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When:

Sat 26 May 2018, 7:30pm–10:30pm

Where: Palm Beach Currumbin Sports Club, Thrower Drive, Currumbin, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Mason Rack Band is one of Australia's hardest working bands. Reigning from the Gold Coast, Qld Australia, The Mason Rack Band are blues rock legends; having played shows all over Australia and toured internationally to Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Vanuatu & Japan. Endorsed by Vase.

- Mason Rack
Guitar, Lead Vocals, Percussion
Mason Rack is a born entertainer, growing up playing percussion at the age of six with his musician father Billy Rack. Progressing to drums at age eight, Mason was able to play any style of music. For the next four years Mason developed a natural rhythm that is now part of his soul and way of life.
Mason picked up a guitar in his early years and mastered the genre of blues rock which is his true passion. His stage performance is an experience in itself. With more than 2500 shows performed including major music festivals throughout Australia, Canada, Germany, Netherlands and Italy - he shows no signs of slowing down. The raspy vocals of lead front man Mason Rack have been described by fans as one on the "sexiest voices in the blues music scene" with flashes from Tom Waits and Led Zeppelin.

- Jamie Roberts
Bass Guitar, Percussion, Backing Vocals
"THE PIRATE" (Freak bassist) Jamie's playing doubles over to guitar during the instrument swap mid-song and the whole show sees Jamie bustin' moves. And if that's not enough to get you excited, wait till you see what he can do with a beer keg - it has to be seen to be believed.

- Jules Keshan
Drums, Percussion, Bass, Backing Vocals
"The ginger ninja." - Machine drummer
"The man is a machine!" - Zen Brother Productions*
Let the "Ginger Ninja" excite you with his dramatic drum solos and fierce drum duels with front man Mason Rack. Then he'll jump out from behind the drum kit to show off his BASS skills when MRB treat you to their famous mid-song instrument swap.