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Diamond Duck EP Release Tour + The Button Collective in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse
Featuring a rich tapestry of plucked strings, lush vocal harmonies, highly original songs and a diverse range of influences from The Beach Boys to Bach, Diamond Duck is an exciting new collaboration between Sydney mandolinist and song writer Jimmy Daley (The Morrisons, Sanctuary Band, Tawny Owl String band) and Canadian born guitarist, vocalist and song writer Brian Campeau (Green Mohair Suits, Rescue Ships).
2018 sees the release of their highly anticipated debut recording with an east coast tour through May to celebrate…
“Evoking the close harmony singing of the Everly Brothers and Simon & Garfunkel, Diamond Duck explore an unusual, almost twisted sound in their accompaniment while maintaining a sweetness in their vocal delivery…there is something a little off kilter and it’s absolutely delicious” – Timber & Steel.
The Metropole is an all ages venue however minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and must remain supervised and do require a standard ticket for entry. Please also keep in mind that the performance space is a listening room.
Diamond Duck EP Release Tour + The Button Collective live in Concert at the 1930’s Metropole Guesthouse
Saturday 12 May 2018
Doors Open upstairs 5:00pm. Show Starts 6:00pm
Metropole Guesthouse, Upstairs “Metro Social” Cnr of Lurline and Gang Gang Streets, Katoomba
- General Admission. Theatre Style Seating.
- $15 pre-sale available from Metropole Guesthouse (during reception hours) (Cash Only)
- $16.50 Phone 02) 4782 5544 and Online (Including booking fees)
- $20 on the Door from 5:00pm (Unless Sold Out prior)
Thursday 24th May 2018 – 6am – 12 noon – weather dependent
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