UPCOMING PUBLIC EVENTS FEATURING SAM'S CARAVAN
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MUSICAL PROJECTS
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MIKELANGELO AND THE BLACK SEA GENTLEMEN

Australian-based quintet, Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen formed in 2000 and have gone onto release four highly acclaimed albums and tour to huge audiences around the world.

From headlining at the Sydney Opera House to playing rock festivals in Budapest; from five star reviews at the Edinburgh Festival to sell out shows on London’s West End; The Gentlemen have won over crowds from Tasmania to Arneham Land to Auckland and beyond with their irrepressible style and their high calibre live shows. 

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COLLEEN SPILLANE & SAM MARTIN
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Colleen and Sam have performed together for 15 years in a variety of ensembles. Recently they have formed a duo and perform locally on the Sapphire Coast, NSW. They can be seen regularly performing at Wheelers Restaurant in Merimbula.

 

They bring a broad skill set to a small ensemble and perform a wide range of material from modern pop and soul music to jazz, country and folk songs. The selection of repertoire performed is typically based on the audience and venue. 

Colleen and Sam take pride in getting things done, often going the extra mile and learning songs requested for special occasions. 

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THE SUNDOWNERS

The Sundowners are Sam's house band. An outfit essentially derived for the love of playing original music and themed variety shows. 

Led by Sam Martin on Double Bass, The Sundowners are a piano trio featuring the sideman talents of Pete Wild on piano and David Hewitt on drums .

The band collaborate with a variety of musicians to create interesting and entertaining musical showcases. 

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MALUMBA

Malumba are based on the far south coast of New South Wales, Australia.

 

The group plays original instrumental music that weaves together the sounds of many cultures and styles.

 

Drawing from influences as diverse as Celtic, Flamencan, African, Middle Eastern, Caribbean, and Latin, Malumba's music is as varied as the Australian multiculture.