|Sat 25 Jun 2016, 8:00pm–12:00am|
Against all odds, Perth band Supernaut became one of Oz's most popular bands in a matter of six months. The four original members (Randall Murphy on bass was replaced by Phil Foxman) came to Melbourne with their manager from Perth, in April 1976 and sunk every cent they had into recording their first single "I Like It Both Ways" at the Armstrong Recording Studios.
Appearances on countdown plus controversy and various bans over the song's lyrical content combined to make the song a national hit, reaching #1 in the Australian Charts.
Dinners available from 6pm. Bandroom doors open at 8pm.
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