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Jack Howard Has Reformed His Epic Brass Supergroup For Memo Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Hunters & Collectors trumpet player Jack Howard has created his own supergroup, Jack Howard’s Epic Brass, to perform the great horn hits of Australian Rock again at Memo Music Hall.

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Kim Salmon at the launch of Leaps and Bounds 2015, photo by Ros O'Gorman

MEMO Music Hall to kick off local acts with Summer Sounds of St Kilda in January

by Paul Cashmere

Kim Salmon, Alma Ziegler, Hugo Race and Deborah Byrne will be able to walk to walk for their January gigs. MEMO Music Hall in St Kilda will be featuring the locals throughout January with its Summer Sounds of St Kilda series.

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Tony Martin will be working between Christmas and New Years at MEMO Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Comedian, filmmaker and author Tony Martin has a gig at MEMO between Christmas and New Year.

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Kim Salmon at the launch of Leaps and Bounds 2015, photo by Ros O'Gorman

MEMO Music Hall to pay tribute to the music of St Kilda with Summer Sounds of St Kilda series

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s hidden music gem of a venue MEMO Music Hall will pay tribute to its local artists with Summer Sounds of St Kilda series throughout January.

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Jack Howard of Hunters & Collectors To Perform Solo Horn Hits

by Paul Cashmere

Jack Howard, the horn of Hunters & Collectors, is stepping out solo for his Epic Brass show for the Memo Music Hall.

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Jack Howard and the Long Lost Brothers

Hunters & Collectors’ Jack Howard Releases Solo Album

by Paul Cashmere

Hunters & Collectors powerhouse trumpet play Jack Howard has released another solo record with his side-project The Long Lost Brothers.

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