Elton John Tribute with Not Quite Dwight
Saturday 25 February 8pm
Local music legend Noah Shilkin performs the iconic 1973 Elton John album “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” in its entirety.
Backed by some of Australia’s finest musicians, audiences will be treated to all the fabulous favourites – Bennie and the Jets, Candle in the Wind and of course Goodbye Yellow Brick Road in a musical and multimedia extravaganza.
The band affectionately known as “Not Quite Dwight” includes Marcel Rodeka on drums and vocals – Marcel and Noah were both in legendary NZ band Mother Goose. Also on stage is Steve Hensby – guitars and vocals – a graduate of Berklee College, solo artist/songwriter, lead singer of band ‘Tracksuit’. Paul Bodlovich – bass and vocals – played in the acclaimed Western Australian band ‘Prawns With Horns’. Lukas Murphy – keyboards and vocals – is a graduate of WAAPA in Contemporary Keyboards and also plays in ‘Tracksuit” and “The Caballeros”. Serge Le Goueff – saxophone/percussion – local saxophone legend from Dunsborough Serge is a graduate of Lycée de Kerichen (France) and Jazz Performance at Edith Cowan/UWA.
Come dressed in your favourite Elton inspired 1970’s style outfit and/or glasses for your chance to win prizes.
Unreserved table and theatre seating available. BYO nibbles only, full bar facilities available.
Tickets: $35 Adults, $30 Arts Hub Members, $30 Group 8+ (booked in one transaction)