Newcastle Live’s monthly podcast, Listen up for April. In this episode we chat to Australian singer songwriter and comedian, Kevin Bloody Wilson we preview the a new recording from local muso Dave Javier and much more.
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Kevin Bloody Wilson
Kevin Bloody Wilson’s story is remarkable. He has become a part of Australian Culture, a part of who we are and how we define ourselves. His DILLIGAF attitude is a quality to be envied. He’s been listed in Who’s Who, his entire body of work has been preserved for future generations with the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra and his fan base stretches from Broken Hill to Buckingham Palace.
KEVIN BLOODY WILSON SECOND of the FINAL FAREWELL TOURS
Charlestown Bowling Club | April 1
Cessnock Leagues | April 2
David Javier’s Back and Forth
Novocastrian musician and producer, David Javier has been working an album for over a year now. The album, called Back & Forth will get its first public airing on April 7 at Bar Petite in Newcastle. The event will support the local fundraising efforts of Camp Quality, who have been providing support to children living with cancer and their families since 1983. The retrospective album, features a posse of local artists including; Horenco (Damian Hoar), Crocq Lucero, Patrice (KB), Komiti Levai, Elisa Kate, Gerda Condon and Moe Omran.
Keep your eyes on the site next week to hear the full interview with David.
Top 5 Gigs In April
Justin Ngariki & the Dastardly Bastards – The Stag & Hunter Hotel – April 2
David Javier’s Back and Forth – Bar Petite – April 7
The Gumball – Belford – April 22 – 24
Maids – The Small Ballroom – April 24
Mark Wells – Wickham Park Hotel – April 10
Elvis To The Max
It has been said by media worldwide that Max Pellicano’s tribute Elvis To The Max goes beyond mere impersonation. Critics have described his performances as ‘Elvis resurrected’ and ‘reincarnated’. His recreation of The King’s looks, moves, vocal style, impressions and humour are so accurate that it is awe-inspiring.
Get tickets to the April 9 show here.
The popular camping festival which in 2014 saw the Hoodoo Gurus headline a huge list of over 30 acts perform to a capacity crowd of around 2500 people, is back in 2016 for its biggest year to date.
Get tickets to the Gumball here.
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