1 Victor Rd, Bentleigh East VIC 3165

Continental Robert’s Soul Kinda Feeling Revue (2nd Show)

IT'S SO GOOD, WE'RE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE A 2ND SHOW!! If you dig soul and blues and the classic sound of the Dynamic Hepnotics then THIS IS A NIGHT NOT TO BE MISSED!! Featuring: "CONTINENTAL" ROBERT SUSZ vocals / harmonica, LACHLAN "TEENAGE JR" DOLEY organ (Sydney), JAN "BIG" BANGMA bass (Sydney), BRUCE ALLEN sax (Sydney ex Dynamic Hepnotics), PAUL WILLIAMSON sax, ANDY "CANDYMAN" REID guitar, TANYA-LEE DAVIES vocals, TRACEY MILLER vocals.

Continental Robert has just announced the Revue will be performing SMASH HITS & CULT FAVOURITES such as “Soul Kind Of Feeling”, “Hepnobeat”, Gotta Be Wrong”, “Ting A Ling”, “Funky Turban” etc …

During the summer of 1984 the Dynamic Hepnotics Soul Kinda Feeling was a song you could not ignore. It was everywhere – on radio, on TV and in clubs and pubs across the country. In fact it was the most played record on Australian radio that year and won the appropriate APRA award. Written by charismatic Hepnotics front man and singer Continental Robert Susz the song has become an Australian rock’n’soul classic and is still played regularly on radio.

Whilst the Dynamic Hepnotics disbanded in the late 80s, Continental Robert has continued to perform in bands such as The Mighty Reapers and Continental Blues Party. Now for this special one off event he has assembled an all star lineup to relive the classic songs of the Dynamic Hepnotics as well as some of his super funky soul and blues tunes from more recent years.

You can expect a very special version of Soul Kinda Feeling along with the original saxophone player from the band, Bruce Allen. Pat Powell will deliver some powerful soul as the special guest vocalist with James Valentine joining Bruce on saxes – plus an all star band.

If you dig soul and blues and the classic sound of the Dynamic Hepnotics then this a night not to be missed!

Sunday 09 December
Doors open at 4pm (Music starts 4.40pm)
Price: $30+bf (Reserved Seats), $23+bf (General Admission)
$25 at the door