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Lazybones Lounge

Future Shock Live at Lazybones Lounge


Wednesday 20 July from 8:30pm to 11pm


Adult: $32.64

Rambo draws inspiration from the early jazz/ funk greats of the 70s, the likes of Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, The Brecker Brothers, Weather Report and John Scofield to name a few. 

With an impressive line-up of Sydney’s most accomplished players, their aim is to bring the funk with unique originals & inspiring improvisation.

Drums - Simon Ashton (Banana, feat. Sean Wayland, Lily Dior, Cameron Undy)

Bass – Pete Gray (John Cleary USA, Andy Firth, James Morrison, George Golla, Barry Leef)

Sax - Karl Laskowski (Mike Nock Trio+, James Muller Trio, Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra, Jonathan Swartz, Frances Madden, Cameron Undy, Meme Wars)

Keys – Gavin Ahearn (Jon Irabagon, Ingrid Jensen, Tina Harrod, Adrian Mears, Meme Wars)

Guitar- Felix Lalanne (Arcing Wires, Funk Engine)

Doors 7pm  

8.30pm Future Shock 

$30+bf entry includes a meal 

Lazybones Lounge Restaurant & Bar is a COVID Safe venue

Covid-safe information

Lazybones Lounge follows Covi-safe plan. Hand sanitise on arrival. QR code check in.

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