Live Shows & Ticketing

Wagga Pole Studio Student Showcase

It’s that time of year again!!

Wagga Pole Studio staff and students will be performing for their family, friends and adoring fans on Saturday, 27th May at the Commercial Club in Wagga Wagga.

Solos, doubles and group performances.

Hosted by Mistress Pas de Chat.

When

Saturday 27th May from 7.30pm at the Commercial Club

Cost

Tickets $25 per person at the door

Bookings

Online booking snow closed. Tickets may be purchased at the door.

2017 Golden Crow Awards

The Thomas Bros Golden Crow Awards recognise and award the most outstanding businesses in Wagga Wagga.

The event encourages businesses to aspiration for excellence and rewards outstanding contributions to the community by business leaders

When

Saturday 27th May from 7.00pm at the Wagga RSL Club

Cost

Tickets $230 per person

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here

Creedence Clearwater Survival

Australia’s most dynamic CCR/John Fogerty Tribute

Creedence Clearwater Survival recreates the atmosphere and energy of a real ‘LIVE’ John Fogerty/CCR concert. Playing all the hits everybody has come to know and love, Green River, Born on the Bayou, Proud Mary, Bad Moon Rising, Fortunate Son, Old Man Down The Road, just to name a few.

Every audience has been amazed at the faithful recreation of the CCR/Fogerty sound by CCS.

So ya’ll, “hitch a ride to the end of the highway” and let CREEDENCE CLEARWATER SURVIVAL entertain you with classic songs that they just don’t make anymore.

When

Saturday June 24th from 8.30pm, in the Commercial Club main lounge

Cost

Live and free

Bookings

No bookings are required

Symphony of Spirits present Tracey-Lee

Join Psychic/Medium Tracey-lee for a night of Connections, Validations and the Opportunity to ask Life’s Questions. Tracey-lee brings her mediumship to the floor and she has the rare ability to switch from mediumship to psychic ability with rare ease.  Book your tickets through the club for this great night out.

When

Thursday 29th June from 7.30pm at the Wagga RSL

Cost

Adult  $35.00 per person (17yrs+)
Double  $25.00 per person (17yrs+)

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here

Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks

With a stellar career now spanning more than 50 years and showing no signs of slowing, Mr Eagle Rock Ross Wilson is one of Australian rock music’s most enduring and lauded talents. Twice inducted in to the ARIA Hall of Fame (1989 solo and 2006 with Daddy Cool), Wilson continues to win acclaim. Eagle Rock has been included in the National Film and Sound Archive ‘Sounds of Australia Collection’, 3 singles from his 2010 album ‘I Come In Peace’ were added to playlists at over 50 commercial stations nationally and the title track was released as a single accompanied by a hot video, the 1st RW studio vid since 1990!!! Ross again set new records for a performer of his generation with his ‘5 Decades of Cool’ concert series was nominated for the 2010 Helpmann Award for ‘Best Contemporary Australian Concert’. Wilson independently released Ross Wilson – The Greatest Hits in 2016, as wel as re-releasing 1989’s “Dark Side Of The Man” in digital only format and releasing his version of Johnny O’Keefe’s “Wild One” as a charity single for the Reclink Community Cup.

From Daddy Cool to Mondo Rock, as a solo artist, or as songwriter of A-grade classics such as Eagle Rock, Cool World and A Touch of Paradise, or producer of the legendary Skyhooks, Jo Jo Zep, The Johnnys, & more recently The Screaming Jets, Ross’s involvement with success has continued unabated. He fronted Daddy Cool & exploded out of the 70s playing rootsy 50s sounds. Then formed Mondo Rock who surfed the contemporary scene with chart topping singles & albums from the mid 70s to the late 80s. As a solo performer and major songwriter he continued to achieve success & make his mark during the 90s & beyond with his songs being recorded by artists as diverse as Jimmy Barnes, John Farnham, DEF-FX, Custard, Jennifer Rush (EU), Troy Cassar-Daley, Leslie Avril, Hey Gringo, You Am I, Uncle Bill, Keke (Spain), Renee Geyer, Christine Anu, Duane Jarvis (US), Elkie Brooks (UK), Ann Kirkpatrick & Lee Kernaghan, Sovereign, Pleasantville, Beccy Cole, Sonic Jihad, and The Wiggles! On trips to Europe & the USA he collaborated with O/S writers & concluded the millennium as a special guest performer on John Farnham’s “I Can’t Believe I’m 50″ tour & live CD/DVD.
On top of this in the ‘noughties’ Ross kept a busy tour schedule of his own with his live action band Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, including national appearances on the successful ‘A Day On The Green’ series with Chris Isaak and also Crosby Stills & Nash, then began sessions for ‘Tributary’ (Liberation Blue)released mid-2008), a semi-acoustic project that revisits songs from his career catalogue resulting in sometimes radical rearrangements of the hits plus fresh airings of worthy lesser known works. Reactions from both critics & fans have been overwhelmingly positive.
Late 2008 found Ross in Nashville with producer Mark Moffatt directing sessions for an album full of brand new songs. These trax were temporarily shelved while he took the 2009 ‘5 Decades Of Cool’ concerts to Melbourne & Sydney and released the resulting filmed footage as the debut RW solo DVD ‘Ross Wilson Live At The Palais’ showcasing RW’s long & diverse catalogue with guest performances from members of The Pink Finks, The Party Machine, Daddy Cool, Spectrum, Mondo Rock, Skyhooks & a 3 song duet with national icon Jimmy Barnes.

Ross Wilson performs with his band The Peaceniks at over 100 shows a year throughout Australia.

When

Saturday 1st July from 8.30pm at the Commercial Club

Cost

Members – $45.00 per person
Non-Members – $55.00 per person

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here

The Ultimate Elton John & Billy Joel Tribute Show

Book your evening with a tribute to two of music’s biggest superstars. Starring Josh McKellar as Billy Joel and Michael Peacock as Elton John, sing the night away as the boys pay tribute to these legends.

When

Friday 4th & Saturday 5th August, from 7pm at the Commercial Club

Cost

Tickets $32.00 per person

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here

Jett Williams

Hank’s ‘lost’ daughter is heading Down Under…

She’s the lovechild – and only daughter – of late, great American country music icon Hank Williams and she’s coming to Australia.

The product of a brief relationship between marriages with Hank and Nashville secretary Bobbie Webb Jett, Antha Belle Jett was born on January 6, 1953 – five days after her father died.

Jett’s story has all the ingredients of a great country song – but for her, it’s real life.

Williams, who’s widely recognised as one of the most significant and influential American singer-songwriters of the 20th century, had a string of hits including Your Cheatin’ Heart, Kaw-Liga, Cold, Cold Heart and Take These Chains From My Heart. Ironically, among the tracks laid down at his final recording session in September 1952 was the prophetic I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive.

Jett didn’t find out who her father was until the early 1980s, and a legal battle followed. To say Hank Williams Jr was not keen to welcome her to the family fold is somewhat of an understatement. It wasn’t until 1985 that the courts recognised her as Hank’s only taught – and with it – granted her a 50 per cent share of his estate, from 1985, when the claim was lodged.

All the while, Jet pursued her ambition of becoming a country singer like her dad, and has performed with his band members, the Drifting Cowboys, on a number of occasions singing his songs.

In 1990, she published her biography, Ain’t Nothin’ As Sweet As My Baby.

This is Jett’s first visit to Australia and she’s keen to meet fans of her father’s, and make some new friends herself in the land Down Under.

When

Thursday 19th October from 8.00pm at the Commercial Club

Cost

Tickets $49.00 per person

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here