Entertaining rumours

DANCE AWAY: Fleetwood Mac tribute Rumours will be playing at McCracken Country Club for the Guitars in Bars and Umbrella Winter City Sounds festivals. Photo: Supplied.
DANCE AWAY: Fleetwood Mac tribute Rumours will be playing at McCracken Country Club for the Guitars in Bars and Umbrella Winter City Sounds festivals. Photo: Supplied.

The annual Umbrella Winter City Sounds festival is on this July, as is the Guitars in Bars festival, and McCracken Country Club is proud to be a part.

Fleetwood Mac tribute band Rumours will be performing at the McCracken venue from 8.30pm on Friday night, July 19 as part of the festivals, following a hugely successful 2019 Adelaide Fringe.

The show focuses on greatest hits plus deep album cuts from the 1975-85 Nicks/Buckingham/Mc Vie/Fleetwood lineup, with songs from the Rumours, Fleetwood Mac, Tusk, and Mirage albums and more.

Classic songs such as Rhiannon, Dreams, and Little Lies are all part of the show, as are tight three-part harmonies, two guitarists and two keyboard players, and attention to detail in sound and production.

"We have built a solid crowd base across the Fleurieu region so it will be great to come back to our second home in SA. We are really looking forward to our first show at McCracken Country Club," lead guitarist Rob Pippan said.

SA Music Hall of Fame inductee Pippan is joined by bassist Shaun Duncan, acoustic guitarist Gary Isaacs, lead vocalists Nanette Van Ruiten and Ian 'Polly' Politis, drummer Matt McNamee, and Rob Vorel on keys.

For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.umbrellaadelaide.com.au

Boogiemen at Supper Club

The Mount Compass Supper Club will host The Boogiemen for the July instalment of their program, with the legendary Steve Brown leading the band on Saturday, July 20.

Joining the vocalist for the show, which starts at 7.30pm, is Mike Hutton on guitar, Sandy Mathewson on bass guitar and Dave Lloyd on drums.

Expect a combination of blues, rock, and ballads amongst the eclectic playlist to be performed at the Mount Compass War Memorial Hall.

Tickets are $25 and are available at Mount Compass Post Office or at www.ticketebo.com.au/mcsupperclub

Book a table by emailing mcsupperclub@gmail.com giving your name and how many in your group at the post office.