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Motown Hits the Hills

When:

Sat 7 Apr 2018, 6:00pm–9:00pm

Where: The Parkerville Tavern, 6–18 Owen Road, Parkerville, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $25.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply

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Audiences raved about the performance by the Milford Street Shakers last year at The Parkerville Tavern and band leader Dom D’Leno said it was one of the band’s favourite performances of the year.
They are set to do it all again with Motown Hits The Hills.

“The historic old pub, with its glorious setting on the lawns surrounded by the forest, creates a magical place for us to belt out the beautiful blues music we love,” Dom says.

This year’s concert will be supported by singer-songwriter Reo Dunn (Te Reotakiwa Dunn), a well-known New Zealand artist who won Best Maori Album in 2006. His voice is compared to that of Stevie Wonder and his repertoire of R&B and blue tunes will be a perfect complement to the Milford Street Shakers.

The nine-piece, Milford Street Shakers features the power-house voice of Lee Morunga who spent 10 years touring with The Lion King with Disney in Germany, throughout Europe and Australia. The Milford Street Shakers take you on a memorable journey across the iconic 60s musical landscape, bridging the simplicity of the blues with the sheer expressivity of R&B. Their unique take on classics such as Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, Land of 1000 Dances and Uptight, Everything’s Alright will get you out of your seats and dancing to their groovy beats.

Parkerville Tavern director Joanne O’Connor says she’s anticipating this year’s concert will be even bigger and better than it was in 2017.

“People were up on the grass and dancing almost as soon as the first chords were struck and we’re expecting the same again this year,” she says.

Wood-fired pizzas and hot pork rolls will be on the menu, in addition to the tavern’s Weekend A La Carte Menu and daily specials, so customers can enjoy a fabulous meal to the sound of some great music.

Dom said the band wanted to bring something a little different to its audiences with their smart Sixties style dress and full-on Soul sound.

“There’s certainly nothing like us in WA,” he says.

Children under six are free.