instruments on the work which included Vocals, Guitar, Violin, Drums/percussion, Bass and Piano, this debut album saw Nathan play gigs through NSW, QLD, NT, ACT and Queenstown New Zealand.Nathan is heading over to the United States of America in Decemebr 2017 to play gigs in New York City and California LA with the release of "Ï THINK I KNOW MY WAY" and is very excited for the experience. 

It has been a great pleasure for Nathan  to have worked with so many talented local musicians on this work and is very proud of what they have created as a team, the musician's include Jessica Brooker (Jess Brooker Music, Adrian "Red"Herbert (Reddog Drum), Ben Davies (Silver Sound recording studio) also sound engineer for both albums recorded at Silver Sound recording studio, Jesse Cleal and Kane Dennelly (19-Twenty) as well as his talented support acts Kate Cillekens and Joshua Burgh Music.

DOORS OPEN AT 7PM

The Kava Kings, Elke and the Jandel and Tay Plain

Hailing from the south of Sydney, The Kava Kings bring a fresh new sound with their loose mash up of Gypsy, Rock, Reggae and Dub. Within two years, The Kava Kings have been headlining shows all over the country and their highly energetic performances have helped them earn a solid reputation. Amongst these shows they have played with many great International and Australian acts such as Mat McHugh and the Beautiful Girls, OKA, The Skatalites, Ash Grunwald, Bobby Alu and many more. Over the last two years, the lads have played 6 tours of the country and have released two EP’s, which both received Triple J airtime.

DOORS OPEN AT 7PM

George Michael Relived

George Michael Relived” is an electrically charged show which covers all of the great George Michael eras taking you on a journey from the early years of Wham through to today.

George Michael Relived performs the songs we all know and love such as: Faith, Careless Whisper, Fast Love, Outside, Last Christmas, Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go, I’m Your Man, Freedom and Everything She Wants, to name just a few.

A fantastic musical experience performing the best of singer songwriter George Michael from the 80s and spanning the last 3 decades. George’s music is iconic and his songs are recognised all over the world.

Presented by Smooth Jazz Australia who have introduced us to Men of Soul, Ladies of Soul, The Unforgettable Experience, George Benson/Al Jarreau Experience, 80’s Dance Grooves and others are preparing the dance floor and giving it up to the music of George Michael.

With the recent loss of George Michael, his music is more moving, than ever. These songs have stayed within our hearts and our minds.

Featuring tight harmonies from some of Sydney’s best singers and a killer band, this will be a Funky Saturday night to remember.

So get ready to dance and sing along to all your favourite songs.

Hey your just to funky for me!

DOORS OPEN AT 7PM

SEVEN SUNS (All Ages)

Its been 12 months since Seven Suns last played their debut sold out gig at the Heritage Hotel and due to overwhelming public demand they’ve finally announced a return show.

These local boys formed in 2016 and although they don’t like to be pidgeon holed into any type of genre, when needed would call themselves Modern Grunge with a splash of 70’s Rock. Their song lyrics and all over vibe has been inspired by a variety of artists such as Led Zeppelin, Nirvana and Violent Soho as well as experiences from their personal life.

Belying their young age of 15 Seven Suns are renowned for their energetic killer live shows. Playing to packed and sold out shows at many of NSW’s leading music venues Seven Suns are an act definitely worth catching and a band to keep firmly planted on your musical radar.

With support acts Kimono Pool and The Traks combined with Seven Suns this show will be THE place to be this June Long Weekend.


UNDER 18'S MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN. ID MUST BE SHOWN BEFORE ENTRY.

Legendary American Blues Guitarist Chris Cain

Chris Cain's jazz-tinged, blues soaked guitar and deep, warm vocals have the maturity and authenticity of bluesmen many years his senior. His expressive style is the result of a lifetime of study and the relentless pursuit of music mastery. His passion and intensity are a blend of his mother's Greek ancestry and his father's soulful black heritage.   Cain was raised on stories of his father's childhood upbringing on Memphis' Historic Beale Street and attended his first B.B King concert at the tender age of three. Blues music played continuously on the home stereo and family outings were often trips to concerts.
Cain recalls, "I remember when I was a kid, my Dad would be mowing the lawn with the stereo blasting Muddy Waters. When I look back, that was pretty cool! There was always music playing at our house, Ray Charles, B.B. King, Freddie King, Albert King, all the greats."  At the age of eight, Cain taught himself to play guitar and began playing professionally before he was eighteen. Chris studied music at San Jose City College, and was soon teaching jazz improvisation on campus. Over the next twenty years, Cain would also master piano, bass guitar, clarinet, alto and tenor saxophone. The combination of his blues upbringing and his jazz studies melded to form the searing guitar style that sets Chris Cain apart and has moved him to the top ranks of the blues music scene.   Cain's debut recording, Late Night City Blues (Blue Rock'it Records-1987) garnered four W.C. Handy Blues Award nominations, including Guitarist of the Year.
" Dan Forte of Guitar Player wrote, "An impressive debut album by a top notch guitarist." Cain's next two releases; "Cuttin Loose" (Blind Pig Records-1990) and "Can't Buy a Break" (Blind Pig Records-1992) collected a long list of awards and accolades. In August of 1995 Blind Pig released "Somewhere Along the Way" his 4th compilation of his unique brand of original music sophisticated blues, funk, jazz and gospel.   In 2003 Patrick Ford produced Chris's latest CD, "Hall Of Shame" (Blue Rock'it Records-2003). "...this is now the sixth Chris Cain solo release I have produced, not to mention his work with me on projects like the Ford Blues Bands' "In Memory Of Michael Bloomfield" CD, and I continue to be in awe of his incredible talent.
As a guitarist/singer, Chris has been praised by mentors like Albert King and peers like Robben Ford."   Larry Nager (syndicated Scripts-Howard music critic) writes, "Nowadays most young blues players are Strat-wielding Stevie Ray Vaughan-a-bes. Not Chris Cain. With a voice that recalls B.B. King and a thick toned Gibson guitar sound reminiscent of Albert King, Cain is forging a unique style. With his own highly personalized songwriting, "Hall Of Shame" is a giant step in the development of one of the most compelling young bluesmen on today's scene."   Through his guitar mastery and remarkable songwriting ability, Chris Cain has established himself as a musical force to be reckoned with. And as San Jose Mercury News music reviewer John Orr writes, "more than anyone else, anywhere, Chris Cain represents the future of the blues."

DOORS OPEN AT 5PM
 

All Our Exes Live In Texas

To celebrate the release of their hotly anticipated debut album When We Fall, All Our Exes Live in Texas are hitting the road for a national tour. The Exes is a fantasy draft of Sydney’s finest singer-songwriters - Elana Stone, Katie Wighton, Hannah Crofts and Georgia Mooney – here combining in four-part, indie-folk harmony heaven. Having blitzed all corners of the globe from Ireland to the USA, earning accolades from NPR’s Bob Boilen and racking up multiple nominations for the National Live Music Awards, not to mention sharing stages with the likes of Boy & Bear, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Passenger and the Backstreet Boys (!!) All Our Exes Live in Texas are thrilled to launch their album into the world. 


 

The Radiators

The rock ‘n’ roll road to stardom is a dangerous road indeed littered with the corpses of starry eyed hopeful’s, wannabes ,one hit wonders and jagged “if only’s”…while many bands self‐implode before they even leave the garage, victims of classic clashing egos and personalities ……

Few survive…

One of these survivors is Australian band THE RADIATORS who in 2013 celebrated 35 years together since they played their very first show.

Formed in a transition from a band called Big Swifty, little did they know they would go on to forge a unique sound and influence thousands of teenagers throughout Australia…debuting in Sydney September 1978 the RADIATORS embarked on a formidable performing schedule playing over 320 gigs in the first 12 months alone …they soon came to the attention of major record companies and were signed to Warner Brothers late 1979. The release of their debut album “Feel the Heat ” in March 1980 was much anticipated by their many newly won fans so much so that they created history by being the first Australian band to have advanced presales on their debut album …. 6000 copies had been sold before it was even released, “Feel the Heat” went on to achieve Platinum status and a top 10 position in the charts.

After the band’s first album “Feel the Heat” had become a platinum selling classic, with such gems as “Coming Home…17( I wish I was ) and Summer Holiday, they then released the controversial song “Gimme Head” and” Fess’ Song” on a four track EP entitled “You have the right to remain silent”….which also went Platinum.

During the early period of the bands career, they were also breaking house records at all the pubs, RSL’s and Leagues clubs ‐ a relentless effort playing six nights per week for 40 to 50 weeks of the year … The band never skimped on PA and lighting setting benchmarks for others to follow and creating the classic sweaty rock atmosphere that few could match.

The following album “Up for Grabs” went gold and spawned the hit single by the same title as well as “Room full of Diamonds “… 1983 saw the release of their third album “Scream of the Real” which knocked Michael Jacksons “thriller” album off the number one spot in the charts in Sydney, this saw them have three albums and one EP in the top 20 on the 2nx album charts at the same time …this again gave them the hit single with the track “No Tragedy”

The Bands 4th album “Life’s a Gamble” was written during a three month stay in LA in 1984 …this album produced 2 top 40 hits “A Bit of Pain Never Hurts” and “Life’s a Gamble”. During this time the RADIATORS consistently toured Australia promoting the album and entertaining audiences with their dynamic and over the top live shows… Due to poor management overseeing the bands affairs, they found themselves changing from one record company to another with each album; this made it difficult to build a consistent marketing plan.

The bands fifth album “Nasty Habits in Nice Children” only produced one hit single “One Touch” due to a radical change in direction and image which was totally out of context with the band …at this point the band parted company with its management and approached new management to assist in looking after the bands financial and business affairs. For a period of four years after this, the band gets the low profile and performed to make a living to pay off the huge debts incurred by its previous manager

In 1991 the RADIATORS released a six track EP titled “Hard‐Core” which was financed by the band and released independently….in early 1994 a self‐titled album , again released independently …This time they made way overseas with sales in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, France and Italy

In 1995 the EP “Stone” was released which featured the song “Skin Deep”….
The next album release “In the Roar” is a collection of live recordings featuring all the bands classic hits and rare studio recordings
The band then decided it was about time they managed their own domestic affairs and subsequently in early 2000, released a brand‐new studio album titled “Smoke and Mirrors” and was the best album by the band yet …this album features the hit ” Unsophisticated” and with recent shows in London, Europe and Brazil all booked, it seemed the rest of the world had finally discovered what we Aussies had known for years… The track “Ocean Blue” from “Smoke and Mirrors” was also included in a surf music compilation in South America.

Also in the early 2000’s, Warner Brothers released an anthology release of the RADIATORS, a complete digital remastering of 20 of the bands best‐known and loved hits… Titled “Radiology”, the complete anthology, the album is still available to this day although the record company changed the cover to mark the bands 25th anniversary … a milestone the band was happy to see acknowledged.

The Radiators have carved a niche in the annals of Australian rock history, they have shared the stage with all the great Aussie acts such as AC/DC, Rose Tattoo and INXS with over 4000 shows to their credit, the Radiators have played the music to an estimated 3 million people in Australia, have recorded over 100 original songs with two albums being awarded platinum status, two achieving gold and with a host of good selling records with sales totalling over 1 million units.

The Radiators still tour extensively playing an average of 100 shows per year and the bands fans young and old still flock to grab a slice of living Aussie rock history and rock the night away to the great catchy songs and classic hits that made the Radiators a household name in Australia.
 

Mental As Anything.

Mental As Anything - Goat Tracks In My Sandpit
Nearly 40 years of recording and non stop touring. 25 top 40 hits in Australia. Sustained international airplay and Mentals are still at it.
Martin Plaza and Greedy Smith are always writing songs. They can't stop! Here comes a loony chunkabilly track from Plaza.
Slide guitar harmonica and laconic vocal take us to his bedlam. -Goat Tracks In My Sandpit-. A troubled soul?
Recorded in Martin Plaza's Sandpit and A Sharp In Riverwood. Plaza obliquely pays tribute to Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys referencing his famous living
room sandpit where Brian wrote his songs and faced his personal demons.
Plaza's demons?: phantom footprints? unseen goats drinking all his cans beer?
Shades of the Nips perhaps. Produced by Martin and Steve James who produced Mentals take on RocknRoll Music for Young Einstein.
In the can and just around the corner is a five track EP featuring the
Mentals current lineup of Martin Cilia From the Atlantics on guitar, Jacob
Cook on drums and from Mondo Rock, Casey Chambers and
Jimmy Barnes James Gillard on bass and bvs. Five new songs
Written by Greedy and Martin that Show the range and depth of two
lifetimes in pop songwriting.
A five track EP, a real smorgasbord of song, will appear after Xmas
A few other radio friendly tunes from the Mentals:

DOORS OPEN AT 7PM

Van The Man

“VAN THE MAN” had its roots in the highly successful Sydney wine bar circuit of the 1970’s. “Hogan & The Becketts” (the backbone of Van the Man) played all the hits through the 80’s and 90’s, with Van Morrison being one of the favourites. In 1999 “Van the Man” was formed and started its career with a bang, being invited to perform at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. According to Richard Jinman of “The Age” ….. “sound right … oh yes! Van the Man do the business. Hogan has Van’s jazzy vocal phrasing and gruff irish burr down pat. Hit or miss? Absolute HIT!“

“Van the Man” has gone on to perform for State of Origin fixtures, Bledisloe Cup Finals and sold out one of Sydney’s premier live music venues, The Basement. Other premium venues include Blue Beat Live Club at Double Bay, all three Lizotte’s Live Music Venues and a sellout show on New Year’s Eve at the highly acclaimed international musicians’ venue of The Clarendon Guesthouse in Katoomba. With exclusive appearances for the Packer family at their country retreat Ellerston, seven highly acclaimed tours of New Zealand and a recent triumphant performance at Norway’s Music Festival in Kjollefjord, “Van the Man” is a must see for all Van Morrison fans, both young and old.

DOORS OPEN AT 7PM

THE DELUSIONS

What started as a small garage band of a few dads with many delusions, has evolved over the years into what can only be described as a large garage band with more delusions and an even bigger fun factor.  By bringing youth with talent into the group,  The Delusions have grown to a 13 member band that has raised the average musical standard of the dads purely by association.  They will cover many of the songs that the dads have grown up with and introduce the younger generation to what real pub music was all about.  Playing almost 2 sell-out gigs a year, including The Heritage and The Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel,  this rare opportunity to see The Delusions perform should not be missed.
​Doors Open 7pm

Scarecrow People play The Music of XTC

The Scarecrow People will soon be gathering their drums and wires for a loving tribute to Swindon's finest. The mighty XTC's evolution ran the gamut from pogo to pastoral to stratospheric. XTC are gone now, but Scarecrow People would like to provide the salve for those feeling the loss. Not at all from Swindon, Scarecrow People play the music of XTC for one very good reason - because XTC won’t. Containing various members of several well known acts, the band cover music from the entire catalogue, beginning to end, picking choice cuts to present to the public. Please join them in a celebration of the music of XTC in an orderly manner.

DOORS OPEN AT 7PM

 

Lets Spend the Night Together – A Tribute to The Rolling Stones

This tribute's set list celebrates the full gamut of the Stone’s career from the early blues period to today with many influential gems along the way. You can expect the hits from Satisfaction, Paint It Black, Can’t Always Get What You Want, Tumbling Dice and Start Me Up as well as the Blues tracks that started the Stones on their 50 year journey. With guest singers from the Sydney music scene this is the penultimate show for Stone’s fans…


Lineup:
Damien Lovelock - vocals
Floyd Vincent - vocals
Amanda Easton - vocals
Rex Goh - guitar
Gary Fredericks - guitar
Lloyd G - drums
Steve Bull - Icehouse - bass
Tim Wedde - Keys

DOORS OPEN AT 7PM