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Lancefield Mechanics Institute – Live and Local in Community Halls – SOLD OUT

Live music in community halls as part of the Autumn Festival!
Lancefield Mechanics Institute, The Crescent, Lancefield VIC, Australia

Featuring Jarrod Shaw & The Whiskey Rogues. Tickets are $15 per person.

Drinks supplied by the Lancefield Golf Club.  Please note that this is a No BYO or drinks event. More information:

Food and drinks available from 6pm

Sponsored by Macedon Ranges Shire Council and Festivals Australia

More information about the artists:

Bio – Jarrod Shaw
Jarrod Shaw possesses a passion and appreciation for blues music that becomes obvious from the moment the first note sounds. He delivers a soulful blues inspired show, performed with conviction. Jarrod was born and raised in country Victoria, down the dirt roads of the Macedon Ranges. He taught himself to play guitar listening to the renowned blues greats, as well as the icons of the Australian and local Melbourne blues scene. Performing countless solo gigs has aided Jarrod in developing a musical style of his own. He blends his unique guitar approach lying somewhere between piedmont fingerstyle and the blues of the delta, with a powerful voice often described as belying his years. At times he even wails away on a racked blues harp – all at once without missing a beat. If you close your eyes you might even believe there’s more than one person performing…

Bio – The Whiskey Rogues
“The Whiskey Rogues are a 3 piece pop and rock band, specialising in 70’s, 80’s and 90’s music and beyond. Their vast experience in the music industry allows them to produce a polished, fun, and very danceable show full of those ‘left of centre’ hit songs that you haven’t heard in years. All skilled musicians, they pride themselves on their sound quality, arrangements, and smooth 3 part harmonies.
They love the interaction and energy of playing live, and love playing parties, events, and community functions for people who love music as much as they do.

‘This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Festivals Australia program’.

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