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Pure Pop Kicks Off Summer Of Classic Albums Series Of Gigs

by Paul Cashmere on December 6, 2012

in News,Noise Pro

Now this is an in-store! Pure Pop in Melbourne’s St Kilda is showcasing classic albums live by Aussie artists over this summer.

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Every week Pure Pop puts on in-store live performances and until the end of March you will have nights features albums from The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, The Smiths, Elvis Costello, Paul Simon and AC/DC by artists like Jordie Lane, Shannon Bourne, Georgia Fields, The Wellingtons, Charles Jenkins and Stephen Cummings.

There will be a few special events along the way. AC/DShe will perform ‘Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap’ on the anniversary of Bon Scott’s death. Nick Barker will perform Neil Young’s ‘Tonight’s The Night’ exactly 50 years to the day that Neil played his first ever gig in Winnipeg when he was 17-years old.

The series continues this evening with Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk performing AC/DC’s ‘Let There Be Rock’.

Pure Pop is at 221 Barkly St, St Kilda.

The schedule is:

Thursday, 6 December – Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk – AC/DC – Let There Be Rock
Friday, 7 December – Jeff Lang – Tom Waits – Bone Machine
Saturday, 8 December – Shannon Bourne – Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced
Sunday, 9 December – Sam Buckingham – Ben Harper & Blind Boys of Alabama – There Will Be A Light
Wednesday, 12 December – Laura Davidson – Amy Winehouse – Back To Black
Thursday, 13 December – Rosie Haden – Patsy Cline – Showcase
Friday, 14 December – Tom & Pugs Lyngcoln – X – X Aspirations
Saturday, 15 December – Hamish Cowan – The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead
Sunday, 16 December – Sherry Rich – The Byrds – Sweetheart of the Rodeo
Thursday, 20 December – Davey Lane – Nick Lowe – Pure Pop For Now People
Friday, 21 December – Billy Miller – The Beatles – Beatles For Sale
Saturday, 22 December – Courtney Barnett – INXS – Kick
Sunday, 23 December – Jordie Lane – Gillian Welch – Soul Journey
Thursday, 27 December – Van Walker – Bob Dylan – John Wesley Harding
Friday, 28 December – Hazelman Brothers – Iron & Wine – Our Endless Numbered Days
Saturday, 29 December – Fred Negro – Josh Rouse – 1972
Sunday, 30 December – Andy Kentler & Friends – Sunnyboys
Thursday, 3 January – Josh Fontaine – Wilco – Summerteeth
Friday, 4 January – Black Cab – Suicide – Suicide
Saturday, 5 January – Pony Face – Bruce Springsteen – Nebraska
Sunday, 6 January – Gallie – Bob Dylan – Desire
Wednesday, 9 January – Mikelangelo – The Cramps – A Date With Elvis
Thursday, 10 January – Hugo Race – The Doors – LA Woman
Friday, 11 January – Sarah Carroll – Jonathan Richman – Jonathan Goes Country
Saturday, 12 January – The Twoks – Rage Against The Machine – Rage Against the Machine
Sunday, 13 January – Tess McKenna – Bob Dylan – The Times They Are A Changin
Wednesday, 16 January – Julia Stone – David Bowie – Let’s Dance
Thursday, 17 January – Kim Volkman – Steve Earle – Train A Comin’
Friday, 18 January – Rebecca Barnard – Joni Mitchell – Court and Spark
Saturday, 19 January – Hellhounds – John Mayall’s Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton – Beano
Sunday, 20 January – Henry Manetta, Ruth Rogers-Wright & Chelsea Wilson – Etta James – Etta James
Wednesday, 23 January – Ros Dobelsky – Emmylou Harris – Wrecking Ball
Thursday, 24 January – Jaime Robbie Reyne – Warren Zevon – Sentimental Hygeine
Friday, 25 January – Russet Burbank – Townes Van Zandt – Townes Van Zandt
Saturday, 26 January – The Fauves – Trio – Trio
Sunday, 27 January – Drawn From Bees – The Beatles – Rubber Soul
Wednesday, 30 January – Oh Pep! – Paul Simon – Graceland
Thursday, 31 January – Nick Batterham – Townes Van Zandt – Our Mother The Mountain
Friday, 1 February – Nick Barker – Neil Young – Tonight’s The Night
Saturday, 2 February – Charles Jenkins – Elvis Costello – My Aim Is True
Saturday, 2 February – The Mudcakes – Tom T. Hall – Songs Of Fox Hollow
Sunday, 3 February -Ben Salter – The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground
Wednesday, 6 February – Ella Hooper – Destiny’s Child – The Writing’s On The Wall
Thursday, 7 February – Sideshow Brides – Fleetwood Mac – Rumours
Friday, 8 February – I, A Man – Television – Marquee Moon
Saturday, 9 February – Monique Brumby – Lucinda Williams – Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
Sunday, 10 February – Georgia Fields – David Bowie – The Rise & Fall Of Ziggy Stardust
Wednesday, 13 February – Readable Graffiti – Prince – Purple Rain
Thursday, 14 February – Hellhound Brown – Neil Young – Harvest
Friday, 15 February – Liz Stringer – Crowded House – Woodface
Saturday, 16 February – Solomons – Oasis – (What’s The Story) Morning Glory
Sunday, 17 February – Monique DiMattina with Matt Walker – Bob Dylan – Blonde On Blonde
Tuesday, 19 February – AC/Dshe – AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Wednesday, 20 February – Ash Naylor – The Stone Roses
Thursday, 21 February – The Wellingtons -The Posies – Fronsting on the Beater
Friday, 22 February – Julitha Ryan – Beck – Mutations
Saturday, 23 February – Fiona Lee Maynard – Weezer – Blue Album
Sunday, 24 February – Livingstone Daisies – Teenage Fanclub – Bandwagonesque
Wednesday, 27 February – Burn In Hell – Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds – Henry’s Dream
Thursday, 28 February – Dirt River Radio – Violent Femmes – Violent Femmes
Friday, 1 March – Duke Batavia – Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge Over Troubled Water
Saturday, 2 March – Phil Ceberano – Lou Reed – Transformer
Sunday, 3 March – The Need Somebodies (Cam Butler, Harry Howard & Edwina Preston) – Stooges – Raw Power
Thursday, 7 March – Steve Lucas – Small Faces – Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake
Friday, 8 March – Cylinders – Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
Saturday, 9 March – Stephen Cummings – Rolling Stones – Out Of Our Heads (US)
Sunday, 10 March – Alex Lashlie – Jeff Buckley – Grace
Thursday, 14 March – Catherine Traicos – Jesus & Mary Chain – Psychocandy
Saturday, 16 March – Laura Imbruglia – ABBA – Arrival

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