New Years at the Murrah with sacred cow and Dinesh Moylan

16/02/2019 Posted by admin

Sarah Cowan (second from right) and her band sacred cow will be playing at the Murrah for New Years. THIS New Year is shaping up to what looks like the busiest in years for the Murrah.
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A music and dance night will be held at the Murrah Hall on January 3 from 8pm, with bands sacred cow and Dinesh Moylan performing.

Unable to feel comfortable in any pre-existing genre, Moylan had to create his own, calling it “country and Eastern”.

His songs are cooked up from a strange brew, with ingredients gathered from a childhood spent in Canberra and Greece; time spent in India; blues, rock and roots music, and distilled through the solitude of a crystal clear mountain morning.

Sarah Cowan is delighted to be bringing the latest mutation of the sacred cow herd back to the Murrah Hall.

With their genre-hopping, original repertoire of blues, rock, pop and social commentary, sacred cow’s earthy songs are delivered with groove and enough contagious enthusiasm to have you singing along and stomping the dance floor from start to finish.

Cowan’s distinctive voice, melodic tunings and percussive guitar style are ably supported by Pete Rich’s (Oz Rock Roadshow) gut-felt guitar, Jeremy C Kemp’s (Spicy Fruit Chutney) sweet and funky bass sounds and colourful drummer, Kerry Mather’s dancing rhythms.

Add Jo Baxter’s stunning harmonies and you have a band who are just as comfortable playing a sweet love song as they are ripping it up with an anti-establishment rock anthem.

This really will be a night of something fresh for your cover-jaded, karaoke-bored ears, with song writing of the highest order.

And make sure you remember to bring your dancing shoes!

The Murrah Hall is a family friendly venue and community meeting place and the best live music and dance hotspot.

Moylan and sacred cow have both recently released their newest CDs, available on the night.

They will be playing at the Murrah Hall, 15km south of Bermagui, on January 3 from 8pm with gates open at 7.30pm.

Tickets are $20 and $15 concession.

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