Part band incubator, part muso/singer/band-matching social club, the Club’s goal is to help and support people into playing live music.
From 60’s to 2000’s rock
The Jetty Boys
Off The Rails
Six In The City
6RPM are a six member band featuring guitars, keyboards, sax, drums and vocals.
We specialise in Rock and Roll from the ’50s and early ’60s.
We cover both late and great and living rockers from Bill Haley, Buddy Holly and Dion to Phil Spector’s Wall of Sound girl groups with a few of our Doo-Wop favourites.
If you want pure nostalgia or great dancing music, book us. We are available.
Playing favourite songs
Playing favourite songs
Crossfire provide the awesome sounds of great country rock to the night.
Contact: Tonia 0401244880
Playing the classics acoustically
From 60’s to 2000’s rock
|Joe Caltabiano – Vocals, Lead Rhythm and Acoustic guitar, Drums|
Doug Lorimer – Lead and Rhythm guitar
Akari Otomo – Backup vocals, Drums and Keyboards
Paul Divett – Bass guitar and Backup Vocals
|List a few songs that are typical of your set|
|Green eyes – Cold Play|
Good riddance time of your life – Greenday
Space Oddity – David Bowie
Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd
Riptide – Vance Joy
My Hero – Foo fighters
Wanted Dead or Alive – Bon Jovi.
What I Like about You – Romantics
Tombstone – Ocean Alley
Sultans of Swing – Dire Straits
Use Somebody – Kings of Leon
Sunshine of your love – cream
Times Like These – Foo Fighters
Everlong – Foo Fighters
Just what I needed – Cars.
Don’t Change – INXS.
House of the Rising Sun
No Secrets – The Angels
Paranoid – Black Sabbath.
Cool World – Mondo Rock
Introducing Adelaide’s newest Surf and Rock Instrumental band –
The Jetty Boys are three seasoned Musos with a passion for Surf and Instrumental Music.
They will take you on a reverb drenched, drum pounding journey across the years as they deliver some of the most enduring Surf and guitar-based instrumentals tunes ever recorded.
Their music influences start with the Surf Music movement in the early 1960’s with bands such as The Safaris, The Ventures & Dick Dale & His Deltones to name but a few. Their repertoire now includes memorable works by artists such as The Shadows, Australia’s very own The Atlantics and the inimitable Los Straitjackets from the U.S.A.
The Jetty Boys set lists and stage craft are all about entertainment & audience connection. Playing Classic Surf tunes is always fun, but these are deftly mixed with some wind-swept Spaghetti Western tunes, 60’s TV Spy Themes with an added dash of Pulp Fiction cool. But that’s not all…they also slip in the occasional surprise numbers with a twist; think Friday on My Mind, the Batman Theme and Game of Thrones to make exciting listening.
They love playing live and the set lists and volume are tailored to suit the venue and occasion. They can play smooth and low key, full on or a combination of both. Song list available on request.
The Jetty Boys are: Greg Palmer (Bass Guitar), Rob Green (Drums), and Michael Shade (Lead Guitar).
Nobody does it quite like The Jetty Boys!
Michael Shade – P: 0419 213 007 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Playing the modern classics acoustically
Llama is a 4 Piece band – and we love doing 70s and 80 covers plus.
We have Pauline as our lead singer – also playing a range of instruments.
Phil is shredding out those lead guitar licks.
Pete is rocking out the bass, and Tony is cooking some sweet Beats on the drums.
Why Llama? – in our first gig we grabbed a pic of some Llamas standing around and looking like they were an album cover – and it just stuck.
Who decided on the name? – as most of us had been in garage-bands that agonised for weeks trying to find a name, we didn’t want to spend time on this – we had a 5 minute brainstorming session…- and the rest might be history.
What’s an EWI? – it’s a synthesizer that instead of a keyboard uses keys like a sax/flute/recorder – or as one heckler put it – it’s a $2000 kazoo.
- Pauline Hines
- Phil Agaciak
- Peter Allen
- Tony Moribito
A few songs:
1 The loved one – INXS
2 Shape I’m in – Jo Jo Zep
3 Brass in pocket – Pretenders
4 Stray Cat Strut – Stray Cats
5 Wishing Well – Free
6 Come said the Boy – Mondo Rock
7 White Room – Cream
8 Run to You – Bryan Adams
9 Walking On the Moon – Police
Classic rock Classic rock …
The mellow sounds of some of your favourite songs
Midnight Shift play Rockabilly/Rock’n’Roll
Band members are:
- Graeme Vickerman – Drums/Vocals
- Barry Baddams – Guitar
- Arthur Scott -Bass/Vocals
- Karen Abbott – Guitar/Lead Vocals
Midnight Shift faithfully recreates the vintage rock & roll/rockabilly sounds of the 50s and 60s, along with unique r & r arrangements of some classic 70s/80s hits.
The band pays tribute to rock & roll/rockabilly artist such as Carl Perkins, Wanda Jackson, Chuck Berry, Eddie Cochran, Imelda May, Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley.
We were thrown together at a Weekend Warriors round back in June 2018 and have retained our original name “Rock Solid”.
Swapped out our Drummer and dropped the Keys to settle on a “Rock Solid” four piece.
We are all Rev Heads and love Fast Cars, Loud Bikes, High Heels and playing Rock Music. (OK, maybe it’s just Jane that likes High Heels!)
We take our song choices seriously and it has taken us 5 years to get 40 songs together!
Our band motto is “If it ain’t fun we ain’t gunna come” and this sentiment will continue to keep us together for many years to come.
- Jane Brown – Lead Vocals and Bass
- Richard Bailey – Lead Guitarist and Vocals
- Danny Massacci – Rythm Guitarise and Vocals
- Tony Musolino – Drums and Vocals
Stonehenge – A monument to Rock! Experience the best in classic rock from the 60’s thru to now, Live!
ph. Alan 0402407787 or Peter 0402265067
We do songs that are make you want to sing and dance along to from artists like Jo Jo Zep, INXS, Police, Mondo Rock, and classics from bands like Spectrum.