Coming to The catholics concert, don’t let this put you off, just allow a little bit longer to arrive. It’s Vietnam Veterans Day and the main Macquarie Road will be closed in the centre of town from 11am to 12.30 or 1.30pm. Coming from Sydney, pass the big green sign on the left for Springwood, drive about a kilometer to the lights and turn left into Ferguson Road, under railway bridge, immediately right and follow the map. See you at the theatre.
SUNDAY SESSIONS at the Blue Mountains Theatre, Springwood
Sunday arvo shows presented by Live at the Village & Blue Mountains Theatre
TICKETS http://bluemountainstheatreandhub.com.au/box-office/ $36 / $32 con. A very warm welcome back to The catholics for a Live at the Village concert. We are in for some very sunny jazz, with nods to reggae, Latin and eastern influences. Music that gets the feet tapping, with wonderful ensemble playing and some very entertaining solos from musicians at the top of their game.
Joining bassist Lloyd Swanton are the legendary Sandy Evans, saxophone and James Greening on trombone, South American born Fabian Hevia playing a wide variety of percussion, Jonathan Pease whose electric guitar at times wouldn’t be lost on Santana fans, Nic Cecire will be nailing the groove on drums while Gary Daley‘s accordion brings some great textures to the band’s sound.
DON’T MISS OUT!
Close your eyes and this church hall was a New York jazz club back when cigarette smoke fogged the air and no one cared. Lacing the music was a slight edge of danger: of risk-taking with flying tempos… Read on http://www.johnshand.com.au/joe-farnsworth-prime-time-quartet/
Photo by Peter Karp