He had nothing more than a grant of $3000 and a vision for nurturing creative and experimental jazz performance and composition. The Melbourne Jazz Co-operative announced its arrival with a concert at RMIT’s Glasshouse Theatre on the Australia Day weekend in 1983 with a Sunday afternoon concert. On the bill was the Paul Grabowsky Tro, making its debut, with the young Grabowsky on piano, the late Gary Costello on bass and Allan Browne on drums.
Venue 505 in Sydney is now open for cocktail hour from 7pm Mondays and 6pm Tuesday-Saturdays, with $12 house cocktails till 7.30pm!!
January 2013 @ Lebowski’s
…if you haven’t heard them before, come along and find out why The New York Times described them as ‘one of the greatest bands in the world’…