I have watched Shane Peters & Chris Clackson as The Blues Bros Rebooted, develop their performance, from Duo to full band, they can cater for most events and budgets, build you own show, as Shane plays guitar and Chris the drums dance brackets are often part of the show, popular package is a second drummer and a horn, as Minni the Moocher is playing he enters the audience, for a spectacular presentation.
The show features a Ghostbusters segment with audience participation entering as the green & White Ghosts, Bubble machines Laser and Smoke machine where permitted.
The PA is Bose LMmk11 hi tech and on smaller venues we provide Screen and
I am so pleased to present Doug Walters with The Punters Luncheons, why wait 12 mths to have a Melbourne cup day Doug will conduct a Calcutta 2 sweeps and a punters club all on an afternoon ladies get dress up and join the fun
Yes its happening at Warners Bay Sports Club Greg Hudson will send them to sleep Sat 14th Feb Valentines Day 2015 Hudson’s Hypnotic Show is the perfect entertainment. It combines mystery, comedy, music, sound effects and audience participation into one complete package.
Comedy hypnotist Greg Hudson takes volunteers from the audience and transforms them into star performers using the powers of suggestion. Imagine the looks on your guests faces as their friends and colleagues perform in amazing and unbelievable ways.
They will take on the persona’s of famous people, go back in time to when they were young children, visit an alien planet, get drunk on water and much much more.
Your audience will be fascinated by the power of the mind and will talk about this event long after it is over.
Both the audience and the volunteers will have the time of their life, for the audience it is fascinating, hilarious entertainment. The volunteers will find it a relaxing, fun filled and unforgettable experience.
Join us and bring your special person to celebrate Valentines day , Warners Bay Sports is a friendly club great food have a laugh with us on the night.
Bosco & Jacqui are Cash On Delivery, Australia’s No i Johnny Cash Show. Fresh after a tour with the Men Black are now available for bookings. They can perform with Backing track or full band. Ideal for Seniors Shows, Corporate or fund raising events. Give us a call and discuss whats best for your event. 0414 412 091
The Last 100 Years’, the first single to be released from Ian Quinn’s upcoming album Sign of the Times, reflects on the century since Australians fought in Gallipoli.
Did we forget or just ignore, how many died and what for?
Where has it gone, where did it go? Something’s not quite right you know.
Ian Quinn is an award winning singer-songwriter based in Karumba, in Queensland’s Gulf of Carpentaria.
He was recognised with a Golden Guitar in 2008, inducted into the Country Music Hands of Fame in 2009, and his compositions have been recorded by many well known artists including the late Slim Dusty.
His latest release ‘The Last 100 Years’ isn’t a war song; but 1914 marks the beginning of a century of change back home on Australian soil where our land is sold off, factories shut down, and our stories lost.
We’ve lost the farms, mined the land, sold nearly everything we can;
Shut the factories in our towns, nothing much left now to close down.
Over the last three decades Ian Quinn has forged a career not only in country music, but also as a commercial fisherman in an industry struggling with fishing ground closures and cheap imports.
“We can’t compete with overseas countries and we can’t compete with the wages they pay,” Ian said.
On drifting tides upon the seas, closures and imports stole our dreams.
We wrote the songs and sang them proud; sing them still, but not as loud.
Ian feels there are fewer writers of this generation committed to capturing the Australian lifestyle.
“Where have the great Australian songs and verse gone? The Lawson’s, the Paterson’s, the Joy McKean’s?
This song by Ian Quinn is one of loss. As a fisherman, as a songwriter, and as the son of a war veteran, his father a Rat of Tobruk, it’s a theme he feels deeply connected with, and a story he says needed to be told.
‘The Last 100 Years’ was produced and recorded by Roger Corbett at The Valley Studio in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, and recorded by Sam Wright at The Rec Room in Townsville, QLD.
Ian Quinn’s 7th full length studio album Sign of the Times is due for release in June this year.
For interview requests contact Ian Quinn: [phone] 0488 607 300 [email] firstname.lastname@example.org
In recent times I have been asked for sports speakers for dinners, on an informal basis, no plastic speakers. to audiences of about 50 people.
I am pleased to offer now Doug Walters The Slim Dusty of Cricket Ian Davis former CEO Dunlop and test cricket mate , myself a golfer who has not got worse since the day he pick up a golf club. I look forward to Tales from the dressing room as I delve into the antics of days gone by.
Sat 8th November at Berowra RSL , a cricket dinner with a difference Rodney Hogg Super Quick and cricket commentator , with Spin King Greg Matthews NSW Rep for ACA, radio personality and Len Pascoe to MC. 3 Test Cricketers with tales from the dressing room. Book early for this one. see details on Brochure