Motor Ace – Sun 26th Jan / Two Last Names – GERF Fundraiser

Motor Ace – Sun 26th Jan / Two Last Names – GERF Fundraiser

In light of the recent devastating bush fires Motor Ace have decided to to make their Live at the Bundy show a fundraiser for victims of these events and will be foregoing their performance fee. All other costs associated with this show will be covered by Live at the Bundy

Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund have been providing funds for Gippslandians affected by natural disasters since 1978. We believe this is the best way to get the money to where it’s needed the most.

Sound & light production, support band, accommodation, riders and booking fees will all be covered by Live at the Bundy.
Raffle tickets will be $2 each for this occasion and if any businesses wanted to donate prizes or funds towards the donation they will be welcomed.

All posters are donated by Sale Signtorque and print advertising provided by The Gippsland Times

Almost 17 years since it was first released, Motor Ace’s classic 2002 album Shoot This will now be issued on vinyl for the first time and they’ll be bringing a fresh batch to The Bundy Hall.

To mark the occasion of its release on June 28, the band has overseen a slight twist on the album’s original cover artwork. The album will be pressed as a limited run of white vinyl.

An ARIA Number One album on release, Shoot This was initially demoed after Motor Ace wrapped up touring their 2001 debut Five Star Laundry. “It was an exciting time for us,” drummer Damo Costin says of the album’s conception. “We demoed the record at Hothouse Studios in Melbourne and recruited Chris Sheldon, who had mixed Foo Fighters’ The Color And The Shape to come out to Australia to record the record. The demos were really good, so there was pressure to come up with something special.”

The first song frontman Patrick ‘Patch’ Robertson presented to the band was Carry On, which would later reach 13 on the ARIA Singles Chart and figure in the Triple J’s 2002 Hottest 100 countdown.
“Patch had come in with Carry On as a demo and we were blown away,” Damo says. “It was a sign of a twist in a new direction and wider in scope.”

Support from local three piece rockers, ‘Two Last Names’, who are celebrating their new line up and upcoming single releases.
This will be a summers day not to be missed.

BBQ – 6pm

Doors Open – 7pm

Two Last Names – 7:30pm

Motor Ace – 8:30pm

Tickets – $50