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[event-list]
Sep
24
Sun
Anna Bilbrough
Sep 24 @ 2:30 pm
Anna Bilbrough

SUTTONS SUNDAY SESH!

Anna Bilbrough is a singer-songwriter from Ballarat. Accompanying herself, she sings songs influenced by the sounds and words of those from a bygone era. In her eyes, Bob Dylan and Joan Baez are the Brad and Ange of music. With a love of words and melody, Anna sings about that which is around her: female representation, Orlando Bloom lookalikes, and the miserable art of growing up when you wish you wouldn’t.

 

Sep
27
Wed
Earl Leonard Music For Kids
Sep 27 @ 10:30 am
Earl Leonard Music For Kids

SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN!

Earl Leonard plays Music for Kids. His shows are inviting and exciting! Kids of all ages love Earl’s energy and honesty. He plays songs you know and songs you’ll come to love. He has been busy teaching big kids, but is really looking forward to performing for little ones again and hopes to see you all at Suttons House of Music.

Sep
28
Thu
The Price Is Wrong
Sep 28 @ 7:30 pm

The Price Is Wrong Trivia Game Show presents nothing short of an hilarious and quite naughty night of trivia, games, music, audience participation and prizes with popular daggy 70’s style hosts Freddie Fandango & Adriana Obsceneties. It’s a trivia night with a twist. No Science, History and Sport rounds, just loads of music, pop culture, gossip and other genres that lets face it, are the fun ones.

Call Suttons on 5333 4393 to reserve your table.

TIME: 7:30pm
ENTRY: $5

RATED MA15+ Not suitable for children

Doors open and kitchen from 6pm
Call Suttons on 5333 4393 to make a pre show dinner reservation and get a table for your team.

Once the restaurant is full, there will be standing room only but you can still play.

Show: 7:30pm – 10:00pm
Teams encouraged. Register your team name on arrival.
Entry: $5 (pay at the door)

The Price Is Wrong and Monthly Poster

Freddy Wheel

Sep
29
Fri
CLOSED
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am
CLOSED

Due to something to do with a football and a public holiday we will be closed all day.

Our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Sep
30
Sat
DeborahN
Sep 30 @ 8:00 pm
DeborahN

Deb has been singing for 20 or so years. She began her musical adventures with original songs and after a stint singing acid jazz in ‘Cocoa Soul’, she performed solo whilst dabbling in her small acoustic band ‘Otis’. Deb currently performs with Ballarat’s Soul band, “Motor City Sounds”, but still finds time to write and perform her own songs. Fun fact: Deb appeared on the very first series of The X-factor!

Oct
1
Sun
The Little Brass Band
Oct 1 @ 2:30 pm
The Little Brass Band

SUTTONS SUNDAY SESH!

‘The Little Brass Band’ is a traditional but versatile brass quintet, able to produce a unique blend of entertainment, humour and beauty of sound within a diverse range of music styles. Formed 15 years ago, this Goldfields region based group have entertained the local community at numerous public and private events and have recorded and produced 4 CD’s to date. At present the group are rehearsing for their next CD of jazz standards.

The music of ‘The Little Brass Band’ is based around the five part harmonies and melodies of the vocal lines within a choir. ‘The Little Brass Band’ utilize various combinations of instruments to create the sound effects and timbres to suit the music. Our repertoire covers something for everyone, and ranges from popular songs, movie and television themes, musicals, light opera, classical, traditional jazz and swing time.

Performances include: Commonwealth Games opening ceremony, Eureka 150th Anniversary, Arts in the Park, Begonia Festival, Sun Aria semi-finals, 150th Anniversary of the Ballarat Botanical Gardens, numerous Corporate events, Ballarat Carols by Candlelight, Christmas in Sturt street, Food and Wine festivals, Buninyong Community Carols, ABC Live morning show, Fryerstown 150th Anniversary Celebrations, Organs of the Ballarat Goldfields, Hamilton Sacred Music festival, Four Seasons Music Festival Creswick, Prize winners in the Australian National Busking Championships 2017, Warracknabeal Winter Arts Festival.

Frank Dyer: Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet.

Bradley Saul: Trumpet, Flugel Horn.

Janice Ballinger: French Horn.

Cassandra Hiscock: Tenor Trombone.

Allan Williamson: Tuba.

Oct
4
Wed
Earl Leonard Music For Kids
Oct 4 @ 10:30 am
Earl Leonard Music For Kids

SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN!

Earl Leonard plays Music for Kids. His shows are inviting and exciting! Kids of all ages love Earl’s energy and honesty. He plays songs you know and songs you’ll come to love. He has been busy teaching big kids, but is really looking forward to performing for little ones again and hopes to see you all at Suttons House of Music.

Oct
6
Fri
Reece Mastin
Oct 6 @ 8:30 pm
Reece Mastin

Rock ‘n roll born and bred, guitars are loud and proud Reece Mastin’s show is full of energy and fun, you can see it written on his face being alongside his amazing tight 3 piece band. Leaving behind the pop sound he once had, to play what runs through his veins and pours out of him in his new music, this is now the sound he was made to bring to the world. Reece’s show is not to be missed. Forget all you think you know about this young singer and go introduce yourself to Mr Mastin’s unforgettable rock show.

 

Cost: $25+booking fee presale / $30 at the door (unless sold out prior to the event)

SUTTONS WILL ONLY RESERVE TABLES FOR THOSE DINING BEFORE THE SHOW.

Call (03) 5333 4393 to arrange your pre-show dinner booking.

YOU WILL BE ASKED TO QUOTE YOUR BOOKING ID NUMBER WHEN MAKING A DINNER RESERVATION

Once the restaurant is full there will be standing room only.

 

Buy tickets here

Oct
7
Sat
Rick Price
Oct 7 @ 8:30 pm
Rick Price

Rick Price Brought to Life A ‘Dead Man Walkin’ Tour.

Heaven knows Rick Price has enjoyed the type of enduring success that many struggling young artists will only ever dream of. His musical journey started early on in Beaudesert, a small semi-rural community southof Brisbane.

This year Rick celebrates the 25th Anniversary of his debut album, ‘Heaven Knows’. This album set Rick on a soaring trajectory with smash hits, Heaven Knows, ‘Not A Day Goes By’, ‘Walk Away Renee’ and ‘River Of Love’, he has never looked back. His broad repertoire of eight albums and music industry awards including the prestigious APRA Song Of The Year award for his song ‘Heaven Knows’ and the Export Music Australia award for his outstanding achievements abroad have made Rick a household name.

Back in February 2017, Rick performed two special events with the iconic singer/songwriter Suzi Quatro in Victoria and the iconic Hope Estate in the Hunter Valley and wowed the audience with his dynamic songs. In May, Rick was invited as special guest for the Welsh queen of rock and blues Bonnie Tyler on her Australian Tour.

Now, Rick Price is proud to announce his Brought To Life A ‘Dead Man Walkin’ dates for October 2017. ‘Dead Man Walkin’ will be released on September 29, the next single from the album, ‘Tennessee Sky’.

“Dead Man Walkin’ is a song written with Tamara Stewart from my most recent album ‘Tennessee Sky’. The song is about inner transformation. Letting go of old ways and welcoming a new way of living in the world.” – Rick Price

Rick wrote and produced the album in Nashville, Tennessee and the reviews are awesome:

“This album is a blend of bluegrass, country, gospel and a hint of pop. The up-tempo songs such as “Work That Fire”, will keep your feet tapping. This is a beautiful album because regardless of what mood you are in, you will feel better after you listen to it and it will lift your spirits. The musicianship is fantastic and the lyrics are heartfelt and honest.” – Steve Yanko

Audiences will be taken on a musical journey at Rick’s live shows, dancing in the aisles and joining him on stage for a sing along, there will be smiles all around the room with this upbeat set. The classics are still there, along with tracks from his current album.

 

Cost: $30+booking fee presale / $35 at the door (unless sold out prior to the event)

SUTTONS WILL ONLY RESERVE TABLES FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO DINE BEFORE THE SHOW.

Call (03) 5333 4393 to arrange your pre-show dinner booking.

YOU WILL BE ASKED TO QUOTE YOUR BOOKING ID NUMBER WHEN MAKING A DINNER RESERVATION

Once the restaurant is full there will be standing room only.

Oct
8
Sun
Jac
Oct 8 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Jac

SUTTONS SUNDAY SESH!

In 2013, Musician Jac Kreemers was diagnosed with Vascular Dementia. We’re firing up the bands and having a day to open up and talk about Alzheimers and Dementia over a beer and tune. Music by The New Suffragettes, The Electric Blues Collective and legendary Ballarat blues band, Into The Black.