Kasey Chambers was born in South Australia and is the daughter of steel guitar player Bill Chambers, and the sister of musician and producer Nash Chambers.
With the influence of her growing up in a musical family, Kasey Chambers has carved a long and successful career. Her successes are vast and include ARIA Awards, numerous successful albums with hits singles such as "The Captain" and "Not Pretty Enough", along with multiple platinum and gold selling albums.
Casey Chambers has had major success not only here in Australia but also in the US and has supported country greats such as Lucinda Williams and Emmylou Harris.
This promises to be a great evening with Kasey and and Bill Chambers. Don't miss out. Book today.
Normie Rowe has long been regarded as one of Australia's most recognised and successful singers in a long and illustrious career that spans back to his teens in the early sixties. In that era, there was no singer with a bigger following than Normie - No. 1 Hits, "King Of Pop" awards and mass hysteria at every performance were normal. His chart toppers in the early days were numerous, 11 in fact including his double gold 'Que Sera Sera' with its famous 'B' side 'Shakin All Over', 'Ooh La La', 'Its Not Easy' and 'It Aint Necessarily So'.
For over 40 years, Normie has been Australia's favorite performer. In the sixties, he recorded and toured in the UK, and then, in the early seventies Normie was inducted into the Australian Army and sent to Vietnam, becoming our most recognised soldier. He has since that experience worked tirelessly for better conditions for veterans of all wars.
Today, Normie is still performing countless shows nationally every year to packed houses, a testament to one of Australia's true talents.
Andrew Wishart is a 41 year old singer from suburban Melbourne, who against the odds, made it to the Grand Final of The X Factor Australia 2011 to be placed eventual runner up in the series.
Andrew sang Adele's "Someone Like You" at his first audition, and was inspired to try out for the show by his four children, who also suggested he should sing that song.
The X-Factor proved to be something a whole lot more than what he and his family could ever have imagined. “All along I told the producers I would be guided by them, as I knew nothing of the TV industry at all, but I remained steadfast in the belief that I just wanted to be ‘real’!”
Andrew struck a chord with Australians, and was the only contestant to never be voted into the bottom two ‘sing for your life’ showdowns. He eventually lost the Grand Final by a meagre 1% of the national votes!
Andrew’s future visions are of touring all around Australia with a band, and recording an album featuring his many self written songs - to sing and entertain for a living. “Taking the family on a tour of Australia whilst singing - that’s living!”
A 2 hour interactive production set in Yarra Valley Room where you, the audience are the diner enjoying a 3 course dinner.
Faulty Towers, The Dining Experience debuted in 1997, since then thousands of people have enjoyed the antics of Basil, Sybil and Manuel. This is the 5 star critically acclaimed production is in constant demand throughout Australia.
The performance is fully interactive and portrays the spirit of the characters and the atmospehere they create.
Come along and enjoy a night of entertainment!
Dinner and Show $95.00, includes a 3 course meal and beverages during the 2 hour show.
Pre Dinner Drinks Available from 6.30pm.