KATIE NOONAN TRIO to perform in Eumundi

KATIE NOONAN TRIO to perform in Eumundi


Saturday 24 April – @Imperial Hotel Eumundi

The Katie Noonan Trio will be taking to the stage in The Brewery at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi on Saturday 24 April, debuting brand new songs and supported by The Feral Cats of Tokyo.

Fourteen years ago, Katie Noonan recorded her debut solo album ‘SKIN’ in Sydney and Los Angeles while 4-8 months pregnant and holding the hand of an awesome one-year-old boy called Dexter. Now 14 years later, Katie’s new band features her 15-year-old son Dexter on drums! Joining the mum and son team is extraordinary bassist/producer Steele Chabau.

Over the last five years, since releasing her all-originals crowd-funded and critically acclaimed album ‘Transmutant’, Katie has been building up a new body of work for her next album and alongside Steele and Dexter, they will be presenting the first live iterations of these new tunes at the Imperial Hotel.

Dexter’s other band, The Feral Cats of Tokyo (all alumni of Katie’s Eumundi School of Rock), will be playing the opening spot to boot! This band’s development was generously sponsored by The Imperial Hotel under the mentorship of Katie’s husband Zac Hurren.

The Feral Cats of Tokyo



Over the past 20 years, five-time ARIA award-winning artist Katie Noonan has proven herself one of Australia’s most hardworking, versatile and prolific artists. Named one of the greatest Australian singers of all time by the Herald Sun, Katie has produced 20 studio albums throughout her career, with seven times platinum record sales under her belt and 27 ARIA award nominations that span diverse genres.

Katie first came into the nation’s view in 2002 while fronting indie rock band george – their debut album, the two-times platinum ‘Polyserena’, rolled in at number one in the ARIA charts. They ultimately won the ARIA award for Breakthrough Artist that same year.

Since then, Katie has performed by invitation for members of the Danish and British Royal families, and His Holiness the 13th Dalai Lama. She was an inaugural recipient of the prestigious Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship in 2011, an honour awarded to candidates that display outstanding talent and exceptional courage. In 2018, Katie took on the Commonwealth Games Opening and Closing ceremonies as Music Director, performing to more than a billion viewers worldwide.

Katie is a rare songwriter; equally at home leading a symphony orchestra as she is performing in a small jazz club, she has the ability to flourish in any genre – whether that’s in gentle folk storytelling or in the grandiosity of an operatic performance. Katie has also collaborated with Australian electronic producers Flight Facilities on their acclaimed 2014 record ‘Down To Earth’, and in 2016 she TICKETS: Pre-sale $50 (+ booking fee) through Oztix. 18+ event. No door sales.

Doors open 8pm.

To comply with Covid-safe practices, there is LIMITED seating at this event.  Seating is non-allocated – first come, first served. There will be plenty of standing room.

Ticket holders’ information will be collected for the purposes of Track & Tracing to comply with current restrictions. Providing your info is a condition of entry to this event.

Imperial Hotel Courtesy Bus

The Imperial Hotel’s FREE courtesy bus operates Friday and Saturday nights from 5pm, travelling to Eumundi, Belli Park, Cooroy, Doonan, Eerwah Vale, North Arm, and Verrierdale. Phone Aaron on 0478 814 169 on the day to book.