There’s a new jazz house in town for all you groovy cats and dogs. The rustic industrial brick and steel walls of the historic Boiler House Restaurant will be housing Live@TheBoilerHouse, a new monthly music series. The series will be kicking things off on Saturday Oct. 7th,
with joint jumpin’ melodies from The Steve Hunter Trio.
With internationally-renowned Steve Hunter on electric bass, Matt Keagan playing sax and Gordon Rytmeister kickin' it on drums, the band likes to break things down as a 'democracy'. Meaning, instead of sticking to
one jazz style, each trio player gets to have their own 'voice' heard throughout the swell compositions. This free flow, highlights each player's strength,
creating a jam that’s out of this world.
“With a more casual atmosphere, contemporary music lineups, tapas food and reasonably-priced beverages, Boiler House events will introduce a new generation to the original Blue Mountains party palace.” – Says Ralf Bruegger,General Manager of Escarpment Group (owners of the Hydro Majestic).
The Steve Hunter Trio will play the Boiler House Restaurant from 7.30pm to 10pm Saturday, October 7th, 2017. Tickets: $35. Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sat Oct. 7th, the joint jumpin’ jazz melodies of The Steve Hunter Trio.
Sat Nov. 4th, Singer Rebekka Neville will be joined by Michael Storey on guitar and Mervyn Sequeria on bass to perform her repertoire of jazz standards along with some Latin and more contemporary grooves.
Sat Nov 25th, the renowned George Washingmachine Quartet will break it down with their special blend of music.
Go to www.hydromajestic.com.au or phone (02) 4782 6885 to book concerts, accommodation and dining.
Featured Image: Acclaimed electric bass guitarist Steve Hunter.
Second Image: The Hydro's Boiler House Restaurant, Medlow Bath.
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- 28 Sep 2017
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