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BATHURST. The Romans Band - featuring Kyle Manning, Matt Arthur, Pat O'Donnell, Andy O'Donnell & Dave Egan perfuming the best of Hall and Oates
OBERON RSL. Thirsty Merc formed in Sydney in 2002 releasing their debut EP, First Work, in September 2003, before being signed to Warner Music. The band’s big break came in 2004 with the release of their debut, self-titled, album which included the hits, Someday Someday and In The Summertime (the theme for Bondi Rescue since 2006).
ABERCROMBIE HOUSE, BATHURST. Be entertained by the in-house combo — 'Abercrombie Jazzmen' and their guest musicians — with a repertoire of modern and classic jazz standards
BILLIMARI HALL. Join us at the Billimari Hall, for a superb evening of Music and Food.
A fabulous afternoon of cool jazz, great wine and tasty seasonal food. This is a popular afternoon so don't forget to book. Order your seasonal tasting plate.
ORANGE. Hard liquor, terrible banter and swinging tunes. Join them every Sunday night from 8pm-12 midnight for an evening of live music, featuring some of the best musicians from across the state!
BATHURST. The Abercrombie Radio Players present a delightful and irresistible Christmas story staged in the magnificent ballroom of Abercrombie House
BMEC. Q Theatre, BMEC & Lingua Franca present public readings of new plays that have been developed through Routes: Regional Playwriting Project. Routes four regional playwrights to develop a new work through intensive development periods. The ROUTES Regional New Writing project is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.
OBERON RSL. The Blue Mountains Ukulele Group “ The Blue Mugs “ are heading back to OBERON RSL CLUB for NEW YEARS EVE..
ORANGE. On the first Saturday of each month..and sometimes the third Saturday as well.. 4 or more musical acts perform at the Victoria Hotel, Orange, NSW. Live, local, original and free.
BATHURST. Mark’s performance ranges across two sets, moving forward in time through the best-known songs from Elton John’s first nine albums, from his 1969 debut Empty Sky through to 1975’s iconic Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy.
FORBES. Ross Mancini is the winner of the 2014 Parkes Elvis Festival ‘Tribute to Elvis’ competition.
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