RIVER HEADS ROCKS - JAM NIGHT
MUSIC IS LIFE – LIFE IS MUSIC
SATURDAY 12TH DECEMBER 5PM – 9PM
Then 3rd Saturday of month in 2021 from FEBRUARY 20TH
Get ready to enjoy yourself, whether you are a budding musician or simply enjoy listening to music, come along and enjoy an evening of musical treats from local talents at the River Heads Hall opposite the River Heads Shopping Village. Entry is by gold coin donation with all proceeds going to Just 4 Kids Childrens Charity.
The bar will be open from 5pm with reasonably priced drinks. Enjoy a BBQ dinner from 5.30pm when the kitchen cooks up a storm with gourmet burgers & chips – Rib Fillet steak $13, chicken fillet, fish or beef $10 or sausage, onion, sauce on bread for just $3.
You are all encouraged to bring your own musical instruments and microphone socks if you want to sing. Dancing shoes if you want to dance and the piano will be amplified for any hidden pianists out there.
There will be music trivia competitions in between sets. Kazoo “name that tune” competition with prize giveaways donated by Ultra Music and 2020 River Heads Rocks Tshirts.
Further details as they come to hand will be on the facebook GROUP page – search for River Heads Open Mic and there is also a Facebook Event River Heads Jam Night – numbers required for catering purposes.
This event is proudly sponsored by Ultra Music your local friendly music store, Fraser Coast Beacon your local magazine with local stories, River Heads Progress Association and River Heads Rocks. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the River Heads Progress Association for their generous support and bringing live music alive at River Heads
Our talented Musical Director, Lyle Goschnick will set the stage with his expertise as a sound engineer. Lyle has over 50 years experience in rock bands doing his first paid gig on New Years Eve in 1969. Lyle has continued to enhance his musical experience with a 12 year stint in “Rip Van Winkel” a professional band from Brisbane and he has many years of experience performing having opened for “Little River Band”.
Ganggajang, Troy Cassar Daley & Mirusia Louwerse (Australian Soprano Star) are just some of the Performers he has engineered sound for. Lyle’s experience encompasses all aspects of sound and equipment having owned a music store and sound hire business in Brisbane.
Lyle also has a long list of large events under his belt, including the Brisbane Lord Mayors Special Childrens Christmas Party at the Brisbane Convention Centre, the Moreton Bay Seafood Festival, the Stradbroke Island Festival and the famous Redlands Spring Festival with 7 stages, to name a few. Lyle has been performing at the River Heads Hall since 2007 with various bands Jake & Backroad and also in a duo with Ronnie-J.
3 songs per set and no “Stairway to Heaven” or “Smoke on the Water” as directed by our experienced Musical Director.
Grand finale performance of Roadhouse Blues “all in”
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On 10th October – Matt Phillips sang some great songs including Sweet Caroline with the audience waving their hands and everyone singing along. Richard was terrific on lead guitar, Colin played drums for 5 hours straight, (what a legend) and Ben did an amazing job on the Bass. The event was peppered with entertainment from all genres which made it interesting and enjoyable. Maryanne and Tara sung some great songs and Lyle jumped in and played guitar as well. Daveena recited some original indigenous poetry which was very good. The whole evening was terrific and everyone got into the spirit and had a go. Carola, Margaret & Billie also got up and sang a few numbers. The atmosphere was relaxed and everyone had a fabulous time. (apologies if I’ve forgotten anyone)
We have supported the charity during the past 6 years and are actively involved in the motor trails with Paul being the “Cookie Monster”. He is responsible for feeding everyone on the Motor Trail which is a big job. J4K work hard to raise funds for those less fortunate and in particular the indigenous children in remote areas. The motor trails are fun and also support this worthwhile cause. So at the next event, pick up a brochure and check it out.