The Cabaret Club has been rocking through autumn with Mick Thomas & The Roving Commission recently taking stage and putting on their usual entertaining set of songs for the die-hard fans they seem to attract. Having recently revamped the video clip for ‘Step In Step Out’, the band has had an absolute blast touring through Victoria. Have a look at the new film-clip posted on the band’s Facebook page featuring Ayleen O’Hanlon.
Karova Lounge still do Ballarat proud bringing bands from near and far, and Bury Me In Autumn are due to play again with a few shows across the state so get amongst it if you can. The Ascended are the main support act and it is only $10 to get in.
Gold Coast rockers The Silencio released their debut album Anathema in 2017, and after touring on the back of several singles last year, the band have decided to head back out on the road again to celebrate the album. The band are quite diverse and their songwriting skills have really come to the fore with this ripper album. The sounds of Pink Floyd have clearly been playing in the tour bus as there is a clear influence when you listen to the title track. Really interesting song and quite unpredictable as it takes a few left turns! Wednesday 6 June will see the band play at Karova Lounge and it’s $10 to get in.
Lost Ones Basement Bar will host former Spoils frontman Sean Simmons on Sunday June 3. Armed with only a guitar, loop pedal and drone box, this sounds like a great way to end the weekend to me!Phil and Judy Edgeley will perform their maiden show at Lost Ones, bringing their high powered, high energy soul, blues, gospel, roots and folk music for us.
Moon & Mountain might be just the place to grab a bite to eat before you head out to see a band. Situated on Mair Street, the restaurant/cocktail bar offers informal dining with its unique menu that brings together the flavours of Asia with flavours from the East and a drinks list from the West.
Don’t miss Australia’s sweetheart Gabriella Cohen who is on her way to Ballarat to perform on Sunday June 24. Playing tracks from her wonderful album Pink Is The Colour Of Unconditional Love, doors will open at 4pm and all you need to do is hand over $15 as you walk in the door and you are in for one awesome afternoon.
Stay warm amigos, winter beckons!
Written by Glen Anderson