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20 Saturday
members & guests
June 18+

Pseudo Echo

Pseudo Echo pioneered the 80s with their stylized electro sound and look establishing themselves as one of the most iconic, multi award-winning and influential bands in the country, producing several Top 10 hits including “ Listening”, “A Beat for You”, “Don’t Go”, “Love An Adventure” and “Living in a Dream”, gold and platinum albums “Autumnal Park”, “Love An Adventure” and “Race”.

Following their worldwide smash-hit “Funky Town”, the band has released several studio albums including “Teleporter”, “Ultraviolet” and more recently “Live at the Viper Room” recorded at the legendary Viper Room in LA.

The band is back bigger than ever to critical acclaim with an edgy look and sound, reflected in the band’s social media, drawing a new generation of fans and touring sellout shows nationally and internationally with the likes of Culture Club, Human League and Belinda Carlisle.

Their latest release; an “electro-funk-rock” version of the 70’s Classic “Nutbush City Limits” showcases “duel keytars”, “electronic drums”, together with Canham’s deep rich signature vocal and blazing raw guitar style.

Now catch the energy of Pseudo Echo performing all of their smash hits, as well as a “mega mix” extended version of their international smash hit Funky Town including some real surprises .. back by popular demand for one night only!

9 Friday
members & guests
October All Ages

The McClymonts

The McClymontsare back in 2020 with their biggest tour in two years. Brooke, Sam & Mollie willhit the road with their full electric band and a swag of new songs in what will be one of the mostexciting shows of 2020.

With hit-after-hit and their spectacular harmonies,The McClymonts areAustralia’s favourite girl group. Grab your friends and kick it up with The McClymonts.

7 Saturday
members & guests
November 18+


QUEEN is amongst the greatest rock band of the twentieth century and Freddie Mercury is hailed by many as the most charismatic and flamboyant performer in contemporary rock and has that amazing and unmistakable unique voice loved by many fans Worldwide.

Thomas Crane is arguably the best Freddie Mercury in Australia if not the World. He has had many years of experience and is the closest thing to the real Freddie Mercury alive. He sounds like Freddie, looks like Freddie and get the crowd’s reaction just like Freddie. Thomas can even sing amazing Opera and play the piano so, you won’t be disappointed with his fantastic talent.

Now Thomas Crane and his band Bohemian Rhapsody bring back to life the visual excitement and stage energy for which Queen are renowned. They are touring Sydney from late April 2013.

Anyone who knows anything about Queen is well aware that a huge part of the Queen live experience was their stage presence, their flamboyance, theatrics and energy. At a Bohemian Rhapsody show, none of this is lost in translation, the posturing and preening, the strutting and showmanship. Bohemian Rhapsody stands alone to showcases the music of the greatest rock band of all times.

Everything is here, right down to the trademark cheeky banter and singing contests between Freddie and his audience. Bohemian Rhapsody manage to take everything that made a Queen show unique, and bring it back to life before your very eyes and ears. Featuring some of Australia’s best musicians Bohemian Rhapsody will leave you with an unforgettable Queen experience.

For those of you who were fortunate enough to see Queen perform live during their reign, this will be a wonderful trip down memory lane for you.

For those of you who never got quite that lucky….
The Show Must Go On…. And it does….. with Bohemian Rhapsody !!

Bohemian Rhapsody starts their performance from the music of  the 1970’s – the decade and leather and long hair, through to the 80’s and 90’s when Queen were the hottest act in music, with such immortal rock hits as “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”, ”We Will Rock You” “We Are The Champions” and of course “Bohemian Rhapsody”.

The show is becoming more and more in demand that they are touring the U.S. in July this year. Bohemian Rhapsody plays to packed houses and passionate audiences, and their popularity is such that their fan base is strong throughout Australia and overseas. Because the music featured in the show covers the 1970’s through to the millennium, the audience is always a broad collection of fans from eighteen year olds through to retirees – who all share a love of timeless rock music                

For a fantastic Queen experience catch BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY at a venue near you.  

19 Saturday
members & guests
June 18+

The Angels


‘No Secrets’, The Angels’ first Top 10 hit, concludes with a whispered question:

Can you please tell me what the time is?

Remarkably, it’s time for the 40th anniversary of Darkroom, the classic Angels album featuring ‘No Secrets’, ‘Face The Day’ and ‘Poor Baby’.

The Angels will be touring the Darkroom album in 2020, re-recording the album, both in the
studio and live. The live show will also be filmed. It’s part of The Angels’ “Recharged” series
(which has already seen the band revisit 1978’s Face To Face and their follow-up album No Exit).

The band will play the Darkroom album in its entirety, followed by a set of Angels classics and some rarities.

Darkroom, with its distinctive cover – all-black, featuring just two menacing eyes – is a record loaded with memories, for both fans and the band.

Somewhere in the dark room, there’s a sign on the door that says, “Help for those who’ve got the urge to stray” …

Darkroom was the first album The Angels made after signing an international recording deal with CBS. The Angels were recording ‘The Moment’ when they heard that their friend Bon Scott – who had championed the band – had died. And John Brewster fondly recalls Peter Garrett visiting the band and giving them a handwritten letter, wishing them all the best for their overseas adventure.

Darkroom became the band’s highest-charting album in the US (where they were known as Angel City), entering the Billboard charts at the end of 1980. The album also hit number five in Australia.

Noted Australian rock biographer Murray Engleheart says ‘No Secrets’ and ‘Face The Day’ were “the most complete expression of all the alienation, isolation and psychosis that had long been at the core of The Angels … it was definitive, rolled-gold Angels”. ‘Face The Day’ was later covered by American band Great White. Their version charted in the UK when released as a single in 1986.

When the Darkroom album was released in Australia, on June 16, 1980, The Angels were the biggest band in the country. They were all over Countdown, there was a Nightmoves special, and they even popped up in The Australian Women’s Weekly. “For those of you faithfully dusting your Glenn Miller records,” the magazine helpfully introduced its readers to The Angels, “Australia’s top-drawing live band”.

Produced by the Brewster brothers, Darkroom took The Angels to the US, where they were famously kicked off The Kinks tour “for being too good”. But the band found some high-profile fans, including Guns N’ Roses, Cheap Trick, Mötley Crüe and Pearl Jam.

Writing recently about the Darkroom song ‘The Moment’, Australian rock writer Darryl Mason commented: “The Angels/Angel City played this during sold-out theatre shows in Seattle and Portland in the early 1980s. Think it had any influence on Grunge? There’s a half-dozen Nirvana, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam songs that sound like evolutions of Angels songs.”

Darkroom is complete with classic characters, tales of “wasted sleepless nights”, and unforgettable images: Amanda, the actress, with dilettante steps (‘No Secrets’), Invisible darkness can’t see the tears I cry (‘Face The Day’), Because night comes early when you’re lonely (‘Night Comes Early’), and When you wake up naked in a supermarket (‘I’m Scared’).

It’s the story of seizing the moment – One day of faceless living is 24 hours too long! – and of a band that comes alive on stage in dark rooms, demanding, Give me the night.

And musically, the Darkroom album is filled with thrills, including Rick Brewster’s searing guitar solo in ‘No Secrets’, the thundering drums in ‘Night Comes Early’ (a song that encapsulates everything that makes The Angels great), the guitar interplay in ‘I’m Scared’, and John Brewster’s harmonica break in ‘Devil’s Gate’.

The Angels have a storied history. And it’s a story that’s still being written by founding members John and Rick Brewster, and singer Dave Gleeson, drummer Nick Norton, and John’s son, Sam, on bass.

“The band is re-energised to the extent that I feel like it’s a young band again,” Rick says. “I feel like I felt when we started out.”

Growing up in Newcastle, Dave Gleeson – who later formed The Screaming Jets – loved The Angels. “Their songs from the late ’70s and early ’80s are more ingrained in me than even Jets songs, because they’ve been with me since I was 12 or 13 years old.”

Four decades on, it’s time to shine a light on an album that’s occasionally overlooked but remains an Aussie rock classic.

Take a calculated thrill … staring voices, from the dark room

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