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7.00pm

Mama Red & The Dark Blues

Friday 28 June 7.00pm

Well, we’re now over half way through 2020 already and Mama Red & the Dark Blues are fresh full of fun and fancy. With new songs to share and a new album in the making, we’re ready to blow the roof off!

Join Harry Deluxe and her siren songstresses for an evening of…well, what we do best of course! We’ll bring you the raw passion and emotion that has culminated in Mama Red & the Dark Blues’ debut album, The Wages of Sin – and our new upcoming album, Long Way to Redemption.

Let Mama put some heat in your winter evening with some heavy Australian gothic, new-folk harmonies and a heaping helping of country inspired ironic pop. If you’re lucky, they may even throw in a soulful special guest to thrill you.

Join Mama Red & the Dark Blues and the delicious Ellington Jazz Club staff,  for some fiery (and feisty) delicacies served directly to you from both on and off the stage!

MRDBs are:

Harry Deluxe (AKA Mama Red) – Lead Vox

Melanie Bainbridge – Song writer, Backing vox

Therese Cruise – Backing vox

Al James – Guitar, vox

Gregory Brenton – Drums, percussion, vox

John Wilson – Bass

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Table restricted view refers to a few table places which have sight line issues across the grand piano, but allow seated table entry.

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