Sunday, 27 April 2014
Doors – 2pm
@ The GH Hotel
1-3 Brighton Rd
Bikini Rock coming 27 April at the GH – Come see the Victorian Finals for the Australian Bikini Team with 12 girls vying for a berth in the National Final – with live performances from Electric Mary, Dale Winters Band, Veludo and Dirt River Radio with Mr Tommy Kende As the MC.
Tickets on sale at Oztix.com.au
Pre Sale: $20
Gangland Entertainment and The GH are happy to announce the Headline Act for Bikini Rock will be ….. The Hardest Rock Act around… Electric Mary
Joining the Special Guest Headliner on the line up is:
– a group of like minded souls with a ferocious dedication to music who have combined forces to create a new wave of revolutionary intonation with a positive heartfelt and very real foundation. Veludo are the way ahead, they have honed their sound and have been compared to the international sensation that is Imagine Dragons on several occasions. If you havent seen them before make sure you dont miss this one.
Dale Winters Band
– Dale Winters is fresh from recording his new EP, while taking some down time from Juke Kartel (London Cries), to work on his side project. Dale has toured with the former throughout the US, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and many others. In his down time he has found time to work on his side project infusing his passion for the blues with combinations of flowing melodies and meaty riffs. Dales music has you more than toe tapping to the beat, more so dancing in the aisles, with a new line up to be unveiled for the first time at the GH for Bikini Rock make sure you are there.
Dirt River Radio
– Hail from an inner city bayside suburb of Melbourne, Australian roots rock n roll underdogs Dirt River Radio known for their double Gretsch guitar attack and huge harmonies, formed in 2008 by longtime songwriting team Heath Brady and Danger Alex Raunjak Alexander, the band have recently added new members Ross Hetherington (from Australian punk stalwarts BodyJar) on Drums and Mark Dorrington on the Bass.
Dirt River Radio have received international radio airplay, played festivals alongside Santana, Steve Miller and Tony Joe White and toured around Australia with the dirty country bars being among the bands favorite and most raucous gigs.
DJ Cassie Walker (Heels on Decks)
MC Tommy Kende (Juke Kartel)