Hosted by Katherine Curnow aka KC and backed by the slammin' Workshop house band, Workshop will bring to our fair city the freshest vibe and showcase Perth’s finest vocalists.
Yara Neto is a soul and motown singer based in Perth. She has fronted popular Perth big bands such as Stratosfunk and Milford Street Shakers - recently singing lead for their Tell Mama: The Music of Etta James show.
Her honey-like tones will make you FEEL ALL THE FEELINGS so get ready for THAT presence and a whole lotta soul.
This month, part proceeds of ticket sales will be donated to the Indigenous Arts Foundation
; a newly launched Perth-based charity recognising exceptional Indigenous talent and a passion for the arts, creating pathways for the Indigenous Arts community through their education and training programs and scholarships and grants.
If you have capacity, please consider checking out their website and supporting them where you can. Please be advised as a newly formed organisation, they are still awaiting DGR status.
Keys - Norberto Flamenco
Bass - Alfred Bangezhano
Drums - Kuda Mateta
Guitar - Valerio Fiorini
How does it work?
Vocalists and instrumentalists will need to sign up at the door on the night. We are subject to time constraints so sign up early to avoid missing out and when your name is called,
† $10 off any of the "Feast" menu options at Double Rainbow (restaurant only) -
book your table here
† Drinks specials courtesy of Four Pillars Gin - $8 G&T or $10 Bloody Shiraz Negronis
† REP LIST – Check the notes section of our FB page
– pls note, this is to be used as a guide. Band/musos present will know more than what’s on the list. Check out videos of our past Workshop sessions to get an idea of what tunes have been played.
† DON’T WANT TO SING? That’s cool, Workshop is a space for everyone - come through and check out Perth's best!
† THE NEW NEW – In light of our on-going commitment to sustainable social change, part proceeds from Workshop door sales will go to a nominated charity or organisation for that month because if you're trying to cultivate and encourage that sense of "community" you must also be proactive in being a part of that same community.