Mick Thomas

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2 Jun
Camelot Lounge

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Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission “Where Only Memory Can Find You“ Album Launch

$40 +bf pre, $50 door 7pm doors, 8pm show We can only reserve tables for GROUPS OF 8 OR MORE (you can go as large as you like! We never run out of tables for large groups who get our email confirmation once you email a request. TO RESERVE A TABLE OF 8 OR MORE. . .Firstly buy all your tickets, then email: camelot3@tpg.com.a u Please list *show name *show date and only the *name the tickets are booked under . LESS THAN 8 people??? All other seating is on a 'first in best dressed' basis! So come early and choose a seat, a stool or table which suits. If the show is sold-out, you may end up sharing with others or choose to stand. Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tickets are possible. All ages are welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult) and a ticket must be purchased to support the artists playing. Delicious food (including pizza!) is available. Fully licensed – NO BYO Following a hectic end to 2022 - including a full national tour supporting their brilliant Back In the Day EP (which was voted #6 Best Australian Album in the Rhythms Readers' Poll even though it is not an album!) - Mick Thomas' Roving Commission will release their new album Where Only Memory Can Find You on May 5 then head out on a national tour starting at the National Folk Festival in April. Where Only Memory Can Find You marks the return to the fray of Mick's former Weddings, Parties, Anything bandmate, violinist Jen Anderson - joining founding WPA accordion player Mark “Squeezebox Wally” Wallace in the Roving Commission ranks. Adding to the bolstered female presence is the fact that, by some quirk of fate, six of the nine songs on the album are co-writes by Thomas with prominent Australian female singer-songwriters; two tracks with Amy Saunders from ‘90s Indigenous folk trio Tiddas, and one each with Saunders' bandmate Lou Bennett, Oz country legend Sara Storer, Melbourne veteran Barb Waters, and Brooke Taylor, who also happens to be a recent addition to Mick's Roving Commission. Where Only Memory Can Find You takes its name from a line in one of Thomas's most famous songs, "Away Away", which he first recorded with Weddings Parties Anything in 1987, and which Mick and band reprise on the new album. https://www.mickthomas.com https://www.facebook.com/ MickThomasMusic

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