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01 Joe Lutcher – Ojai.mp3
was an American R&B saxophonist and bandleader, the younger brother of singer Nellie Lutcher. He performed and recorded successfully in the 1940s, but later abandoned a commercial musical career and became an outspoken member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Wikipedia
02 Amália Rodrigues- La Salvador.mp3
Latin singer from portugal
In honour of international womens day
03 Patti Smith – Dancing Barefoot.mp3
04Can’t Feel My Superbass Dodie Clark, Andie Isalie, Orla Gartland.mp3
05 Backsliders Sixties Girl.mp3
06 Three Handed Beat Bandits – Exactly Like You.mp3
07 Jerrry Lee Lewis Rock And Roll.mp3
11 Backsliders Dark Side Of Newtown .mp3
12 Mountaingrass Australia Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival.mp3
13 Thunderstruck by Steve’n’Seagulls (LIVE).mp3
14 Jerry Lee Lewis You Don’t Have To Go.mp3
15 Pugsley Buzzard Sin City Lights.mp3
16 Muddy Wolfe – Life of a Working Man – live in 2410 Records Studio.mp3
The K-Town Funky Horns Return in 2019 to the Baroque Room. 1st Thursday of the month.
We’ve missed you !
Avalon presents the Friday Supper Club. Join us for live music, hearty meals & classic cocktails, every Friday night. This week Canto Latino Duo will provide the music-to-dine to.
Canto Latino Duo is Amanda Handel: voice and Jane Andino: keyboard.
Their music includes the dynamics of slinky tango and heart-wrenching fado along with happy dashes of Mexican and Latin music.
I’m back, playing the guitar and singing whatever I feel like.
Don't Hold On To The Feeling
One of Australia’s “roots-iest” reggae/jazz bands, Nick Garbett’s GARFISH, are heading to the Blue Mountains to put on a party! Join 7 of Australia’s top musicians, with James Greening and Carl Dewhurst supporting.
Date: Saturday, March 2nd, 2019
Location: The Ballroom @ The Palais Royale
Doors Open: 7:30 pm
First Set: 8:00-8:45 pm
Second Set: 9:00-9:45 pm
Tickets: $30 – Book online or call Chris on 0411 954 826
With their sticky n skanky rhythms and fat n juicy horns, Garfish has taken the instrumental style pioneered by old world Jamaican masters such as Sly and Robbie, Tommy McCook and The Skatalites to a new level in Australia! The live show features a hearty slice of Sydney’s most creative and groovy musicians stretching out over hypnotic reggae beats with a powerful three-piece horn section carrying catchy melodies you’ll be whistling for days!
Supported by James Greening & Carl Dewhurst
Nick Garbett – Trumpet
Matt Keegan – Sax
James Greening – Trombone
Ivan Jordan – Drums
Robbie Woolf – Organ/Keys
Carl Dewhurst – Guitar
Winston Stephenson – Bass
Proudly supported by Entertainment Blue Mountains and The Palais Royale!
Vanessa Caspersz and James Emerson are a Jazz duo from the Blue Mountains. Their repertoire is filled with the old standards, Dixieland and gypsy jazz. Vanessa’s voice is sweet, smooth and bright. An experienced vocalist, she has been singing with various bands, choirs and solo, for over a decade. Vanessa currently plays with her trio “Snail” and duo “Piccolo Bear,” and her most recent Jazz duo has had her singing most weekends in the Blue Mountains. James Emerson has studied Jazz guitar with some of the most prolific Sydney Jazz guitarists including Jeremy Sawkins and Mark Johns. His playing possesses a rich blend of melodic and chordal improvisations and moves through swinging walking bass lines.
Come along this Saturday to Palais Royale from 5:30 pm for ‘cocktail hour’ with the local talents of Vanessa and James.
‘Nombre 230’ @ Palas Royale:
It’s a Saturday afternoon and you’re getting ready to go out for dinner. You’ve either just arrived in the Mountains and you’re dinner reservation isn’t for a few hours yet, or you’ve been out all day and need a little cheeky ‘brightener’ before the party starts a little later. Maybe you’re still waiting for your friends to arrive in town? Maybe you’re after a little bit of live music and a drink before calling it a night early? Whatever the case, head to the iconic Palais Royale Boutique Hotel’s cocktail bar for live music and historic cocktails with a twist . . . we call this ’Nombre 230’. ‘Nombre 230’ is brought to you by The Palais Royale, Entertainment Blue Mountains and Music in the Mountains.
Where is ‘Nombre 230’:
Well, Palais Royale is located at number 230 Katoomba St in Katoomba of course. The cocktail bar is located in the lounge, right next to the historic front courtyard.
The roots of The Palais Royale involve a convent, a lottery winner, two cottages joined to create a larger guesthouse, a French-inspired Ballroom and 4-and-a-half star accommodation . . . intrigued? The Palais Royale is an iconic must-see historic hotel located in the heart of Katoomba. Head to www.palaisroyale.com.au for more information.
John C Hill, Linda Mizzi and Nina Kharakoz bring you a bit of Jazz, and a bit of everything else (including some laughs) and songs you’re sure to remember. Brought to you by Music in the Mountains – Hotel Blue, Katoomba. Saturday March 2, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
We’re having Nina Kharkov with us on piano accordion and backing vocals. Second set with new material. It’s going to be fun!!!! Crazy Russian and Hippy!! And conservative John! New Trio. Bit of jazz bit of this bit of that – Libertango!!
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