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14-Feb-2015
Stonegrill Valentine's Special
 
Saturday 14th February
Stonegrill Valentine's Special 

Dine in Stonegrill on Valentines & get your first glass of wine FREE!

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20-Feb-2015
Lest We Forget


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Friday 20th February
From 8:00pm
Live & FREE in the Anzac Lounge
Margaret Denis entertains 'the troops' with timeless hits from the war years.

Songs featured include:
White Cliffs of Dover
We'll Meet Again
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
In The Mood
Nursie
Somewhere in France
Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major
Ziegfried Line
Lili Marlene
It's A Long Way To Tipperary
Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Kit Bag And Smile, Smile, Smile
They're Either Too Young or Too Old
Left Right Out Of Your Heart
Al Jolson Medley
What A Wonderful World
















   

01-Mar-2015
Rock n Roll Festival
  

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Thursday 26th February to Sunday 1st March
FREE in the Anzac Lounge
The Rock n Roll Festival is back at ClubMulwala in 2015
You can enjoy:
Rock n Roll Dance Workshops
Merchandise Stalls
Prizes for 'Best Dressed Dancers'


You find something for everyone
Click here to download our festival flyer
















  
Gedupandans
Thursday 26th February
From 6:30pm
It's exactly what you will want to do... GET UP AND DANCE!!
















  
  
Joe Galea Band
Friday 27th February
From 8:00pm
Joe formed several bands over the years, each one building up a faithful following - the most successful being “Cross The Border” working solidly every week for almost 10 years, but none have come even close to the present line up of talented musicians that Joe has with him in “The Joe Galea Band”.

Since Joe formed his own band they have been in constant demand at many venues in and around Melbourne as well as earning a reputation at Music Festivals as being “The Highlight of the Festival”.

Nicknamed “The Nightingale on Steroids!” by one of the photographers at the 
Wangaratta Festival, Joe continues to win audiences where ever he plays. He has the ability to reach out to every last person in the audience and take them on a musical experience that pleases and satisfies everyone! 

The Mornington Festival and the Wangaratta Festival were reminiscent of the children’s story - The Three Little Pigs, I’m sure you all remember, the music starts and then everyone is on the floor, and the house is jumpin! 

I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t seen it! Apart from Joe’s vocals, you also have the fantastic wailing solos from the Sax, or the smooth bluesy tones from the piano/organ. Along with the excellent slide/lead guitar, bass and drums you have - “The Joe Galea Band”





















  
DJ Jeff
Friday 27th February, Saturday 28th
vFebruary & Sunday 1st March
Jeff, the longest serving DJ in the Melbourne Rock n Roll dance scene, has been doing his thing at Rock n Roll dances from Bacchus Marsh, Sunshine, Williamstown and Epping across to The Sandbelt (South Side Six) with Stan Rofe, Mordy Rock, the South Eastern Rock’n’Roll Club and many other dances and venues. The Dandenong Workers Club has rocked to his music every second Sunday evening for the last nine years. 



























  
Rockin Daddys
Saturday 28th February
From 8:00pm
50s style Rock’n’Roll peppered with some not so 50’s tunes, but all hand picked to dance to. The Rockin Daddys never fail to please a crowd with their great sound and commitment to keeping the dance floor full. The band members have pretty good resumes with the Atomic Hi-Tones, Dirty Boogie Band, the Speedsters and Slap’n’the Cats factoring into what they each all have long histories also doing.
 





















  
The Two of Us
Sunday 1st March
From 12:00pm
Specialising in Rock n Roll & Country classics!
Steve & Allan have been performing around Vicotira for almost 6 years as a very popular Big Band sound duo. They have been performing at venues such as Ararat RSL, Horsham RSL, Geelong RSL, Echuca Workers & Services Club, Rich River Golf Club, Moamo Bowling Cluband many others!



















   

03-May-2015
Country Music Festival
  

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Thursday 30th April to Sunday 3rd May
FREE in the Anzac Lounge
The Country Music Festival is going to bigger and better in 2015 at ClubMulwala
You can enjoy:

You find something for everyone
Click here to download our festival flyer

More information will be posted here soon!
















  
Anthony Tenace
Thursday 30th April
From 6:30pm
Relax and enjoy the evening with Anthony Tenace 

















  
Troy Cassar Daley
Friday 1st May
From 8:00pm
Members $33  |  Non-Members $35  |  U18 $15
Troy Cassar-Daley is at the top of the Australian Country Music scene. He has a reputation amongst his peers in the Australian music industry as being the most loved and respected singer/songwriters in country music. This is reflected on a mainstream level by the many industry awarded accolades for his work as a successful recording artist.

Troy’s career has spanned 8 studio albums over 20 years. His latest album HOME, released in March 2012 debuted on the official ARIA album chart at #9 and the National ARIA Country album chart at #1. The album won the Deadly for Album Of The Year in 2012 and 4 Golden Guitars, including Male Artist of the Year and Album of the Year at the 2013 CMAA Music Awards.

Throughout this time he has been awarded numerous accolades including 4 ARIA’s, 25 Golden Guitars, 2 APRA Country Song of the year awards, 8 Deadlys (Australian Indigenous artist awards), 4 CMAA Entertainer of the Year awards.





















  
DJ Jeff
Friday 1st May, Saturday 2nd 
May & Sunday 3rd May
Jeff, the longest serving DJ in the Melbourne Rock n Roll dance scene, 
has been doing his thing at Rock n Roll dances from Bacchus Marsh, 
Sunshine, Williamstown and Epping across to The Sandbelt (South 
Side Six) with Stan Rofe, Mordy Rock, the South Eastern Rock’n’Roll 
Club and many other dances and venues. The Dandenong Workers 
Club has rocked to his music every second Sunday evening for the last 
nine years. 























  
Aleyce Simmonds
Saturday 2nd May
From 5:00pm
Simmonds is no stranger to country music audiences. A 4 times Golden Guitar nominee, she rose to prominence in 2005 after winning the Telstra Road to Tamworth competition. Since then she has delivered no.1 singles, hit videos and toured extensively with artists from all ends of the country music spectrum. Hers has been an old-school country music journey – complete with successes and failures, broken hearts and even physical adversity. 




















  
James Blundell
Saturday 2nd May
From 9:00pm
In late March 2012 James Blundell was announced as the inaugural inductee into the Country Music Channel (CMC) Hall of Fame by long time friend, one time band member and 2008 Australian of The Year Lee Kernaghan. The induction also included tributes from country stars Catherine Britt and Travis Collins whose renditions of classic Blundell songs further reinforced his influence on a generation of Australian performers.

Acknowledged by many as the act single-handedly responsible for turning a younger demographic of Australians onto country music James combined the story-telling ethos of country icon Slim Dusty with a more rock orientated approach influenced by his love of acts such as John Mellencamp, The Band and The Angels. He was the first young Australian country artist to create an impact on the pop charts and for many years was the nation’s highest selling country artist. James was also the first Australian country act to sign a major label recording deal in Nashville paving the way for the likes of Keith Urban, Kasey Chambers and others. In addition to his own success he has penned hits for Lee Kernaghan, Slim Dusty and Jimmy Little. James has been the recipient of numerous CMAA Awards, double platinum, platinum and gold sales awards and is a 5-time ARIA (Australian Record Industry Association) Award nominee with one win to his name.





























  
The Neilly Rich Duo
Sunday 3rd May
From 12:00pm
The chemistry between this hot Trans-Tasman Country Duo is sure to set the stage on fire. Matthew McNeilly and Amelia Richards are two of the young guns in their respective homelands in country music and now have decided to form a duo which will bring their love of traditional and contemporary country music from both countries to their audience. Matthew hails from Blenheim in New Zealand. He plays drums, bass, acoustic and electric guitar, ukulele and dabbles on piano. Amelia was born in Kempsey NSW, plays Guitar, Mandolin and dabbles in Bass and Piano. Amelia  is currently completing her final year of a Bachelor of Music Degree and together, they are accomplished musicians, vocal and music teachers.















  
Willy Sharp
From Buckles n' Laces Bootscooters
Enjoy Line dancing demonstrations & workshops through out the weeknd.



















   

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