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Gig news August 23 Print E-mail
Friday, 22 August 2008

Sample ImageThe Grouse, those rock-hard darlings of the cover band scene, will be ramping up the fun at Finn McCools on Saturday August 23 with Mike Hill wearing out his tonsils and Sweet Baby James Meston shredding his dakkercasters. Rob Homewrecker Boundy will be pounding on the kit while the Preacher plods his plunker - his long schlong Deep South Preacher Bass, that is. The place starts rocking shortly after 9 pm.

 

 

Sample ImageBlues Avenue, the kings of juke-joint stomp, sent a wave of vibe throughout the universe on Friday August 22 when they took to the stage at Studio 89 in prospect.  Blues Avenue comprises Sweet Baby James Meston on acousric guitar and vocals and The Preacher Denis Surmon on double bass, cajon and vocals. Studio 89 is a great - perhaps unique - venue, offering an excellent live music room combined with tasty up-market cafe food. And drink. Host Romero is a big Elvis fan and is not shy about treating the guests to a show over dinner. Blues, jive and rock are the musical main courses. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.

 
Best Gigs in Adelaide Print E-mail
Monday, 23 June 2008

Sample ImageWhat a weekend! Friday night, June 27, will see the three little pan!c piggies stoking up the fire under the kettle at the Daniel O'Connell Hotel North Adelaide, hoping to boil the big bad wolf's butt. Pinky, Perky and Porky pan!c will be drawing straws, picking up sticks and dropping bricks from 9-midnight. Be there or the three little pan!cs will come around to your place and smear poo on your doorknobs. If you were not planning to go the the Dan on Friday please send your name and address to pan!c so they can sneak around later to do the poo business.

Speaking of poo... The Grouse will scare you poo-less on Saturday night, June 28 at the Norwood Hotel.Sample Image After the scandalous, near fatal hangnail incident of Friday the thirteenth, the band has shored up its fitness, practised playing the ball, taken a good look at itself and drawn a line under the bottom line at the very, very end of the day and said: "let's try to put this behind us and move forward." Live music starts from 9, goes to 1.

Sunday, June 29, and the Grouse will be waiting to croon for you at Mick O'Shea's Hotel down Hackham way. Yes, yes. The Grouse. Again. They're everywhere, they're everywhere.

 Sample ImageBut... somehwere they will not be on Sunday June 29 is at the Semaphore Workers' Club, Semaphore, because those blasted bastard sons of the reckless pioneers descendents; those noisy scions of the soil in which is grown - for some strange reason - artickokes; those harbingers of mayhem; harriers of the hairless and cardigan-wearing, be-slippered bewildered; those outcasts of rock; pariahs of pop (I'm getting a bit lost here but it feels ok); those defenders of analoague - Paladins of the pentode (hmmm... losing it a bit there); those... those ... them guys who put their duds on one leg... yes folks, one - fukkin' - leg  - at - a - fukkin' - time..... DOUBLE fukkin' WAMMY!! will be there instead, plastering the walls with their unique brand of Power-Soul (registered trademark) and generally making a noise. Noise starts around 5-ish and goes to eight-ish. Might be loud-ish but definitely good-ish.

 

 
Walking The Line - new CD released Print E-mail
Sunday, 15 June 2008

Sample ImageWalking The Line.   Australia's Number 1 Johnny Cash Show Band - has just released a 15 track CD - Walking The Line.    Walking the Line offers up a cross section of some of Cash’s most famous songs but also presents two new originals, written by Rohan Powell and the band and recorded in the same genre. The CD was recorded as a "live" show in Kim Webster's Cheese Factory studio and is a credit to the performers and the engineer. Tracks from the CD have already received some radio airplay and internet streaming and more is expected when the CD is officially launched.

Track List: Walk The Line; Get Rhythm; Man in Black; Sunday Morning Comin' Down; It Ain't  Me Babe; Orange Blossom Special; Folsom Prison Blues; Daddy Sang Bass; Long-legged Guitar Pickin' Man; The Loving is the Easy Part; The Eyes of the Drunk; A Boy named Sue; Jackson; Ring of Fire.

Walking The Line CD can be bought at Allingtons Outpost in Salisbury South and Elevator Musi, Shop 29 Seaford S/Centre Commercial Road Seaford. The CD will also be available at walking the Line gigs.

Australia's Number one Johnny Cash Show can be booked through The Entertanners (Adelaide).

 

 
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