Daylesford Gig Guide, December 4 | What's On

GREAT LINE-UP: Catch Ross Wilson, The Cartwheels and Jazz Deuce this week. Picture: SUPPLIED
GREAT LINE-UP: Catch Ross Wilson, The Cartwheels and Jazz Deuce this week. Picture: SUPPLIED


Friday Lemonade. An acoustic, percussive duo from the Mornington Peninsula

Saturday Ross Wilson and The Peaceniks

Fresh from Queenscliff Music Festival, Ross "The Boss" Wilson will bring his band of youngsters, aka Peaceniks, to play his seemingly infinite list of hits from Daddy Cool to Mondo Rock and beyond. And believe me, he does them all, "Eagle Rock" to "Come said the boy" and my favourites, the twangin' "Come back again" and "Hi Honey Ho".

Blue Bean Cafe

Friday Jazz Deuce

Featuring Norm Gray on flugelhorn and vocals and Simon Wigney on guitar, the duo plays the Great American Jazz Standards of the 1930s through to the 1950s. Tunes made popular by Sinatra, Gershwin, Rodgers and Hart and Jobim provide a nice background to wining, dining romancing and relaxing.

Saturday North East

Sunday Open Mic. Join the staff at Blue Bean Love for their monthly open mic night. Kicks off at 5pm and welcoming all walks of life, whatever your skill level, you can write your name on the board, pre book a spot or just come and encourage the talent. $5 happy hours from 4-6pm and an $18 dinner special makes for an affordable night of food, drink and entertainment. To book a set (approx. 15 mins) please phone the venue; (03) 5348 2297.


Saturday Greg Steps

Bridge Hotel, Castlemaine

Friday Dan Kelly & The Alpha Males + Galaxy Hop

2019 marks the 15th anniversary of Dan Kelly & the Alpha Males, "Sing the Tabloid Blues", which saw Dan joining forces with a cast of emerging Melbourne-based musicians to form the Alpha Males and create a critically acclaimed album. Dan and the Alpha Males will be playing "Sing the Tabloid Blues" in its entirety as well as hits and favourites including "Drunk on Election Night".

The Alpha Males are Christian Strybosch, Aaron Cupples, Lewis Boyes, Tom Carlyon and Steve Hesketh.

Daylesford Cidery

Saturdays 4 -7pm. The first of a series of summer events. This summer, enjoy sitting back, listening to some live music whilst sipping a cider with a freshly made pizza from in the outdoor oven. It is free entry to these events, with both kids and friendly dogs welcome.

"The Cartwheels" are kicking this season with selections from their new album, classics from their back catalogue and few other artists back catalogues. Satrurday afternoon sorted.