New Theatre Shows – Selling Out Beforehand
Aptly titled Brothers, Angels & Demons these shows delve right back to the beginnings of The Moonshine Jug’n'String Band with original members and old cohorts often taking to the stage alongside the all-Brewster cast for a very memorable evening.
The recent performance at The Promethean in Adelaide saw legendary radio announcer David Day come along to fill the role of narrator as the unqiue interactive script captures answers from John & Rick Brewster about the musical heritage of their family, the ‘early days‘ in their home-town and of course the many stories behind the bands that led on to the formation of The Angels.
Original string band member Spencer Tregolan wove his way through the audience with his banjo in hand to add that extra layer of originality to the zany jug band songs which find their way into each and every performance.
There are more shots of the evening on our Photos Page, and keep an eye on this site as more dates come to hand for Brothers, Angels & Demons.
New Brothers, Angels & Demons Show – Adelaide
After receiving standing ovations in Melbourne and Sydney last month John and Rick Brewster will be bringing their new Brothers, Angels & Demons show into Adelaide on Fri 30th January 2015.
Fans will be given a rare glimpse behind the scenes from the story of The Angels. Presented by two of the key players the show offers a multmedia experience describing one of Australia’s most enduring rock outfits.
Adelaide Hall Of Fame For Brothers Rick & John
As well as performing live at this very special event, the evening will see Rick & John Brewster inducted into the AMC SA Music Hall Of Fame alongside Rob Riley, Ray O’Connor, John Schumann and Barry McAskill.
The show will be held inside the old Goodwood Institute building which during the 1960′s played host to live entertainment from Mod bands, Beat Music and Rock ‘n’ Roll acts at a time when the venue was known as The Oxford Club.
Also, generously supplied by radio disc jockey David Day, is a unique display of music memorabilia drawn from the last 42 years.
The public are welcome to attend this special evening. Ticketing information can be found on the Gigs Page of our site but due to the anticipated demand it’ll surely be a case of “first in – first served“.
A Great Night And A Great Dining Experience
Much like the songs played by the Brewster Brothers, the cuisine at this new location represents a journey through quality and variety across to the top end of town.
Enjoyed by yet another full house the lively performance was a big hit with everyone in the room!
Ranging from John’s solo delivery of a classic early Bob Dylan number right through to some of the pair’s own very blues based originals the evening saw even some of the finest diners slip off their shoes and join the dancing throng at the front of the stage.
The night was living proof that great hospitality, quality music and fine food will always keep good company.