Master of Ceremonies Glenn A Baker will lead a procession of singers taking centre stage within Sydney’s iconic rock venue Enmore Theatre for a matinee performance to celebrate iconic '70's singer/songwriter Ted Mulry.
The lineup includes Peter Cupples (Stylus) Alison MacCallum Harry Young (Harry Young and Sabbath) Tony Romeril (Autumn) Simon McCullough Dan McGahan Ash Morse Glenn Bidmead and special guests including Gary Dixon (Ted Mulry Gang) Tony Mitchell (Sherbet)... with more to be announced.
Backed by some of the finest musicians in Australia including Renee Geyer’s band bassist Harry Brus Icehouse drummer Paul Wheeler Shannon Noll guitarist Luke Cuerden Stylus keyboardist Sam McNally and guitarist Doug Weaver together they will perform a catalogue of songs written by Ted Mulry over his career spanning three decades this is a concert celebration that’s not to be missed. Featuring all the hits from Ted’s early years along with many tracks from the two solo albums intermingled with a selection of songs from the years with Ted Mulry Gang including ‘Sunday Evenings’ ‘Train’ ‘She’s A Killer’ ‘Woman In Love’ ‘Too Bad’ ‘How Long’ ‘Linda’ as well as his last recordings and several previously unreleased songs.
The show will pay tribute and celebrate Ted’s rich musical history including the 50th anniversary of “Falling In Love Again” whilst also commemorating 20 years since Ted’s passing.
Exclude people who are unwell from the premises.
Provide staff with information and training on COVID-19, including when to get tested, physical distancing, wearing masks, and cleaning.
Display conditions of entry including requirements to stay away if unwell and record keeping.
Support 1.5m physical distancing where possible.
Avoid the congestion of people in specific areas where possible.
Consider having strategies in place to manage gatherings that may occur immediately outside the premises.
Adopt good hand hygiene practices. Have hand sanitiser at key points around the venue.
Ensure bathrooms are well stocked with hand soap and paper towels or hand dryers.
Clean frequently used indoor hard surface areas (including children’s play areas) at least daily with detergent/disinfectant. Clean frequently touched areas and surfaces several times per day.
In indoor areas, increase natural ventilation by opening windows and doors where possible, and increase mechanical ventilation where possible by optimising air conditioning or other system settings (such as by maximising the intake of outside air and reducing or avoiding recirculation of air).
Keep a record of name, contact number and entry time for all staff, customers and contractors for a period of at least 28 days. Contact details must be collected for each person using a contactless electronic method, such as a QR Code or similar.
Processes must be in place to ensure that customers provide the required contact information.