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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 23rd 2009
26 INNER WEST COURIER, Thursday, July 23, 2009 MB WHAT'S ON Alive innerwestcourier.com.au Gig guide » THURSDAY, JULY 23 Sandringham Hotel, Newtown, 8pm, Bernie Hayes, Andy Golledge, free Notes Live, Enmore, 7pm, Cotton, Keays and Morris, $25 PJ Gallagher's Drummoyne, 8.30pm, David Agius, free Kurrajong Hotel, Erskineville, 7pm, Don Hopkins, free Hotlips Cocktail Restaurant, Enmore, 7.30pm, Lonnie Rathie, Kelly Ophel, Scott Mellis, Dave Fletcher, free Harold Park Hotel, Glebe 7pm The Midnight Ramblers, free Lewisham Hotel, 7pm, Modern Error, Space Ticket, Sky Circuit, $10 Bald Faced Stag Hotel, Leichhardt, 8pm, Shinto Katana, Worlds Apart, Ten Paces, Fistmouth, $10 Annandale Hotel, 8pm, Skeleton Men Thursdays: The City Lights, The Exiles, Bowerbirds, Wifey, $8 Huntsbury Hotel, Petersham 7.30pm Tice & Evans, free Sly Fox, Enmore, 7pm, YourSpace: Sally Hackett, Paper Prophets, Pistols at Dawn, Trojan Pony, Dark Black, Biggus Maximus, Simon Li, Molly Contogeorge, Elias Jordan, Jess Dunbar, free The Vanguard, Newtown, 6.30pm, Hymn A Piaf!: Caroline Nin (France), $40-$45 Clarence Hotel, Petersham, 8pm, It's True: Sandy B, Justin Scott, free Excelsior Hotel, Glebe, 7.30pm Peter Fenwick, Chris Navin, SPS Sound System, free » FRIDAY, JULY 24 PJ Gallagher's Drummoyne, 10pm, 2 Fold, free Harold Park Hotel, Glebe, 8pm. Continental Robert Susz, free Hotlips Cocktail Restaurant, Enmore, 7pm, Dan Allars, free Marlborough Hotel, Newtown, 10.30pm, Endless Summer Beach Party, free Nag's Head Hotel, Glebe, 8pm, Gemma, free Sandringham Hotel, Newtown, 8pm, Grand Fatal, Blacklevel Embassy, Nunchukka Superfly, Gay Paris, $12 Excelsior Hotel, Glebe 7.30pm Kent Parkstreet, The Rock Bottoms, Eve Schroder, Scott Mellis, free Petersham RSL Club, 8.30pm, La Vista, free Cooks River Motor Boat Club, Tempe, 8pm, Midnight Shift, free Enmore Theatre, 7pm, One For The Boys - A Concert For Mick Cocks: Jimmy Barnes, You Am I, Ian Moss, Rose Tattoo, The Radiators, Phil Small, Tice & Evans, Steve Prestwich, Lucy Desoto, The Screaming Jets, Mark Gable, $49.90 (+ bf) Annandale Hotel, 8pm, Rook, Engine Three Seven, Evolution Zero, Maze, $12 (+ bf) Lewisham Hotel, 7.30pm, Rose of York, The Government of Omoha, Tragic Daisy, $10 Bald Faced Stag Hotel, Leichhardt, 8pm, Soma Kinder, $12 Petersham Town Hall, 8pm, Steve Hunter: The Translators, $10 Newtown RSL Club, 6pm, Take Two, free Bank Hotel, Newtown, 7pm, Scott Pullen, Damien Goundrie, Dale Stephen, free Club Ashfield, 7.30pm, Bridge City Jazz Band, free The Vanguard, Newtown, 6.30pm, Hymn A Piaf!: Caroline Nin (France), $40-$45 Notes Live, Enmore, 7pm, Mikelangelo & the Black Sea Gentlemen, Donne, $32 (presale)-$35 (at door) » SATURDAY, JULY 25 PJ Gallagher's Drummoyne, 8.30pm, 0.583333333 Excelsior Hotel, Glebe, 7.30pm, The Blazing Suns, The Black Heist, Pax, free Bridge Hotel, Rozelle, 3.30pm, Drive, Peter Northcote, $8 Sandringham Hotel, Newtown, 8pm, Fabulous Diamonds, Naked on the Vague, $12 Annandale Hotel, 6pm, Grand Atlantic, The Dolly Rocker Movement, Dead Letter Chorus, Gaslight Radio (Melbourne), $15 (+ bf) Lewisham Hotel, 2pm, Johnny Carona, Two Short, $10 Petersham RSL Club, 8.30pm, Latin Power, free Ashfield RSL Club, 8pm, Memphis Outlaws, Grizzly Adams, free Marlborough Hotel, Newtown, 10.30pm, The Nevilles, Singled Out, free Balmain Tigers Leagues Club, Rozelle, 9.30pm, Rapture, free Bald Faced Stag Hotel, Leichhardt, 6pm, Relentless, The War, No Way Out, Shinto Katana Rozelle School, Rozelle Markets, 11am, My Sauce Good, Miriam Waks, free Nag's Head Hotel, Glebe, 8pm, Since Letitia, free Unity Hall Hotel, Balmain, 9pm, Wayne Pearce & the Big Hitters Manning Bar, Sydney University, Camperdown, 7pm, The Herd, Koolism, $19 (student)-$22 (+ bf) Sandringham Hotel, Newtown, 9pm, Kaki, free Lewisham Hotel, 9pm, Royal Flush, $10 Cooks River Motor Boat Club, Tempe, 3pm, Dave Jensen & his Good Intentions, free The Vanguard, Newtown, 6.30pm, Hymn A Piaf!: Caroline Nin (France), $40-$45 Sandringham Hotel, Newtown, 4pm, Tice & Evans, free Cafe C, Newtown, 7.30pm, Yuki Kumagai, John Mackie, Marty Mooney, free Annandale Neighbourhood Centre, 8pm, Loaded Dog Folk Club: The Wheeze & Suck Band, Jennifer Lees, $12-$14 » SUNDAY, JULY 26 Don't Look Experimental New Media Gallery, Dulwich Hill, 6pm, Alphabet Soup: Nick Wishart, $5-$10 Notes Live, Enmore, 7pm Borich X Borich: Kevin Borich, Lucius Borich, $17.50/$18 (at door) Bald Rock Hotel, Rozelle, 4pm Danny Sun & the Groove Conformers, free Excelsior Hotel, Glebe, 4.30pm, Death Rides A Pony, Mother's Own, David J Bull, free Harold Park Hotel, Glebe, 4pm, Jan Bangma, free Unity Hall Hotel, Balmain, 6pm Matt Finish, $30 Kurrajong Hotel, Erskineville, 5pm, Mitch Fingers, free Rozelle Markets, Rozelle School, 11am, Ricardo & Daniel, On Four, free Sandringham Hotel, Newtown, 8pm, sinday@thesando: Dead Wasted, Death Trap, Snake Face, Slogan Free Youth, $10 Annandale Hotel, 6pm, Smudge, $12 CAD Factory, Marrickville, 5pm, Old Wares, New Wares: Scattered Order, Markers of the Dead Travel Fast, Cult of the Hidden Nerve, Mark Brown, Khaled Sabsabi, Karoshi, $15 Martini Bar, Leichhardt, 8pm, Salsa Con coco: DJ Coco, free Town Hall Hotel, Balmain, 5pm, The Grown Ups, free Marrickville Bowling & Recreation Club, 8pm, Hunter & Suzi Owens Cafe C, Newtown, 6.30pm, Marty Mooney, John Mackie, Yuki Kumagai, free Botany View Hotel, Newtown, 6pm, Sydney Blues Society, free Balmain Tigers Leagues Club, Rozelle, noon, Todd Hardy Band, free Sandringham Hotel, Newtown, 8pm, Chuck's Wagon, free » MONDAY, JULY 27 Bald Rock Hotel, Rozelle, Christina Crofts The Funky Deli Cafe, Newtown, 6.30pm, Susan Gai Dowling, Carl Dewhurst, free » TUESDAY, JULY 28 Harold Park Hotel, Glebe, 7pm, Adam Pringle, free Manning Bar, Sydney University, Camperdown, 8pm, Friendly Fires (UK), Miami Horror, $38 (+ bf) Sandringham Hotel, Newtown, 7pm Kandy Apples, free The Funky Deli Cafe, Newtown, 7pm My Sauce Good, free » WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 Kurrajong Hotel, Erskineville 7pm, Continental Robert Susz, free Annandale Hotel 8pm Dananananaykroyd (Scotland), Regular John, $38.50 (+ bf) The Vanguard, Newtown, 6.30pm, Solid Air - A Tribute to Nick Drake: Mick Hart, Chris Gillespie, Leroy Lee, Cassandra Smiles, Matt Ralph, James Edgar Francis, Christopher Burns, $15 (+ bf) Sly Fox, Enmore, 8pm, Queer Central: Sveta, DJ Beth, DJ Bel, free Exhibitions ACU National Gallery at Strathfield, 25A Barker Rd (Gate 3), Strathfield. Drawings from Australian Catholic University's Melbourne Campus. Until July 25. Anna Schwartz Gallery, 245 Wilson St, Darlington. Janet Burchill and Jennifer McCamley, Mutlu Erkez, Emily Floyd, Marco Fusinato, Tom Nicholson, Rose Nolan, Mike Parr, Grant Stevens, Peter Tyndall, Jenny Watson and Ian Whittlesea. To August 8. Annandale Galleries, 110 Trafalgar St. 8 Omie - Bark cloths from New Guinea, special event with visiting artists. Also Yalmakanay and Liyawaday Two Women from Yirrkala, NT. To August. Artereal, 747 Darling St, Rozelle. Bruce Reynolds Lino Paintings - collages made with linoleum, morphing the natural and the manufactured for a form of concrete. 1 Light in a Box by Marus Jastkowiak and Mark Brown, and Yenny Huber - a mix of projection, painting and photography in light box formats. To August 1. At The Vanishing Point, 565 King St, Newtown. Post hoc ... ergo Clarissa Regan and Joy Bye. To July 26. Breathing Colours Gallery, 446 Darling St, Balmain. Internal Dialogues by Sarah-Jane Cook. To July 26. Callan Park Gallery, Sydney College of the Arts, Balmain Rd, Rozelle. I am weaving you a shroud: Rosemarie Koczy's Holocaust Memorial drawings and documentation by Rosemarie Koczy (1939-2007). To August 1. Defiance Gallery, 47 Enmore Rd, Newtown. Russell McQuilty - sculpture and John Reid painting. To August 1. The Delmar Gallery, 144 Victoria St, Ashfield. Ceramaicism: 50 individually hand-painted ceramic platters. To July 26. Factory 49, 49 Shepherd St, Marrickville. Jacques Weyer (France). Outside Wall Work #10. To July 25. Gallery Adagio, 91 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe. Beyond the Nullarbor - Ceramics Association of WA, group exhibition, a part of the Australian Ceramics Triennale 09. To August 2. Kate Owen Gallery, 680 Darling St, Rozelle. Kudditji Kngwarreye - the younger brother of Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Kudditji has established a unique style within the Aboriginal art movement and his paintings are in increasing demand. This 83-year-old artist's work continues to evolve, this new collection features colour fields in a largely pastel palette. The tall, dark strangers WHO: Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen WHERE: Notes Live, 73 Enmore Rd, Newtown WHEN: Friday, July 24 COST: $32 pre-sale/ $35 on the door BOOKINGS: www.noteslive.com.au or 1300 438 849 Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen are promoting a new CD. Shireen Khalil THEY are devilishly handsome, mu- sically brilliant, audaciously enter- taining and unlike any other band. They are Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen. The band, which formed in 2000, is embarking on a national tour throughout July to launch a new album and show Dead Men Tell A Thousand Tales.. Dripping with romance, adven- ture and desire, Dead Men Tell A Thousand Tales is a collection of darkly humorous, highly emotive songs and stories exploring death as a essential celebration of life. The band, which comprises lead singer Mikelangelo, Rufino the Catalan Casanova, Guido Labido, The Great Muldavio and Little Ivan, transform into characters on stage with songs that explore their European history combined with matters of the heart. ''The show itself is very vibrant and full of life and we are not like any other band,'' Mikelangelo said. ''We call ourselves the travelling troupes because we come from a background of theatre and film and we bring all that into the show.'' With the effortless charm of Mikelangelo, the Black Sea Gentlemen plunge headlong into a fantasy world filled with mystery and imagination and tell their stories through song. The band's name was inspired by a significant loss. Back in 2001, band-member Senor Handsome Rufino died in a car crash. ''Sen was from a theatrical back- ground and he always liked the idea of us being gentlemen . . . we then used the Black Sea as a device to scour the dream world,'' Mikelangelo said. ''The name evokes an exotic world: a place of fantastical stories and strange myths.'' Mikelangelo, who is of Croatian extraction, is a seasoned performer having toured the world as a star of the Olivier Award-winning pro- duction La Clique. The Black Sea Gentlemen are a formidable musical ensemble and together they have put on magical shows everywhere from the Sydney Opera House to Budapest in Hungary. Following their Australian tour, the band will head back to the UK in August. If you had a big slice of Sydney Harbour foreshore land, what would you do with it? Large areas of Sydney Harbour foreshore land are looking for a new life. What should it be? This is exactly what we want Sydneysiders to tell us. Sydney has large sections of foreshore land around the Anzac Bridge with huge potential for change. This land is just two kilometres from the city and its future is yours to decide. Working harbour? Parks? Entertainment? Business quarter? Living spaces? What should it be? Sydney Harbour belongs to all Sydneysiders from the mountains to the sea, so why not have your say? To fi nd out more and get involved go to www.shapesydneysforeshore.com or call 9240 8500. BAYS PRECINCT SYDNEY
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