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M@SM presents

Pep-T - album launch
TUES 30 NOV : 7.30pm

Asian Fusion-Tapas and two live sets
6 mins north over the Sydney Harbour Bridge

https://www.stickytickets.com.au/musicatstreetmarket/events

Pep T features Nigel Date on guitar and John Maddox on bass and vocals with Tim Bradley drums.
Their knowledge of many different styles and memory for melodies is prodigious & have written & recorded an album ’Next Man Up’. 16 original songs covering many different styles and showcasing their creativity, virtuosity and great sense of fun.

John Maddox is fast becoming a legendary figure. His facility on the bass is recognised by his peers as extraordinary. Even the bass he is playing is a one off made by him.

Nigel Date is well known in jazz circles as a guitarist who appears alongside many of the working professionals all over Australia. In this band he gets to play his Stratocaster guitar - his preferred style of instrument and what he excels at.

Tim Bradley can be seen one night with a jazz band, the next an African one, playing percussion in a world music ensemble or blazing away through complicated prog rock drum technique music.

Tuesday the 30th November will be the launch into the world for this music LIVE. Come be part of some music history as this great little band enters back into the fray.

Everyone who attends will be gifted a copy of their album ‘Next Man Up’.

More at http://nigeldate.com/pep-t/

Don't miss this opportunity for an up-close & personal performance!

Venue UPSTAIRS of the StreetMarket Asian Tapas Restaurant
https://www.streetmarketasiantapas.com/what-s-on
116 Willoughby Rd Crows Nest

Covid-safe guidelines

M@SM has a 'double-Vax' policy for attendance
upon entry signing in is required
masks welcome
sanitizer available

Street Market Asian Tapas Bar & Restaurant
Bespoke tasting dishes designed by Gastronomist, Alan Liang

Recommended as home of "The Best Ribs In Sydney"
and "The Best Tapas In Sydney" by The Urban List.
Heralded as a 'sensory celebration' by Concrete Playground, and a 'free-for-all snackfest' by Time Out