Whether it is a performance of extreme technical musicianship or striking that perfect chemistry on stage that makes a performance electrifying, Saving Mae makes every beat count. Starting from small dreams of leading a rock band, front woman Emma Jury began the search for the players that would make such a dream come true. From peers studying music within her course to friends of friends within the Melbourne music scene, Saving Mae is the culmination of experience, professionalism and the absolute passion that led every one of these musicians to the stage.
Coming to the Workers club on January the 30th, Saving Mae promise to bring music from iconic groups like Silverchair, Paramore and Fleetwood Mac to centre stage with powerhouse vocals, dynamic drums and punchy bass.
Ally Eley is an 18 year old singer songwriter from the western suburbs of Melbourne. Ally has been singing since before she can remember and started writing songs at 12. Ally hopes her music can make a positive contribution to people's journey and inspire and connect with people.
Sadie Mustoe is a modern-day storyteller whose pop-indie-folk music takes audiences on a journey seen through the eyes of a down-to-earth Melbourne teenager. With a string of song-writing, vocal and stage awards and almost 30 festival appearances, Sadie Mustoe released her single ‘More’ in 2020 and is working towards a release for 2021.
After nearly 2 YEARS away from the live scene, Run Rabbit Run are diving right the heck back into it for a nostalgic show at The Workers Club on Saturday the 30th of January. Come hang out and enjoy some live music FINALLY, and let’s leave 2020 well and truly in the dust!