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Mayhem for Mary, Don and The Mobsters


Thu 14 Dec 2017, 9:00pm–12:00am

Where: Ric's Cafe, 321 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: Mayhem-For-Mary

Join us for a big night of Rock and Roll. Brisbane's four dollarest Thursday night watering hole.

Don and the Mobsters are a high energy Blues/Rock band from Brisbane with a feminine twist. Sultry crooning, hooky riffs, screaming vocals and dancey beats combine to make a band that anyone’s Mum would be proud of.

Their sassy frontwoman is a self confessed bogan and tries to capture the big sounds of the live Aussie pub rock scene of the 80’s. Blended with the fuzzy guitar and soaring vocals of electric Blues/Rock Don and The Mobsters are cut from the same cloth as bands such as The Divinyls and The Pretenders.

Mayhem For Mary is a 3-piece alternative rock band based in Brisbane, Australia, A new fresh sound to join Brisbane's buzzing music scene, Wez, Laurence and Keith work hard to bring you original, dynamic tunes with an energetic live show to match.

2017 has been a massive year for Mayhem for Mary, and has included their first shows as a 3-piece, the release of their debut single Ze Empire and accompanying hilarious music video. The band were also chosen to play at Brisbane’s longest running psych/prog rock mini festival Psych Night, made an appearance at the final Red Deer Music & Arts Festival alongside The Kite String Tangle, The Preachers and Kingfisha, and put together their own warehouse party ‘Party In Purgatory’ in November curating a diverse Line-up including Fat Picnic, Tai Sui, and Michelle Xen. In addition to all of this, the band still had time to record their Debut EP which is set for release in early 2018.