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ID:	74841 The following information has been kindly supplied by Dom Barbuto of the Melbourne Chapter of the Debonairs.

    From Doc White

    Melbourne Fringe Festival
    The Lowdown Hockum Orcehstra and Burlesque Review
    Play The Blues for Lost Souls
    Thursday 24th September
    The Melba Spiegeltent
    35 Johnston St. Collingwood 8.30pm

    The Lowdown Hokum Orchestra will be donating all proceeds from the 24th Septembers 'That's Showbiz' Melbourne Fringe Festival's performance to the Blues for Lost Souls initiative.

    The Blues for Lost Souls is a wonderful program that provides funds, food, clothing and support for the homeless. Find out more about their great work here
    It is recommended you book but tickets are available on the night from the Melba Spiegeltent box office.

    Be sure to grab your tickets to this hour of blues and debauchery and help support the less fortunate.

    Mae Parker's Hot Club
    Hidden Alley
    184 York St.
    Sth Melbourne
    Dinner from 6pm, Show from 7.30 - No Cover charge

    From Ruth Krawat
    Huey's Diner
    315 Coventry St. St Melbourne

    Friday 25th September
    ELVIS is in the building
    - starring Damian Mullin

    Sunday 27th September
    playing The Ferrets, The Beatles... and more!

    Bob Valentine Celebrating his 30th Anniversary Gig
    Saturday 26th September
    The Flying Saucer Club
    4 St. Georges Rd. Elsternwick

    I'm celebrating 30 years as a paid Professional Entertainer, with a night of song & a band of guys spanning the decades.
    Tickets can be booked thru the Flying Saucer Club website.
    Doors at 8, band at 8.30 - Bobby Valentime
    Reserved seating $30 +b/f
    General admission $20 +b/f

    From Andy Phillips

    Fri 25th Sept Andy Phillips & The Cadillac Walk at THE DANCING DOG
    42A Albert St, Footscray
    8pm til late, Free Entry

    Sat 26th September: Andy Phillips & The Cadillac Walk at SAINTS & SAILORS
    36 Newcombe St, PORTARLINGTON
    8pm til late, Free Entry

    Sun 27th September: Liz & Andy Duo at SOUNDBAR
    1625 Point Nepean Rd, ROSEBUD WEST, *Table Bookings, Ph: (03) 5986 8118, Website:
    2pm-5pm, Free Entry, Family Friendly

    The Intrepid Hounds

    Saturday 26th September
    Lucky 13 Garage
    8 Cochranes Rd. Moorabbin

    The Intrepid Hounds Funk Band are a High Energy Funk Band, featuring a diverse set of professional musicians with over 30 years of experience at the top.
    Playing jazzed up funk driven arrangements of classic vintage covers in a way that is exciting & visually enjoyable to watch, not to be missed.
    John JT Toney ­-Vocals. From Chicago Stevie Wonder ,George Benson , Al Green & Earth Wind & Fire.
    Ron Peers - Guitar. Bands ­ Stylus , Lee Rittenour, Ike & Tina Turner, Average White Band, Kool & The Gang, Thelma Housten, Russell Morris, Vanessa Amarosi, Rene Geyer, John Farnham .
    Joe Hiltz - Bass. Cameron Daddo, Ross Nicholson, The Interpreters Funk Band & Fast Eddy Wilkinson (UK)
    Kevin Murphy - Vocals & Drums. Kevin has played with include: John Paul Young, Peter Cupples Band, Tina Arena, Craig McLachlan and Venetta Fields.
    Dave Carter plays Keyboards. Melbourne cover bands Network, Adore and Adoration on The Gospel Train. TV jingles Tina Arena
    Damon Grant - Sax (Kylie Auldist, Goose)

    From Mike Rudd
    Sunday 27th September
    3.00 ­ 6.00
    St Andrews Pub
    cnr Kangaroo Grnd & St Andrews Rds
    St Andrews 9710 1201

    Flying Saucer Club

    Fri 25 Sep 8pm:
    PARTY GIRLS present ³(STILL) LIKE A VIRGIN ­ Œ80s HITS FROM MADONNA & MORE² ­ Melbourneıs funniest and favourite tribute to female artists of the Œ80s, Party Girls, invite you to celebrate Madonnaıs birthday at the Flying Saucer Club. Performing their fabulous show for one night only, the five-piece band will deliver their unforgettable musical experience featuring hits from The Material Girl, Cher, Pat Benatar, Tina Turner, the Bangles, the Go Gos, ABBA, Suzie Quatro and more. From supporting The Chantoozies, headlining the Cream and Chillout Festivals, and performing at private functions and fundraisers galore, the girls are bringing their high-energy all-ages show to the peeps, complete with costume changes, big wigs, cheesy choreography, audience participation and hilarity guaranteed. So dust off your disco balls, gel that hair up and donıt miss your chance to dance the night away to this amazing band. BYO egg shaker; prizes for best Madonna dress-ups and more! SELLING FAST!

    Sat 26 Sept 8pm:
    ­ In celebration of his time in the business, Bobby Valentine is making his way to the Flying Saucer Club in a performance aptly titled ³30 Years Of Getting Paid For It². Heıs put together a ripping five-piece combo to perform his music in all of its phases. You can expect an eclectic mix of old, new, jazz, country, blues, originals and tributes to Bobbyıs heroes and influences along the way. No genre is off limits when it comes to this show. Weıre so excited to celebrate this huge milestone with him; itıs going to be a big one! SELLING FAST!

    Sun 27 Sep 3pm:
    ­ Founder of the legendary Œ70s band Buffalo, Dave Tice is set to perform a rocking Sunday afternoon show this September. Featuring in the band alongside Dave are Peter Walker (ex-Bakery), Charlie Farrugia and Chris Tagg (ex-Radiators). The outfit will be playing a mix of original songs and Buffalo classics, with a sprinkling of the blues cream of the crop. Prepare for the band to rock the roof off the Saucer. Hold onto your hats, this is one not to be missed!


    Thu 1 Oct 8pm:
    LIZ STRINGER + Gretta Ray
    ­ One of Melbourne's most highly respected songwriters and musicians, Liz Stringer, is returning home from her first Canadian tour to play at the Flying Saucer Club. Since the release of her first album Soon in 2006, Liz has gone on to record another three albums. Last year, Liz released a live solo album and DVD, Live at The Yarra, which led to sold out shows on a 15-date solo tour around Australia, immediately followed by a support slot on The Waifsı national tour. Donıt miss this opportunity to catch this beautiful performer live in an intimate setting.

    Fri 2 Oct 8pm:
    ­ These guys need no introduction, theyıre regulars at the Flying Saucer and theyıre returning again in October. Get along on the first Friday night in October to see Jam The Funk pay tribute to the likes of Rufus & Chaka Khan, Sly & the Family Stone, the Commodores, Kool & the Gang, Earth, Wind & Fire, Stevie Wonder and many, many more. Itıs guaranteed to be an evening of funky, funky music, so make sure youıve got your dancing shoes on!

    Caravan Club

    Fri 25 Sep 8pm


    - After four sold out shows last year we are very excited to have the very talented JOHN WATERS and STEWART D'ARRIETTA back at the 'Van to perform their theatrical interpretation of the John Lennon story. The show features 31 songs including 'A Day in the Life', 'Strawberry Fields Forever', 'Revolution', 'Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds', 'Woman', 'Jealous Guy', 'Imagine' and more, Get in quick if you don't want to miss out! SELLING FAST

    Memo Theatre

    MEMO LOUNGE SHOWS (upstairs in the St. Kilda RSL)
    Every Sunday from 5-7pm;




    Ross Hannaford & The Critters
    Sunday 27th September 3pm
    The Caravan Club
    ROSS HANNAFORD & his all star CRITTERS (Feat ..JAMES TIM NEAL (Keys),GEORGE BUTRUMLIS (accordion),RAY PEREIRA (perc),YURI PAVLINOV (bass), PETER MARIN (Drums) plus special Guest JAMES BLACK) blast back into Caravan on SUNDAY SEPT 27th at 3 pm.

    It is no secret that Ross has been battling serious health problems all year but now feels strong enough to play his own headline show at Caravan.
    Ross is truly a creative genius on guitar recently attracting rave reviews playing along side Gurrumul and last Saturday night he was a magic part of a sublime Shane Howard show at Caravan.

    Shane Howard described Ross as "one of the greatest guitarists in the world's right up with Hendrix"
    This will be very special and If you only see one show this year this is the one!


    Think steins, bratwurst, pretzels and oompah bandsŠ
    thatıs right ­ Oktoberfest at The Village is back for the third year running!

    One night only
    Ormond Hall - Friday 16 October from 6pm til late!

    Come with your friends or get your work team together for the ultimate after work drinks!

    Entry is $15 and includes an Oktoberfest stein.

    Corporate Packages start from $10 per person,
    options include reduced group entry prices, reserved seating, stein cups and BEER!

    Village Melbourne 557 St. Kilda Road Melbourne VIC 3004.


    Jackson's Lounge Bar
    8 Jackson St. Toorak
    FRIDAY 2nd OCTOBER, 2015

    Doors 8pm | Showtime 9pm

    $10 General Entry or $50 Dinner & Show (Two Course, Main & Dessert)

    For dinner reservations, please call Marquee on 03 9827 8244

    Touring & performing around Australia for over 25 years, they know exactly how it's done.
    Re-live the sound and music of Australia's icons.

    Featuring the best musicians and the always entertaining powerhouse vocals of Andy Baker up front.
    Be prepared for a fun-packed live show with Aussie Classics from AC/DC, Angels, Dragon, Noiseworks, Screaming Jets, Choirboys, Cold Chisel, Jimmy Barnes, Easybeats, Stevie Wright, Billy Thorpe, Daddy Cool, Hush & much more! If you love your Aussie Rock, then Kings of Oz is a must see show!

    The Pardoners (Sam See & Glyn Mason)

    Saturday, September 26, 2015
    The Winelarder 6:00pm
    1/153 Martin Street, Brighton, VIC [For this show only - Glyn Mason & Lindsay Fields)

    Sunday, October 18, 2015
    Field, See and Mason @ The Royal Oak Hotel 4:00pm
    442 Nicholson Street, Fitzroy North, VIC

    Saturday, October 31, 2015
    The Winelarder 6:00pm
    1/153 Martin Street, Brighton, VIC (Australia)

    Saturday, November 14, 2015
    The Winelarder 6:00pm
    1/153 Martin Street, Brighton, VIC (Australia)

    Sunday, November 15, 2015
    Field, See and Mason @ The Royal Oak Hotel 4:00pm
    442 Nicholson Street, Fitzroy North, VIC

    From David Pepperell

    Many of the Debonairs might like to come to the launch of Colin Talbot and my book
    "The 100 Greatest Australian Singles of the 60ıs".

    There will be a live band, featuring Gary & Wayne from Daddy Cool, Mick Hamilton, Chris Stockley and Sam See, plus appearances by ten of the artists with singles in the book performing their song.

    Itıs at the Memo Music Hall in Acland Street, St. Kilda on Sunday 1 November 2015.

    Tickets can be bought here:

    Facebook page is here:

    The book can be pre-ordered here:

    All the best

    David N. Pepperell
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