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Fri 16 Aug 2013, 7:00pm

Where: Jamberoo Pub, 12 Allowrie Street, Jamberoo, Illawarra

Restrictions: 18+

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Beauties and the Beasts will be a night of fantastic original music featuring amazing musicians (some prettier than others!) in an intimate setting.

- 19-Twenty (The Beasts)
- Bec Sandridge
- Wildfire

19-Twenty: After a hugely successful sold out Album launch and release, (currently number 8 on the Airit Charts and number 3 on the Unearthed Roots Charts, 17th Overall) 19-Twenty return to their favourite pub, the Jamberoo Inn, on what will be a cracking night!

"Truly one of the best international independent troubadours!" - MX Mag, October 2011

“These guys are sick!” – Ash Grunwald

“Who the hell is this guy? He definitely has the talent!” – Ian Moss

“Definitely a guitarist to watch!” – Australian Guitar Magazine

Winners of the B.A.B People’s choice award 2012

If Jeff Lang, Ash Grunwald, Spiderbait, Slim Dusty, and Wolfmother had a rockin’ baby it would be a wee bit weird but it would also start a band that sounded like 19-Twenty!

19-Twenty were handpicked by Cold Chisel Management as the only support band to open for Cold Chisel's first club gig in 30 years and their last as the original line-up in front of 1500 screaming fans, which sold out in 3 minutes!

Festivals played at Lock Stock (London, U.K) Bridgetown Blues (W.A) Sydney Blues Festival (N.S.W) Bulli Folk (N.S.W) Goulburn Blues (N.S.W) Kiama Blues (N.S.W) Broadbeach Blues (Q.L.D) Headstock Guitar festival (N.S.W)

Constantly on the road or in the sky, In the past 4 years they have travelled seven times around Oz. Performed at gigs all through Belgium, The Netherlands and France including a host of gigs in London, inc: playing at the famous Alley Cat nightclub in SoHo. Playing anywhere and everywhere this truly 100% Independent act have been blazing through Europe and Australia receiving an amazing and positive reaction!

A 19-Twenty show is something definitely not to be missed. Sliding, Stompin' Blues songs, Celtic Inspired Dance and soft creative lyrical ballads. Get rowdy!

19-Twenty are:
Kane Dennelly – Vox and guitars
Joe Winkler – Drums, BV's
John Gwilliam – Double bass and BV’s
Playing their own brand of Country blues, 19-Twenty have shared the stage with:

Cold Chisel, Diesel, Doug Macleod (US), Billy Thorpe, Ian Moss, Jeff Lang, Ray Beadle, Ash Grunwald, Toby and Code Red, Pete Cornelius, Mal Eastick, Steve Arvey (US), Paul Greene, Chase The Sun.

Bec Sandridge: Watching Bec Sandridge perform is almost like being privy to a secret. Fearful of singing publicly eight months ago, bets were placed amongst family members in attempt to coax twenty-year old singer songwriter Bec Sandridge out of her shell (or rather small, sea-town bathroom in Stanwell Park, Australia). Such bets truly paid off mid 2011. Moving from guitarist in band Mad Polly (Melissa Creagan), sharing the stage with such international artists including Passenger (UK), Stu Larsen (AU), Husky, Andy Bull (AU), Matthew Barber (Canada), Skipping Girl Vinegar (AU), Custom Kings, Owl Eyes (AU), and Adalita (Magic Dirt), at world class venues and festivals including Ronnie Scotts (UK), The Regal Room (UK), The Vanguard, The Basement (AU), Sydney Blues N' Roots Festival and Peats Ridge Festival. Bec Sandridge is truly making a name for herself. Her debut EP 'What was Left' was launched online via iTunes reaching #57 on the Australian Singer-songwriter Charts, #8 Triple J Unearthed Indie Charts, whilst being featured in Yen mag's online edition of 'upcoming musicians for 2011'.

"Bec's music is nothing more than a genuine, fresh and delicate simplicity, what everyone thinks is easy to be reached and only a few, after all, can really catch. Red Jumper and Worst Ghost are what we'll call memories. Songs that settle down... An emotional path between traveling and whispering" - Btzk Festival Review, London '11.