Songwriting legend Paul Kelly joins a stunning line-up to support Melbourne music store and venue Pure Pop Records.
Pure Pop is unique in that it’s a café, record store, and live venue in the heart of St Kilda on Barkly Street. To soundproof the venue and continue hosting the finest local and international acts, Pure Pop are putting on a benefit at the Prince Bandroom called ‘Raise The Roof’.
The line-up is already impressive, featuring Ron S Peno & The Superstitions, Henry Wagons, The Underground Lovers, Charles Jenkins, Davey Lane, Alex Lashlie, Pony Face, Hamish Cowan (Cordrazine) and Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk. Now, Australian music icon Paul Kelly joins the line-up.
There’s also another special headline act to be announced, as well as special guests dropping in. Pure Pop owner Dave Stevens said in a press release, “All the artists are donating their time and talents in support of Pure Pop and live music in Melbourne.”
“We can’t wait to raise the roof at the Prince Bandroom, listen to loads of great loud music and raise funds to secure Pure Pop’s courtyard stage for future generations of artists and fans.”
‘Raise The Roof’ will take place on Friday 11 May at the Prince Bandroom in St. Kilda. Tickets are available from the venue and, of course, instore at Pure Pop.
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