Morning Music: Aretha Franklin Dedication
06 March 2019 : 10:15 AM - 06 March 2019 : 12:00 PM
1st Wednesday of every month Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre. Morning tea at 10.15am and show at 11am.
$15 per ticket or;
$12 per ticket if booking a group of 10+ people.
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Tickets are also available from KPAC on 9257 2558
6 February: Stewart Herbertson - Beatles Songbook
Stewart has been a Beatles fan for as long as he can remember. Few bands have made such an impact, they defined the sixties and their influence is still felt. Stewart brings his favourite songs, his acoustic guitar and incredible voice, and will share his extensive knowledge of the music. Be prepared to sing along!
6 March: Paula Parore - Aretha Franklin Dedication
The undisputed Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin will be celebrated by Paula Parore and backing instrumentalists in this must-see performance. Paula conjures soulful interpretations of Aretha’s most memorable and signature songs, including Natural Woman, Think, Respect, Say a Little Prayer and Chain of Fools. Don’t miss this very special tribute.
3 April: Joyce Mathers & Avenue -Eighties & Nineties
Turn back the clock to the days of big hair, bigger shoulder pads and music that will never die! Joyce and Avenue will present the most loved tunes of this unforgettable era in music, in their unique jazzy style, including hits from George Michael, Rod Stewart, Sade, Annie Lennox, Michael Jackson, Sting, Boy George and many more favourites.
1 May: Mike Peden -Dean Martin & Friends
Mike is a seasoned professional entertainer and is returning to KPAC to perform more of the classic songs from the fifties, sixties and seventies. Enjoy your all-time favourite hits made popular by Matt Monro, Johnny Mathis, The Everly Brothers, Glen Campbell, Harry Nilsson and a special tribute at the end to Neil Diamond.
5 June: Kelly Green with Brenton Fosdike
The coming together of two of Australia’s finest Singer/Musician entertainers in 2001 was a very happy accident. Kelly & Brenton are professionals with over 80 years combined experienced at the top level of the entertainment business. For people with matured music tastes these two great performers will have you cheering for more!
3 July: Tuxedo Junction Vocal Ensemble
These 20 talented vocalists have a reputation for high quality performances. Music director, WAAPA-trained musician Simone Bishop, conducts them in both a cappella and accompanied music, singing in 4-part close harmony, featuring choral favourites from the era of jazz and swing.
7 August: Clay Darius Kings of Soul
Clay has thrilled us with performances with wife Paula Parore. In his own show he will pay homage to the great Kings of Soul, with Andrew Suhatam on Grand Piano. Clay will deliver soulful interpretations from Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder and more..
4 September: Rupert Guenther Wipeout
Rupert Guenther presents Wipe Out with his live band, playing the music of The Shadows and other famous instrumentals from the surf culture of the 60’s, the sounds which came to epitomise many people’s lives and the beach lifestyle of riding waves and days in the hot summer sun.
2 October: Moira Smith A tribute to Patsy Cline
Moira J Scott was born with the wonderful gift of being able to sing and entertain, with a vast vocal range and great versatility. Moira has lived and performed in Nashville and presents a ‘true to life’ portrayal that will leave you believing you have actually seen a live performance by Patsy Cline!
6 November: Alix Jordan - A tribute to Olivia Newton John
Alix has been singing, dancing and performing around Australia for almost 20 years and now emulates the vocal tones and character of Olivia’s voice with a natural ease. Enjoy this nostalgic trip down memory-lane, celebrating all the big hits from the 70’s, 80’s, musicals and movies.
4 December: 7th Heaven Christmas
The girls return to KPAC with a Christmas flair, along with classic hits from the 40’s to 70’s. Enjoy wonderful Christmas songs from artists such as Brenda Lee, Anne Murray, Eartha Kitt and favourites The Andrews Sisters, along with their trademark harmonies and of course those gorgeous frocks!
ACTS MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.