Brewster Brothers play Bob Dylan

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The Fringe Festival 2018 sees a return of The Brewster Brothers with a difference.
John and Rick will be joined by Sam Brewster (bass) and Nick Norton (drums) to perform a show entirely made up of Bob Dylan songs. Classics like Mr Tambourine Man, Just Like a Woman, Desolation Row, Like a Rolling Stone, All Along the Watchtower, Don't Think Twice It's Alright and many others.
John has been into Bob Dylan since 1963, attended his legendary 1966 Adelaide concert backed by the band that became The Band, and together with Rick and Nick recorded an album of his songs recently at Mixmasters Studios in the Adelaide Hills. Their performance on February 24th at the German Club will mark the first time Adelaide fans will experience the Brewster Brothers performing a great repertoire of Dylan's songs.

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John and Rick Brewster from the legendary The Angels are one of Australia’s most loved and respected acts.
Despite producing The Angels multi-platinum albums and whilst devoting their lives to the art of music and both being inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and Australian Songwriters Hall of Fame, they still weren’t satisfied. While continuing to perform with The Angels, the pair decided to work on a break-away project as The Brewster Brother spawning countless albums, tours and a second career. Since this inception the Brewster Brothers have recorded several albums including a live at Port Fairy Festival, the acclaimed ‘Wounded Healer’ and recently an offering called ‘Brewster Brothers Play Bob Dylan‘.The Brewsters endless musical journey continues to this day with no end in sight

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The GC is a brilliant multi-space performance hub situated in a central city location within the versatile facilities of the German Club. It offers five performance rooms over 4 floors, with audience capacities from 50 through to 450, plus in-house bars and bistro, air-conditioned comfort and loads of atmosphere. The GC provides high production values and comfort for artists and audiences. The main performance space, the 450-seat Showroom One, is one of Adelaide's best multi-purpose rooms: a fully air-conditioned auditorium with proscenium arch stage, high ceiling, lift and stair access, and excellent acoustics with minimal sound transfer, equipped with high-end front of house and stage sound. Other rooms - from 60 through to 120 seats - provide remarkable performance spaces with quirky ambience particularly suited to stand-up, small bands and two/three-handed theatre. Professional front-of-house and tech staff are provided and generous bump-in and rehearsal conditions apply.

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Sexual References: Frequent / Mild

Age Suitability: PG