Bands DJs MC 28 July 2019

Sunday 28 July 2019 Sydney Rock 'n' Roll & Alternative Market features:

The Rocksteady Ratpack, The Soul Movers, The Hellcat III, Cruisin' Deuces, The Banks Brothers, plus DJs Rod Almighty, Wally Wally, The Crimplenes  and MC Doc Temple 

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Virtuoso brothers Dr Zane and Jy-Perry Banks moonlight as acoustic and steel guitar duo The Banks Brothers, serenading shoppers, diners and drinkers with good ol’ honky tonk (think Hank) and a whole lotta heartbreakers. Grab a tasty dish from our international food vendors, a bevvy of choice from the Monkey Bar and stay a while.

Plus DJs The Crimplenes.


The Rocksteady Ratpack is a supergroup in every sense of the word, comprising members of The Allniters, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Ska Vendors, Backy Skank, Complete Madness, Steppin Razor and The Signals. This Ratpack aren’t just the ska tsars of Australia, they ARE the ska scene in 2019. Can the Manning stage and dancefloor survive something this epic?

The Soul Movers. Take a bunch of top-flight musos from local and international bands, add a gutsy frontwoman wielding a wild tambourine and throw in a much-loved ex-Red Wiggle, and the result is a unique recipe of power, passion and pure love! It’s also a proven crowd-pleaser here and in the States, where they toured while cutting album Bona Fide, recorded in iconic studio spaces such as Sun and featuring legendary hit-makers. The Soul Movers are one of the most uplifting, exciting and soulful live acts around and not to be missed.

The Hellcat III:Their much-anticipated new EP is out in July and the exclusive launch is right here at the July Rock’n’Roll Market!Since the release of their debut EP, The Hellcat III have received widespread airplay and become staples of the Oz rockabilly scene. The band has been working hard to refine their Neo-Rockabilly/Surf Guitar sound, thrilling audiences with their high-energy shows up and down the east coast. This is sure to be one of their best shows yet.

Cruisin’ Deuceswere born out of a love of traditional honky-tonk, Western swing and rockabilly music. Hailing from Sydney's Inner West, the boys blend the southern twang of Telecasters with crying steel guitars and driving bass. The Rev. Dr. Z's soulful voice and burning solos blend with the mournful wail of the pedal steel and bring the sounds of Texas, Memphis and Nashville to Sydney for a hootenanny you'll never forget.

Plus DJs Rod Almighty and Wally Wally. MC Doc Temple.  

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