Melbourne International Singers Festival is proud to present Fantastic Festival Concerts on Sunday June 11th

GALA Festival Concert #1

5.00pm – 6.30pm

Featuring the spectacular Divine Divas of Sunbury conducted by Adam Przewlocki, Musica (Queensland) conducted by Melissa Gill and Men Aloud! Conducted by Dr Jonathon Welch AM

GALA Festival Concert #2

8.00pm – 9.30pm

Featuring Co-cheol, award winning a cappella quartet with spine tingling harmonies taking you on a journey to the Celts and beyond, and THECHO!R one of Melbourne’s most exciting non-auditioned choirs, created and conducted by Dr Jonathon Welch AM

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1 ticket: Standard $24.90 / Concession $21.90 / student or child $16.90
2 concert package: Standard $44.90
NB Transaction and booking fees may apply

Proceeds from the Festival support the School of Hard Knocks providing arts and cultural programs to the vulnerable and marginalised in our community. Please check our website for information about the Festival and the work of the School.

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ANDY GRAMMER announces AUS + NZ dates this October


Multi-platinum selling pop artist Andy Grammer is all about inspiring and empowering the world by communicating his truths through his music. Following the chart-topping success of his double-platinum selling single ‘Fresh Eyes’, Andy Grammer has announced his first ever tour of Australia and New Zealand for this October. Andy Grammer will give Australian fans a taste of his live show when he performs his global smash hit single ‘Fresh Eyes’ on the TV WEEK Logie Awards this Sunday 23 April.

Since his humble beginnings performing as a busker on the Santa Monica Promenade, Grammer has taken the music world by storm with a succession of pop hits.

Andy first introduced himself to Australia and New Zealand with the anthemic ‘Keep Your Head Up’ in 2011, and has since released a slew of radio hits. Following ‘Keep Your Head Up’ was Gold single ‘Back Home’, which gained popularity in Australia following its use on Channel Seven’s promo for the 2014 ‘House Rules’ finale.

‘Honey I’m Good’ similarly secured Gold status here, while in his home country reached a top 10 US chart position and 3 x platinum sales.

Andy’s current single ‘Fresh Eyes’ is a groove-laden pop gem which topped the Australian and NZ radio airplay charts. ‘Fresh Eyes’ reached #5 on the ARIA chart and #8 on the NZ Top 40 Chart, has surpassed 180 million streams on Spotify, and has been certified double platinum in Australia and Platinum in New Zealand.

Andy will perform his chart-topping hits this October when he performs for audiences across Australia and New Zealand.


Presented by Frontier Touring



Begins: Thursday 27 April 2pm AEST | 4pm NZST
Ends: Friday 28 April 2pm AEST | 4pm NZST
(or ends earlier if pre-sale allocation exhausted)

Begins: Tuesday 2 May noon local time

Fri 13 October Trak Lounge Bar | Melbourne, VIC (18+) | Ph: 136 100

Sat 14 October Eatons Hill Hotel | Brisbane, QLD (Lic. All Ages) | Ph: 1300 762 545


Sun 15 October Metro Theatre | Sydney, NSW (All Ages) | Ph: 132 849

Wed 18 October Powerstation | Auckland, NZ (All Ages) | Ph: 0800 111 999|

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Having already played shows around the country to support his recent album, Americana, Diesel has added new shows to the tour, visiting more regional areas of the country before heading to North Queensland for a string of shows.

Diesel will be playing these shows in a solo setting, giving fans the opportunity to see a more intimate and stripped back performance that features the distinct guitar playing and powerhouse vocals that Diesel has become renowned for. The set will feature tracks from Americana as well as singles and other gems spanning his 15-album career. 

On his new album Americana, Diesel pays tribute to the artists that inspired the musician he would become – one of our nation’s most lauded, accomplished and hard-working rock guitarists and singers – by putting his own unique stamp on a collection of iconic songs.

“Diesel’s eternally youthful voice and soulful guitar playing has delivered a classic covers collection.” – Stack

“… a worthy and most welcome inclusion to this artist’s extensive back catalogue an one that belongs in the collections of music lovers everywhere, regardless of style preference.” – Amnplify

Each song is a bona fide classic, wholly deserving of care and attention so as not to tread on the toes of musical history, but it was equally important for Diesel to add his own new spin to songs such as Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash.

Diesel has now added a bunch of solo shows to his Americana Tour including new shows in Far North Queensland:

Tickets on sale now

Fri 5th May Gateway Hotel, Geelong VIC Ph: 1300 438 849

Sat 6th May Suttons House of Music, Ballarat VIC Ph: 03 5333 4393

Fri 12th May Milanos, Brighton VIC Ph: 1300 438 849

Thu 18th May Mt Pleasant Tavern, Mackay QLD Ph: 1300 438 849

Fri 19th May Dalrymple Hotel, Townsville QLD Ph: 1300 438 849

Sat 20th May Edge Hill Tavern, Cairns QLD  Ph: 1300 438 849

Fri 23rd Jun Lizotte’s, Newcastle NSW Ph: 02 4956 2066

Sat 24th Jun   Lizotte’s, Newcastle NSW   Ph: 02 4956 2066

Sun 25th Jun   Lizotte’s, Newcastle NSW Ph: 02 4956 2066

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Tim Finn’s White Cloud at the Art Centre Melbourne

By Tim Finn and Ken Duncum with film by Sue Healey

“Salvage something that we need to remember From the wreck of history
Family images of fading splendour
Where they lead I’m following…”

– Tim Finn, White Cloud

Tim Finn, legendary New Zealand singer-songwriter, member of Crowded House and founding member of Split Enz, will perform White Cloud – a musing meditative performance about family, identity and home – this January at Arts Centre Melbourne.

White Cloud alchemises observation and contemplation, photographs and journals, narrative and music to deliver a potent celebration of family, ancestry and what it means to be Pakeha (a Māori language term for New Zealanders who are of European descent).

Through songs and stories, Tim introduces us to family members past and present, whose voices echo through journals, letters and memoirs – matched by dreamlike imagery drawn from 8mm home movies shot largely by his father, Richard Finn.

An inspired collaboration between Finn, leading New Zealand playwright/screenwriter Ken Duncum and video artist Sue Healey, White Cloud has moved audiences and critics alike in New Zealand, Australia, Ireland and the UK.


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Tim Finn

“We always envisaged White Cloud as an immersive experience, not a narrative in the traditional sense. More a series of impressions of people, places and our family backgrounds, which together tell a larger story,” explains Duncum.

A richly textured blend of beautifully melodic music and poetically evocative prose brought to life in the intimate confines of the Fairfax Studio, this inventive reflection on the lives of families growing up in New Zealand, loosening ties to the UK and encountering Maori culture is not to be missed.

Arts Centre Melbourne presents
White Cloud: Tim Finn
Arts Centre Melbourne, Fairfax Studio
13 – 15 January, 2017
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JULIA JACKLIN announces Australian album tour + shares ‘Coming Of Age’ live video





Her brilliant debut album, ‘Don’t Let The Kids Win’ captures a talent in its first thrilling bloom

The Sunday Times

Every now and then you hear a new voice and little else seems to matter. Julia Jacklin’s is one such voice

– The Guardian

  She’s set to have a stellar 2016

Consequence of Sound

It is with great excitement that Julia Jacklin announces her return back to local shores this November, ready to embark on her most extensive Australian tour yet. With the release of her masterful debut LP, Don’t Let The Kids Win just around the corner (Oct 7), the 12 dates will see the rising star from the Blue Mountains grace several cities for the first time. Supported by triple j, the national album tour will bring Julia’s intimate songs to life as she sets out to allure audiences in her largest rooms so far.  

Julia + band are currently in the middle of a huge global tour that includes performances at some of the world’s major festivals including the UK’s End Of The Road and Electric Picnic. She’s also sharing stages with buzz acts, Marlon Williams and Whitney, plus playing headline shows in London, Dublin, Berlin Rotterdam, NYC and LA just to name a few. 2016 has already seen Julia acquire praise from performances at SXSW and The Great Escape, which projected her onto the world stage and lead to international record deals with Liberation, Transgressive and Polyvinyl Records.

The charming beauty bestowed within Julia’s rich voice and unique storytelling has seen her songs, Coming Of Age, Leadlight and Pool Party added to radio playlists across the globe, receiving strong support from triple j and community radio, plus Radio 1, BBC 6 and Apple Music UK, who named her their ‘Best New Artist’ of the week.  

As we await Julia’s arrival with open arms, we can view a beautifully poised live performance of her current single, Coming Of Age. Filmed by Mushroom at her sold-out Melbourne show in July, it’s a charming insight into her entrancing live show.



w/ special guest Gabriella Cohen

Presented by triple j | Tickets on sale now via Oztix

November 17  The Foundry, Brisbane

November 23 Jive Bar, Adelaide

November 24 Howler, Melbourne

December 1 Transit Bar, Canberra*

December 2                   The Small Ballroom, Newcastle*

December 9                  Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

December 10             FourFiveNine, Perth*

December 16           The Carrington Hotel, Katoomba*

*Gabriella Cohen not appearing


November 18-19      Mullumbimby Music Festival, NSW

November 25            Paradise Music Festival, VIC

November 26-27       Queenscliff Music Festival, VIC

December 2-3           Fairgrounds Festival, NSW



September 17 Ottawa, ON, Canada @ Cityfolk

September 18 Toronto, ON, Canada @ Toronto Urban Roots Festival

September 20 Chicago, IL, USA @ Martyrs’ w/ Marlon Williams

September 21 Madison WI, USA @ The Frequency

September 22 Champaign, IL, USA @ Pygmalion Music Festival

September 23 Cincinnati, OH, USA @ Midpoint Music Festival

September 24 Washington, DC, USA @ DC9 Nightclub w/ Marlon Williams

September 25 New York, NY, USA @ The Bowery Ballroom w/ Marlon Williams

September 27 Philadelphia, PA, USA @ Boot & Saddle w/ Marlon Williams

September 29 Montreal, QC, Canada @ Divan Orange w/ Marlon Williams

September 30 Boston, MA, USA @ Great Scott’s w/ Marlon Williams

October 1 Pine Plaines, NY, USA @Huichica Festival

October 4 West Hollywood, CA, USA @ Troubadour w/ Marlon Williams

October 6 Portland, OR, USA @ Doug Fir Lounge w/ Marlon Williams

October 7 Vancouver, BC, Canada @ Biltmore Cabaret w/ Marlon Williams

October 8 Seattle, WA, USA @ Neptune Theatre


October 24 Berlin, Germany @ Maze

October 25 Cologne, Germany @ Blue Shell w/Whitney

October 26 Munich, Germany @ Unter Deck w/Whitney

October 27 St Gallen, Switzerland @ Palace w/Whitney

October 29 Zwolle, Netherlands @ Let’s Get Lost Festival

October 30 Brussels, Belgium @ AB Club w/Whitney

October 31 Rotterdam, Netherlands @ Rotown

November 2 Paris, France @ Le Pop-Up du Label

November 3 Brighton, England @ The Haunt w/Whitney

November 4 Nottingham, England @ Bodega w/Whitney

November 5 Glasgow, Scotland @ CCA w/Whitney

November 6 Newcastle, England @ The Cluny w/Whitney

November 8 Manchester, England @ Manchester Gorilla w/Whitney

November 9 Bristol, England @ Thekla w/Whitney

November 10 London, England @ Koko w/Whitney

November 11 Dublin @ Grand Social








Friday 7 October – 8PM

The Flying Saucer Club are super excited to have two outstanding bands hit our stage this October. Nick Barker and The Heartache State blew audience members away at their last show with us earlier this year. Joining them on stage and making their Flying Saucer debut are St Kilda’s latest super group, the Draught Dodgers.

Nick Barker and Justin Garner have been playing together on and off for 10 years – Nick producing Justin’s band Southpaw’s debut album and Justin playing on Nick’s last solo record. The last 18 months have seen them hunched over acoustic guitars hammering a bunch of ideas into songs. Justin loves the Allman Brothers, Nick loves the Replacements, so the self-titled album of their new project ‘The Heartache State’ is a collision of sorts. Adding long-time friend and collaborator ‘VENOM’ on drums and Michael Hubbard (Downhills Home, Eagle and the Worm) to the mix, The Heartache State was recorded live and quickly with friend Shane O’Mara producing at his Yikesville Studio.


Straight out of the swamps of St Kilda, the Draught Dodgers have been making a name for themselves touring all over town. Described by lead singer Jack Davies as “the demented love child of Beefheart, the Cramps, the Stooges, the Stones and the Easy Beats” audiences are expected to get up and sweat just as much as the band does.

The band features a respectable rock ‘n’ roll line up with Tim Rogers (guitar), Mick Sayers (bass) and Evan Richards (drums). ‘”All of our respective bands have crossed paths in some way, shape or form. It was Dr. Rogers who decided to form a brethren of complete legends. They’re all super talented and an absolute joy to play music with.”’ says Davies.

Need a fix of some quality live blues/rock from not one but two rockin’ bands? Then this show is for you! BOOK YOUR TIX TODAY!

When: Friday 7th October 2016

Doors: 6pm (Seats/Dining), 8pm (GA) – Showtime: 8.40pm
Where: THE FLYING SAUCER CLUB – 4 St Georges Road, Elsternwick
Tickets: $28+bf (Seats), $18+bf (Standing), $20 (Door-Standing)
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Harry Manx


Canadian Harry Manx brings his own genre, often referred to as the ‘Mystissippi Blues’– back to MEMO  on Friday 16 September.

His mesmerizing sound is an organic fusion of eastern musical traditions with the Blues.  The result is an expressive, moving and unforgettable new world.

His unique toolbox is a fascinating range of conventional acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, harmonica, stomp box, and the Mohan Veena, created by Harry’s Indian mentor Vishwa Mohan Bhatt.

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Read a Review of his Katoomba show here

Harry’s real skill lays in creating a rare musical place where blues, country, folk and Indian classical music co-exist as some spirit force”.  Downbeat

Gig info

Doors Open: 7.30pm, Showtime 8.40-11.00pm (with intermission)

Reserved Seats: $55.00 +bf, General Admin: $40.00 +bf

At the Door: $45.00 (if still available)

MEMO Music Hall St – 88 Acland Street St Kilda (entry viaAlbert Street)


Across Australia – September – October 2016

Harry’s real skill lays in creating a rare musical place where blues, country, folk and Indian classical music co-exist as some spirit force”.  Downbeat

Harry Manx has been one of the most successful international touring musicians ever to grace stages in Australia.   Returning in September and October for over 30 concert dates, this deeply original multi-instrumentalist has entertained audiences in more than 10 extensive tours since 2001.

The explanation is simple.  Harry’s created his own genre, often referred to as the ‘Mystissippi Blues’.   His mesmerizing sound is an organic fusion of eastern musical traditions with the Blues.  The result is an expressive, moving and unforgettable new world.

His unique toolbox is a fascinating range of conventional acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, harmonica, stomp box, and the Mohan Veena, created by Harry’s Indian mentor Vishwa Mohan Bhatt.  His award-winning songs ‘create musical short stories that wed the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas’.

A worldwide festival favorite, Harry’s 13 albums and ceaseless touring have seen him earn a slew of Maple Leaf, Juno and Canadian Folk Awards, nominations, and accolades from musicians and fans alike.

“Watching Harry play tonight I feel like I learned something new…….”

Bruce Springsteen, @ the International Guitar Festival, New York City

In February 2013, Harry’s 20-stringed Mohan Veena, was stolen from an airport carousel in Chicago.   By the next day over 3 million people and the AP news service had spread the word and put Harry and his little-known instrument on the world map!  Global relief ensued when police found the culprit and Harry was reunited with his Mohan Veena.


February 2014, saw the release of Harry’s 12th studio recording – ‘Ohm Suite Ohm’.  It features Harry’s ‘Bollywood electric slide guitar’, instrumentals, original songs, a cover of John Coltrane’s ‘A Love Supreme’, plus guest vocalists and international collaborators.

And in 2015 prolific Harry released his newest album – the acclaimed “20 Strings and the Truth”, a mostly instrumental album that pays homage to his beloved Mohan Veena.

Harry will be accompanied by Sydney-based pianist Clayton Doley for many of the dates.

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About Harry Manx

Harry forged his distinctive style by studying at the feet of the masters, first as a sound man in the blues clubs of Toronto during his formative years and then under a rigorous tutelage with Vishwa Mohan Bhatt in India. Bhatt is the inventor of the 20-stringed Mohan Veena, which has become Harry’s signature instrument.

Harry played slide guitar for many years before meeting Bhatt in Rajasthan, in fact he had been living in another part of India for many years already, but he started at the beginning under Bhatt’s tutelage, unlearning most of what he knew about playing a slide instrument.

He learned Eastern scales and eventually ragas, deceptively complex and regimented musical patterns that form the basis of Indian composition. Learning the voicings of Indian music is a subtle art that comes with time. Harry spent most of twelve years in India learning that.  It was later on that Harry decided to explore the connection between Indian ragas and blues scales which eventually led to the Indo-blues hybrid that has become his style.

Born on the Isle of Man, Manx immigrated to Ontario with his parents when he was a child. He started working with bands as a ‘roadie’ at age 15 and gradually worked his way up to becoming the regular sound man at the well-known Blues club  El Mocambo in Toronto. There he worked with a slew of blues legends. Harry admits that blues is still at the heart of much of his work. “I’ve always had one foot in the blues from those days … what I got from those artists is a groove. That’s what I’m particularly interested in is the groove, and that’s the way I play blues”.

“I went to Europe when I was 20 and started making money as a busker,” recalls Manx. “I’ve worked mostly as a musician since then, though I did some theatre work for a while. I was a one-man band with a drums and a cymbals for a time too. It was really a lot of fun.”

Manx’s time in India has imbued his music with an intangible spiritual quality “the song reveals who you are, it’s the vehicle for your message, your inspirational ideas or your story,” explained Manx. “Like many people I’m interested in my own development as a person and that’s represented in my songs, I’m searching for truth through art and spirituality.  My songs are a synthesis of everything I’ve absorbed, all my experiences and I share that. I’m glad that it means something to people.”

“Indian music moves a person inward,” he explains. “It’s traditionally used in religious ceremonies and during meditations because it puts you into this whole other place (now, here).

But Western music has the ability to move you outward, into celebration and dance. There are some ragas that sound bluesy, and there are ways to bend strings while playing blues that sound Indian. I may be forcing the relationship between the two musical cultures, but I keep thinking they were made for each other. That leads me to more and more experimentation. The journey has been great so far.”

Blending Indian folk melodies with slide guitar blues; adding a sprinkle of gospel and some compelling grooves, that’s the sound that Harry lays down. It goes down easy and leaves you hungry for more.





The Flying Saucer Club is proud to host The Very Round Robin this September.

The concept behind The Very Round Robin is as simple as it is endearing. Now in 2016 for their first combined tour of Australia three incredible song writers have come together; Rebecca Barnard, Roesy and Gallie. Each with their own style, sensibilities and approach to songwriting and storytelling.

The honest and stripped back nature of the show gives the audience a personal insight into the background of each song smith’s creation.

Irish born Gallie has been travelling and performing all over the world for over 15 years and now calls Melbourne home. His 2015 album
‘Occoquan River’ has received high praise from media nationwide and features Melbourne Songstress Liz Stringer on backing vocals.

Award winning singer-songwriter Roesy has been touring his new album ‘Wolf Counsel’, launching at last year’s Port Fairy Folk Festival to a standing ovation. Roesy’s melodies have the presence to seem familiar while remaining distinctly his own; impossible to ignore or dismiss.

One of Australia’s finest singer songwriters Rebecca Barnard adds a certain class to this trio. A versatile jazz vocalist, Rebecca grew up in a legendary Jazz family with her renowned drummer father, Len, his brother, Trumpeter Bob, and their bands. With a career spanning almost two decades, Barnard has evolved into a versatile and wide ranging performer in her own right.

If sitting around a campfire listening to stories and songs is your thing then this is the warmth you are looking for, book your tickets today.

When: Saturday 17 September 2016

Doors: 6pm (Seats/Dining), 8pm (GA) – Showtime: 8.40pm
Where: THE FLYING SAUCER CLUB – 4 St Georges Road, Elsternwick
Tickets: $28+bf (Seats), $18+bf (Standing), $20 (Door-Standing)
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Flying Saucer Gigs Coming Up


Russel Morris

Russell Morris & Band
Thursday 24 March
Seats: $47+bf
Standing: $33+bf
Door (standing): $35
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The Flying Saucer welcomes back one of Australia’s finest blues musician’s, RUSSELL MORRIS. Russell and his band will be performing songs from his ARIA award winning album ‘Sharks Mouth’, his most recent album ‘Van Diemen’s Land’ as well as a number of hits throughout his vast musical career. Supporting Russell on the night will be Abbey Stone. Be sure to reserve your tickets TODAY as it will sell quickly!

Big DaddyBig Daddy Wilson (USA)

Saturday 26 March
Seats: $40+bf
Standing: $28+bf
Door (standing): $30
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Big Daddy Wilson is making his debut at the Saucer this March and we couldn’t be more thrilled! Big Daddy Wilson’s music is all heart and natural soul. With his fabulous warm baritone voice and phenomenal guitar playing, he draws from a wide stylistic spectrum consisting of blues, folk, soul and gospel. Pencil this one in folks as it is not to be missed!

Mike Erlington

 Mike Elrington – CD Launch

Friday 01 April
Seats: $20+bf
Standing: $12+bf
Door (standing): $15
Doors Open: 6.00pm (seats), 8.00pm (standing)

Standing almost two metres tall, delivering gut-wrenching vocals like an instrument all its own, few people forget a Mike Elrington performance. Now, after 15 years and 7 full length albums, Mike offers up his first completely acoustic LP, TWO LUCKY STARS. The album is 14-track snapshot of some of Elrington’s finest work to date. The big man of Australian blues music has crammed a stack into his 30 plus years so far, but the best surely lies on the horizon for this talented singer/songwriter and terrific live performer. This show will deliver a heartfelt and eclectic mix of blues, roots, folk & swamp-rock.

Bob StarkeyBob ‘Bongo’ Starkie presents ‘Million Dollar Riff’

Saturday 02 April
Seats: $36+bf
Standing: $25+bf
Door (standing): $28
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Bob ‘bongo’ Starkie- guitarist from the engine room of the legendary Skyhooks is back! This upcoming show sees not only a new band line-up but also a swanky new costume for Bob. Joining the band will be the remarkable Lisa Edwards from the John Farnham Band on lead vocals, Steve Williams (sax/harp/percussion) who also toured long-term with John Farnham, James Black from Mondo Rock & Rockwiz (keyboard and guitar), Sean McLeod (drums) from Taxiride and Kim May(bass). Get ready to bust a move on the dancefloor groovers as Bob Starkie and band bring you a whole bunch of Skyhooks favourites such as ‘Livin in the 70s’, ‘Horror Movie’ and who can forget the classic ‘Women in Uniform’!


Mark Hunter‘Communication’ – Marc Hunter Songbook

Sunday 03 April
Seats: $42+bf
Standing: $28+bf
Door (standing): $30
Doors Open: 2.30pm, Showtime 3.30pm

We welcome an all-star line-up of acclaimed performers to celebrate Marc Hunter’s music. Featuring the talent of MICK PEALING, ROGER MCLACHLAN, BILLY MILLER, ALEX FORMOSA BAUDO, MICHAEL OLIPHANT, MIKE DOYLE, NIKKI NICHOLLS & TRACY KINGMAN. This special event has been masterminded by Alex Formosa Baudo, a very close friend of Marc’s, who also organized the highly successful 2013 show to commemorate Marc’s 15th anniversary since his untimely passing. The theme of the show is centred around songs that Marc sang and wrote, interspersed with affectionately recounted stories, anecdotes and the legacy that this very much loved artist has left us, since passing away in 1998. A newly recorded and released LIVE album containing songs from the Communication set list can be purchased at the show. This special tribute to Marc Hunter is likely to sell out, so grab your tickets early folks!

MEMO Upcoming Gigs

Memo Music Hall - St. Kilda RSL

Summer may be officially over, but the music is only getting hotter here at MEMO Music Hall!

We are very excited to announce TWO new shows… First up is the ‘FEARLESS MUSIC’ presented by LIBERTY VICTORIA scheduled for SUN 8th MAY, which will feature a bunch of renowned artists including; ROSS WILSON, STEPHEN CUMMINGS, JANE CLIFTON, MARK SEYMOUR, LIZ STRINGER, SEAN KELLY & many more! Then due to their hugely successful show recently and to popular demand,MENTAL AS ANYTHING are making their way back to the MEMO stage on FRI 17th JUNE!

Please Read on to find out about our NEW SHOW ANNOUNCEMENTS, what’s on THIS WEEK and NEXT WEEK plus OTHER exciting MEMO news...

‘Fearless Music’ presented by Liberty Victoria ‘FEARLESS MUSIC’ PRESENTED BY LIBERTY VICTORIA

Celebrating 80 years of defending your rights feat. ROSS WILSON, STEPHEN CUMMINGS, JANE CLIFTON, MARK SEYMOUR, LIZ STRINGER, SEAN KELLY & many more. More info

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After a packed out show in February, the Mentals are back with their hits LIVE IT UP, TOO MANY TIMES, MR NATURAL & more! More info

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Located upstairs in the RSL Lounge. Great Room. Drinks at RSL prices. Enter via Acland Street. This week Winnebago presents: THE DUSTY MILLERS More info

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A Turkish gypsy music extravaganza featuring BASHKA + GALATA EXPRESS + D-JINN. There will be plenty of dance-floor action so come prepared! More info

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Peforming the re-recordings of their biggest hits including ‘Computer Games’ and ‘People’ alongside the stunning brand new single “SOMEBODY”. With guests: THE PLASTIC FINGERS More info

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Fri 29 APR – Electric Mary + Palace Of The King
FRI 06 MAY – My Leonard Cohen feat. Stewart D’arrietta
SAT 07 MAY – My Leonard Cohen feat. Stewart D’arrietta
FRI 13 MAY – Into The Mystic – The Music Of Van Morrison
FRI 20 MAY – The Pearly Shells – Big Dance
FRI 27 MAY – Bob Dylan 75th Birthday Salute feat. All-Star Line-up

SAT 28 MAY – Bob Dylan 75th Birthday Salute feat. All-Star Line-up
SUN 29 MAY – Bob Dylan 75th Birthday Salute feat. All-Star Line-up
FRI 03 JUN – Don Walker + Liz Stringer
SAT 11 JUN – Tex Perkins & Charlie Owen

SAT 18 JUN – ‘Leave Your Hat On’ – Songs Of Joe Cocker


JVG’s WINNEBAGO LOUNGE  – This week we have The Dusty Millers performing featuring; LISA MILLER, TRACEY MILLER & LORETTA MILLER. From 5pm, upstairs in the RSL, Drinks at RSL Prices! Plus FREE ENTRY!

We’re pleased to announce that the Hard Rockers PALACE OF THE KING will be special guests forELECTRIC MARY on FRI 29th APRIL!

– MEMO Music Hall is available for VENUE HIRE! ….. Ideal for Corporate Events, Film, Dance Classes, Fundraisers, Workshops, Theatre Productions, Festivals & More! FOR MORE INFO please contact 0429 468 486 OR email

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