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Scott Carne of Kids In The Kitchen photo by Ros O'Gorman

Scott Carne of Kids In The Kitchen photo by Ros O'Gorman

Kids In The Kitchen And Real Life To Play Melbourne Double-Header

by Paul Cashmere on October 12, 2018

in News

Kids In The Kitchen and Real Life, two of Australia’s iconic 80s pop bands, will perform a show together in Melbourne in 26 October.

For Kids In The Kitchen fans will be served the original line-up featuring Scott Carne on vocals, Claude Carranza on guitar, bassist Craig Harnath and Bruce Curnow on drums.

David Sterry, the original and only voice of Real Life, will perform the songs that took Real Life to the American charts in the 80s.

The Melbourne event will take place at 3hree 8ight 6ix, Chasers in Chapel Street. The show is a lead-up to a benchmark for Chasers. The nightclub will turn 40 in November. It was home to the early days of Sonic Youth, The Church, Hunters & Collectors, You Am I and Regurgitator.

Tickets for Kids In The Kitchen and Real Life are at Tickets on sale now from www.3hree8ight6ix.com.au
http://tickets.oztix.com.au/?Event=90976

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