Home News Sydney based band LEMONJUICE to rock the Bridge Hotel with the DAVE WILKINS BAND on 14th December.

Sydney based band LEMONJUICE to rock the Bridge Hotel with the DAVE WILKINS BAND on 14th December.

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Fresh from their support slot for Chocolate Starfish, LEMONJUICE will be bringing their unique fusion of psychedelic rock and alternative pop to their Sydney audience for an evening of mind-blowing originals and rock classics.

Never a band to disappoint and honing their influences of T-Rex, The Beatles, Pink Floyd and David Bowie, LEMONJUICE will thrill with a rotating selection of fan favourites from their new, original album THE SOUND OF STRAWBERRY which was released in May of this year, plus covers of many rock classics.

Check out their performance of the Album’s lead track and crowd favourite “Boo Hoo” here.

Accomplished lead vocalist, guitarist and primary songwriter Glenn Bidmead is no stranger to the Australian music scene with his work spreading across all genres of music, encompassing everything from pop and rock to country. His compositions feature in many Australian and international Television and Film productions.

Glenn has also co-written with many of our home-grown heroes such as Keith Urban and The Veronicas and has worked with internationally renowned Guitarist Mick Jones of Foreigner fame. Other Australian talent such as ARIA nominated vocalist and Golden Guitar winner Brooke McClymont, Adam Thompson of Chocolate Starfish and X-Factor Australia Contestants JTR have also written with Glenn.

Filling out the LEMONJUICE line-up on the night will be Phil Morello (guitar/BV), Bill Risby (Keys/BV), Tom Ruki (bass/BV) and Paul Bidmead (drums/BV)


Tickets are $22 at the door or $20 from Moshtix

https://moshtix.com.au/v2/event/lemonjuice-dave-wilkins-band/108400 or

www.facebook.com/LemonjuiceMusic or


Doors: 8pm


Socials: www.facebook.com/LemonjuiceMusic




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