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Pure Pop Announces Summer Of Classic Albums Covered Live

by Andrew Tijs on October 5, 2012

in Live,News

Julia Stone, Ella Hooper, The Fauves, Jordie Lane, Jeff Lang, Smudge and 63 more artists will perform iconic albums at Pure Pop all summer long.

Pure Pop Records

Pure Pop Records

This is a monumental exercise for the beloved St Kilda record shop and mini live venue Pure Pop Records – heaps of local artists will perform classic albums in full by the greats of the last 50 years over 68 nights and one afternoon.

Everyone from Jordie Lane doing Gilliam Welch’s Soul Journey to Nick Barker doing Neil Young’s Tonight’s The Night to Ben Salter of the Gin Club doing The Velvet Underground’s self-titled album and so many more.

It’ll be super special. The shows are only 10 bucks a pop, or 50 for six. Book via [email protected], on 9525 5066, or in person at 221 Barkly St, St. Kilda.

Check out the entire list of artists, albums, and dates below.

Pure Pop’s Summer Of Classic Albums
Saturday 1 December: Smudge perform The Modern Lovers – s/t
Sunday 2 December: Jack Howard performs Burt Bacharach – Reach Out
Thursday 6 December: Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk perform AC/DC – Let There Be Rock
Friday 7 December: Jeff Lang performs Tom Waits – Bone Machine
Saturday 8 December: Shannon Bourne performs Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced?
Sunday 9 December: Sam Buckingham performs Ben Harper And The Blind Boys Of Alabama – There Will Be A Light
Wednesday 12 December: Laura Davidson performs Amy Winehouse – Back To Black
Thursday 13 December: Rosie Haden performs Patsy Cline – Showcase
Friday 14 December: Tom & Pugs Lygncoln performs X – X-Aspirations
Saturday 15 December: Hamish Cowan (Cordrazine) performs The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead
Sunday December 16: Sherry Rich performs The Byrds – Sweetheart Of The Rodeo
Thursday 20 December: Davey Lane performs Nick Lowe – Pure Pop For Now People
Friday 21 December: Billy Miller performs The Beatles – For Sale
Saturday 22 December: Courtney Barnett performs INXS – Kick
Sunday 23 December: Jordie Lane performs Gillian Welch – Soul Journey
Thursday 27 December: Van Walker performs Bob Dylan – John Wesley Harding
Friday 28 December: The Hazelman Brothers perform Iron & Wine – Our Endless Numbered Days
Saturday 29 December: Fred Negro performs Josh Rouse – 1972
Sunday 30 December: Andy Kentler and friends perform Sunnyboys – s/t
Thursday 3 January: Josh Fontaine performs Wilco – Summerteeth
Friday 4 January: Black Cab perform Suicide – s/t
Saturday 5 January: Pony Face perform Bruce Springsteen – Nebraska
Sunday 6 January: Gallie perform Bob Dylan – Desire
Wednesday 9 January: Mikelangelo performs The Cramps – A Date With Elvis
Thursday10 January: performs Nina Simone – Little Girl Blue
Friday 11 January: Sarah Connell perform Jonathan Richman – Jonathan Goes Country
Saturday 12 January: The Twoks perform Rage Against The Machine – s/t
Sunday 13 January: Tess McKenna performs Bob Dylan – The Times They Are A Changin’
Wednesday 16 January: Julia Stone performs Daivd Bowie – Let’s Dance
Thursday 17 January: Kim Volkman performs Steve Earle – Train A Comin’
Friday 18 January: Rebecca Barnard performs Joni Mitchell – Court And Spark
Saturday 19 January: The Hellhounds perform John Mayall – Blues Breakers
Sunday 20 January: Henry Manetta and the Trip perform Etta James – s/t
Wednesday 23 January: Ros Dobelsky performs Emmylou Harris – Wrecking Ball
Thursday 24 January: Jaime Robbie Reyne performs Warren Zevon – Sentimental Hygiene
Friday 25 January: Russet Burbank performs Townes Van Zandt – s/t
Saturday 26 January: The Fauves perform Trio – s/t
Sunday 27 January: Drawn From Bees perform The Beatles – Rubber Soul
Wednesday 30 January: Oh Pep! perform Paul Simon – Graceland
Thursday 31 January: Nick Batterham performs Townes Van Zandt – Our Mother The Mountain
Friday 1 February: Nick Barker performs Neil Young – Tonight’s The Night
Saturday 2 February (afternoon): The Mudcakes perform Tom T Hall – Songs Of Fox Hollow
Saturday 2 February (evening): Charles Jenkins performs Elvis Costello – My Aim Is True
Sunday 3 February: Ben Salter performs The Velvet Underground – s/t
Wednesday 6 February: Ella Hooper performs Destiny’s Child – Writing’s On The Wall Thursday 7 February: The Sideshow Brides perform Fleetwood Mac – Rumours
Friday 8 February: I, A Man perform Television – Marquee Moon
Saturday 9 January: Monique Brumby performs Lucinda Williams – Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
Sunday 10 February: Georgia Fields performs David Bowie – The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars
Wednesday 13 February: Readable Graffiti perform Prince – Purple Rain
Thursday 14 February: Hellhound Brown performs Neil Young – Harvest
Friday 15 February: Liz Stringer performs Crowded House – Woodface
Saturday 16 February: Solomons perform Oasis – (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?
Sunday 17 February: Monique DiMattina and Matt Walker perform Bob Dylan – Blonde On Blonde
Tuesday 19 February: AC/DShe perform AC/DC’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Wednesday 20 February: Ashley Naylor performs Stone Roses – s/t
Thursday 21 February: The Wellingtons perform Yu Am I – Hourly Daily
Friday 22 February: Julitha Ryan performs Beck – Mutations
Saturday 23 February: Fiona Lee Maynard performs Weezer – Blue Album
Sunday 24 January: The Livingstone Daisies perform Teenage Fanclub – Bandwagonesque
Wednesday 27 February: Burn In Hell perform Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – Henry;s Dream
Thursday 28 February: Dirt River Radio perform Violent Femmes – s/t
Friday 1 March: Duke Batavia perform Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge Over Troubled Water
Saturday 2 March: Phil Ceberano performs Lou Reed – Transformer
Sunday 3 March: The Need Somebodies perform Iggy And The Stooges – Raw Power
Thursday 7 March: Steve Lucas performs The Small Faces – Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake
Friday 8 March: Cylinders performs The beach Boys – Pet Sounds
Saturday 9 March: Stephen Cummings performs The Rolling Stones – Out Of Our Heads
Sunday 10 March: Alex Lashlie performs Jeff Buckley – Grace

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