We are excited to be working with Destination NSW and Aria to bring you some fabulous gigs in November under the Great Southern Nights banner. Support Live Music!
Purchase your tickets via Humantix
Friday 20th November
6pm seating - music from 7pm - 10pm
Join us for a fabulous event with renowned singer songwriter Brendan Gallagher and local and loved singer songwriter Matt Zarb. We are proud to be part of the the Great Southern Nights initiative which will bring 1000 live gigs to NSW in Australian Music Month
Karma County front man and ARIA award winner Brendan Gallagher casts a long shadow in Australian music - over forty records in as many years, more than half as an artist.
Producer of indigenous luminaries like Jimmy Little, LJ Hill, Emma Donovan, Kutcha Edwards and Oz music icons Doc Neeson, Jeremy Oxley, Jesse Younan, Dave Mason & more, prolific songwriter, author of The Open Tuning Chord Book For Guitar, one off session guitarist for David Bowie.
Brendo plays songs from the many albums he's made over the years, and other artist’s songbooks – Hoagy Carmichael, Johnny Mathis, Blur - good songs come from anywhere.
Oh, and he likes to tell a few yarns. Loquaciousness is his bag.
Matt is an innovative singer/songwriter/ multi instrumentalist with swags of stories, songs and a guitar style unique to himself. Matt loves to play guitar, entertain and sing his songs penned about his colourful life on the road.
A Matt Zarb performance is fun, thoughtful, pensive, exciting, full of kicking, stomping, hectic guitar playing, harmonica, mandolin and ukulele. Its full of songs that you love and of his life and times that give the old saying “Three Chords And The Truth!” its credibility.
His ability to take a popular song you’ve heard before and take you somewhere new is signature of Matt’s style.
He will tell you a story and create musical theatre in your mind.
Matt is a true performer and has paid his dues in the industry but never tires in looking for new ground.
ALL TICKET SALES WILL GO TO THE ARTISTS with the booking fee to Indigenous scholarships.
Pricing does not include any meals or drinks, which we be available from 6pm. Music starts at 7pm. Due to our licencing requirements, we cannot serve alcohol without a meal. We operate as a restaurant, therefore it is expected that all patrons will dine.
This is a garden event, weather permitting. In the case of bad weather, the first 34 people to book will be indoors, the next 26 people to book will be on the street under cover.
Due to COVID-19 Restrictions all tickets must be part of a table booking. To ensure social distancing between tables we are running at a substantially reduced capacity and we are unable to offer tables of more than 8 patrons. Please book your tables under the one booking. You are welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to discuss table configurations.