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An All-60’s Americana Nostalgia Night with the Trippy Hippy Band & Jack Peck @ The Loaded Dog
November 24, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm$18 – $20
Doors open 7pm
An all-American night with the Trippy Hippy Band with special guests those old hippies, Margaret & Bob Fagan support from Jack Peck @ The Loaded Dog
Maybe it’s the outstanding vocal harmonies, or their far out folksy guitar, but Joe & Harmony’s Trippy Hippy Band are renowned for getting their audiences 8 miles high with an authentic recreation of the 60s vibe and their trippy hippy acoustic renditions of music from the revolution.
They are like totally the most far out and fun band in the universe, man, and they are ready to entertain at your festival, venue, function, wedding or Lions Club. You should check them out, seriously, can you get behind it?!
Joe & Harmony’s Trippy Hippy Band gives their audiences quirky, energetic stage shows, packed with a variety of crowd pleasing songs from the Woodstock generation. Trippy tunes, Simon & Garfunkel standards, and hits from such artists as Bob Dylan, Tiny Tim, The Mamas & The Papas, Buffalo Springfield, Donovan, Joan Baez, John Sebastion….Like wow!
Joe & Harmony’s Trippy Hippy Band, singing acoustic tye-dye interpretations of revolutionary songs from 1960 to 1972.
Jack Peck arrived in Australia in 1983 for a three year work assignment and never left. Worked in IT Projects at the “pointy end of town” until retiring in 2005, then after being teased by a friend a couple of years ago dug out his old Martin D-28 and began playing again. Jack worked night shift in a steel mill all summer of 1967 to buy that guitar. It’s still his one and only.
Disability access, supper available, BYO.
Enquiries & bookings – Sandra 9358 4886