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Imogen Brave, Jungle City, Paleface


Sat 23 Mar 2013, 7:30pm–11:30pm

Where: The Gov, 59 Port Road, Hindmarsh, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed


Listed by: stephanieacrowley

Three electrifying Adelaide rock bands join forces on The Gov's stage to celebrate Imogen Brave's video shoot and showcase some hardcore South Australian talent.

For the first time, Adelaide's own female-fronted stronghold Imogen Brave will headline the main stage at The Gov, supported by Jungle City and Paleface.

The Gov, Adelaide's award winning, and most iconic original music venue, along with Audioloon are hosting this very special event. Not only will you be treated to three hours of Adelaide's best rock bands, but you also have the opportunity to be a part of Imogen Brave's LIVE Video Shoot for their upcoming Mini-album. Featuring a set of new, never-before heard songs, along with all the favourites, this is an event not to be missed.

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Tickets: $12 at the door

Imogen Brave:
Imogen Brave have fast become a household name in the Adelaide music scene. Boasting a class act lineup; fronted by the gutsy and unique female vocalist Stef Crowley, iconic hard-rock guitarist Mick McClounan (Kickstart), supported by the enviable solid backline of bassist Jake Brackenridge and drummer Andy Cienciala, this is a band that means business.

Paleface are a 5 piece rock outfit performing original hard rock numbers laced with the echos of old school Zeppelin & Sabbath, mixed with catchy lyrics and melodies of the 90s. Pumping drums & bass, with a side order of Les Paul and Stratocaster, all washed down with a nice bottle of vintage 70s Vocals

Jungle City:
Spawned in the hell fires of Clovelly Park on a sweltering summers day, this original three piece developed a sound so incendiary that upon it's musical inception, their six cats and a freezer full of pizza burst into flames! They mourned the cats and went hungry for days, but the result was well worth it; a high energy live show so rabble-raising that even your tea totaling, Mozart listening grandma will want to boogie!

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