Wind down to the soothing sounds of Robyn Brown. Enjoy a wine and cheese platter and some jazz classics in Mosaic Lounge. Cheese platter for two to share $40M and includes 2 glasses of wine. Choose from Alternatus Vermentino and Grenache.
Robyn Brown is among the most respected jazz singers in Queensland today, Robyn Brown has delighted audiences and impressed critics with her warmth, grace and natural ability to ‘feel’ and interpret the music. Inspired by the early jazz and blues greats and with a love of the passion in gospel and blues music, she has been in demand performing her heartfelt renditions of jazz and blues standards across Australia.
From a sultry ballad, to a jumping swing, a latin groove to a romping scat solo, every note is delivered with passion and grace and draws the audience in to the story. After releasing her debut CD, she has been touring with her show – “A Touch of Blue”, exploring songs from many of the early jazz/blues singers.
“A gifted vocalist of sultriness and style who plays off the band sharing a common joy of improvisation, Brown suffuses the blues with elegance and jazz with attitude.”
Killer Queen is a Brisbane-based band paying homage to Britain’s regal rock quartet QUEEN. Fine-tuning the show since 2003 with their fully-costumed, superb musicianship, coupled with accurate instruments and with all the cast resembling the original members of Queen… You will be forgiven to think you’re in the presence of the real band.
KillerQueen have received recognition within the entertainment industry for both their musicality as well as their startling resemblances to the original line-up. In 2010, the band’s very own John Blunt took the stage in a look alike competition for the French Television show Qui Sera Le Meilleur Sosie? In front of 7 million viewers globally.
As a whole, Killer Queen have received rave reviews and testimonials from the likes of Danii Minogue, Red Symons, Larry Emdur, Grant Denyer and Glen A. Baker, to name a few.
Killer Queen are…
Guaranteed to blow your mind, anytime…
When: Saturday 12 August
Time: Dinner from 6.30pm – Show from 8.45pm
Cost: $40pp Dinner & Show (18+)
$50 if tickets purchased on the day of the show