Wednesday, July 15, 2009

The Winter Blues!

Beat the cold! Listen to successful blues band, Roadhouse Rebels, enjoy Southern Creole cooking from our Chef, Grant Smith, taste local wines, browse the art galleries and sculpture garden. For a lazy Sunday afternoon, this can’t be beaten! Just a short 20 minute drive west of Orange on the Mitchell Highway!

Ray Vanderby’s 1959 Hammond C3 organ and Leslie rotating speaker are features of the Roadhouse Rebels blues band. The band is a 60’s & 70’s classic hits covers and good time band. With 3 albums already released, Ray Vanderby has recorded and performed at many a blues festival across the country. Starting out at age 12, Ray has recorded with some of Australia’s top artists over the past 40 years. The list is impressive and includes Marcia Hines and Doug Parkinson. "Wanted to be Alive" was released in July 2008 by Ray and his band Roadhouse Rebels.

If you like the sound of The Doors, Steppenwolf, Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Cream, Deep Purple, Manfred Mann, Free, John Mayall, Blues Brothers, The Angels, AC/DC, The Animals and The Troggs, then you will love Roadhouse Rebels!

This will be an afternoon jam packed with music, art, food and wine! Not to be missed! $50 per person and bookings are essential as places are limited. You can book on 02 6366 9093 or 02 6366 8810 Wed – Sun 10 am – 4 pm.

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