TWILIGHT ON THE TRAIL with JEN MIZE and MARK SHOLTEZ - Django @ Camelot - Completed
at Django @ Camelot
Sunday, 17 March 2019 Doors 7:00 PM Show 8:00 PM + Add to calendar17/03/2019 19:0017/03/2019 20:00Australia/SydneyTWILIGHT ON THE TRAIL with JEN MIZE and MARK SHOLTEZ - Django @ CamelotTWILIGHT ON THE TRAIL with JEN MIZE and MARK SHOLTEZ - Django @ Camelot Sunday, 17 March 2019 Doors 7:00 PM Show 8:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Camelot Lounge XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address Django @ Camelot 19 Marrickville Road Marrickville NSW 2204 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/81537/twilight_on_the_trail_with_jen_mize_and_mark_sholtez__django_%40_camelot.aspxDjango @ Camelot
19 Marrickville Road
Marrickville NSW 2204
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$20 +bf pre, $25 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show
Delicious food (including pizza!) available.
Fully licensed – NO BYO
Limited table bookings for groups of 8 or more only are available – email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked.
Please book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)
Join award-winning recording artists Mark Sholtez and Jen Mize, along with their all-star band in the intimate surroundings of the Django Bar, as they pay tribute to the great cowboy crooners, including Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and Dale Evans.
From the playful to-and-fro of “Lights of Old Santa Fe”, to the unapologetically heartbreaking “Black Hills of Dakota”, Mize and Sholtez are genuinely charming, honest, and personal. Drawing from their rich and diverse musical backgrounds, they bring new life and new meaning to this timeless material.
Twilight on the Trail will lead you on a journey through the dusty canyons, in an evening of iconic cowboy songs from the golden era of American popular music.
Jen Mize grew up in a ranch house in the heart of the Mojave Desert with dreams of being a rodeo queen. A descendant of the Native American Lumbee people, for Jen the stories captured in these old cowboy songs often run parallel to her own story and her childhood experiences exploring the rugged terrain of the Sierra Nevada and the Rocky Mountains.
Sholtez however has a vastly different connection to this music. He came to know the old west through a Hollywood lens, and in the form of the singing cowboy. Ultimately, it was Sholtez’s ongoing fascination with these lonesome cowboy chronicles, underscored by a perfect Hollywood soundtrack that inspired the recording of Twilight on the Trail. The late-night call of the cowboy crooner was not all that different from the sounds emerging from the big city jazz clubs of the time, making it an ideal musical meeting place for this collaboration.