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$30 +bf pre, $35 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show

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All other seating is first in best dressed.
Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)
Fully licensed – NO BYO. Delicious food (including pizza!) available. 

“I love the way you sing. You’re yourself which makes you an original singer. Your phrasing is perfection”
- Tony Bennett

Australia’s own Gregg Arthur sings The Tony Bennett Songbook, with Tim Fisher on piano, Craig Scott on bass and the one and only John Morrison on drums.

Tony Bennett has connected in unprecedented fashion with all generations of audiences with some of the most popular songs ever written. No one in popular American music has recorded for so long and at such a high level of excellence as Tony Bennett. In the last ten years alone he has sold ten million records.

Gregg Arthur aims for that same level of excellence in his work and unique approach to singing. His originality and style is praised by both critics and his peers, but most of all Gregg is the only Australian singer to be given the highest praise possible, having Tony Bennett as a fan.

“You have a fan in the way you sing, I think it’s perfect”
- Tony Bennett

"...the finest male jazz singer Australia has produced since Vince Jones"
- Eric Myers, The Weekend Australian

"Some people got it, and some people don’t. Gregg Arthur is one of the ones who does. It’s the devilish art of being a jazz singer."
- John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald

"In my opinion, he is the ultimate crooner"
- Maestro Tommy Tycho AM MBE

“As the former pianist/conductor for Frank Sinatra, I want to say that having worked with Gregg Arthur, I believe that he has all the necessary talent and vocal acuity to follow in the footsteps of Mr. Sinatra, and effectively disseminate the great music which Mr. Sinatra loved so much”
- Vincent Falcone

How Do You Keep The Music Playing
You Must Believe I Spring
It Had To Be You
Steppin’ Out With My Baby
The Good Life
The Best Is Yet To Come
I Left My Heart In San Francisco
Cheek to Cheek
Who Can I Turn To
Let’s Face The Music And Dance
The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Old Devil Moon
When Do The Bells Ring For Me
Lady Is A Tramp
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
and more…