From 8pm to 10pm this Saturday, May 25, The Bald Eagles will be performing at the Mount Compass War Memorial Hall.
The May instalment of the Mount Compass Supper Club, in conjunction with Alexandrina Council's Just Add Water program, will see the acclaimed The Eagles interpreters performing all their hits.
The seven-piece band shows off consummate musicianship, soaring harmonies and a wry humour all of their own.
'The Baldies' have been a sell-out success for over a decade and play not only The Eagles hits, but Steely Dan, Neil Young, The Doobies and more, too.
This collaboration of soulful rock and eloquent strings, along with powerful vocals from lead singer Alan Rosewarne, comes together to produce a true-to-life cover of the Eagles.
The show starts at 8pm and will finish around 11pm. The licensed bar opens at 7pm for pre-show drinks - no BYO allowed.
Cheese and fruit platters are available, with pre-orders advisable, and local legends will be baking cakes and pastries.
Tickets are $35, available at the Mount Compass Post Office or at www.ticketebo.com.au/mcsupperclub
Book a table by emailing email@example.com or giving your name and how many in your group at the post office.
For more information, call 0468 736 565.
James Blundell at Goolwa
Australian country musician James Blundell will be taking the stage at Fleurieu Function Centre in Goolwa this Saturday, May 25.
The infusion of his influences of John Mellencamp, The Band and The Angels, along with the storytelling ethos of Slim Dusty and his lyrical insight, sharp wit and empathy for the average working man, makes for one talented performer.
When he's not touring, he is managing his family-owned property in Stanthorpe, Queensland.
James will perform at 8.30pm, with dinner available before the show by booking through 8555 1243.
Tickets are available at www.fleurieus.com/upcoming_events and are $40 plus $3 booking fee.