Tuesday, 5 May 2009

Rocky and the Two Bob Millionaires

A fine collection of Australian musicians, Rocky and the Two Bob Millionaires are on the way to launch their first album - 42/68. The 10 original songs each tell a story that touch the listener through feelings, which of course are the essence of music. The band came together because of their individual passion for making music, one of life's profound joys. Their amazing individual talents, musicality and team work, has fortunately for all of us, led to the creation of an album, that is a celebration, for all to embrace. Band members include: These are Rocky Dabscheck, guitar and vocals. Nick Carrafa, drums and vocals. Brenden Mason, guitar and vocals. Max McIntosh, bass Steve Williams, saxophone, mouth harp and vocals. Sigie Gabrie, saxophone, mouth harp, synth guitar, slide guitar percussion and vocals. Julie Buxton, vocals Mark Stanley, percussion Greg Spence, trumpet Trevor 'Forever' Young, a godfather of Australian Punk, is the voice on one of the tracks, telling a story that demanded his talents. All remarkable and experienced musicians with such an amazing repertoire of songs and previous experiences of playing with other gifted musicians . Rocky has played alongside Janis Ian Eric Burden And the Animals John Martyn AC/DC Tangerine Dream Steve Being saxophone player for Australian icon John Farnhem has played alongside Tom Jones Olivia Newton-John Ray Charles Kate Ceberano Ross Wilson Brenden from the well known bands Madder Lake and Black Feather has had the pleasure of playing alongside The Rolling Stones Queen Max has played with Brian Cadd Russell Morris Members of the band have also played plenty of festivals. Keep an eye out for the launch date and listen to some of their great work at www.myspace.com/rockyandthetwobobmillionaires

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