This Weekend @ The Sando

Nat Col & The Kings (EP Launch) with Carrie Phillis & The Downtown Three + Bitter Sweet Kicks

After wrapping up their first national tour and spending many sleepless nights in the studio, the long wait is over, as Nat Col & the Kings prepare to hit the road again on their second national tour, unleashing their 2nd EP, ‘Simple Things’ on the world. Nat Col & the Kings is the combination of guitarist Nathan Cavaleri, who has toured with BB King and jammed with everyone from Michael Jackson to Diesel, and former Screaming Jets Drummer Col Hatchman. With two individually amazing artists, from very different musical backgrounds, it is clear that together as Nat Col & the Kings, Nathan & Col are making their own rules as they continue to grow their own style and sound that has some solid influences from their own musical backgrounds and their guests on stage.

This show is definitely not one to be missed, and with two great supports- Carrie Phillis & The Downtown Three and Bittersweet Kicks– you’d better get there early to soak up the entire atmosphere!

Tickets are available from and at the door. Cost is $15 and doors will open @ 8pm.

saturday 20th august:


Tice & Evans

Saturday night will kick off (like it always does) at about 4pm when TICE & EVANS start your night off right with their own unique mixture of rock and blues. Its FREE downstairs, so pop on in for a beer or three and see what it takes to keep a 5 year long residency at the Sando. Also dont forget to check out Mark Evans new book Dirty Deeds, which has just been released nationally.

Crossing Red Lines with Sativa Sun + Rufflefeather

Described as an Aussie Arctic Monkeys, but with their own unique sound, south coast indie group Crossing Red Lines have developed quite a name for themselves, in quite a short time.
Melbourne based musical producer / visual artist Robbie Rowlands, AND DJ Tom from Sydney’s Eastside Radio have both independently likened CRL to the early Clash, and the boys themselves realise the importanance of keeping their sound simple. They have a unique sound ranging from funk, to indie rock & early punk, with a dash of reggae and hip hop thrown in for good measure.

CRL’s fusion experiment and spirited attitude makes them a band that has certainly arrived and should have far-reaching influences on the music scene, especially with their debut release Young and Free available from this month. The lads have played in a spate of gigs at Sydney music venues including the Raval, the Lewisham, the Roxbury, the Beach Hotel Bondi, the Charing Cross, the Annandale and this Saturday, we welcome them back to the Sando with supports Sativa Sun & Ruffle Feather.

Doors open at 8pm and entry is just $10!

sunday 21st august:


Dom Turner’s Supro

Dom Turner and Supro are a mixture of three-parts blues, two parts surf-rock, a heavy spoonful of dub laced with a splash of Tabasco spiced New Orleans funk, all blended with a helping of Tex-Mex jalapenos, salt, reverb and voices from the dead and traditionally served with your choice of ice cold beer. In other words- they’re the perfect way to end your week!

The band combines old and new, living and dead to create a sound that is a mix of blues, surf and dub. ‘Dom Turner and Supro’ have rocked audiences at numerous festivals including East Coast Blues Festival, the Australian Blues Festival and the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and this Sunday, they’re doing it here at the Sando & ITS FREE from 4pm.

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