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Thursday, 13 February 2020 Doors 7:00 PM Show 8:00 PM (AUS Eastern Daylight Time) + Add to calendar13/02/2020 19:0013/02/2020 20:00Australia/SydneyDAVE WARNER’S FROM THE SUBURBS + NICOLE - Django @ CamelotDAVE WARNER’S FROM THE SUBURBS + NICOLE - Django @ Camelot Thursday, 13 February 2020 Doors 7:00 PM Show 8:00 PM (AUS Eastern Daylight Time) Organiser Camelot Lounge 0295503777 Address Django @ Camelot 103 Railway Parade Marrickville Inner West Council 2204 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/hnm7a/dave_warners_from_the_suburbs__nicole__django_%40_camelot.aspxDjango @ Camelot
103 Railway Parade
Marrickville Inner West Council 2204
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Nicole Warner has many times sung back-up for husband, Dave “Suburban Boy” Warner, and has several times opened the show with a few numbers of her own but for this show she will be sharing the bill. The gig marks the release of her second single `Forever and a Day’ the title track of her debut album due out end of March.
`Forever and a Day is a perfect Valentine’s, engagement or wedding song,’ said Nicole. `It is a very romantic declaration that says, “I know everything won’t be perfect but I will be there for you no matter what”. Dave and Martin Cilia wrote the song years ago and I’ve always loved it to bits and thought it should be a hit.’
Even though his own material can be anarchic and in-your-face, the thirteen songs Dave and collaborator Martin wrote for Nicole’s album are mainly country and country-pop.
`I’m the once angry-young-man who is now the cranky-old-B. It’s a natural progression,’ says Dave with a twinkle in his eye. `I love performing but I also love writing books and other stories so I don’t have time to play live that often. Nicole is a terrific singer and performer and by now I know which style of songs suit her best.’
The Suburbs set will feature some classics plus a fair bit of spoken word.
`Poetry and the spoken word monologues work well in the intimate space of the Django, but don’t worry if you’re a har-core Suburbs fan, Girls Wank and many other rock tracks will be on the set-list too,’
Dave and Nicole will also perform a couple of duets in Nicole’s set.
`Hopefully we’ll be channelling Lee Hazelwood and Nancy Sinatra,’ said Nicole, `but hey, if it turns out more like Sonny and Cher, that’ll still be fun.’
Martin Cilia, Bill Beare, Janette Buckingham and Lloyd Gyi will be in the Nicole band, with Tony Durant joining for Dave’s set.
`Bob Dylan once said Dave was his favourite Australian songwriter,’ says Nicole. ` So if he’s any sort of judge, people should really love the album.’
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