Dear MEMO Music Lovers,

Last weekend, we had a fantastic turn-out for both Mental As Anything and Reece Mastin, so much so, that on the Sunday show, we had people lining up from 7am! … now that’s dedication! It is a wonderful thing to see so many music lovers support live music.

We are just about to head into another weekend of fabulous Music as tonight THE PEARLY SHELLS SUMMER BALL take over the MEMO with their superb Big Band flare and a line-up of special guests including the remarkable YVETTE JOHANNSON and the smooth sounds of THE HUMMINGBIRDS. Jazz lovers and dance enthusiasts unite as this how will be a night of pure delight….Also, we are opening the upstairs balcony with extra seats for those who have General Admission tickets and are wanting a spectacular view.

Sunday arvo sees the return of JVG’s Winnebago Lounge (upstairs in the RSL) which is a real hit with the locals as not only does the lounge provide quality live entertainment, drinks at RSL prices and a chilled out  atmosphere, but it is FREE! So head on down to St Kilda’s RSL and see out your weekend with a skip in your step!

NEW SHOW ANNOUNCEMENTS

SUN 28 Feb

JVG’S WINNEBAGO LOUNGE – EVERY SUNDAY ARVO

It’s BACK ON! Located upstairs in the RSL. Great Room. Drinks at RSL prices. Enter via Acland Street. This week Winnebago presents: SPOONFUL More info

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SAT 5 March

VINCE JONES – WITH STRINGS ATTACHED

RRR FM presents VINCE JONES at MEMO, this time WITH STRINGS ATTACHED – backed by the beautiful sounds of the THE SILO STRING QUARTET. More info

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SAT 6 March

REBECCA BARNARD PRESENTS ‘SONGS MY FATHER TAUGHT ME’

After her successful sold-out show at the Paris Cat in 2015, we are excited to have Rebecca present her encore performance at MEMO in 2016. More info

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Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.