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Live at City Hall in partnership with The FSC

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Kingston Arts are thrilled to be partnering with The Flying Saucer Club to bring you a very special series of Live at City Hall gigs!

Head over to the Flying Saucer Club website for detailed gig information and to book. All bookings for the below gigs are made through the Flying Saucer Club. Keep an eye out here and on our social media for further gig announcements!


Upcoming Gigs



Debra byrne is thrilled to have formed the band cornerstone!

Twenty years ago Dion, Chris and Debra played together at the ZBar in Prahan on Sunday afternoons. Debra had been performing for many years, yet those afternoons were the beginning of a freedom and camaraderie she had not experienced and has longed to return to that genre of music where she feels most herself, most at home. From 2016 to 2018 Chris, Dion and Debra performed in the highly successful ‘Tapestry’ show with Vika Bull. The harmonies, melodies and lyrics and the coming together each night with the beautiful people that made up the Tapestry show reignited Debra’s need to create CORNERSTONE. The name CORNERSTONE epitomises what music has been and will always be for Debra Byrne. It is the experience that brings her joy, friendship, love, emotional and mental stability. Music, and especially singing is Debra’s yoga.

Friday 22nd March

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Ron Vincent Sings Cat Stevens

Ron Vincent has been performing professionally for 28 years, as a singer/ guitarist in many parts of Australia and all over the world, including places as far as Malta and the snow fields of Austria. He grew up in the 70s listening to the soulful music of artists like Neil Diamond, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, John Lennon and of course Cat Stevens, who would eventually be of key importance to Ron’s performing career. During the last few years, Ron has passionately pursued his interest in Cat Stevens music. Ron’s Cat Stevens tribute show has developed a regular following throughout Melbourne and audiences marvel at his uncanny likeness to Cat Stevens in voice and looks.
‘I have a strong emotional connection with the music. You can’t just sing the song perfectly note for note, you gotta have that soul connection to get the mood across,’ Ron said.

Friday 29 March

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The Substitutes have been around for nearly ten years recreating that ‘60s excitement and rawness that can easily get lost with tribute bands. Listen to a frenetic Kinks guitar solo or a Keith Moon drum fill and know that the ‘’60s were about experimentation and risk-taking, as well as great pop songs. The Substitutes cover all the bases and sub-genres of ‘60s music: Mersey Beat, Mod, Freakbeat, Pop, Rock, Psychedelia, Folk Rock and early Metal. The band is made up of Neil Scott (Vocals and Guitar), Peter Reed (Drums), Pete Robinson (Bass and Vocals), Peter Summers (Guitar, Keyboard and Vocals).

In the past few years, The Substitutes have presented a number of specially curated Giants of ‘60s Rock shows featuring British, Australian and American pop and rock
music utilizing a range of first-class guest vocalists such as Steve Lucas, Ronnie Charles, Barry Smith, Billy Miller and Nikki Nicholls. In 2017 for the first time, The Substitutes focused on the pop and rock music of women from the mid to late ‘60s and invited Kelly Auty and Andrea Lees to help make that happen. This magic combination proved to be their most successful show and been in much demand.

Saturday 30 March 2019

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From the legendary band Daddy Cool whose number one anthem Eagle Rock smashed all previous sales records in Australia to the 1977 formation of Mondo Rock, delivering hits such as ‘Cool World’, ‘State of The Heart, ‘Chemistry’, ‘No Time, and Come said The Boy’ before Ross Wilson left to pursue a solo career, with the 1989 release of ‘Dark Side of the Man’, spawning the hit ‘Bed of Nails recently used as the theme to Bed of Roses and continued songwriting and producing credits with his songs being recorded by artists as diverse as Jimmy Barnes, , Def FX, Custard, Jennifer Rush, Troy Cassar-Daley, You Am I, Renee Geyer, Christine Anu , The Wiggles (this version of Eagle Rock again topped the charts in July 2008!) and, of course, John Farnham, his brilliant song-writing delivering Johns unforgettable hit ‘A Touch Of Paradise’.

Friday 12 April 2019

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The “Santana” album hit #4 on the Billboard 200 pop album chart with the 2nd single, “Evil Ways” becoming a US Top 10 hit hitting #9. The album was the result of manager Bill Graham’s suggestion to write/record conventional “radio friendly” songs as Santana was originally a purely free-form jam band. The band responded but also managed to retain the essence of improvisation in the music and included four instrumentals out of the nine tracks on the album with Jingo, while a chant, containing extensive instrumental passages.
The album is also famous for its cover art depicting an intricate lion’s head….with many other images and heads embedded (how many can you count??).

Alex Buick (Lead Guitar) - German Silva (Lead Vocals, percussion) - Linden Compassi (Keys, backing vox) - Greg Hayward (Congas, percussion, backing vox) - Alejandro Vega (Timbales, bells, percussion) - Andrew Tsindos (Bass) - Chris Duffy (Drums).

Thursday 18 April 2019

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Mellencamp complimented Scarecrow on being one of the most authentic and musically accurate interpretations of his songs he has ever seen.

The charismatic and energetic performance of Gary Young ensures a night of nostalgia. Reliving those heady days when songs like ‘Hurt So Good’, ‘Cherry Bomb’, ‘Pink Houses’ and ‘Lonely Ol Night’ were the anthems of a generation and now the Classic hits of today. Hit after hit, it’s an amazing live experience John Mellencamp’s music that you cannot afford to miss. Relive those heady days when songs like “Hurt So Good”, “Cherry Bomb” “Pink Houses” and “Lonely Ol ’ Night” were the anthems of a generation and now the classic hits of today.

Saturday 4 May 2019 

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FSC - Grand Wazoo


Australia's 13 piece soul kings, Grand WaZoo are back at the Flying Saucer Club to showcase the bands 60s-70s Soul Sensation Southside, just for you! The band featuring special guest vocalist's WYLIEJ MILLER, JOYS NJAMBI and SAMANTHA MORLEY will perform the great Soul songs that were the sound track to a generation, where you may dance and romance to your heart's content. You'll hear the iconic music of Wilson Pickett, Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, Martha & The Vandellas, James Brown, Al Green, Curtis Mayfield, Earth , Wind & Fire and more!

Saturday 11 May 2019

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Various Friday and Saturday nights:
Doors Open: 6pm (Seats/Dining) | 8pm (Standing) | 8.40pm (Showtime)


Kingston City Hall, Moorabbin



Allocated | General Admission/Standing


Ticket prices vary from gig to gig. See the Flying Saucer Club website for full list of prices, dates and times, and to make a booking.

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