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Mothers Day Luncheon - with Marty Rose on the Grand Piano

When:

Sun 10 May 2020, 12:00pm–6:00pm

Where: Arcobar, 8 Arco Lane, Heatherton, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Lunch & Show (Adult): $89.50 ($87.50 + $2.00 fees)
  • Kids (12 and under): $19.00 ($18.00 + $1.00 fees)
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One of Australia's most renown & enduring entertainers, "Mr Piano" Marty Rose plays a very exclusive and special Mothers Day lunch time show, guaranteed to provide mum with a truly great day out!

With a brilliant 3 course set menu luncheon at $89.50, one of Australia's best musicians, great songs to sing along with, and no better reason to book a table than Mothers Day - this event will sell out quickly...

*Kids (under 12) $19.50 for 2 courses.

If you were to list the top 10 most enduring musicians in Australia’s Rock-and-Roll Hall of Fame, Marty Rose would have to be one of the first names on the list. Dedicating his life to the Australian Music Industry, Marty blasted onto the scene with a Mushroom Records recording contract in 1977, based solely on raw talent and his first top 20 single “Memories of You”. In 1982 Marty formed the first electronic duo with the very talented Adrian Scott of Air Supply, going into record the single “Words can never say”.

During 1984 he continued to drive his career to the top while touring Australian and New Zealand as the front man for the great Jeff “Skank” Baxter of Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers fame. Over the past 25 years Marty has consistently delivered what audiences throughout Australia want to hear – good songs played by one of Australia’s top musicians.