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The Jimi Hendrix Experience + Unlocking the Doors

+ Steve Edmonds 70's Heroes

Prebook $20 plus BF - $25 at the Door (Unless SOLD OUT)

This is an amazing Triple Header of Classic Music that will LIFT THE ROOF

The Jimi Hendrix Experience by Steve Edmonds Band

+ Unlocking the Doors

Support - 70’s Heroes by The Steve Edmonds Band

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Experience Hendrix

The Steve Edmonds Band 'Jimi Hendrix Tribute Show' is a heartfelt tribute to the great music and imagery of Jimi Hendrix and a tribute to the great guitar songs and bands of the 70’s. Steve Edmonds is a veteran of the Australian music industry and greater guitar community. His working and recording credits include Jimmy Barnes, Delta Goodrem, Billy Thorpe, Australian Idol and Renee Geyer to name only a few.

The Steve Edmonds Band Jimi Hendrix Tribute Show is a two part blues rock experience where Steve and band will take you on a tour de force through Jimi Hendrix’s most popular tunes and tribute to Hendrix’s most famous live performances from Woodstock to Monterey Pop, featuring classic hits including Voodoo Chile, Foxy Lady, Purple Haze, Little Wing and many more favourites

Unlocking The Doors

Musical Blues based rock band based on the music and performances inspired by the dark poetry and shamanic presence of Jim Morrison and THE DOORS. A must see outfit totally dedicated in bringing to you the true sound of Jim Morrison and the powerhouse performances of the doors.

Opening Support - Steve Edmonds '70's Heroes'

A tribute to the great guitar songs and bands of the 70’s Part two is a dedication to the classic rock songs of the 70’s including songs by Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, The Doors, Thin Lizzy, Cream, ZZ Top and many more.

Doors Open 7:00pm

7:30-8:30pm - Steve Edmonds "70's Heroes"

9:00pm – 10:00pm "Jimi Hendrix Experience"

10:20pm til 11:50pm - "Unlocking the Doors"

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Friday 20th July

ExServos

Tickets: $20

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Tickets also available from ExServos Reception or by phoning (02) 4455 1444.