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Nightlife - July 2015

01 Jul 2015

Local venue rocks

If rock is your thing, you don’t have to leave Docklands every Friday and Sunday night to get your fix.

Performing from 8.30pm at the James Hotel in NewQuay, cover-band Shameless, has a repertoire to please every audience.

The raunchy band, fronted by the dynamic Jo Fraser, was formed six years ago and has been going strong ever since.

“Shameless came to fruition when we realised there were not enough rock chicks fronting bands in Melbourne,” Ms Fraser said.

She said the band made no apology for its “kick-arse, in-your-face” party attitude.

Shameless has a wide range of material covering the best of pub rock classics from the ’80s and ’90s to popular Top 40 hits.

On Sundays, it’s Stand and Deliver tribute band that rocks out the weekend at the James Hotel.

The James Hotel (formerly James Squires Brewhouse) has a dedicated upstairs performance venue.  It is the most westerly venue on NewQuay Promenade.

Owner David James invites Docklanders to join the Friday night party before 7.30pm during July and August to take advantage of the Docklands fireworks.

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