Celebrations are still happening in Richmond after the Tigers won the AFL Premiership two weeks ago. The suburb is still decorated in yellow and black, celebrating the glorious win from fine Aussie sporting talent. Richmond’s football fever is lasting longer than this year’s flu.
What better way to keep the celebrations going than heading down to see some fine Aussie music talent with the brilliant double header at The Union Club this coming Saturday night, OCTOBER 14, from 8.30pm. DIRTY LAUNDRY and WIRED feature high energy music that will rock the Union Club.
WIRED features Jimmy Cupples who you will remember from THE VOICE on Channel 9 . He is described as one of Australia’s biggest rock voices and has been a familiar face on local stages and a standout at major venues right across the country. Cupples is joined by Davey Porter on drums, Travis Clarke on bass, Steve Ely on guitar and vocals. In addition, DIRTY LAUNDRY and front man Andrew Wilson will blow you away with high energy Live Rock N’ Roll show with music from: Doors, Stones, ZZ Top, Cars, U2 ,David Bowie, INXS, Neil Young , T-Rex, all performed totally live. Wilson is joined by Alex Long on lead/rhythm guitar and backups, Dave Neilson on lead/rhythm guitar/backups, Simon Toussaint on bass guitar, Tim Miller on drums, and Robbie Ragg on keyboard.
Wired and Dirty Laundry are more than simply cover bands. For more information, call 9836 5785. The UNION Club: 2 Gleadell Street, Richmond