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Davey Lane Announces ‘A Song For Everyone’ One-Off Show At The Yarra Hotel

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 2, 2013

Davey Lane has announced a very special one-off show for July, which will see the musician take to the stage at Yarra Hotel for an evening of live music, fine food and classy, classy attire as part of The City Of Yarra’s Leaps and Bounds Festival.

For his performance, Lane will be digging deep into his bag of favourites pulling out the best from Nick Lowe, The Rolling Stones, The Replacements, Big Star, Teenage Fanclub and Todd Rundgren. It will be an eclectic mix of nostalgic tunes with plenty of time for his own original jams.

Later on in the evening, Lane will be joined on stage by a special guest. No requests will be taken on the night but if you’d like for a specific track to be performed, head over to the Facebook page and submit yours there.

Tickets will include a 2 course dinner and a complimentary champagne. Ticketholders are encouraged to dress to the 9’s, and suit up for the occasion.

Davey Lane – A Song For Everyone

Wednesday, 10th July
Yarra Hotel, Abbotsford
Tix: http://www.trybooking.com/DCSM

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