'SUN RISING' 

The Songs that

Made Memphis 

Melbourne band Sun Rising is rocking

with an utter belter of a show.

The Songs that Made Memphis is an exuberant fun filled show

DAMON SMITH -Keys/Vocals

DAVID COSMA - Guitar/Vocals

ADAM COAD - Percussion/Vocals

ADRIAN  WHYTE - Guitar/Vocals

TRENT MCKENZIE - Bass/Vocals

2 Sets with intermission

Allocated seating $45

 

 

Saturday 12 November

Show 8:30

Doors 7:45

OAKLEIGH MUSIC HALL

95-97 Drummond st,Oakleigh 

Dinner available from 6pm

Bistro Bookings:

Dragana 0487958338

 

Please note: Show seating is allocated by booking group. If you wish to be seated with friends booked under a different name, please contact Ella here.

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This critically acclaimed show celebrates the songs and stories that pay tribute to the early music of Sun Records . You’re promised an unforgettable night as Sun Rising brilliantly interpret the timeless songs and legendary performances captured by Sam Phillips at his Sun Records recording studio in 1950’s.

Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbision, BB King… they all had one thing in common… they launched their careers at The Sun Recording Company.

“This was a show packed full of energy and passion, the set list was out of this world, on stage banter was hilarious. It was brilliant.”

Beat Magazine.

“The crowd was jubilant- moving, laughing, swing dancing and singing the entire show and one rather enthusiastic punter put it better than anyone as she screamed out in joy, “THIS HAS BEEN THE BEST NIGHT EVER!”

Tess Armstrong, ABC Radio.​

“Sun Rising rolled through the eras of Sun Records and touched on some of the greatest names from the time, like Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Howlin' Wolf, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins. This is a band that doesn't just like the songs of Sun Records and Memphis; this is a band that lives and breathes it.”
Yolanda Schefe
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"Damon Smith on piano is a blues/boogie virtuoso, and Trent McKenzie is a treat to watch plucking away on his double bass" 
Michael Coghlan
 
"David Cosma is keen you get the story right, presenting Phillips and his stable of stars story chronologically, and introducing the songs with a wealth of appreciated information. Helping David with his dream is the fabulous Damon Smith. Smith rips the ivory off the 88s with terrifying slides, yet tickles his way through solos - he is both slap and tickle. His gravelly voice was absolutely spot on for Jerry Lee Lewis and Roy Orbison."
TheBarefootReview.com.au