‘Guardians of The Galaxy’ THE JENSENS PLAY 70’s SOUNDTRACK 

Saturday 30 April – Imperial Hotel Eumundi    Fresh off their sold-out 'Stop Making Sense' Talking Heads Tribute tour, for this show, the  Jensens try their hand at 1970's rock, pop, soul and AM radio classics from this much- beloved soundtrack.     Hailing from Brisbane's inner suburbs, and with roots to the Sunshine Coast, The Jensens  combine elements of pop, disco, psychedelic and classic rock to form their own brand of  indie rock with a retro heart and a modern glaze.     Known for their live performances as much as their studio output, The Jensens have  toured with bands such as Kingswood, Last Dinosaurs, The Vaccines and Spiderbait and  played many a festival including Splendour In The Grass, The Big Pineapple Music  Festival and Jungle Love, to name a few.    Their latest studio offering is the much-anticipated full LP 'Hammer & Blush', an existential  questioning of what it means to be alive in modernity. Loaded with a refined blend of  psych-rock and disco, it’s their truest most optimistic expression yet of 21st century life.    TICKETS: $25 (+ booking fee) through Oztix.   18+ event    Doors open at 7.30pm   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 

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