From Mahalia Barnes to Joe Camilleri, Steve Balbi and more, Bowral Bowling Club is set to liven up your Monday Nights.
Bowral Bowling Club has been lighting up the stage with a series of live music gigs.
The venue recently hosted Steve Kilby from The Church as part of its Music Mondays.
Its next musical gift is Great Southern Nights Land of 1000 Gigs which will kick off in November and feature a stellar line up of homegrown acts.
Mahalia Barnes and the Soul Mates will kick the month off with a fully sold out show on November 9.
Joe Camilleri and his Black Sorrows partner Claude Carranza will back in Bowral on November 11.
Renowned for their high-energy live shows, musicianship and infectious raw, rootsy, rhythms, The Black Sorrows have not stopped recording and performing since Joe formed the band in 1984. From gospel to sweet soul, raw blues to country and wild rock'n'roll joyrides, no musical style is left in the corner waiting for a dance partner.
Next on the Great Southern Nights Land of 1000 gigs is Steve Balbi who will perform on November 16.
The music of singer, composer, performer and producer Steve Balbi mines a kaleidoscope of life at the margins. Transcending rock and pop while coalescing sentimentality and soul, Balbi bespeaks Bowie and Dylan in melody and verse, exploring the heterogeneity, refinement and dirty rotten groove of Radiohead.
Balbi's eclectic catalogue of production credits transcend genres, for the dynamic assemblage of artists that he's produced includes Noiseworks, Electric Hippies, Glenn Shorrock, Juice, Jenny Morris, Pearls and Swine, Toe to Toe, Vincent Stone, Fyre Byrd, Moon, and Christine Anu, among numerous others. And in 1999, Balbi sat in on vocals and guitar for David Bowie's Hours sessions alongside legendary producer Marius de Vries.
Rounding up the Great Southern Night Land of 1000 gigs is Adelaide talent, The Audreys on November 23.
Launching in 2006 with Triple J faves "You and Steve McQueen", "Oh Honey' and "Banjo and Violin" from their debut album, The Audreys now have five albums worth of songs to choose from and just as many hilarious anecdotes.
Predominantly playing as a duo these days, Taasha Coates and Tristan Goodall have a chemistry like no other, and every show will bring you from laughter to tears and all the way back again.
Due to Covid Restrictions there are only show tables and dinner and show tables available. Tables can be purchased for groups of two, four, six, eight and 10.
One Ticket per person issued for each table. Please arrive and assemble as a complete group before entering the club.
All tickets can be purchased via moshtix at https://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/eclectic-sounds
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