Sweet Ade in Gippsland on Cup Day

Marion Lustig’s recorder led band, Sweet Ade, will be playing on Cup Day, Tuesday November 5 from 2 – 4.30 pm at Bass in Gippsland.

Gig details:

Bass Valley Community Centre, Bass School Rd., Bass, Entry $12.50. There will be a picnic and sausage sizzle in the park from 11.30 a.m., the op shop will be open and there will be a coffee cart on site.  There will be a break for the broadcast of the Cup.  Bass is one hour and 20 minutes’ drive from Melbourne.   Bookings: Roger Clark, P.O. Box 1084 Grantville 3984, phone 0403 025 429, or email clarkrg@primusonline.com.au

Sweet Ade is a recorder-led jazz band, “trad” but non-traditional. Inspired by the recorder playing of the late, great Australian multi-instrumentalist Ade Monsbrough, its eclectic repertoire includes early Australian jazz, ragtime and jazz standards.

 Musicians for the Cup Day gig will be: Marion Lustig (recorders), Peter Mason (clarinet, tenor and soprano saxophones, vocals, recorder), Lyn Thomas (piano), Clint Smith(banjo), Joe Kenyon (sousaphone), Richard Opat (washboard and drums), and Janet Arndt (vocals).


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