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Chisel Revived – Friday 26th May – Beef Week Friday

Australia’s number one Tribute to the Legends that are Cold Chisel & Jimmy Barnes.

For over three decades, the songs of Cold Chisel and Jimmy Barnes have dominated the airways with their powerful brand of Aussie Rock .

So many Classic hits from Khe Shan, to which most Aussie’s recognise jokingly as our national Anthem, to When the war is over, the driving power of Working Class Man to the R & B swing of Higher and higher, collectively Cold Chisel and Jimmy Barnes have given the public some of the best music ever heard on Australian airways.

And now finally CHISEL REVIVED / Barnsey Revisited faithfully reproduce a huge cross section of these unforgettable songs, in a live show that is second to none.
Fronted but the searing vocals of Carter Roser, you will feel as if Cold Chisel has indeed been revived. Carter’s backing band feature top class musicians who diligently reproduce the unique sounds of Cold Chisel and Jimmy Barnes.

Come and experience the dynamic “CHISEL REVIVED” and rock the night away!!

FREE Entry before 9pm; $5 cover charge thereafter.  Friday 26th May 2017 – following the Beef Week Cup Races 


 Pauly Fenech’s Fat Pizza and Housos Comedy Spectacular – Wed 14 June 2017

After a sell-out tour of the entire QLD coast in 2016, Logie winning Paul Fenech “The new Crown Prince of Rude”, returns with a new show in 2017. Pauly’s FATPIZZA & HOUSOS comedy spectacular.

He’s produced & appears in a bourbon fuelled Bogan subwoofer bonanza of comedy! Crowd games! Parody songs! Stand-up comedy and never seen before footage to create a unique 2-hour multimedia comedy experience. His alter egos Pauly & Franky Falzoni (& few other personalities even he’s not sure of) guarantee at least three people at every show will wet themselves laughing!

No sacred cows! All stereotypes will be sledged! The wildest live show touring the country.

The last politically incorrect showman Paul “Pauly “Fenech will set “Straya” on fire! Don’t be a Stooge and miss this!

Adults only!

Catch Pauly at the Casino RSM Club on Wednesday 14th June 2017
Tickets available at the Club or online.  

Killer Queen – Friday 16th June 2017

Want to witness something KILLER? QUEENsland’s only working tribute, who pay homage to rock royalty, want to share a little bit of magic with you!

Killer Queen is a Brisbane-based group dedicating their finest hour to Britain’s regal rock quartet, Queen, and are the hottest ticket in town when it comes to tribute acts.One of Australia’s finest exports, Killer Queen have not only performed up and down Australia’s East coast but have traveled abroad to places such as Singapore, Norway and New Zealand.

With endorsements by none other than Brian May, it’s safe to assume that Killer Queen are guaranteed to blow your mind… Anytime!

Tickets available at the Club or online.

Shannon Noll – Saturday 29th July

Shannon Noll’s everyman appeal lies in his honesty. He possesses the knack of striking a chord with legions of music fans, jacking into a pure emotion that’s both his own and instantly relatable. Fourth album, A Million Suns, stays faithful to his classic rock roots while ramping up the pace like never before.

Three years since Shannon hit No.3 in the ARIA album chart with Turn It Up, and despite having clocked up 10 consecutive top 10 ARIA chart singles, the country boy from Condobolin, NSW remains unaffected by success and committed to his hard-working rock ethic. I’m a knockabout bloke, not so different to most people, he points out. It shows that the average bloke can achieve his dreams if he tries.

Partnering with songwriters Adam Reily, Josh Bidmead and Brooke McClymont, with producers Lindsay Rimes and Bryon Jones, he’s penned an album stacked full of solid rock songs, deliberately geared towards a storming live show.

See Shannon LIVE at Casino RSM Club on Saturday 29th July 2017.
Tickets available at the Club or online.


Travellin’ Still – the Music of Slim Dusty – 18th August 2017

When Slim Dusty’s Travelling Country Band played their last full show with Slim in 2002, the band members all went their separate ways.

Fast-forward to 2016, at the Slim Dusty Music Festival in Kempsey, NSW, they found themselves on-stage together for the first time in years. And it felt like only yesterday as the old songs, friendships and memories came flooding back. One comment from an audience member, “This show has to go on the road!” got them all thinking, why not? There aren’t many bands around where all the members were part of the Slim Dusty Show!

So, Rod Coe, Mike Kerin, Jeff Mercer, Rob Souter and Peter Denahy have decided to take the show on the road. With Joy and the family’s approval.

And what an experience this is; five musicians who will be sharing stories, some of their own music and of course the songs of Slim Dusty which will sound pretty darn genuine because they’ll be played by his own original band!

Rod Coe – bass; Slim’s longtime producer and a man who has seen more of Slim inside a studio than anyone.
Mike Kerin – fiddle; Slim’s longest serving fiddle player – over 25 years in the band.
Jeff Mercer – lead guitar; Slim’s right-hand man on stage, keeping “the sound” alive.
Rob Souter – drums; Slim’s rhythm man for as long as anyone can remember – he even toured with a broken arm.
Pete Denahy – guitar and vocals; Slim’s last band member who played as a musician and support artist.

Doors open 7pm. Show Starts 8pm.  Adults $25, Childern Under 15 $15

Tickets available at the Club or online.