Oakleigh RSL, 95-97 Drummond Street, Oakleigh Victoria 3166

Steve Lucas & The Small Fakers present “Ogdens Nut Gone Flake”

With special guests: THE SUBSTITUTES performing ‘The Rolling Stones - England’s Newest Hit Makers’ (The Rolling Stones 1st album, 1964 - US Version). A SHOW NOT TO BE MISSED

Steve Lucas & The Small Fakers present “Ogdens Nut Gone Flake”: The SMALL FACES sensational psychedelic concept album will be performed in track order by Steve Lucas and Band, complete with original narration. The band comprises: Steve Lucas (ex X) – vocals/guitars, Ryan McKay – bass/vocals, Venom (Electric Mary) – drums, Peter Summers – keyboards/vocals. Steve Lucas is the legendary singer/guitarist of seminal Sydney punk band X who set a benchmark for Australian punk during a 35+ year stormy and erratic career that included the release of 7 albums. He is also a lover of the Small Faces and the driving force behind this project.

“The Rolling Stones – England’s Newest Hit Makers” (1964)
This is the highly successful but raw and gritty debut album from the Rolling Stones and with be performed in track order by The Substitutes featuring Robert Price. The band comprises: Dennis Millar (ex Buster Brown) – vocals/guitar, Robert Price (ex Rattling Sabres) – vocals/blues harp, Paul Gadsby (ex Paul Kelly & the Dots) – bass, Peter Reed (ex New Dream) – drums, Peter Summers (ex Strange Idols) – guitar/keyboards

The Substitutes are generally agreed to be Melbourne’s foremost ‘60s band. They have been playing for over 6 years and have a passion and dedication to present this music with the shock and awe that it initially inspired. They will be joined by Robert Price, one of Melbourne’s finest blues harp players and a remarkable singer in his own right.

Saturday 23 March
Doors open at 8pm (Show starts 8.40pm)
Price: Reserved Seats- $27+bf, General Admission- $20+bf
$22 at the door