LIVE MUSIC VENUE | MORDIALLOC
Come and enjoy vibrant free Live Music upstairs at Level 1 Restaurant on the weekends. Every Friday and Saturday night and Sunday afternoons.
GIG GUIDE | FREE LIVE MUSIC | WEEKENDS
Friday 14 September | 9:30pm till 12:30am
“The Shakers” is a band of musicians that have got together playing the music of their idols.
Guitarist Aaron Schembri pieced the band back in 2015 playing gigs around town with his fellow musicians.
Aaron learnt the ropes with late great guitarist Ross Hannaford of Daddy Cool, since then he has been working with artists such as Normie Rowe, Paul Norton, Wendy Stapleton, Bob “Bongo” Starkie (Skyhooks), Wilbur Wilde (Ol ‘55), Phil Manning (Chain) and others.
Recently joining the band is Luke Austen who has been working with the likes of Dean Ray (X-Factor), Shane Nicholson and was Troy Cassar-Dallay’s long term bass player.
Luke has also won Tamworth’s Golden Guitar Award in 2011.
Between Luke and Aaron, they share the lead vocals and guitar of everyone’s favourite pieces of music and also pay tribute to their favourite artists. We hope you join in on the fun.
Saturday 15 September | 9:30pm till 12:30am
Playing classic covers from the 60’s to now that will get you up on the dance floor.
Sunday 16 September | 4pm till 7pm
The Recliners are a four piece band with their roots in 70s Rock. Collectively, the band members have toured and recorded with Australia’s finest artists, including John Farnham, Daryl Braithwaite, Tina Arena, Ross Wilson, Glenn Shorrock, Joe Camilleri, Russell Morris, Brian Cadd, Renee Geyer, Richard Clapton, Kate Ceberano and James Reyne. These sought after touring musicians have come together to celebrate their mutual love of classic Australian, American and British 70s Rock, and the mix is a potent blend of crowd pleasing favourites, played with fire and passion.
The Recliners are: Jason Vorherr (bass & vocals), Pip Joyce (guitar & vocals), Geoff Wells (guitar & vocals), Haydn Meggitt (drums & vocals)
Friday 21 September | 9:30pm till 12:30am
Four piece Melbourne based cover band performing a little bit of old, new and some rocked up in between.
Always performing with energy and excitement – bringing life to the old classics.
Saturday 22 September | 9:30pm till 12:30am
As lead guitarist for Aussie rock band ‘London Cries’ (formally Juke Kartel), Dale travelled the World playing arena shows in Norway, New Zealand, America, Iceland as well as Australia just to name a few… Playing with notables such as Slash & Friends, Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Navarro, Fergie, Billy Idol, Andrew Stockdale, Chester Bennington, Travis Barker, Nickleback, Seether, Fuel, Rockstar, Supernova… The diversity of Dale’s music knowledge ranges from the ability to play a myriad of instruments to the many genres he executes with aplomb, whether he’s shredding out a rock song from his lead guitar, beguiling with a gentle classic on acoustic or cruising the blues.
Sunday 23 September | 4pm till 7pm
Classic Rock Covers band $ingle Income have been playing gigs on the Peninsula for 25 years. Support act to the likes of Richard Clapton, Johnny Diesel, Choir Boys and The Angels.
Real and authentic, live Rock music you can sing and dance to with everything from Deep Purple, INXS, Aussie Crawl, Angels, AC/DC through to Cold Chisel. This group loves to get the crowd partying!
Friday 28 September | 9:30pm till 12:30am
Come and get a little bit silly with the Ginger Ninja lads.
Some of Melbourne’s most talented and exciting muso’s playing the best singalong rock anthems from yesterday, today and in-between.
Saturday 29 September | 9:30pm till 12:30am
Redline plays fresh high energy material from the 80s to present day.
Sunday 30 September | 4pm till 7pm
One of Australia’s most renowned bands, Captain Spalding has provided audiences with the ultimate live entertainment experience in Australia and overseas for over 25 years.With a substantial and diverse repertoire including classic dance tunes, swing favorites and the very best music of today – plus that unique brand of engaging humor and fun Tom Spalding is famous for.