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Epic Brass Feat. Ron Peno, Steve Lucas and More


Fri 8 Dec 2017, 7:30pm

Where: MEMO Music Hall, 88 Acland Street, St Kilda, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Premium Seating + bf: $49.00
  • Allocated Seating + bf: $39.00
  • General Admission + bf: $20.00
  • At The Door - standing: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Feat. Ron Peno, Steve Lucas, Penny Ikinger, Evil Dick + more!

Fresh from an incredible year of touring the world with Midnight Oil, Jack Howard returns to Memo with his mighty Epic Brass show.

Together with his epic band (Ash Davies, Steve Hadley, Nicky Del Rey and Jason Kain), five piece horn section and a stellar cast of guests, Jack will be performing the great horn hits and hidden gems of Australian Rock.

The set list is to die for—the big horn songs of The Saints, Midnight Oil, Hunters & Collectors, Laughing Clowns and many more; and with guests like Ron Peno (Died Pretty), Steve Lucas (X), Penny Ikinger (Wet Taxis), Evil Dick (Hits), Paul Stewart (Painters and Dockers) and Fiona Lee Maynard, the show is one helluva spectacle.

Epic Brass was launched to a capacity crowd at Memo in July 2016 and it was an unforgettable night. For many punters, it was the gig of the year. Here’s a typical reaction: “Often when you’re expecting something to be great, it doesn’t meet expectations. Last night, Jack Howard’s Epic Brass show high-jumped over expectations, then did a triple somersault with a perfect landing. Congratulations, Jack and everyone involved! Still buzzing about it today.”

This is a unique show full of power and passion—and horns!