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Boogie and Blues

at Bookmaker’s @ Lower Bar

Boogie and Blues are just what its title promises. A weekly live music event hosted in the historic City Tatts Bookmakers Bar every Friday night for a whole month of music. A place to come together, shake off the working week blues, and enjoy some rockin’ rhythm and foot-stomping boogie-woogie.

Supported by Create NSW’s Play the City Program and presented by Vintage Allsorts, Boogie, and Blues at Bookmakers is a chance to gather your friends, enjoy cool cocktails in one Sydney’s oldest Speakeasy bars and celebrate culture, creativity, and connection.

4 Fridays of free live music! Featuring The Dovetails and Mary Heart.

Friday 19th February
Friday 26th February
Friday 5th March
Friday 12th March

The Dovetails… bring you the best in Blues, Beats and Boogie.

Inspired by the sounds of vintage Americana their unique stylings evoke the glamour and sophistication of the Golden Age of Rock’n’Roll.

This dynamic ensemble has not one but three lead vocalists, Rockabilly Bombshell Miss Pia Andersen, Boogie Woogie Piano man Greg Dean and the unstoppable blues guitar legend Steve Edmonds.

This 5 piece combo also features formidable roots player Artie Taylor on the Double Bass and Jump Jazz aficionado Adam Barnard on the drums.

Think classic rhythm and blues, a touch of soul, something that swings and a whole lot of rock ‘n’ roll.

Mary Heart… hollers rhythm & blues classics as she pumps out driving bass lines on her double bass named ‘Craig’. Sydney’s Mary Heart is an all-out entertainer and pays homage to the greats of the past.

She has a widespread reputation for her unique blend of foot-stomping rhythm and blues, rollicking swing, and blues-based, upbeat rhythms. Heart always shares the stage with the crème de la crème of Australia’s music scene to ensure rip-roaring live shows. She brings the sounds of Ray Charles, Elvis Presley, Wanda Jackson, Ruth Brown and Chuck Berry to let the good times roll.

Proudly brought to you by the NSW Government – Create NSW – Play The City grant.

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