New Year’s Eve might be over but the entertainment keeps on rolling at Shenanigans at the Imperial this weekend.
It kicks off with Phonic Duo on Friday night, an experienced pair who know how to entertain a crowd.
Phonic Duo’s repertoire is extensive, diverse and heaps of fun, performing the very best pop, funk, rock, soul and blues classics at the highest level.
The pair leaves a positive and lasting impression on their audiences with a light hearted look at songs from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s through to today’s latest tunes.
Phonic Duo simply has only one thing in mind … entertaining the masses with fantastic tunes.
Boasting hits from the likes of Bruno Mars, Amy Winehouse, Paul Kelly, The Weeknd, Adele, Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder, just to name a few, Phonic Duo are the perfect party entertainment.
They are sure deliver a little something for everyone.
Then on Saturday Adrianna Mac Duo are set to wow.
With a huge set list of modern pop, classic rock, hottest 100 and even into the indie and jazz alternative, these guys will have you singing and dancing the night away.
Priding themselves on their ability to change their genre based on the crowd and swap and change instruments, Adrianna Mac Duo have the capability to deliver the full band sound without the added members and equipment, a feat most duos struggle in pulling off.
Singer/pianist Adrienne McKinney and guitarist/pianist/percussionist Joshua Barnett are hardworking musicians who have a strong presence in Newcastle and the Hunter’s covers and original music scene.
Emily Smith will wind things down on Sunday in the right way.
Smith is an accomplished vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, originally from Adelaide, who has worked with a large number of established artists and performed at many of Australia’s favourite festivals.
She has played guitar for 17 years and graduated from the presitigious Country Music Academy of Australia alongside 21 other talented musicians in 2012.
She has played at many festivals nation-wide including the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Gorgeous Music Festival, Fleurieu Folk Festival, Scorchers Festival, Mount Gambier Ute Muster, Newstead Live, the Port Pirie Country Music Festival and the Barmera Country Music Festival.
At the Barmera Country Music Festival in 2012 Smith competed as a solo musician and was awarded first place.
Despite her strong country music flavour, Smith’s repertoire is diverse and includes a wide range of artists from Nirvana to Coldplay and everything in between.