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When:

Fri 15 Feb 2013, 8:00pm–11:45pm

Where: The Square, Corner of Hay Street and George Street, Haymarket, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

Listed by: Sue

In order to accompany the unleashing of arguably the finest recording ever to come out of Darlington Public School's assembly hall, The Bitter Sweethearts have recruited some their favourite musical acts from around the city and included them in the pantheon of Testosterock gods.
At 8.20 are The Gunn Show, whose unbridled hard rock energy is matched only by their fast-and-loose approach to the use of the letter "n". Catch them playing their catchy brand of sleazy pop-metal when they kick off the night harder than we wish someone would kick Kyle Sandilands off the earth.
Next, at a quarter past nine, The Pieter Van Den Hoogen Band will rock your faces like or possibly unlike a hurricane. Also Sindy Sinn is in that band and they're just plain fantastic.
The Bitter Sweethearts go on at 10.15 and their beautiful music and cowboy boots will defy explanation. Seriously, you'll have to be there to understand how awesome this is.
Headlining at 11.15 will be The Heavies, fronted by a man sometimes known as Bruce Springsterine (the lovechild of Bruce Springsteen and Wolverine), playing the sort of bluesy rockabilly fun-time music that makes Elvis Presley's corpse start shaking its hips again. That's right, The Heavies' music can animate the dead. A transcription can be found in the Necromicon.
So get to the Square in Haymarket on February 15 and come spend your hard-earned pay on the social event of the season.
Entry shall be ten dollars, and copies of "Their Best Yet" will be available for five dollars apiece.