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The Substitutes and Billy Miller – Double Trouble


Sat 7 Oct 2017, 6:00pm

Where: Flying Saucer Club, 4 St Georges Road, Elsternwick, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Allocated Seating + bf: $32.00
  • Standing Room + bf: $22.00
  • At The Door - standing: $25.00
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The Substitutes have been around for nearly ten years recreating that ‘60s excitement and rawness that can easily get lost with tribute bands. Listen to a frenetic Kinks guitar solo or a Keith Moon drum roll and know that the ‘60s were about experimentation and risk taking, as well as great pop songs.

So what happens when Melbourne’s “ultimate” ’60s band, gets together with the charismatic and dynamic singer/guitarist Billy Miller, a musician whose writing and playing career spans 30 years including long stints with The Ferrets, Great Blokes, Spaniards and the Love Brothers?

Double Trouble is the answer!

Billy and band will kick off the night with an acoustic set and then The Substitutes will join him to trawl through the finest, grooviest, most danceable songs of the ’60s. This is will be a very special gig for both bands.

Billy Miller
Billy is best known as the singer of The Ferrets (“Don’t Fall In Love”). He has been performing, composing and producing for over 40 years, starting with acoustic spots in 1969, then 3 years in the cast of “Jesus Christ Superstar” (1972–75), where he met bass player Ken Firth, and soon after formed The Ferrets (1976–1979).

Successful recording bands, The Great Blokes (‘Perpetual Motion’) and The Spaniards (‘God Is A Shield’), followed The Ferrets, and then throughout the 1990s Billy helped create many of the biggest TV commercials for McDonalds, Cadbury, Ford, Sony, Telstra in addition to producing or performing on many albums. He also composed the ABC’s ‘Countdown’ theme music.