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The One Song Sing – at home at Babylon
We have a new, and hopefully more permanent and regular venue – Babylon on King St. Babylon is a spectacular, tiered old church, with a smashing menu for beverages and comestibles.
We look forward to our first One Song Sing there on Sunday 9 June at 4pm. Tickets are $13 online (click the picture to go to the TryBooking website), or $15 at the door.
Previous One Song Sings
Lady Gaga’s Shallow at Momo’s
5 May 2019 we got our vegetarian on and sang this swoon of a song from A Star is Born. 40 aspiring Bradleys joined their swooning Gagas and gave a 200+ voice to this new classic. This be it.
Fleetwood Mac’s Don’t Stop at the Shoal Bay Country Club
We did our first Port Stephens One Song Sing on the last day of March 2019. A lot of people came up from Newcastle for it, but there werer heaps of proud locals too. It was well attended and beautiful. Enjoy!
We Farewelled Renew Newcastle with a Doobie Brothers One Song Sing – 3 March 2019
Sting’s Fragile – in the Newcastle Library – January 2019
Silverchair’s Straight Lines – Museum in the BHP Gallery – November 2018
October 2018 – Newkulele Festival Finale – Somebody to Love, featuring Mal Webb
What an incredible One Song Sing at the Newcastle City Hall as part of the finale of the Newkulele Festival. Thanks to Mal Webb and all of our singers! Enjoy the video.
September 2018 – Vale Aretha
Our Aretha Franklin tribute medley at the Carrington Bowling Club
Coldplays Clocks at the Carrington Bowling Club.
May 2018. Never Tear Us Apart by Inxs
Yeah. The Jets lost. We commiserated in song.
Overkill – Men at Work – March 2018
Burn Your Name – Powderfinger – February 2018
Christmas Eve 2017 One Song Sing – How to Make Gravy by Paul Kelly
Lots n lots of people crammed into the restaurant area of The Edwards for our Christmas Eve Sing. What an event! And we tapped into the generous Christmas spirit with a couple of buckets and raised about $900 for the Soul Cafe.