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The Rock N Roll Christmas Party With Dwayne Elix & the Engin


Sat 9 Dec 2017, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Club Willoughby, 26 Crabbes Ave, Willoughby, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed


Listed by: kerriellis3

If you love songs like Jingle Bell Rock, Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree, Here Comes Santa Claus (Elvis), Run Rudolph Run (Chuck Berry), Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (Elvis) then this is the Xmas party for you!

Not a week will go by that you won't see Dwayne Elix & The Engineers in Sydney’s Daily Telegraph Gig-guide. And no wonder when their popularity has gained them major clubs throughout Sydney booking them repeatedly. They are also regarded as one of the best-dressed acts.

The Engineers perform classic dance hits from the 50’s, and 60’s rock n roll dance era. With Twangy guitar, drums, bass and three-part harmonies, Dwayne, Steve, and Dave will have you up dancing to Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Shadows, Chuck Berry, The Beach Boys, Johnny O’Keefe, The Platters and many more favourites.

The Engineers have been together for 22 years and performed throughout Australia and have a huge 50’s rock n roll dance following. The band has worked with many other great acts such as Troy Casser Daley, Adam Harvey, James Blundell, Ernie Dingo, Phil Emanuel and many more.

Their first album had Keith Urban playing lead guitar. Since then they have produced many albums, picked up multiple awards, acted in a movie and sung in a tv documentary. Their story can be read in the ABC Publishing’s book “The ABC Of Australian Country Music”.

Dwayne Elix is regarded as an equal by such music stars as Troy Cassar-Daley, Frank Ifield and Adam Harvey, all have been quoted saying "Dwayne Elix & The Engineers are the hardest working Act in the music industry."

It was quite a surprise when American country blues performer Lee Roy Parnell on his last Australian Tour, stepped up out of the audience of The Engineers performance, to perform with the band. The same thing occurred with Phil Emmanuel at the Tamworth Festival when he stepped up out of the audience. It just goes to show, the audience can’t stop their feet from tapping and muso’s can’t help to want to play with Dwayne Elix & The Engineers.