// Workshop. 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. //
We are in our FIFTH YEAR! Happy birthday to us! So, with that milestone, it is only fitting that we bring our brothers back from Colab to help us celebrate. Call it a tradition, if you will.
Five years. 54 jam sessions. 35 featured vocalists (with some repeat appearances), 28 instrumentalists. Five charities/not-for-profit organisations supported through part proceeds of door sales. Five years of VIBES.
Vocalists/MCs - KC, Cian Caton, Kruger James, Macshane
Keys - Alfred Bangezhano
Drums - Kuda Mateta
Bass - Wayan Biliondana
Guitar - Dan Garner
Trumpet - Matt Smith
+ as expected, some v special guests
Part proceeds of ticket sales will be going to Australian Children's Music Foundation (ACMF); a not-for-profit organisation inspiring creativity and imagination by providing weekly music education classes and instruments to disadvantaged children and youth at risk throughout Australia. The ACMF music programs bring students joy and hope, and are proven to achieve positive educational and behavioural outcomes.
Doors @ 8pm
Music @ 8.30 - 11pm
VENUE: Goodwill Club, downstairs at The Rechabite
COVER: $10 door or $5 early bird/$8 General admission [both online only]
The Lowdown //
† $10 off any of the "Feast" menu options at Double Rainbow (restaurant only) - book your table here
† 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.