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Skyscraper Stan heading for Red Room

TALL ORDER: New Zealander Skyscraper Stan is among artists set to perform at Ararat Hotel’s Red Room.

TALL ORDER: New Zealander Skyscraper Stan is among artists set to perform at Ararat Hotel’s Red Room.

Ararat Live will present a diverse line-up of musical talent during the rest of 2019.
The not-for-profit group hosts original live music at venues in Ararat and other parts of western Victoria.
Two performances have been scheduled for July, both at Ararat Hotel’s Red Room.
On July 3, 198-centimetre tall New Zealander Skyscraper Stan will hit the stage with country blues tunes influenced by the likes of Nick Cave, Paul Kelly and Sam Cooke.
He has toured widely in Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam, sharing stages with some of Australia’s leading artists.
Later in the month Ararat Live will present its fourth NAIDOC Week concert, on July 17, with Phil and Trudy Edgeley.
Trudy, an indigenous woman with Irish, Jamaican and Solomon Island heritage, joined Phil, an English bluesman, several years ago. Her blend of vocals and percussion combine with Phil’s blues guitar to provide a great musical experience.
Ararat Rural City Council will support the Ararat Live NAIDOC Week show.
The cost for both shows is $20, with the money going towards performers and supporting future events.
The remaining shows for 2019 are: Shaun Kirk, August 14; Mandy Connell, September 11; Jimi Hocking, October 9; Joel Havea, November 13; and Steve Poltz, November 27.
All Ararat Live shows are open to the general public, but the group encourages potential guests to join its mailing list by calling David Nicholson on 0409 848 960 or emailing
People can also search for ‘Ararat Live’ on Facebook.

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