BRUCE Lawn, President of the Moe-Latrobe Valley Jazz Club, and his Committee and members, invite jazz lovers from all over to help them celebrate the 23rd anniversary of their club on Sunday 30 September.
The band for the day will be Kay Younger and the Rhythm Kings (a slight renaming of the Peninsula Rhythm Kings better to reflect the positioning of the band – I think leader John Kent is the only Peninsulaman, and as John says putting Kay upfront means she will get to sing a few more songs, and we won’t argue about that!).
As you can see from the poster, the lineup is well credentialed – Frank Stewart, Graeme Davies, Lee Treanor, Peter Grey and John Kent, with the lovely Kay Younger singing some lovely songs.
Banjo’s Restaurant on Albert Street, Moe is a bright, comfortable venue with great food. And those Latrobe Valley people really know how to have a good time. To book for lunch before the music starts, ring 03 5127 1007.
So if you feel like a drive in the country with some good music and good company, Banjo’s is the place to be on September 30.