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Bonnie Kay & the Bonafides

When:

Where: Street Market Asian Tapas, 116 Willoughby Rd, Crows Nest, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Capacity 30 due to CV; Gen Adm Dinner & Show $70 +bf: $70.50
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: music8ry

Music @ StreetMarket presents Bonnie Kay and the Bonafides.

Limited capacity audience tickets available.

With their unique act they perform for the Docklands Blues festival in Melbourne, Blues at Bridgetown in Western Australia to the Echuca Winter Blues Festival, the Northern Beaches Festival and regularly for the Sydney Blues and Roots Festival in Windsor.

This year their debut Album "Fake It 'till You Make It" was released & premiered at the Australian Blues Festival in Goulburn and Nth Queensland for the Agnes Water Blues, Roots and Rock Festival followed by the Kiama Jazz and Blues Festivals in NSW.

Bonnie Kay and the Bonafides are an original blues and roots/soul/jazz country band. Their debut album went to the top ten in the Australian Blues and Roots charts for three months & is still in the top 20

Bonnie Kay, a contemporary American singer/songwriter from Philadelphia landed in Australia via Tokyo & uses acoustic, finger-picking, slide-guitar techniques, plus a voice reminiscent of blues icon Bonnie Raitt to deliver her own red-hot, sexy sound.

6 Piece Band with Brass Section.
Rhythm & Blues Soul Rockabilly.

Don't miss this opportunity for an up-close & personal performance!

COVID-safe guidelines:

In these COVID19 times capacity for this show is limited to an exclusive 30 dinner & show tickets only.

- Upon entry signing in is required.
- Masks welcome.
- Sanitiser available.

Capacity for this show is limited to 30.
Book with Alan now!
02 8540 5535

Dinner sittings of 6 or 7pm.

Bespoke tasting dishes designed by Gastronomist, Alan Liang. Recommended as home of "The Best Ribs In Sydney" and "The Best Tapas In Sydney" by The Urban List.

Heralded as a 'sensory celebration' by Concrete Playground, and a 'free-for-all snackfest' by Time Out.

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