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VENUE 505 @ 280 Cleveland St Surry Hills (Corner of Cleveland and Perry St)

Doors open at 6pm Monday to Saturday

All performances start approximately 8.30pm unless otherwise indicated

505 does NOT take table reservations

We run pre-sales for some events so please check the listing. Pre-sale tickets are unreserved seating. Pre-sales close at 4pm please note there are also a limited amount of tickets available at the door to each performance. Please note we do not refund or exchange tickets.

For non-ticketed events simply come on the night, doors open at  6pm Monday-Saturday tickets available at the bar from 6pm

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Venue Info

We thank the team at KAWAI for their ongoing support and our beautiful piano!

JANUARY 2015

Monday 19 January - 505 Jazz Jam and Games Night Free Entry

Tuesday 20 January - Old School Funk & Groove Night Free Entry

Wednesday 21 January - Lucky Oceans  BOOK TIX

Thursday 22 January - Julia Henning BOOK TIX

Friday 23 January - Professor Groove and the Booty Affair BOOK TIX

Saturday 24 January - Emma Pask BOOK TIX

Monday 26 January - AUSTRALIA DAY

Tuesday 27 January - Old School Funk & Groove Night Free Entry

Wednesday 28 January - Greg Coffin Trio BOOK TIX

Thursday 29 January - Abuka BOOK TIX

Friday 30 January - Feel Good Friday Jazz Session Free Entry

Saturday 31 January - Kriola Collective with Miriam Waks (NYC) BOOK TIX

 

Monday 19 January - 505 Jazz Jam and Games Night

Free Entry

 

Monday is our weekly Jazz Jam Session with great local players and special guests. Roll that into our games night and it’s a fun and easy way to while away your Monday.


Tuesday 20 January - Old School Funk & Groove Night

Free Entry

 

 

Now in it’s third year this night has become a landmark on the Sydney scene. Known for being an all star jam with special guests (announced and unannounced) strolling through the 505 every Tuesday night to play ‘The Funk’. A true party atmosphere for those with nothing better to do on a Tuesday night. FREE ENTRY


Wednesday 21 January - Lucky Oceans

$15 BOOK TIX

 

Double Grammy Award-winning Lucky Oceans returns to Sydney and 505 after 2½ years absence with the same fine band – Bruce Reid on guitar, Gary Daley on piano and accordion, Hamish Stuart on drums and Brett Hirst on double bass to play pieces custom designed to take the pedal steel guitar in new directions from his ‘Secret Steel’ album.  And this time he’ll be bringing his specially designed monster double neck instrument – a Williams with 20 strings, 10 floor pedals and 10 knee levers.

Thursday 22 January - Julia Henning

$20 BOOK TIX

 

Fresh from storming to victory in the publicly voted Favourite Artist and Favourite Song gongs at the Fowlers Live Awards, Julia Henning has released her newest single, ‘Drifter’

Julia Henning’s voice is at the same time pure and powerful. Her lyrics resonate with the listener encouraging them to reflect on life. A soul stirring tapestry of real life conflicts and emotions. Featuring tender ballads and epic rock anthems, ‘Fledgling’ is unique in its ability to defy genre stereotypes. Julia explains her newest single best:

“Drifter is a piece of advice for anyone post break-up. It speaks of picking yourself up, brushing off the dirt and carrying on”.

 

Crowd-funded by her fans through Pozible.com and recorded with Govinda Doyle (Angus & Julia Stone),

Friday 23 January - Professor Groove and the Booty Affair

$20 BOOK TIX

 

 

Professor Groove & The Booty Affair are specialists in Lowdown Streetfunk, Disco and Electro Boogie House Grooves.

“Let me be short and to the point. I BE the funk.”

(Professor Groove)

They’ve got the experience. They’ve got the skillz. They bring the heat.

Professor Groove and The Booty Affair are a phenomenon of the Sydney live music scene, rocking the party year after year, a never-ending marathon of freakfunk.

Old school, nu school, whatever school - the Professor is always IN CHARGE of the class.

Revered for their intensely energetic performances, for their unique sound that is steeped in warm 70’s funk yet sits comfortably on pumping disco-tech dancefloors.

They work the floor live like a DJ, spinning seamlessly from track to track, a sound that combines Prince, P-Funk, Grandmaster Flash, James Brown and The Chemical Brothers with the unique Philosophunk of 'The Professor'


Utilising a core collection of Sydney’s finest musicians Terepai Richmond (drums), Josh Beagley (guitar/synths), Michael di Francesco (bass),

 

Saturday 24 January - Emma Pask

$30/$25 BOOK TIX

 

Returning to 505 is one of our favourite ladies of song "Emma Pask"

Emma and her swinging trio have been wowing audiences throughout Australia and Overseas for over a decade.

Her talent was first spotted by Multi Instrumentalist James Morrison who says

"Whilst its fashionable to be a Jazz Singer these days .. Emma Pask is the REAL THING"

More recently Emma appeared in series 2 of the TV show "The Voice" Australia.

Her Coach, Ricky Martin, was so impressed with Emma's vocal ability, after she performed

'Mas Que Nada' in both English and Portuguese- he announced to the world that he would like to invite Emma to record with him on his upcoming Brazilian Album.  He believes her voice needs to be heard all around the world.

With so many wonderful things on the horizon for this Jazz Songstress don't hesitate to book your tickets to this gig.

Carl Dewhurst - Guitar

Phil Stack - Bass

Tim Firth - Drums

Monday 26 January - AUSTRALIA DAY


Tuesday 27 January - Old School Funk & Groove Night

Free Entry

 

 

Now in it’s third year this night has become a landmark on the Sydney scene. Known for being an all star jam with special guests (announced and unannounced) strolling through the 505 every Tuesday night to play ‘The Funk’. A true party atmosphere for those with nothing better to do on a Tuesday night. FREE ENTRY


Wednesday 28 January - Greg Coffin Trio

$15/$10 BOOK TIX

 

Exquisite contemporary Jazz pianist Greg Coffin and his trio have made a name for themselves creating sublime original music for the last decade. One of the most distinctive sounds on the scene today, Greg is held in high regard by his peers and these nights are always a favourite at the club

Greg Coffin - Piano

Cameron Undy - Bass

Nic Cecire - Drums

Thursday 29 January - Abuka

$15/$10 BOOK TIX

 

 

Brazilian soul-jazz project Abuka is known for its consistent rhythms and corrupted beats.

Blending sounds of distant places, from the deep roots of Brazil’s kaleidoscopic regional rhythms to the cosmopolitan inner city jazz, Abuka leads the public to an exquisite and compelling rhythmic journey.

Friday 30 January - Feel Good Friday Jazz Session

Free Entry

 

 

Occasionally on a Friday night we throw a party to show you all what being a Jazz bar is about. Great Jazz music, a warm and relaxed atmosphere, a comprehensive bar menu and an uber tasty and affordable food offering.

So come down and check it out with a smoking live band and old vinyl records playing all night. And it’s free entry!

Karl Laskowski - Saxophone

Greg Coffin - Piano

Cameron Undy - Bass

Andrew Gander - Drums

Saturday 31 January - Kriola Collective with Miriam Waks (NYC)

$20 http://www.trybooking.com/GQAW

 

Continue the Sydney Festival Brazilian summer with some Samba Funk grooves at 505.

A unique 10 piece band, 'Kriola Collective' features some of Sydney's best musicians playing a snapshot of the 1970's Black Rio Samba, Soul and Funk movement in Brazil. The band's repertoire includes a classic mix of groovy Brazilian beats, Funk, Soul, Samba and Bossa Jazz, from the Carnival capitol of Rio.

Stemming from the well known 'I like it like that Orchestra', 'Kriola Collective' will conquer the dance floor with an explosive set of Brazilian infused Soul, Funk and brassy Samba from well known Brazilian artists such as Jorge Ben, Seu Jorge, Banda Black Rio, Tim Maia, Di Melo, Bebeto and Joao Donato.

Special guests for the night will be percussionist Giorgio Rojas and vocalist Miriam Waks.

The Black Rio movement began in the late '60s and ‘70s; the funk and soul music of James Brown, Aretha Franklin, and many other African American superstars sparked a cultural awakening of black pride around the world. In Brazil that awakening expressed itself in the music of young people of colour from Rio to São Paulo, who ‘Brazilianised’ those North American styles into their own groove thang. The result was a musical movement called Samba Soul. The genre emphasized snappy backbeats, deep and funky bass lines, and jazz horn sections with tinges of salsa and home-grown samba.

James Brown was an inspirational figure for young black Brazilians and his sound sowed the seeds for the Brazilian style ‘Baile Funk’. Along with soul music, ‘traditional’ funk was picked up and taken to the hearts of kids in the major cities of Brazil in the 1970s as an entirely new and thrilling sound inaccessible via the predominantly white, middle class-controlled media.

 

FEBRUARY 2015

Monday 2 February - 505 Jazz Jam & Games Night Free Entry

Tuesday 3 February - Old School Funk and Groove Night Free Entry

Wednesday 4 February - The 10 Guitar Project + The NOISe BOOK TIX

Thursday 5 February - Casey Golden Trio ‘OUTLIERS’ CD Launch BOOK TIX

Friday 6 February - Keyim Ba BOOK TIX

Saturday 7 February - Wes Carr 'Here Comes The Sun' BOOK TIX

Monday 9 February - 505 Jazz Jam & Games Night Free Entry

Tuesday 10 February - Old School Funk and Groove Night Free Entry

Wednesday 11 February - TBC

Thursday 12 February - Johnny Nicol BOOK TIX

Friday 13 February - Feel Good Friday Jazz Session Free Entry

Saturday 14 February - Lionel Cole ‘Valentines Day Special’ BOOK TIX

Monday 16 February - 505 Jazz Jam & Games Night Free Entry

Tuesday 17 February - Old School Funk and Groove Night Free Entry

Wednesday 18 February - Slowpoke Rodriguez BOOK TIX

Thursday 19 February - Nick Kingswell and Alex Gibson BOOK TIX

Friday 20 February -  ROOTS OF THE BARRIO – the Drums meet Latin Soul BOOK TIX

Saturday 21 February - TUOMO (Finland) BOOK TIX

Monday 23 February - 505 Jazz Jam & Games Night Free Entry

Tuesday 24 February - Old School Funk and Groove Night Free Entry

Wednesday 25 February - Tony Buck plus Showa 44 BOOK TIX

Thursday 26 February - 20th Century Dog BOOK TIX

Friday 27 February - Uncle Jed BOOK TIX

Saturday 28 February - To Be Announced

 

Monday 2 February - 505 Jazz Jam & Games Night

Free Entry

 

 

Monday is our weekly Jazz Jam Session with great local players and special guests. Roll that into our games night and it’s a fun and easy way to while away your Monday.

Tuesday 3 February - Old School Funk and Groove Night

Free Entry

 

 

Playing the tunes that shaped modern Funk, Jazz and Soul music. A fast favourite at the club the Old School sessions have a party atmosphere and attract exciting local and touring musicians and DJ’s to the 505.

Wednesday 4 February - The 10 Guitar Project + The NOISe

$15/$10 BOOK TIX

 

 

A night of daring new music from the cutting edge musicians that lurk in our city

"Sydney’s finest and only guitar dectet”* featuring the "largest cast of notable Sydney guitarists seen in one place at one time"** perform the music of David Reaston.

"shrewd arranging and an impeccably collegial spirit” - SMH, 2010

“The orchestration of the leader David Reaston encompasses moments of metal chaos, lucid telepathy and fluid swing” - Limelight Magazine, 2010

“A perfect act for festivals.” - SMH 2010

David Reaston (compositions, g); Aaron Flower (g); Carl Morgan (g); David de Vries (g); Jeremy Sawkins (g); Jess Green (g); Julian Curwin (g); Sam Rollings (g); Tim Rollinson (g); Jono Holmes (g); Jamie Cameron (drums).

*  Limelight Magazine, 2010

** SMH, 2008.

http://10guitarproject.com


The NOISe

The formidable electronic string duo featuring cellist, Ollie Miller and violist, James Eccles.

“hypnotic, distinctive, iridescent, visceral” - SMH

"They share an aesthetic that free improvisation may dare to be melodic, evocative, starkly beautiful ... and cohere with sometimes uncanny precision” - SMH, 2012

http://thenoise.com.au

Thursday 5 February - Casey Golden Trio ‘OUTLIERS’ CD Launch

$15/$10 BOOK TIX

 

 

After five years of working closely as a trio, 'Outliers' represents the first true artistic statement on record from these three young musicians.

‘We’re really proud of the new record because more than anything else, it shows our connection as a band. I think the relationship and trust that we’ve built over the last five years comes across in the music and it’s great to finally have an accurate document of a band that we’ve put so much time and effort into’

Casey Golden Trio will be on stage at 8.30pm followed by a party/hang/jam provided by some great Sydney musicians. So come down for some brand new original music and stick around for a drink with us afterwards.

Casey Golden - piano

Bill Williams - bass

Ed Rodrigues - drums

“This feels like the strongest release to date for the Casey Golden Trio. The detailed music seems to move effortlessly and musically between composition and improvisation without one element drawing focus. This band is establishing a strong, compelling and recognisable voice.” Alister Spence on 'Outliers'

“Here’s a band that plays music of utter seriousness and the achievement shows, proud but never conceited. This is art as it’s made in modern Australia: unpretentious but skilled, informed and deeply serious.” Canberra Jazz Blog

Friday 6 February - Keyim Ba

$20 BOOK TIX

 

“Keyim Ba is sensational…an Afro-Australian treasure.”

-Lloyd Bradford Syke

With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor.

"....an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangoura’s West African background..."

- Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat

Saturday 7 February - Wes Carr 'Here Comes The Sun'

$20 BOOK TIX

 


‘Here Comes The Sun’ showcases much loved Australian singer songwriter Wes Carr interpreting George Harrison’s songbook – taking on such chart topping classics as ‘My Sweet Lord’ and ‘What is Life’, and The Beatles classic ’Something’, a song which Frank Sinatra deemed 'the greatest love song ever written’.

‘Here Comes The Sun’ will see Wes share intimate tales and anecdotes from George Harrison himself, not only showcasing the depth of George’s music but looking ‘within and without’ on a spiritual journey, recounting conversations George started many years ago.  Storytelling is what Wes does best, and this is a truly unique story, celebrating the essence of an incredible artist from a musician’s perspective.

Monday 9 February - 505 Jazz Jam & Games Night

Free Entry

 

 

Monday is our weekly Jazz Jam Session with great local players and special guests. Roll that into our games night and it’s a fun and easy way to while away your Monday.

Tuesday 10 February - Old School Funk and Groove Night

Free Entry

 

 

Playing the tunes that shaped modern Funk, Jazz and Soul music. A fast favourite at the club the Old School sessions have a party atmosphere and attract exciting local and touring musicians and DJ’s to the 505.

Wednesday 11 February - TBC

Thursday 12 February - Johnny Nicol with The Judy Bailey Trio

$20 BOOK TIX

 

 

Johnny and Judy were house hold names here in Australia for a few decades back when your Ma and Pa use to go out dancing and drinking and painting the town. In the days when Jazz was a party sound that brought people out to meet friends and let there hair down on a weekend. They have travelled the globe entertaining and performing at the highest level and though maybe not house hold names anymore, take it from us, they are as ‘bad’ as they ever were. It’s true that great musicians just get greater with age like a perfectly bottled wine or whiskey. Come hear these remarkable performers with a sensational rhythm team backing for a night of fabulous song.

Friday 13 February - Feel Good Friday Jazz Session

Free Entry

 

 

Occasionally on a Friday night we throw a party to show you all what being a Jazz bar is about. Great Jazz music, a warm and relaxed atmosphere, a comprehensive bar menu and an uber tasty and affordable food offering.

So come down and check it out with a smoking live band and old vinyl records playing all night. And it’s free entry!

Matt Ottignon - Saxophone

Greg Coffin - Piano

Cameron Undy - Bass

Tim Firth - Drums

Saturday 14 February - Lionel Cole ‘Valentines Day Special’

$20 BOOK TIX

 

 

A night of Jazz for lovers in the hands of a true maestro.

Lionel Cole's lifelong involvement with the music industry is characterized by innovation, passion, and diversity. Starting out as a gigging piano bar player in Chicago to later working composing for Hollywood feature films and collaborations with artists ranging from Mariah Carey to Robert Downey Jnr, Joss Stone and Rickie Lee Jones. And most recently Lionel's creativity has been focused in work with longtime writing partner and Grammy award winner, Randy Jackson.

Born to a name synonymous with breaking down a variety of barriers, Lionel has carried on the family tradition and made inroads of his own. Uncle Nat King Cole obliterated the colour line, cousin Natalie defines pop longevity, and Grammy nominated father Freddy proves one is never too old to be an overnight success.

Lionel has always figured it's the music that does the work. It's the music that changes hearts, opens minds and makes us feel. Lionel Cole believes in music that moves the listener to feel. He does whatever is conceivable to that end. For him that's what music is about. This is what Lionel is about.

Monday 16 February - 505 Jazz Jam & Games Night

Free Entry

 

 

Monday is our weekly Jazz Jam Session with great local players and special guests. Roll that into our games night and it’s a fun and easy way to while away your Monday.

Tuesday 17 February - Old School Funk and Groove Night

Free Entry

 

 

Playing the tunes that shaped modern Funk, Jazz and Soul music. A fast favourite at the club the Old School sessions have a party atmosphere and attract exciting local and touring musicians and DJ’s to the 505.

Wednesday 18 February - Slowpoke Rodriguez

$15/$10 BOOK TIX

 

 

Slowpoke Rodriguez is a unique line up that play a mix of styles unlike any other. The music takes you on a journey to a global village nirvana where the soundtrack is as ideal as the location.

With several band members touring regularly Slowpoke Rodriguez make a rare return once more to 505.

With splashes of influence from Bill Frisell, Menahan Street Band, Jonathan Zwartz and even Los Lobos, the band explores the compositions of bass player Pat Harris as embraced by an all-star band of local Sydney musicians, featuring members of Watussi, Hi-Tops Brass Band, Dereb the Ambassador and The Strides.

To hear the band for yourself, go to slowpokerodriguez.bandcamp.com

Ken Allars - Trumpet

Sandro Bueno - Percussion

Ross Ferraro - Drums

Pat Harris - Bass

Peter Koopman - Guitar

Daniel Pliner - Piano

Thursday 19 February - Nick Kingswell and Alex Gibson

 

$10 BOOK TIX

 


Nick Kingswell has been accused of being a musical chameleon. He got his start by releasing a Country single in 2006, before leaving that all behind to play guitar for some of Australia’s biggest artists, including touring Australia, Europe, UK, China and New Zealand with Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy and the McClymonts.

After 7 years of touring Kingswell left to focus on his own writing. After a hefty cull, he decided on a final 11. Recording in March 2014 at Linear Studios in Sydney, he released “Over Easy” in June  and within its first week it reached the #8 position on iTunes Singer/Songwriter Charts. With a new album in hand, Nick made the move to London where he spent 6 months touring the UK and Europe playing at festivals, bars, busking the streets, performing at showcases and even on a Double Decker Bus! With London’s summer waning, Kingswell is again on the move broadening his horizons having just landed in sunny Los Angeles. His album has found its way onto college radio and has charted on over 36 CMJ stations to date!

Alex Gibson has rightly earned the reputation as one of Australia’s hardest working, most talented musical artists.

Alex has established a loyal fan base who have embraced his unique vocals and style which he describes as “mix between Folk, Soul, Blues, Jazz and Rock”. He cites Paul Simon, Steve Wonder and The Beatles among his musical influences.

Friday 20 February -  ROOTS OF THE BARRIO – the Drums meet Latin Soul

$20 BOOK TIX

 

For the first time at 505, a one off celebration of the Latin Barrio in New York with two amazing bands, percussion group ‘Roots’ and 10 piece all star band  ‘Barrio Soul’.

'Roots' is a percussion group consisting of three talented musicians performing original compositions based upon the traditions of Latin American folkloric drumming. Featuring Giorgio Rojas, Ahyko Akriff, and Vincent Sebastian, along with special guests, the show will traverse the many differing colours of beautiful Latin American rhythm while presenting them in an original and explosive form. Raw, energetic, and intricate, the performance will conjure the dancer in everybody.

10 piece all star band ‘Barrio Soul’ will take you back to the barrios of New York for some smooth Soul, funky Latin and groovy Disco celebrating 1960s and 70s Latin Soul, Disco and Boogaloo. This is where Soul and Disco meets Cuban Mambo.

With music from artists such as Mongo Santamaria, Joe Bataan, Joe Cuba, Tito Puente and Pete Rodriguez this funky 10 piece band will set the dance floor alight with some serious Soul, Latin and Disco grooves.

Latin Soul, Boogaloo and Latinised R&B developed in the 1960s in New York and grew out of Latinos expanding the reach of their music beyond the local Latin community and into the wider mainstream American society. Latin soul was a fusion of popular African American R&B and Soul, with Mambo and Cuban Son Montuno, placing a heavy emphasis on its Afro-Cuban rhythms and with songs sung in English. The Latin Soul movement had a great influence on the growing Salsa scene which dominated the New York Latin music scene in the 1970s.

Saturday 21 February - TUOMO

$25/$20 BOOK TIX

 

 

505 is very exceed to present this brilliant duo from Finland

TUOMO Prättälä, toured Australia twice as the pianist with the Ilmiliekki Jazz Quartet. TUOMO is a formidable soul-singer/key-boardist from Finland. On this tour he is performing in duo with his colleague Feliz Zenger - www.felixzenger.com - fabulous beatboxer (Sydney Festival 2009) presenting Tuomo's latest project: 'The New Mystique' in a keyboard-vocal electro-sampled production.

“His songwriting is pure, filled with a blues man's self-recriminations and the comedian's self-effacement. He has a storyteller's gift for painting pictures. - In his generosity, Tuomo -- has demonstrated the true definition of soul.” - (L. Michael Gipson, Soultracks)

TUOMO - Finland - 'The New Mystique' - Soul/Pop-Jazz vocalist-keyboardist Tuomo Prättälä in Duo with beatboxer Felix Zenger - www.felixzenger.com - (Sydney Festival 2009) presenting Tuomo's latest keyboard-vocal electro-sampled project - www.tuomomusic.com - www.felixzenger.com

"As a whole, ‘The New Mystique’ is an exquisite modern soul album. Intellectual, moodful and danceable"
Helsinki Sanomat/NYT

My Own Private Sunday - YouTube

Warzone live @ Lastu - YouTube

 

Art goes Kapakka - YouTube

Monday 23 February - 505 Jazz Jam & Games Night

Free Entry

 

 

Monday is our weekly Jazz Jam Session with great local players and special guests. Roll that into our games night and it’s a fun and easy way to while away your Monday.

Tuesday 24 February - Old School Funk and Groove Night

Free Entry

 

 

Playing the tunes that shaped modern Funk, Jazz and Soul music. A fast favourite at the club the Old School sessions have a party atmosphere and attract exciting local and touring musicians and DJ’s to the 505.

Wednesday 25 February - Tony Buck and Meredith Maloney plus Showa 44

$20/$15 BOOK TIX

 

TONY BUCK

Tony is regarded as one of Australia's most creative and adventurous exports, with

vast experience across the globe. He has been involved in a highly diverse array of

projects but is probably best known around the world as a founding and key member of  musical democracy ‘The Necks’.

"It is one of the widest and deepest adventures into the sonic heart of the piano, including its entire cardiovascular system attached to it (...) It is so powerful that it's captivating."

Stef Gijssels

About the Duo

“...these two were in perfect balance throughout. Tightly intertwined at the level of both the sonic material they pursued and the rhythmic pointillism with which they went about their journey, they stunned me into wide-eyed, open-mouthed attention.“ By Andrew Choate facsimilemagazine 2007

SHOWA 44

One of the most exciting and genuinely avant-garde music groups to have emerged in the last decade. it’s been a while since guitarist, Carl Dewhurst and drummer, Simon Barker have appeared in this formation and we are expecting wild things from this powerful and evocative duo

Thursday 26 February - 20th Century Dog

$15/$10 BOOK TIX

 

‘The Dog’ are back with there Jazzified Afro and Broke Beat Funk. There studio album ‘Mad Stream’ was described as “Something approaching improvised perfection.” (SMH) Live there is something even more expansive and energetic about this band. This rare blend of odd time danceable grooves and singable melodies is infectious.

check it out here https://soundcloud.com/cameron-undy

Friday 27 February - Uncle Jed

$25 or pre book $20 + B.F. BOOK TIX

 

 

Uncle Jed are embarking on some very special farewell shows in February 2015.

After the high of winning Australia's Got Talent in 2013 and a run of sell-out shows it's time to close the chapter on Uncle Jed.

Don't miss out on saying goodbye & hearing your favourite Uncle Jed tunes for the very last time.

Saturday 28 February - To Be Announced

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6 Nights a Week at Venue 505

Kicking off 2015 we are increasing the fun times with:

Monday nights are free entry with our Jazz Jam and Games Night. With live music and board games a plenty. It's boogie woogie with your backgammon.


Come party down for 'Old School' Tuesdays with a live funk and groove band, invited guests jamming and DJ selections of some rare grooves. And it's FREE entry!!!

Wednesdays is a great night for the very best in contemporary Jazz and World music from some seriously world class players. A feast for the senses and especially your ears.

Thursdays will feature some of the new and old faces of 'beat' music reaching into the vaults of Reggae, Afro-Beat, Funk, Jazz and more. Free entry to 505 members!

Fridays are a night to unwind for the week with a blend of some high class and fun acts that range from Swing, Gypsy, Worls, Soul, Funk and more.

Saturdays are our concert series and a perfect night to sit back and let your ears be trated to the most inspiring vocalists and instrumentalists Australia has to offer.

Love Roots, Groove, Funk and Jazz music? Tuesdays are all about it with free entry a lounge atmosphere, live funk trio and resident DJ. Check out the new cocktail menu in style and treat yourself to an early week hang. Some of Sydney’s finest muso’s will be dropping by to jam (or just prop up the bar) Cocktail hour from 6-730!

Head here to check out our up-coming gigs.

 

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