The Newport and Steve Parkin are excited to announce the launch of the Record Club, a new weekly night that will see some on WA's most beloved and recognizable musicians pay homage to the artists that inspired them and the albums that never left their turntable.
Kicking off on Thursday 5 June, blues rock exponents The Date will play Lou Reed's Rock 'N' Roll Animal in its entirety followed by a selection of the late iconoclast's greatest hits. In the weeks to follow The Wesley Goodlet Jamboree Scouts will take on David Bowie's The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust, Her Majesty's (Kenji Kitahara & Special Guests) will tackle The Beatles' Abby Road and Ruby Boots will perform the songs from Lucinda Williams' Car Wheels On A Gravel Road.
The series will continue throughout July and August with members of Eskimo Joe, The Chemist, End Of Fashion, Sleepy Jackson, Timothy Nelson & The Infidels, The Basement Birds and more joining forces in super-tributes such as Fleetwood Rack (Fleetwood Mac), Pink Eye Town (Weezer), Kim Deal Or Bo Deal (The Pixies) and culminating in an audio visual performance of Pink Floyd's The Wall.
For all those list making record obsessives there will be album giveaways courtesy of Mills Records and a special package offer on tickets available via Oztix. Don't miss this incredible chance to see much loved musicians play the songs that launched a thousand riffs.
Every thursday from the 5th of June until august
DJs and Hosts:Steve Parkin (Basement Birds)Malcolm Clark (Sleepy Jackson)
Tickets are $10 onlineTickets will be available at the door for $15If you buy 3 or more tickets online at oztix, you will receive one free ticket for the show.*