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On Friday August 5, Sporties will be the place to be with a sizzling night of music and entertainment planned. Local band Dislocated featuring Max Jones with Ted and Peter Jones will be alongside special guests Angelo and John Peruzzi for a concert they are calling “Quadrophonic”.

The evening will be centred around four sets that will see reworks of great songs, re-interpretations of classics and themes that will both entice and delight. The audience will be in for a treat with an eclectic mix of songs ranging from Stevie Wonder to Britney Spears, Amy Winehouse to David Bowie, and ABBA…just to name a few.

Griffith Young Musician of the Year, Max Jones (vocals and guitar), will be joined by Ted Jones (guitar and bass), plus seasoned veterans of the local music scene Peter Jones (vocals, guitar and bass), Angelo Peruzzi (drums and percussion) and John Peruzzi (keyboards and vocals).

First Friday Live co-founder Livio Mazzon emphasised, "This is one evening of music you won’t want to miss. It’s going to be a fun concert. The songs are well-known so I’m sure people will get into it by singing along and dancing.” 

Dislocated will be appearing at The Exies Sports Club (Sporties) at 7.30pm on Friday 5 August. Adding to an already amazingly jam-packed weekend for the Griffith Centenary Celebrations, entry to this concert will be free thanks to the kind support from Griffith Ex-Servicemen’s Club. Under 18’s are welcome with adult supervision. The regular lucky door prizes and raffles will be back with prizes to be won. The Oval Bistro will be open as usual for meals - so why not make a night out of it.

To learn more about First Friday Live visit: http://www.facebook.com/FFLGriffith or call Livio Mazzon on 0428 235 871.

Sharon Halliday | Mobile: 0419 217 112 | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

There's never been a better time to join the increasing number of First Friday Live fans than for their July 1 concert. The Clark-Baylor-Date Experience will see two of Australia’s greatest jazz guitarists accompany a sensational double bass player for what should be a highly entertaining evening.

James Clark is the double bass/tuba playing specialist who has worked with many of Australia’s reputable jazz vocalists. This highly sought after musician has been in Adelaide for the past 20 years playing with the Royal Garden Jazz Band, the Kym Purling Trio, Catherine Lambert and the Hep Hounds. Somehow in that time James has also managed to play with a number of Melbourne bands and toured Europe 20 times!

Peter Baylor’s eclectic guitar and vocal styles allow him to move effortlessly from jazz and swing to blues, rockabilly and country styles. He’s toured Australia, the USA, Europe and Japan with a variety of groups and has even supported Bob Dylan, Robert Plant, The Stray Cats and many more big name acts.

Nigel Date is an in demand professional guitarist that makes his life one of a gypsy neatly befitting for the gypsy style he plays. Having played at all of Australia’s major jazz festivals, Nigel has ventured overseas with his musical prowess as well. His talents have seen him appear on countless recordings, performed for radio and TV.

First Friday Live co-founder Livio Mazzon revealed, "There is going to be some serious talent in the room at our next event. I am thrilled that we have been able to secure The Clark-Baylor-Date Experience to showcase some of Australia’s most talented musicians.”

The Clark-Baylor-Date Experience will be appearing at Giuseppe’s Restaurant & Bar at 7.30pm on Friday 1 July. So you don’t miss out, you can get your tickets at Lesley's of Griffith and Beelbangera General Store until Friday. Or rock up on the night where tickets are available for $15 at the door. The regular lucky door prizes and raffles will be back with prizes to be won. Giuseppe’s menu is available until 9.30pm.

Sharon Halliday | Mobile: 0419 217 112 | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.