The Historic 19th Century Hotel (originally 1847). Nostalgic balcony still facing into the original marketsquare – the centre of Burra. Burra is a country town in South Australia located 160km north of Adelaide, with a population of approximately 1,200 people.
Hosts Chris and Anita have invited us to perform at their new passion, the Burra Hotel.
This Thursday Jan.4th.at K.I.Tru Thai enjoy a big line up with Surfing Guru and performer Billy February plus Popular Duo,Moss along with a visiting solo female singer/guitarist.Enjoy this special evening with the best food in town and Kellys Bar at great prices,open from 5.30pm.
MOSS DUO – Sue and Mark are looking forward to performing for RISE UP. Rise Up is addressing the sombre issue of domestic and family violence and its huge ongoing effects on people and our community as a whole so reflective in that sense.
Rise Up as a call and recognition of our actions and empowerment to change that situation so some celebration of that action being taken and the positive effect it can have for particularly those affected.
Where: Ramsay Place which is the green area just outside of Colonades shopping centre at Noarlunga Centre. Circled by Hopgood Theatre, City of Onkaparinga Offices, Colonades Tavern and the shops
Adelaide bands and musicians will battle it out over 3 heats for the chance to represent South Australia in Queenesland this November at @The Airlie Beach Festival of Music.
This is the 3rd and final heat in the series come out and support local, original, live music.
“MOSS paid tribute to Michael Hutchence in their song “IN EXCESS OF LIFE” featured on their CD “Face the Music”. For one night only, MOSS joins forces with the Semantics to give you a night of uplifting Heartland Rock together with the Semantics full on tribute to the hits of INXS. If you love INXS and you love the sounds of those years, then you won’t want to miss this”
MOSS band members grew up in an era where songs were very much media commentary. The stage was the podium, the lyrics the speeches, as this was the only social platform for political and social voice. Young outspoken people in the 60’s and 70’s were considered troublemakers, anti-establishment and suppressed.