Joe Camilleri returns 

Veteran music legend Joe Camilleri, returns with a rockin’ four piece to The Palais, including Joe Creighton , Claude Carranza and Tony Floyd.
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Always reinventing and reinterpreting a myriad of traditional music forms, the band features Joe on a range of instruments, in many guises and with different collaborators, although this line-up has been around for a while and is always a joy to experience.

They will be at The Palais, Hepburn Springs, on Saturday September 1.

In recent years Joe, pictured) has alternated between Black Sorrows’ releases and his other bands Bakelite Radio and the recently rejuvenated The Revelators’ interestingly sometimes including identical personnel.

His recent releases includes CD/DVD package Four days in Sing Sing, which features rerecordings of some of his most familiar songs and Bakelite Radio 1 (their fourth album!) both excellent, showcasing an old stager at the top of his game.

Current album Crooked Little Thoughts”, as always, features a broad gamut of US styles , pop, rock, blues, jazz, soul, country and gospel. Crooked Little Thoughts is the Black Sorrows’ first release in five years and features some superb playing from the ARIA veteran.

Joe Creighton has a new live show called Into The Mystic – The Music of Van Morrison and he is performing a show at The Palais on October 13.

More information to follow in the coming months.

Saturday September 1 , Black & Blue @Horvat’s Wine Bar

Black & Blue are still promoted as Melbourne’s “rootsiest five piece Blues Rock band”. The bands various members boast of stints recording and playing with a range of bands and artists including Pat Wilson, Paul Norton, Rhonda Burchmore and Tinsley Waterhouse.

Black & Blue perform their blend of originals, classic Aussie covers, swing and blues/rock. Big guitars and horn section make this the sort of grunting R&B we all (should!) love. They will be promoting their debut album Stopping All Stations which features a mix of six original tracks and some reworked covers.

Sunday September 2 , Salty Dog @ The Old Hepburn Hotel

The Salty Dog duo has won numerous accolades at various blues related festivals and has multiple releases in their back catalogue, spanning more than 20 years. Steve Plater plays acoustic and electric guitar made from biscuit tins and a Jack Daniels tin guitar somehow managing to combine this with snare and hi-hat.

The other half of the band, Marion Turner, is a renowned award-winning harmonica player. The pair play original material, blues standards and rock’n’roll.

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