Rob Caudill (us) as Rod Stewart, & Jeff Duff as David Bowie (arvo) Dan Warner and the Night Parrots, Clio Renner (evening)


1:00 pmSaturday, 4 March


Memo Music Hall

88 Acland St, St Kilda VIC 3182

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Get ready for the best BRITISH INVASION of all time! There’s a new show on the road and if you are a fan of Bowie, Elton John or Rod Stewart you simply can’t miss it. This high quality tribute act utilising the phenomenal talents of the best performers in the business coming to MEMO Music Hall. Promising a once in a lifetime chance to see the superstars and legends of British rock perform not only all your favourite hits, but together, BRITISH INVASION will also feature a band worthy of such legends.

ROD STEWART performed by Rob Caudill: Rob Caudill has spent 15 years in Las Vegas performing his high energy, critically acclaimed, international tribute act. All his life people told him he looked and sounded like Rod so when it was suggested to him by Joe Walsh of The Eagles that he give it a shot, he did and has never looked back. Audiences believe its Rod on the stage with women screaming themselves hoarse in appreciation!

“…Robs voice and look is unbelievable. It is like looking at Rod Stewart himself” John Entwhistle of “The Who”

DAVID BOWIE performed by Jeff Duff: Jeff Duff has performed Bowie in a number of hit shows such as Ziggy – The Songs of David Bowie, Bowie Unzipped and Ground Control to Frank Sinatra and never fails to delight Bowie fans. With an international career spanning decades, Duff is the obvious choice to play David Bowie – an androgynous, gender bending skinny white guy with a fabulous baritone and enormous talent. He’s been entertaining Australian audiences for decades since Kush in the 70s, the Jeff Duff Orchestra and now in his Bowie shows.

“Sinatra, Presley, Jagger, Popeye and now Duffo” – Andy Warhol


MEMO Music Hall is hosting the exclusive launch of ‘Maybe, then…’ the acclaimed album released by Dan Warner and the Night Parrots at the start of the summer.

Over 30 years, Dan Warner’s voice has become a celebrated part of the Melbourne soundscape, and his band features other superb local musicians, including Ash Davies and Marcel Borrack.

“Melbourne is acknowledged as one of the world’s great music cities and it’s thanks to the likes of Dan Warner. As a solo artist, in a duo, or a band this guy is an underrated champion whose songs resonate and performances inspire. I’ve always loved his original work and can’t wait to hear his new solo material.” – Paulie Stewart, Painters And Dockers

‘Every Moon is Blue’. It’s a tranquil testament to Dan Warner’s one-of-a-kind artistry, graceful vocals,and mastery of dynamics and arrangement that’ll keep you in good company ’til ‘Maybe, then…’ drops on October 14th.” – Jack Anderson, KUTX

This gig will be the first time Dan and the Night Parrots have performed songs from ‘Maybe, then…’, the album proclaimed to be essential to the ‘soundtrack of the summer’ of ‘22/’23.

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