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Sara Jeanne and The City Gents and The Driving Wheel

When:

Fri 15 Dec 2017, 8:30pm–11:55pm

Where: LazyBones Lounge Marrickville, 294 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • Cost: $20.00
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Doors/Restaurant 5pm. DJ Nothing 'til late.

Sara Jeanne & The City Gents offer an extraordinary, well-known line-up of Sydney’s most impressive jazz musicians and deliver an unforgettable night of entertainment. Sara Jeanne is respected vocalist and will transport you back to a more romantic era with her smoky vocals and classic style. Drawing from a traditional swing repertoire, Sara Jeanne and the City Gents add modern songs arranged in a swinging style to surprise the crowd. The band cover songs by artists ranging from Billie Holiday to Blondie. Sara Jeanne is also a Swing dancer and appreciates music that fills a dance floor!

“The Driving Wheel" - Hillbilly bop with a splattering of Western Swing

Arty Taylor and Roy Payne have been driving through country, swing, jazz, rockabilly and dieselbilly for more than 20 years. In that time they have performed with Debra Conway, James Blundell, Keith Urban, Ray Beadle (to name a few) but have now come together to form The Driving Wheel.”