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Memo Music Hall Steve Romig Show

My Dad is having a very rare show with some great musicians helping him celebrate a lifetime of music. I am starting off and will do harmonies with him too.

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Memo Music Hall Steve Romig  Show
Memo Music Hall Steve Romig  Show

Time & Location

07 Apr 2024, 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

St Kilda, 88 Acland St, St Kilda VIC 3182, Australia

About the event

TICKETS:

$30/25/20+bf Online

$35/25 At The Door (if available)

Steve Romig has been a singer/songwriter for most of his life. He holds over 30 songwriting awards national and international.  "Way Down Homeless Blues" won the ISC and Billboard Awards in the blues category. He won best Blues performer, Best band and Best Song of the year in 2007 for the same song at the Tasmanian/Victorian Blues Awards. He also won the Joe Bonnamassa Blues Song of the Year in the same year.

Ticket link:  https://www.trybooking.com/events/1186823/sessions/4455075/sections/2229250/tickets?embed=true  

“ I have been a fan of Steve’s for nearly 40 years. Both his talents as singer & songwriter stand out. I wish I could write songs as well as Steve Romig.” Mike Brady. 

 Mike recorded a version of Steve’s song "The Mistress”

John Farnham has recorded 2 of Steve’s songs. Take You Back, written with Frank Sablotny, and Sometimes, which John said was his favourite song on The Last Time tour.

Because of Way Down Homeless Blues, Russell Morris, who was introduced to the song by Jim Keays, started to think an Australian could do the blues justice and recorded Sharkmouth, an album that went to number one and won him an ARIA for blues album of the year.  Steve sang the backing vocals on it.

Steve will be joined on stage by his son, Ernest Aines, and people he regards as family. Mike Brady, Sarah MacLaine, Roger MacLachlan and Ronnie Peers for this acoustic retrospective of a body of work that spans over a lifetime.

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