Lazy Eye Band @ The Blues Train
SOLD OUT! Lazy Eye presents: Lazy Eye Blues Club
Lazy Eye celebrate the official launch of their sixth album Whisky & Gin. Supported by Gunther Faber, and featuring the full horn section, this event also marks the grand opening of the renovated Prospect Town Hall and the firt show in a brand new season of Club 5082.
Saturday 27th April!!! Lazy Eye! Chris Finnen!
Live@Lefties is back and our first show for over a year is going to be a belter! Award-winning Lazy Eye supported by SA blues royalty Chris Finnen!
Join the band for a drink after the Mildura Arts Centre show at a secret location. Relax in style after the show at this limited access event. Tickets via this link only include a complimentary drink on arrival. $20 Details available at merchandise stand on presenting a ticket or I.D.
Join us for this special night along with special guest Chris Finnen as we celebrate the release of our brand new album "Black Hill"
Pre sales tickets only due to the fantastic intimate nature of the venue. $20 including booking fee. Doors open 8pm.
German Club, 223 Flinders St, Adelaide
Join the fight against childhood cancer with your chance to win a magnificent Epiphone Les Paul Guitar signed by Geoff Achison and Erica Graf. Tickets are $5 with a minimum of 500 available. The raffle will be drawn at the Childhood Cancer Benefit Concert 2 featuring Geoff Achison, Lazy Eye Band, Mojo Dingo & Ciara Walsh. For concert tickets go to Ticketek.
Think B.B. King sharing a scotch with Booker T at the Crossroads After Midnight.
Behind The 8-Ball showcases two of Australia's most loved blues acts, Lazy Eye with special guests Nikko & Snooks. Join us in celebrating Blue Tongue lizards, Voodoo and trains in the shadow of Black Hill, wrapped up in one of Adelaide's best live music settings, this show will be recorded so don't miss out on being a part of history!
Tickets $20 pre-booked or $25 if available at the door.
ANOUNCEMENT - DINNER & SHOW SOLD OUT.
General Admission selling fast!
Dino Jag “Stripped Back” kicks off on Saturday 24th June at The “Norwood Live” Hotel with special guests Lazy Eye. Limited "Dinner and Show" packages also available.
Tickets available from MOSHTIX or at the door.
GENERAL ADMISSION $20 (+bf) -- Earlybird (CLOSED) $25 (+bf) -- Presales $30 -- At Door (if not sold out)
DINNER & SHOW $58 (+bf) -- Presales
Doors Open: 6.30pm -- Dinner & Show 8pm -- General Admission (limited seating available)
Come along and cheer as your favorite acts compete for a place in the MBC final and a chance to represent South Australia at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis! In it's third year, this year's fortunate acts will follow in the ground breaking steps of Lazy Eye, Mick Kidd and Dave Blight, The Associates and Nikko and Snooks, in an expenses paid trip to the good ol' US of A!
Heat 1: (each band to play 45 minute set) 8.30 - 9.15 The Streamliners 9.45 - 10.30 Lazy Eye Band 11.00 - 11.45 The Fluerieu Bluesbreakers Midnight - Winner announced $15 at the door Pistol Pete's Memphis BBQ serving up tasty street food from 7.30pm
Hillside camping in the heart of the Clare Valley, amidst rolling hills, luscious vineyards and drystone walls.....the warm setting sun, plenty of cold beer....all in the shadow of a lovingly restored, 150 year old bluestone building!
What could possibly make this sound any better... if you were thinking 20+ amazing international, interstate and local SA bands, 1500 friends, two stages, a hay bale amphitheatre and a massive Gum tree....then read on....
There, in the dim distance of the city’s receding cultural memory one jewel still glows: the “Taj Mahal of the Torrens”, the “most distinctive and beautiful place of entertainment in the Commonwealth”.
Ask your grandma if you don’t believe it, but an ornate floating ballroom known as The Floating Palais was the pinnacle of Adelaide’s nightlife throughout the 1920’s, until its mysterious sinking “after a series of explosions” at the height of the decade. Now, polish your dancing shoes and get ready for its phoenix-like return as the hub of the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
A stunning, newly-designed Floating Palais will light up the Torrens riverbank this festival season. Dance the night away to bands and DJs in the Grand Ballroom, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up the last glimpses of summer (and the odd international star) in the glorious open air mezzanine bar. The Palais welcomes you in daylight hours too – share breakfast and papers with some of Australia’s favourite media commentators or enjoy an after-work drink while listening to the world’s most compelling writers and artists.
Parc Palais will stretch into Elder Park with a focus on fresh, affordable, locally-sourced fare for pre and post-show drinks, family picnics, long, lazy lunches and late night suppers. Relax and raise a toast to the stars of the city’s culinary heritage, including Christine Manfield, Cheong Liew and Cath Kerry, and their selection of food and wine curated by Gill Minervini (Dark MOFO Winter Feast) with food consultant Duncan Welgemoed (Africola, Lola’s Pergola) especially for the Adelaide Festival.
Lazy Eye will be performing on the Elder Park rotunda at 5.30 & 7pm.
As classy or as casual as you like, climb aboard The Riverbank Palais and have the time of your life.
Always a great night at Adelaide's premier live blues club. Doors 8pm, Music from 9.30 $10
The blues exists in Adelaide in all of its glorious variations. The Adelaide Roots and Blues Association is proud to present 4 of Adelaide’s finest acts.
Friday 17th February, Lazy Eye and J.J Fields. Lazy Eye are a multi-award winning Hammond organ trio featuring singer songwriter Evan Whetter on organ and harmonica, Erica Graf on guitar and Mario Marino on drums. Think soul drenched blues and B.B. King sharing a scotch with Booker T at the crossroads after midnight! Supported by legendary Adelaide guitarist, the great J.J Fields (Sav).
Friday 17th March, Steve Brown Band and Jesse Deane-Freeman. The Voice and The Band, an unbeatable combination! Steve Brown has a voice that sounds like a pint of Guinness and the Steve Brown Band is an award-winning line-up that features Dave Rhodes (guitar), Denis Surman (bass), Peter Martin (keyboards), Jeff Algra (drums). You'll not hear better Blues and Roots music in the 'Deep South'! Supported by delta blues master Jesse Deane-Freeman.
Charcoal barbecue, sausage sizzle, Greek pastries and snow cones. Music by Lazy Eye, Donnarumma, Moses Jones and Rin McArdle. Face painters, children’s activities, giant games and entertainment by Blast Off and Mr Oopy's Bubble Show. BYO chairs and blankets. BYO food and alcohol permitted.
WALKING IN MEMPHIS INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE FAREWELL SHOWCASE
The INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE is held every year on Beale St Memphis Tennessee, the home and origin of the blues! This event brings together competing bands from all over the world to represent their Blues Societies in the premier blues event on the calendar.
The 2017 and 33rd IBC will feature 3 acts from South Australia.
•Nikko & Snooks - solo/duo category.
•The Associates - band category.
•Lazyeye - album category.
As a final farewell celebration for the great achievement by these 3 acts in making it into the finals the Gov will be hosting their formal ‘send off’ on Friday January 6th.This night will highlight some of the extraordinary talent produced by the SA blues scene which will ultimately go on to perform on the global stage at the IBC in late January.
WALKING IN MEMPHIS - INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE FAREWELL SHOWCASE
The Gov | Fri 06 Jan
Tickets: $25 + booking fee | $20 + booking fee (concession)
Doors open 7.30pm
Adelaide City Council’s free New Year’s Eve event is going to be the biggest party in town! We have all your party needs covered with live music, fabulous food, children’s entertainment and of course, spectacular fireworks.
The atmosphere at Elder Park will be electric, with entertainment to suit the young and young at heart. The historic Rotunda will be in all its glory, bathed in light and providing a focal point for the live music. The night sky will light up with two rounds of show-stopping fireworks.
The event will include a family fairground on the western side of King William Road, with fun activities for kids and adults. There will be a kid’s street theatre stage program, an array of food stalls offering a global cuisine and roving entertainers. A variety of beverages will be available for purchase from one of our three Beer Gardens.
No BYO alcohol and for the comfort of party-goers this is a non-smoking event.
Live music line up: Fresh 92.7 Jump Start Competition winner MANE (Alternative) DJ TRIP (Electronica) Electric Fields Music (Modern Electronica and Soul) Lazy Eye Band (Blues) Germein Sisters (Indie Pop) Local Revolution (Afro Roots Funk)
Kids Street Theatre Stage (7:00 pm – 10:30 pm)
7:00pm – Reuben DotDotDot – Acrobatics that defy gravity and death 7:45pm – Katie Wright Dynamite – Juggling and hula hoop madness 8:30pm – Nick Nicholas – Comedy, Magic and Juggling 9:15pm – Eloise Green – Physical theatre with a twist! 10:00pm – Nick Nicholas – another gob-smacking show from Nick
Roving Performers (7:00 pm – 10:00 pm)
Roos Giant Puppets Water Drops Stilt Police
For road closures and further information head to www.cityofadelaide.com.au/NYE2016
Lazy Eye live in concert at Adelaide's spiritual home of the blues "The Semaphore Workers Club"
An evening of blues with Evan & Erica
Lazy Eye “Pocket The Black” Tour Think Booker T Sharing A Scotch with B.B. King at the crossroads after midnight. Having clocked up a multitude of miles in their tour van, the 2015 Group Of The Year (Australian Blues Music Awards) has not only developed a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in the country but picked up a swag of accolades along the way including Best Blues Album for their debut release Move Me (2013 SA Blues & Roots), Best Blues Artist (2014 SAM Awards) and their brand new offering Pocket The Black has been judged the 2016 Blues Album Of The Year (Adelaide Roots & Blues).
“Guitar licks, picked over tremulous Hammond organ chords and shuffling blues beats are the core of this retro blues collection, which manages to emit authenticity despite the obvious legacy of its influences.” The Sydney Morning Herald
“It’s a pleasure to see a weather-beaten Hammond fronting a band and even more so when it’s wielded with style. Such is the case with Adelaide blues outfit Lazy Eye” The Australian