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FRINGE SHOW 3: The Marquee Room

About this event on the 21st March 2021

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MOSS Live at the BRIT

Join US and ROCK DJ Peter Tilbrook at the “BRIT” for four hours of “Let your hair down” rock music as we’ll be performing our most popular MOSS songs but also give you an extra serotonin hit as we pay tribute to The Bee Gees, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Joe Cocker, Skyhooks, Bad Finger, The Rolling Stones and more during our show.

 

Peter Tilbrook, former member of The Masters Apprentices, Solo Vocalist Guitarist was inducted into the SA MUSIC HALL OF FAME in March 2014 and will be your ROCK DJ when we take a breather.

Ticket prices

Full Price: $15.00

Concession: $10.00

BankSA cardholder: $12.00

Companion Card: $0.00

Prices may not be available on all sessions

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THE BRIT is the home of THE MARQUEE ROOM, LEGENDS BAR & NIGHTCLUB and THE COMEDY BAR.

 

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15 Davis Street Wingfield

SupportAct SA

VENUE: THE HIGHWAY FUNCTION ROOM

290 ANZAC HIGHWAY ~ PLYMPTON

EVENT LINK

A full pre Christmas afternoon of fun, food and entertainment including performances from us and Bobby Hunter.

Entry $15.00 proceeds going to Support Act

To book your seat or a table contact Elaine on 0433 608 331‬

Support Act has helped get artists and music workers back on their feet when they have hit a tough patch and just need a breathing space.

• Support Act’s founding members are AMCOS, APRA, ARIA and PPCA.
• Support Act SA and Daisy’s South Australian Debonairs in Adelaide.
o Founded by the legendary David “Daisy” Day and a team of volunteers, and are now in their 10th year of fund raising, having a good time together.

VENUE:
THE HIGHWAY FUNCTION ROOM ~ 290 ANZAC HIGHWAY ~ PLYMPTON
If you are in Adelaide, come along to the monthly gathering of Daisy’s Debs. This is typically held on the third Thursday of the month, and each time sees a fantastic guest speaker and great entertainment. Held 12 noon for a 12.30 pm start @ The Highway Function room.

Everyone is welcome.

Dirty Game Release

DIRTY GAME © Copyright 2020

Lyrics: Susan Craig

Music: Ian (NED) Kelly & Mark Simpkin

Website: https://www.mossmusic.com.au/product/dirty-game

The land falls silent: Australian farmers battle life without rain. It as the drought stricken summer of 2018. Australia. The farmers were on their knees. It was the moment the Federal Government had to seize, but in Canberra the Federal Government was too occupied with leadership challenges, white-anting and deliberately eroding their internal foundation. They were blinded by their treachery to the heart wrenching, devastating scenes of Australian farmers, who were looking toward their elected leaders for help. But all they saw were dirty games.

Mediterranean Holiday Release

MEDITERRANEAN HOLIDAY

Lyrics: Ian (NED) Kelly

Music: Ian (NED) Kelly & Mark Simpkin

Get it: https://www.mossmusic.com.au/product/mediterranean-holiday

MOSS Keyboard, guitarist and vocalist Ian (NED) Kelly recalls a time in his younger years when he travelled through the French Riviera. It’s a region many say dreams are made of and NED has never forgotten his time there. This song is a reasonable departure from our existing playlist but it is reflective of our collective past experiences over time that often demanded versatility. MOSS Drummer Dave Anthony loves this song as it gives him opportunity to revisit his Latin genre roots. All in all, we have had a bucket load of fun writing this song, recording it and making the film clip. Our sincere hope is that you are a music lover of this genre and add it to your collection to play when you next visit the French Riviera or for the interim simply want to dream about being there.

THE FED on SEMAPHORE

It is with huge regret, but with a mind for community safety, MOSS must withdraw from our gig on Saturday 4th April as the coronavirus has now touched MOSS.
One of our members now needs to go into self quarantine for the required period and there is no certainty therefore at this time to guarantee his health and our subsequent availability on our scheduled performance date.
 
When things settle down we hope to see you all again when we perform next at the FED.

The GOV

It is with huge regret, but with a mind for community safety, MOSS must withdraw from our gig on Saturday 28th March as the coronavirus has now touched MOSS.
 
One of our members now needs to go into self quarantine for the required period and there is no certainty therefore at this time to guarantee his health and our subsequent availability on our scheduled performance date.
 
When things settle down we hope to see you all again when we perform next at the GOV.