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Alisa Fedele, one of Sydney's nest jazz
musicians, is launching her EP Honest this
month. Alisa will be performing several gigs
around Sydney with her seven-piece band.
Inspired by the likes of Nat King Cole, Eva
Cassidy and Ella Fitzgerald, this powerful
musician never disappoints.
Our top Alisa gigs for the month are her EP
launch on April 7th at The Basement and
her free gig at BB's in Bondi on April 23rd.
Head to The Basement for an intimate night
of dinner and the show, or to the Bondi gig
for the free art exhibition and body painting.
Full gig listings at alisafedele.com.
LOTL had a chat with the sultry songstress.
Read our interview at lotl.com and enter to
win a double pass for The Basement gig.
Divas: One Night Only!
So Whitney disappointed, but you still have a penchant for divalicious tunes?
Then why not check out Divas: For One Night Only at the Concert Hall at
QPAC. Leisa Barry-Smith, Julie Cotterell, Angela Harding, Belinda Heit and
Naomi Price will be putting their stamp on a series of showtunes, hit tunes and chart
topping ballads with just a hint of humour to spice up the blend. Assisting them in their
charge will be a fabulous live big band, led by the incomparable Maitlohn Drew. Tix
$41 + booking fee, from QTIX 136 246.
Smash the Church, Smash the State
Feel in the mood for some literary natter? Then you may want to catch the discussion session for Smash the Church, Smash the State: The Early Years of Gay Liberation -- a selection
of essays by dykes, drag queens, transsexuals, and queers of colour, who built the radical movement of sexual minorities in the 1960s and '70s. The book provides often overlooked
insights into modern queer history and useful lessons for today's generation of Q activists. The rst session kicks off on April 13 at 7pm at the Solidarity Salon in Brunswick. You
can have dinner for $8 and attending the session is free.
Desert Island icks
You're stranded with
only five films - what
would they be? In
April and May of 2010
the Australian Centre
for the Moving Image
(ACMI) is stranding some
more Aussie legends on
a metaphorical desert
island - and instead of
five discs they can only
take five flicks! The
question on everyone lips
is - what will they be?
After Adam Elliot and David Stratton revealed their top five to packed houses
ACMI are readying their next two celebrity 'castaways' Chris Masters and
Aunty Joy Murphy Wandin who will reveal their own insights and personal
stories behind their top five films - the ONLY films they could pack if they
were banished to a desert island. What do you think their top picks will be?
Check out Chris Masters' top flicks on April 15 at 7pm.
One month, two long weekends, and two hot dates on the Sydney social
calendar you cant miss from the crew at B!tch. Easter weekend, Sunday April
4 will see the first Revolution party for 2010, Expect an all night party with
huge production, shows, live musicians, and a massive act to make these
parties stand out. Drumroll please! Incredibly hot international DJ Helena
Atherton (UK/Ibiza) will be joining the girls.
If that's not enough to get you wet -- how about a girl in uniform? This ANZAC
weekend head for the action at the last Summer Salt of this season, and grab
your last chance to soak up the sunshine at Cruise Bar, before we pack up til
next summer. Zoe Badwi (#1 Release Me) will be performing live along with
a feast of other performers TBA. Check it out Sunday April 25, 2pm til late.
This year's Australia Day party sold out -- so make sure to point your mouse
to bitchnews.com.au to grab presale tix now!
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