VIC - Saints and Sinners – St Kilda’s musical history

Date 05 February, 2012
Start 5:00 pm
Location

Mink Bar, downstairs at the Prince of Wales Hotel
28b Acland Street St Kilda

Duration
Cost Free

In the 1970s and ‘80s, St Kilda was the live music capital of Australia, spawning its own distinct sound. In this insightful panel, St Kilda music identities discuss what today’s promoters and musicians can learn from the heyday.

As part of the St Kilda Festival Artist Development Series, Music Victoria brings you a free discussion on the past, present and future of the St Kilda music scene - 'Saints and Sinners – St Kilda’s musical history'. 

The Ballroom

Speakers include:

Patrick Donovan - Music Victoria CEO
Dolores San Miguel - author of Ballroom: The Melbourne Punk & Post Punk Scene
Paul Stewart - Painters & Dockers singer and music journalist
Bohdan X – St Kilda musician in the ‘70s and ‘80s
Michelle Harrington - founder of the St Kilda Live Music Community and editor of St Kilda Rock Chronicles

Bookings: this is a free event but RSVPs are recommended. Email workshops@musicvictoria.com.au to secure your spot.

Date: Sunday 5th February 2012
Start time:  5pm       
Venue Name:
 Mink Bar, downstairs at the Prince of Wales Hotel
Venue Address: 28b Acland Street St Kilda

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