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Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes – Residency @ Toff

Posted by Jake Eldred

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August 14, 2012
2:00 pm

Clairy Brown and the Bangin’ Rackettes find a new spiritual home for August, trading their ex-coffin factory-cum-recording-studio for a month-long residency at the Toff in Town.

Join them every Tuesday in August as they blend their sultry vocals, a lusty gloss on the classic sounds of soul and r’n’b, with big-band verve and new guest artists each week. The nights promise intimate moments with their special guests, glorious collaborations, and glimpses into their alluring eccentricities – their culty, family ways.

Check out their website for the month’s full line-up of guest artists (Kira Puru & the Bruise on the 28th!). Tickets from $18.30 with Moshtix.

WHEN: Tuesdays in August (7, 14, 21, 28 August), doors from 8pm.
WHERE: The Toff in Town, 252 Swanston Street
WEB: clairybrowne.com/news


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