Verrierdale Full Moon Dance

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  • Location: Verrierdale Hall, Not Assigned 0000 Queensland

come and experience the awesome line up of live music in the party atmosphere that is the

Verrierdale Full Moon Dance
19 April

The April Full Moon Dance is going to be a fantastic night!!! 

Tell your friends. This Moon Dance is a must do.

Its going to be a very memorable night, with the return of the internationally acclaimed Barry Charles, together with the legendary John Malcolm (Bris) and a host of other incredible performers - see below

Moondance favourites, Psychedelia will be taking us back to the golden era of rock with their brilliant recreation of some of the best music from the 60s and 70s

the Verrierdale Full Moon Dance
Saturday, 19th April 2007
7.30 pm

Barry Charles returns to perform at Verrierdale on the Full Moon on 19th April. He's been busy writing new songs and on the night will be performing new material, a preview of a new album that is just around the corner. He has gathered together a line-up of extraordinary musicians to perform with and around him on the night, All have original and unique musical styles.

Haggis Maguiness from New Zealand, is a top harmonica player, performing blues, jazz and rock. Barry, has known and performed regularly at festivals in New Zealand with Haggis, and he describes him as an exciting, out there and very visual performer. He has also performed with people such as Jeff Lang, Kevin Borich, Phil Emanuel, Doc Neeson, Neil Finn,and even a support gig for Sir Bob Geldof. This will be a one off Australian performance.

Legendary, innovative guitarist from Brisbane, John 'fingers' Malcolm, is a mesmerising performer, as anyone who was at the much talked about event at the Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club on new years eve will tell you. John is a  performer who stirs your soul and moves your feet at the same time.

Our own homegrown musician, guitarist and writer of many protest songs, Steve Hutch describes himself as an 'expert at multitasking - he can play bass, sing complex harmonies, watch spunky girls on dance floor, and work out how to get home in a worn out car with no petrol, all at the same time'!

Last, but certainly not least is Peter Hudson, the drummer with a different approach, with a radical and innovative style of playing he is a highly respected musician.

On the night Barry and John will be playing separately and together with the band. what a combination. should be solid gold.


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Verrierdale Hall, Not Assigned

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