WHATS IN A NAME PART 2:
As a follow on from the first in the series of protecting your name; part 2 deals with the pitfalls within the industry itself to give adequate support to our original musicians nurturing their craft.
To run a household you need income; to run a business you need work to get income to keep the business going; obviously. So how can it be that original musicians have to resort to using different names or even worse NOT promoting cover gigs to fund their craft for fear of damaging their reputation – there is something really wrong with this picture!
There is a regular Monthly Jam Session on the First Sunday of each Month at The Breakers Country Club Terrigal NSW commencing at 5pm
The Central Coast Blues Society Inc. is a not-for-profit collective of music lovers and musicians who share a common passion and interest in contemporary rhythm and blues music.
Our aim is to support a family friendly environment that will both educate and showcase blues music and blues music culture within the wider community.
This not-for-profit, voluntary organisation runs as The Central Coast Blues Society to raise the profile of rhythm and blues music through various activities including;
* Regular Monthly Blues Jam Sessions hosted by a house band to develop artistry and experience.
* Maintaining an active media presence to inform members and non-members of the society's activities and to promote rhythm and blues music.
* Stage and present The Central Coast Blues Society Annual Blues Awards for blues music on the Central Coast.
* Stage larger productions to bring national and international Rhythm and Blues artists to the Central Coast.
* Affiliation and networking with similar organisations around the country and on the Central Coast.
* Fostering of young musicians via contact with local schools and youth organisations.
Membership is open to all and entitles the member to participate in the monthly meetings; The monthly meeting has been changed and will now occur on the Wednesday after the Jam each month at Shelly Beach Golf Club at 7.30 pm.
Membership Prices are:
Family (2 Adults) $45.00 + $10.00 for u/18's
Under 18's $15.00
HARDYS BAY CLUB:
New owners Bruce and Sandy Murray have injected new life into the club with exciting renovations a foot. The club is alive and well
Their aim was to open an excellent restaurant and so Bistro 14 was officially opened on Saturday 19th July 2014.
New chefs Damien Battye and Dane have worked at quality establishments in both Sydney and the Central Coast.
Head Chef, Damien earned a SMH's Chef hat and prior to the club he was at Audreys at MacMasters Beach.
Opening service times:
Dinner - Thursday to Monday 6pm
Lunch - Friday to Sunday 12noon.
Bookings essential - Phone 02 4360 2014
The bar has an emphasis on local craft beers and local wines.
The Club has free live music most Fridays and Saturdays.
Each Sunday a live Music jam.
THE HUB PROGRAM & EVENTS: Programmes and Events open for registration at the Hub in 2014.
Are you interested in learning the art of Mixed Martial Arts? The HUB continues to offer free workshops to young people (12 – 18yrs)in 2014.
Thursdays 4 - 5pm
Trained by World Champions - Join the HUB's MMA community to build confidence, discipline, fitness & self-defence.
Register your interest at www.thehuberina.com
Are you interested in learning to DJ? The HUB now offers a free workshop series in 2014.
Numbers are limited to 4 x people (12-18yrs) per term.
Register your interest at www.thehuberina.com
Gosford Council’s Youth Services Team are running a few film projects this year and inviting young people to participate and share their talent and interest with the Central Coast community.
If you enjoy cultural diversity, the Film Global programme may tantalise your interests as each month features a different cultural community group from the Central Coast.
Held on the 2nd Friday of the month from March, groups showcase their culture through a screening of a film, complimented with a light supper.
A partnership programme with GCC YS and Northern Settlement Services, Monthly updates can be found at www.thehuberina.com
Let Me Entertain You
'Let Me Entertain You' is a vocational mentoring programme that will suit young people studying Entertainment, to gain industry skills in various roles (lighting, sound, stage crew, front of house, promotion).
Under the guidance of Council's Youth Events Officer, Sound and Lighting Technicians young people can put into practice the necessary skills involved in a live production.
There are also opportunities for young people to undertake an internship to learn to stage their own drug and alcohol free events.
The internship covers various aspects of event delivery and provides advice and support to enable young people to activate their local music scene and create sustainable youth events.
Gosford City Youth Council
The Gosford City Youth Council (GCYC) aim to engage, involve and empower young people in civil service in meaningful ways.
GCYC aim to:
* Improve young people's access to council services and facilities;
* Raise awareness about the real issues that affect young people;
* Advocate on behalf of young people;
* Meet monthly at Gosford Council 49 Mann St
For more information contact Fiona Morrison 4325 8814
THE YOUTH ARTS WAREHOUSE: YAW THEATRE Professional Development Program
This is an exciting program delivered by industry experts from the Australian Theatre for Young People and master classes with well known actors such as Samuel Johnson pictured above and Rob Carlton. Participants will collaborate together in script writing, directing and acting producing a live play in November & a short play festival in 2015, this is a very exciting time for us to take our theatre program to the next level, creating young emerging directors and play writes. Supported by Gosford City Council Community development funding.
STARTING July 22nd
$100 per term
Limited spaces so book in NOW - 34 232374
Youth Arts Warehouse
Parkside Building, 123 Donnison Street, Gosford
Our Voice MUSIC Lab WYONG
Produce and Record an original song, any music style or experience welcome.
Date: JULY 29th- Sept 16th
Address: Colongra Bay Hall, Lake Munmorah
Music Song Writing and Recording
Date: July 29th- Sept 17th
Time: Wednesday's 4.00pm-6.00pm
Time slots allocated FOR ONE ON ONE
Cost: $40-2 hour session ,must book
YAW Theatre Professional Development Program
Be part of a dynamic theatre group write & produce a live play. Script writing, acting, characterization and drama games, directing, stage manager and more
Date: July 22nd- November 18th
Time: Thursday's 4-6pm
Cost: $100 per term
Learn different street art techniques stencilling, aerosol, layering paint, texture, cut and paste up art. Use found objects to create a work of art.
Produce a Mural for Gosford Hospital's Children's Ward, Adolescent chill out lounge
Date: July 24th- Sept 18th
Time: Thursday's 4-6pm
Cost: $80 for 8 weeks
Peninsular Digital Stories
If you are a Young Person from the Peninsular and interested in digital media and story telling this is for you.
To register or inquire about any programs call Sharon 43 232374
SING FOR YOUR SUPPER 2014: Sing For Your Supper III - Singing Competition at Shelly Beach Golf Club!
Heat 1 - Friday 25th July
Heat 2 - Friday 8th August
Heat 3 - Friday 22nd August
Heat 4 - Sunday 31st August
Grand Final - Friday 5th September
1st prize $700 cash
Audience vote $500 cash
1st prize $500 cash
Audience vote $300 cash
Best Original Artist (all ages)
Studio time Cameron Taylor Studio
Coastal Photography Package
lCoastal Soul Photography
liquid pixels design you twitter and Facebook skins
ANNUAL SPRING FAIR 2014: Central Coast Grammar School Spring Fair
Come along to the annual Central Coast Grammar School Spring Fair on Saturday 6th September, from 9am to 4pm.
The CCGS- Annual Spring Fair is a prime event on the Central Coast Community calendar. With over 100 market, food, and entertainment stalls, it is definitely a local event not to be missed.
Our Fair is proudly sponsored by Central Coast Volkswagon – you have a chance to win one of their fantastic vehicles on the day!
Our Art Exhibition draws on artists from many regions, this year we have artists painting during the event, and interaction available with many of the artists themselves.
Our rides are the best on the Coast, courtesy of Pavier rides, keeping the kids occupied whilst our mature visitors relax at the Oyster Bar after a stroll through the Market Place and Hall of Industries.
The KidZone is always a winner for the under 10s – along with the petting zoo, pony rides, and camels. You might even catch the Big Yellow Bus at the Fair.
This year we are joined by the Central Coast Motor Group, Central Coast Historic Car club, and Central Coast Harley Davidson – a great display worth viewing by all motor enthusiasts.
If you’re feeling like the next Arrow or even having a Robin Hood moment – try you luck at archery provided by Erina Archery Club. Hang around and check out their skills during their demonstrations throughout the day.
Our two cafes and Tea House will delight you with coffee generously provided by INCA Coffee Roasters and our Food Court can provide lunch for many different tastes – mexican, asian, South African sausage, Pork sliders, Bil’s legendary BBQ, and more.
It’s a big day – it’s a great day.
Come and join us for lots of fun!
Central Coast Grammar School
Arundel Road, Erina Heights
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
FATHERS DAY AT THE KINCUMBER: The Kincumber Hotel is excited to release details about our Father’s Day Celebrations for 2014.
EWe have a fantastic, fun day planned for Dad – and indeed the whole family – to enjoy!
This year, we’re hosting the inaugural Dad Olympics! Lawn Mower Time Trials; Dress Dad Up; Shirt Ironing Competition; Target Practice (throwing, not shooting!); Best Dad Jokes; and we’ve saved the best ‘til last – Daddy-oke!
Dad Olympics is a chance for Dad to show off, strut his stuff, and win some fantastic prizes whilst making everyone laugh (or groan!) along the way… because, isn’t that what Dads are for?
The Dad Olympics will be from midday. You can enter Dad by filling out an online application, or on the day with our Dad Olympics team.
We’ll also be honouring Dad all weekend with a very special Father’s Day Feast!
The Father’s Day Feast will get Dad a Feast plank which will include chilli squid, lamb cutlets, 4 oysters, mini pie, mini burger, vegetables and a schooner of beer! The Father’s Day Feast will be available all weekend however bookings are essential.
Dad’s spoiled for choice thanks to our craft beer bar, The Hairy Goat – perhaps he’ll even discover his new favourite beer from our extensive range of craft beers and ciders!
Live music will be performed all afternoon in the Beer Garden - ‘Dad dancing’ definitely encouraged!
Our Father’s Day celebrations are entirely family friendly – as always, children are always welcome at the Kincumber Hotel.
Book in now for what is going to be a most memorable Father’s Day – for all the right reasons!
What: Father’s Day
When: 7th September, 2014
Where: The Kincumber Hotel – 6 Carrak Road, Kincumber
Further Information: (02) 4369 2166
AVONDALE FAMILY FESTIVAL 2014: Avondale School Annual Family Festival -
A great family day out.
Enjoy the following:
Carnival Rides -
Animal Farm -
1km & 3km Fun Run -
Market Stalls -
Food Fair -
Pony Rides -
Car Show -
Helicopter Joy Flights -
Face Painting - Entertainment and loads more.
* Entertainment is Peter Dixon Band, Avondale School Band, Choirs, Bell Choir
* Take a helicopter flight: Go wild with an ALL Day Ride pass for just $20.00
* Pound the pavement in the 3km or 1km fun run; With 2 events to choose from and loads of prizes for registered runners, there is no better time to breathe in the great country air and enjoy this event with your family and friends.
* Carnival Rides all Day Pass; Your all day ride armband really does include ALL the rides, that’s right, everything! Enjoy pony rides, animal petting farm, and all the fantastic frienzied fun of our carnivals rides
* Check out the hot rods at the Car Show; Our car show is open to all members of the community and all car clubs. Judging will take place at approximately 10:00am
To book ride tickets, a Fun Run entry, Market Stall or your car into the Car Show... visit www.avondaleschool.com.au
Sunday 14th September 2014
119 Avondale Road Cooranbong
PAWS AND CLAWS FOR A CAUSE:
The annual Paws & Claws for a Cause Community Dog Walk will be held on Sunday 21st September 2014.
The event which is in its fifth year will raise much needed funds for the Wyong Shire Animal Care Facility which is now run by SoCares (Society of Companion Animal Rescuers) who work tirelessly to educate pet owners on responsible pet ownership and to save the lives of as many animals as is possible.
The walk starts at 10am sharp from Rotary Park, Long Jetty. The walk then goes along the picturesque lake foreshore and finishes at Picnic Point, The Entrance (not Memorial Park as with previous years) where there will be an agility demonstration by John Gatt K9 Service, competition for the Best Dressed Dog, show bags available to purchase, some stalls, the Mariners and Star 104.5 will be also be present.
Each dog that is registered to participate in the walk will receive a certificate of completion.
Disposable poop bags will also be supplied at the starting point
Join in for a fun, family friendly stroll along the foreshores of Long Jetty and The Entrance and help raise money to save the lives of our fury friends.
Registration is $8 per dog if you register before the day of the event or you can register on the day for $10 per dog.
To register your dog in the walk is easy; download the registration form from The Entrance Town Centre website www.theentrance.org.au fill it out and post, email, fax or hand deliver to The Entrance Town Centre Management Office Marine Parade, The Entrance or at the office of the SoCares Wyong Animal Care Facility 2 Depot Road, Charmhaven.
For further enquires contact The Entrance Town Centre Management on 4333 5377.
BATTLE OF THE BANDS : Welcome to The ZOO Room
Battle Of The Bands in The ZOO Room, Long Jetty Hotel
Every Thursday night throughout September
Kicking off 4th September 2014 - Heat 1 the 3 bands ROCKN it out are: Eye On You Vs Damn Pesky Varmits Vs The Rockin' Hombres for a spot in the FINAL on the 2nd October to WIN:
* A Cash prize $$$$$
* 1 original song recorded, mixed & mastered Damien Gerard Studios @ 2 x 8hr days studio recording in Sydney
* 1 original mastered song released via MGM on iTunes
* Radio debut airplay, feature & interview on:
97-3FM with Ossie And Friends on Lake Macquarie FM
90.5 FM with Ross Fear on AustralianSpectrum AliveFm
* Promotion via media platforms & affiliated outlets
Proudly supported by:
Long Jetty Hotel Mark Cashin
Damien Gerard Studios
97.3 FM Ossie and Friends
90.5 FM Ross Fear
Six String Brewing Company
Keeping LIVE music in our community
This competition is for aspiring artists to enter the global music market.
CENTRAL COAST POTTERS SOCIETY:
Central Coast Potters Society at Wagstaffe
Wagstaffe Hall, corner Mulhall Street & Wagstaffe Avenue, Wagstaffe
A selection of members’ hand crafted ceramics for sale. Unique & reasonably priced - a mix of decorative and functional ware.
CCPS is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion & enjoyment of ceramics. Classes, workshops & demonstrations are available for beginners & experienced ceramicists alike..
Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th September - 9am to 4pm
Further details at www.ccpotters.org
PLANT LOVERS FAIR 2014: Central Coast Garden Shows Incorporated presents the 2nd Plant Lovers Fair at Kariong!
Following the enthusiastic response to the Plant Lovers Fair in 2013 the Central Coast Garden Shows Inc is presenting an exciting and bigger Plant Lovers Fair in September.
This quality garden show will feature 40 specialist nurseries bringing rare, unusual and collectable plants not often found in garden centres.
Plants suitable for warm and cool climates will be for sale. The range of plants offered include edible plants -herbs, vegetables, fruit trees; ornamental shrubs and trees, perennials, bulbs, succulents, orchids, bromeliads, cacti and bonsai.
When: Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th September 2014
Location: Kariong Mountains High School, Festival Drive, Kariong NSW
Open 9 am – 4 pm
Entry - $10pp, Children free, $8 pp for bus groups
• Free Car and Coach Parking
• Information Stall
• Plant Minding Services
• A Variety of Refreshments
• Event Administration Office
• Free Speakers
• Free advice from the plant exhibitors
Exhibitor Information or Coach Concession:
Elaine Slade – email@example.com
Media, Marketing and Event Director:
Stephen Goodwin - firstname.lastname@example.org
CREATIVE WORKSHOPS: Be inspired by leading Artists and Designers! Creative Workshops Coming Soon to the Central Coast!
Central Coast Creatives will have an exciting opportunity to learn specialised Screen Printing, Printmaking and Experimental Fashion Design skills from amazing Industry Practitioners, as part of The Creative Skills Workshops to be held at Gosford Regional Gallery’s Studios in September.
The stellar line-up of Workshop Instructors includes Brent Smith - Mambo Designer, Elizabeth Gledhill – Costumier, The Lion King Musical, Ben Rak - Award Winning Printmaker, Cicada Press (COFA), Amanda Davies - Master Printmaker collected by the National Gallery of Australia and Ingeborg Zotz -
Internationally exhibited Printmaker.
Available Workshops Choose From:
Screen Print Your Own Posters
Screen Print Your Own Fabrics & T-Shirts
Experimental Fashion Design
Print Your Own Monotypes
Print Your Own Etchings & Linocuts
The Creative Skills Workshops are being delivered by The Creative Workshop Central Coast Inc. and are proudly supported by Gosford City Council through the Community Cultural Development Program.
The Creative Workshop Central Coast Inc. is a member based Arts organisation established by Artists, Designers and Crafts workers from Gosford, Wyong and the Peninsula. We are committed to promoting participation, in and appreciation of Arts, Design and Crafts on the Central Coast.
$130 OR $90 concession for 2 days
To book your place visit: www.creativeworkshop.org.au
For more information:
call: Jess on 0410 837 511
Our workshop participants and members will then have the opportunity to showcase their works in an Exhibition.
Our opening will be on Saturday 25th October 4pm - 6pm at the Studio Gallery at the Gosford Regional Gallery.
CLUB UMINA COMMUNITY DAY 2014: The 2014 Club Umina Community Day fundraiser to support Umina Public School, Brisbane Water Secondary College and the Umina Brach SLSC
Enjoy a full on fun family day with;
• Free Barefoot Bowls – DJ on the Greens
• Pearl Beach Fire Brigade BBQ – All takings go to the Pearl Beach Fire Brigade
• Monster Raffle – All raffle sales shared between Umina Beach Surf Lifesaving Club, Umina Public School, and Brisbane Water Secondary College
• Local Groups performing on stage including
• Zumba Fitness with Vicki
• Dancin Mates Umina
• Centre Stage School of Dance
• Umina Public School
• Shobu Dobu Karate
• Australian Independent Tae Kwon-Do Academy
• Local business set up with mini stalls
• Fashion Parade
Club Umina Community Day
Sunday 28th September
11:00am – 3:00PM
GWANDALAN PUBLIC SCHOOL 2014: The 2014 Gwandalan Public School Fete and Meguiars Liqui Moly & House of Kolor Hot Rod, Car & Motorbike Show Spectacular!
The 2014 Gwandalan Public School Fete and Meguiars Liqui Moly & House of Kolor Hot Rod, Car & Motorbike Show Spectacular Event is on Saturday the 11th of October 2014 from 10 am till 3 pm and is to be held at the Gwandalan Public School – Kanangra Drive, Gwandalan. Located just a 5 minute drive off the Pacific Highway next to beautiful South Eastern Lake Macquarie.
All Vehicle & Motorbike entrants will receive an Official Meguiars, Liqui Moly & House of Kolor Event Show-Bag. Top trophies for 1st, 2nd & 3rd & prizes will be awarded for a variety of Categories including Best Hot Rod, Best Car, Best Motorbike, Best Paintwork, Principals Choice, Encouragement Awards, etc.
Start the fun family day off with a BBQ Breakfast or Lunch and then catch up with Super Hubert, Elvis will be in the building, Live Bands, Face Painting, Demonstrations, Mechanical Rides, Pony Rides, Raffles, Market Stalls, Displays whilst also checking out two and four wheel motoring heaven. Furthermore “Pinky” Australia’s foremost motoring guru will be broadcasting live from the Event.
Whether you would like to enter your pride and joy or view some of the Central Coast, Newcastle & Hunter Valley’s hottest two wheel and four wheeled machines, it would be great to see you all there for a wonderful family day out.
Check out www.gwandalan-p.schools.nsw.edu.au for entry forms and further info, or call Jason Renshaw on 0438 658 803 or visit the FACEBOOK PAGE
VOICES 2014: Want to see some of the hottest singers in NSW all in one night!?
Lizotte's & Star 104.5 present Voices 2014 - A showcase of incredible voices from ALL AGES and EVERY GENRE! Variety acts from the 8 year old with a HUGE voice to the 57 year old who would make the late Etta James proud -the talent we have found is just that good!
Featuring celebrity Judges Gina Jeffreys, Greg Gould, Liam Burrows & Dani Da Ross. Get amongst the action as we search for the best of the best! Do they have what it takes to get our judges spinning!?
Show only with a-la-carte menu available $15.00
Show only bar chair seating (a-la-carte menu available) $15.00
Heat 1 Sunday 24th August
Heat 2 Sunday 31st August
Heat 3 Sunday 7th September
Heat 4 Sunday 14th September
Heat 5 Sunday 21st September
Heat 6 Sunday 28th September
Semi Final 1 Sunday 12th October
Semi Final 2 Sunday 19th October
BALL IN THE HALL:
Ball in the Hall Presents Blues on the Mountain Featuring The PJ O'Brien Band + Grizzlee Train.
Ball in the Hall returns to Mangrove Mountain Hall on Saturday the 8th of November with "Blues on the Mountain" featuring internationally acclaimed
blues trio, The PJ O'Brien Band, winners of the prestigious Musicoz Blues Artist of the Year Award, along with local blues duo and winners of this year's Home Grown Acoustic Awards, Grizzlee Train.
Blues on the Mountain is set to be a great night of Blues, Soul and Rock and Roll, with PJ O'Brien considered by many as one of Australia's finest guitarists "A superlative guitarist" - Danny Murphy (FHM Australia) who, with his all star band, has toured the world over "Hailing from Western Australia O'Brien now calls the world his home having graced stages in all corners of the globe and winning admiration from critics and fans alike..." - Great Southern Blues Festival. PJ and his band have also won a swag of awards including, "Group of the Year" and "Song of the Year" at The Australian Blues Music Awards as well as representing at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, USA.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to see one of Australia's best blues bands along with local blues duo on the rise, Grizzlee Train in a one of show at the Heritage listed Mangrove Mountain Hall on Saturday the 8th of November.
Doors open 6pm for 6.30pm start.
Tickets are strictly limited (pre-booking is recommended) and cost $25 (adult) $10 (youth 12-16yrs) accompanied children under 12yrs, free.
Food and refreshments will be available on the night, responsible BYO welcome.
Blues on the Mountain is an all ages, family friendly event.
Contact Ryan on 0405 416 289 for bookings and enquiries
Saturday 8th of November, Doors 6pm.
Mangrove Mountain Hall.
LISAROW HIGH SCHOOL REUNION:
The Lisarow High Reunion for the class of 94 will be held at the Gosford RSL club on the 15th of November 2014 at 7pm.
This event is open to partners as well as those in the years above and below.
It is open to 1992 leavers as well as anyone else who was in our year at any time over the 6 years.
For more information go to the Lisarow High 1994 class Reunion group on FACEBOOK or email email@example.com
One of Australia's most dynamic festival groups will deliver their best in the iconic grand arch.
Rhythm Hunters have held 3 concerts in the arch and the event has seen over 1500 people inside the arch to witness Frenetic Shamanic Dance, Japanese Shakuhachi Flute Master Riley Lee, thunderous taiko drums, traditional music from Indonesia, electronic Beats, lots of people dancing in the largest underground caves systems in the world.
Like in an underground castle, the caves will come alive from 8pm on Saturday 29th November.
More information will be added to this event over the following weeks.
A HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THIS YEARS SPECIAL GUEST IS STILL TO COME...
29 November at 20:00
Jenolan Caves Australia
Jenolan Caves Rd, Jenolan Caves,
New South Wales, Australia 2790
JOHN WILLIAMSON Friday 5 September 2014
Mingara - The Show Room.
Doors open 7.30pm. Show starts 8pm. $44 adults, $30 children (7 to 12 years*) from Mingara Ticketing Office, 4349 7888.
John Williamson is firmly cemented in the nation’s musical culture, his impressive career spans more than forty years. His unofficial anthems, tributes to legends and unsung heroes and tender ballads have captured the spirit of the nation in song unlike any other.
Add to this his ability to deliver unforgettable live concert experiences that combine the perfect blend of humour, romance and campfire stories woven together by his music.
Be sure to secure your seats early for this GREAT show at your club Mingara!
*Children must be minimum age 7 years to attend and must be in the company of a responsible adult at all times.
ASH GRUNWALD NATIONAL TOUR:
Over the course of Ash's career he's developed for himself a unique place in the Australian music setting. His undeniable foundations in traditional blues music have meant that he's been able to explore all kinds of musical burroughs without ever diluting his blues bent nor his credibility. Ash has worked with Count Bounce, t.z.u, Mr Trials, Funk Oars, Kram and Urthboy. He's played on a Pete Murray single and had Rob Hurst, Vika and Lynda Bull, Chris Wilson and Ian collard on stage as part of his band. He even did a song with Joe Camilleri once for the ABC.
Last year he unashamedly unleashed the rock beast with Scott and Andy from The Living End on their collaborative album GARGANTUA, throwing the final match that’s turned his creative flame into a raging bonfire.
Writing, demoing, rehearsing and just plain ol' jamming like never before, Ash Grunwald has come back full circle; to the durgy, stomping solo blues that made him famous as a young, authentic blues musician thundering his way into the hearts of his generation some 10 years ago.
To the highways of America Ash took his soul on fire with good friend Xavier Rudd and now Ash can't....wait....to bring it home!
Back on the stomp box, a man who needs little amplification and zero bells and whistles to get the whole joint jumpin'!
Saturday 20th September - Doors open 8pm
The Entrance Leagues Club
3 Bay Village Rd, Bateau Bay
Tickets $25 + bf from the venue and www.oztix.com.au
DEAD KENNEDYS TOUR:
Returning to Australia in 2014 Dead Kennedys have unfinished business to attend to after taking in only part of the country on their previous acclaimed visit in 2011.
East Bay Ray, Klaus Flouride, D. H. Peligro and Ron “Skip” Greer will be taking Dead Kennedys’ message against political apathy right across Australia this September and October.
Catch Dead Kennedys with The Bennies on their “Bedtime For Democracy (In Australia)’ tour at The Entrance Leagues Club. Thursday 9th October 2014
KISSCHASY ANNOUNCE COAST SHOW:
KISSCHASY consists of Darren Cordeaux, Joel Vanderuit, Karl Ammitzboll and Sean Thomas.
The boys formed the band way back in 2002 while they were growing up together in the country town of Balnarring on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
On the band’s debut album United Paper People and its follow up Hymns For The Non-Believer KISSCHASY showed a knack for energetic and melodic guitar pop that made them firm Triple J faves and earned them ARIA Award nominations. Anthems like “The Do Do’s and Whoa-ohs” and “Opinions Won’t Keep You Warm At Night” saw the group’s live popularity rise to the point where they sold out major venues like Sydney’s Enmore Theatre and The Forum, Melbourne in 2008. The songs also led to both albums eventually being certified gold with combined sales of over 100,000 copies.
Fast forward a year later and the band delivered smart songwriting, huge hooks and killer harmonies on their third long-player, Seizures which was nothing less than a quantum leap creatively and, as such, attracted both deeper and broader attention. It was recorded in Los Angeles during 2009 with legendary indie-rock producer Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Beck, Powderfinger, The Vines) Seizures featured the singles "Generation Why", "Turnaround" and the 2010 gold selling fan favourite "Dinosaur". The band were also awarded the publicly voted Channel [V] Oz Artist of the Year around this time.
KISSCHASY boast a rock-solid rhythm section and off-the-leash guitar chops to rival any of their peers and their blistering live shows are testament to a band who have well and truly hit their stride.
WHERE:The Entrance Leagues Club
WHEN: Friday 14th November 2014, 8pm
WHO: KISSCHASY w/ Special Guests