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The Searchers hitting RSL
The English beat group, The Searchers, will bring the distinctive jangle of their 12-string guitars to Rooty Hill RSL on February 28. The British musicians from Liverpool have been around since the 1960s and have a worldwide following. They will be playing all their classic hits such as Sweets for My Sweet, Needles and Pins, and When You Walk in the Room. The band will be sounding off at 8pm, with tickets $20. Details: rootyhillrsl南京夜网.au
Enjoy Chinese New Year
St Marys Band Club will be celebrating Chinese New Year with a show and buffet on February 20. Families are invited to enjoy traditional Chinese dishes including seafood. Performers will be entertaining guests with firecrackers, lion dancing, martial arts displays and visitors will receive a lucky red envelope. Tickets are $26.50/$25/$23.50 for visitors, members and seniors, doors open 5.30pm and show begins at 6.30pm. Bookings: 9623 2773.
Country star at Rooty Hill
Australian country music star Tori Darke will be launching her new album at Rooty Hill RSL on February 27. Darke has performed alongside the likes of The McClymonts and Emerson Drive, and her song Disposable reached No. 1 on iTunes. Her third record Silver Lining will be premiering in the Waratah Room, from 8pm. Tickets: $5/$12 for members and visitors. Details: rootyhillrsl南京夜网.au.
Collins presents new album
Country singer Travis Collins will appear at St Marys Sounds Centre at noon on Saturday, February 14. Collins will perform and sign copies of his new album, Wired. St Marys Sounds Centre is located 116a Queen Street. Details: 9623 2323.
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