The party season is an all year round happening in Broome. Keep up to date with the latest gigs in the Broome Gig Guide! Scroll down for Bio’s, well Bios for ones who have supplied them! Also scroll down a little for our regular gigs around town!
Broome Gig Guide – September 2014
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Shinju Long Table Lunch
Saturday, 6th September, 2014
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Resonance Tour in Broome
Wednesday, 10th September, 2014
DIDGERIDOO ARTISTS AND SINGERS WILLIAM BARTON AND MARK ATKINS FEATURE IN FULL MOON CONCERT AT PEARL LUGGERS
Tura New Music in association with 2014 Shinju Matsuri Festival announces the 2014 instalment of Tura’s multi-award winning Regional Touring Program in Broome.
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Broome Gig Guide – August 2014
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Celebrate the 2014 Race Round at the Roey!
Battle Royale at the Roey!
Get your dancing shoes on for the Battle Royale on August 9th 2014.
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Sat 16th August playing at the Roey, Oasis Bar
Broome’s favourite musical son
Playing at the Pearler’s Bar
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Get ready for the 2014 Saltwater Music Festival!
** DRY SEASON SALTWATER MUSIC FESTIVAL **
FRIDAY 8th Aug and SATURDAY 9th Aug
Playing at the Divers Tavern
Beginning with the Awesome Broome Diva, Suzie Quicke
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** WET SEASON SALTWATER MUSIC FESTIVAL **
Special guest artist this year is legendary entertainer, ARIA award winning songwriter, the one and only: Mick Thomas (Weddings Parties Anything)!
Playing at the Divers Tavern on 2 stages – Sunday 2nd February! – 12pm to 9.30pm! – Great food!
15 bands for $30! Great Value!
Broome Gig Guide – November 2013
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Broome Gig Guide – October 2013
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Broome Gig Guide – September 2013
Don’t miss out on some great gigs coming up in September. Russell Morris plays at Divers Tavern Sunday 29th!
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Broome Gig Guide – August 2013
More August gigs coming soon!
Pearlers 7 – 10 pm .. Oasis Bar 8-11 pm .. Sports Bar 8.30-11.30 pm
42 decibel featuring Matt Bamkin, Cody Robson and Mick Stephen take things up a level, with Matt Bamkin, guitar, lead vocals ,stomp box and pedals, Cody Robson, Vocals/playing mandolin, guitar, bass guitar, harmonica and using his unique designed (glove stick) which allows him to play floor tom and symbols whilst playing other instruments.
Adding the keyboard and backing vocals from Mick Stephen.
42 Decibel are not only a very versatile sound with the selection of different instruments, they also have great 3 part harmony.
42 Decibel are without a doubt the up and coming local band, whom have a growing list of original songs which have attracted the attention festival organisers, whom have extended the invite to play at some next year, there a 3 piece with a big and unique sound ideal for functions, weddings, parties and corporate affairs.
Manager – Mike Tucker .. firstname.lastname@example.org. Ph 0417 183 559
Genre – Broome’s premier party band, rocking up-tempo covers from the past 40 years, plus groovy original tunes.
Ralph Berman – drums
Cody Robson – Lead Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Mandolin and Harmonica
Mick Stephens – tapping keyboards and vocals
Scott Shinnock – bass
Description – 4-piece rock band available for pubs, weddings, parties, minesites & corporate functions.
Manager – Mike Tucker .. email@example.com. Ph 0417 183 559
Influences – Coldplay, U2, Dylan, Creedence, Pearl Jam, Wolfmother, Beatles, Hendrix, Bob Marley, Crowded House, The Clash, The Angels, Hendrix, The Doors, Cruel Sea, Kings of Leon, Bluejuice. Foo Fighters, Wolfmother and more.
Described as strong, rich, deep, earthy, sultry, honey and organic, this singer has been influencing audiences for 2 decades and continues to expand her repertoire and audience. Moving to Broome in the North West in 1992 she began to get involved with the very creative community and in 1995 she recorded ‘Hook Line and Sinker” for the community woman’s album, ‘Hidden Voice’. With a diverse repertoire of original, contemporary, jazz, folk and blues, suitable for club, restaurant, bar, wedding ceremonies, dinner and cocktail events as a soloist or ensemble.
A keyboard/piano player with many years experience. He has played in the Mary G show, along with many bands, like the Saibo’s, Cheffy’s all Stars and Ask dad.
Stu has been dedicated to live performance and production through his 20 year music career… In addition to producing 5 solo CDs/and EPs, he has performed in a variety of venues from large scale festivals to pubs and clubs throughout Australia, Canada and Europe receiving local airplay on these continents… Stu’s vocal ability, compelling lyrics, acoustic grooves continue to delight audiences everywhere.
Gleny Rae and Sarah Carroll
Traditional forms of western swing, bluegrass, gypsy jazz and rockabilly.
Dave Mann with his battle worn guitar has been traveling Australia and overseas, for the last five years performing his down to earth acoustic songs with passion and intimacy. Open-tunings, slide guitar and Dave’s dynamic vocals create a rich combination of raw roots energy with soulful tender lyricism that cuts straight to the truth.
Bio: “What sets Toby apart from other performers mining a similar vein is her infectious energy, a kind of worldly appreciation of life that makes even her most melancholy songs thrum with a kind of joyousness. It’s a key reason why her live performances are so acclaimed, and it’s translated well here. Toby has crafted a well-rounded release that encapsulates her sound while still being acoustically diverse. “Girls with beautiful big blues voices are rare and I love them when they come along. Toby’s one of those.” RENEE GEYER.
Angel and the Badman
Genre: Pop, Indie
Region: Adelaide, SA
Members: Rachel Cearns – Vocals, Guitars, piano’s Dusty Lee – Vocals, Guitars, drums, bass, lap steel, Piano accordion
Influences: Josh Pyke, Joni Mitchell, led zeppelin
Artist Website: www.facebook.com/angelandthebadman
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North of the Rocks
Some of Broomes more accomplished musicians have melded together to bring you some classic rock covers bridging the 60′s to the naughties. Featuring Darren Wardle, vocals, rhythm guitar, Lyndon Jenkins vocals, keyboard, Dan Guidera vocals, lead guitar, Tony Molloy vocals, bass and Robin Strauss on drums, North of the Rox play music with naked passion.
Showcases the musical talents of Danny Christensen (sounds of Jeff Buckley), seasoned musicians Shane Dahlestrom and Darryn Wardle, and features “The Hobbyist” Robin Strauss on drums, providing a backbeat that will have you on the dance floor. Sharing the vocals, Danny, Shane and Darryn cover popular songs in their own inimitable styles. Fraydknot provides an appealing rock edge to their music unlike any other band in town. A great outfit, guaranteeing a rocking good night.
Miss Behave & the School of Funk
Broome’s newest band sensation, Miss Behave & the School of Funk combine the talents of seven unique local musicians playing funky motown classics. Monique Le Lievre – vocals, Mick Stephens – keys, Cody Robson – guitar, Steve Cook – bass, Damian Watkiss – drums and vocals, Tim Malone – saxophone and Ralph Berman – trumpet, that’s right – trumpet!
3 ½ men
Not your average Broome band, 3 & ½ Men devote themselves almost exclusively to rock from the last decade or two. Playing songs from Green Day, Powderfinger, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Oasis and many more; Broome locals Crowy (vocals), Scotty (guitar), Dan (bass) and Ralphy (drums & smiling) will keep you rocking all night.
Dan Guidera, Pete Harper and Lyndon Jenkins have been performing regularly as ASK DAD in Broome for the last five years. Blues, Jazz and Country music is performed on acoustic guitar, acoustic double-bass and keyboards. Their eclectic repertoire consists of arrangements of classic and obscure songs from the last century – anything from Robert Johnson to Jack Johnson!
Caravãna Sun is a frenetic fusion of gypsy fuelled ska surf rock.
Since 2009, Caravãna Sun have built a reputation for fist pumping, personality filled live shows. Blending natural soulful lyrics with bouncing “gypsy ska” grooves, they’ve introduced even the most conservative crowds to the dance floor.
Based and inspired by the Cronulla coastline (Sydney, Australia), Caravãna Sun launched their debut album Rising Falling at Bondi’s infamous Beach Road Hotel in October 2011. The independent release featuring single ‘Feel Better’, established solid roots with their previously underground fan base and new fans began popping up like flash mobs over the East and West coasts of Australia on their subsequent tours. With a strong injection of gypsy culture bleeding through their already infectious sound, the creative collective returned to Europe in the winter of 2012 to visit the roots of inspiration behind their debut album, Rising Falling. The European tour stopped by touring venues and festivals in Switzerland, France, Holland and Spain taking in many lounge room floors and welcoming couches along the way.
Do not miss your chance to catch Caravana Sun’s next live show, stay tuned to the website and stop by the Caravãna Sun facebook page for a swag of summer dates over the West and East coasts and get set for a toe-tapping, high knee, body rocking performance from the unquestionably talented and insatiably spirited Caravãna Sun, featuring frontman Luke Carra, Ant Beard on bass, Alex Dumbrell on drums and Eamon Dilworth on trumpet.
Pinstripe is a professional cover band, rocking out across the Kimberley with the latest hits from the Top 40 and Triple J. This six piece band, led by Scott Mackenzie, formed in 2012. The experience these guys and girls have is mind blowing: from professional corporate bands in Perth to supporting some of Australia’s top bands in Melbourne and even throwing a music degree into the mix. Pinstripe is guaranteed to get the dance floor pumping and leave everyone wanting more! Pinstripe Facebook Page
Blue Bone Baby
Is an acoustic 4 piece band featuring Tania Praino on vocals, AJ Moore on Guitar/Vocals, Lloyd Pigram on percussion and Manan Bin Sahari on acoustic guitar. They have developed a unique ‘broome-style’ sound and have become well known around the town. Their songs range from easy listening dinner style music to upbeat songs to get the whole place up and dancing.