Music at the Hub is a quality, casual ‘night out’ listening, dancing if you wish and enjoing talented musicians and performers in a relaxwed atmosphere.
Genre includes Folk, Blues, Jazz, easy listening and soft Rock depending on the artists.
February 18th – performers are:
John Fegan – Singer, Songwriter, Story Teller
After 20 years fronting one of Australia’s most iconic folk rock bands, Rough Red, John has a wealth of stories and songs about people and places from all the far flung corners of Europe and Great Britain. A renowned raconteur and award winning writer the stories resonate with all the colour, pathos and drama of a magical musical journey. They were the first Aussie band to play in many of the great summer festivals of Europe and Scandinavia forging a path that many would follow. So if you love a good yarn and a well-crafted song grab a drink, sit back and prepare to embark on a remarkable journey of laughter and music that very few ever get to experience …
‘That 60’s Guy’ – Robbie McGowan
If you are not sure what the 60’s was… do lava lamps, Austin Powers, the word ‘Psychedelic’ and Go-Go dancers bring memories back to you? If you used the words ‘Groovy’ & Hip’ then this will be your night to enjoy.
Songs from Herman’s Hermits, The Hollies, Monkees, Ray Charles, The Beatles, Manfred Mann, Elvis, Johnny Cash, Animals, The Drifters, Righteous Brothers, Johnny OKeefe and many more artists.
Rob has toured with the fabulous Drifters as their support act and as their Guitarist during their show in Australia.
Here’s what the audiences are saying about “That 60’s Guy”
Ø “You showed the change in music in the decade of the sixties”
Ø “A real professional entertainer”
Ø “Great music, atmosphere, musicians”
Ø “Very entertaining…great songs”
Ø “Excellent show” “Brings back memories”
Ø “Thoroughly enjoyed the music selection…a fabulous night”
Centenary Community Hub
Mt Ommaney Shopping Centre
171 Dandenong Rd
(We are at the entrance to Mt Ommaney Shopping centre next to the library, opposite the bus terminal and Mt Ommaney Fire Station)
Doors open at 6.00pm with performances beginning at 7pm.
Ample parking on site
$10.00 entry per person (under 14 years old free entry) CASH only, includes entry to lucky door prizes
Food and Refreshments
Light meals, cheese & nibble platters, snacks, soft drinks, water, tea and coffee are available at very reasonable prices. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available.
BYO alcoholic drinks ONLY, don’t forget your glasses…. no BYO snacks or food please.
The sale of food and drinks helps to keep the cost of entry low, thank you.
Bookings appreciated and recommended – Booking helps us with our setting up and catering, thank you.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0499 999 772 to secure your table, if unanswered, please leave a message.
Don’t forget the St Patricks night on Saturday 11th March
Volunteer Hub Manager & President
Centenary Community Connections
CCC mobile 0499 999 772