After The Goldrush: A Celebration Of Neil Young’s Music

After the Goldrush: A Celebration of Neil Young’s music in support of beyondblue: The National Depression InitiativeMark will be joining a bunch of other Sydney musicians to perform one very special, one-off show at Notes in Newtown on 25th August 2011. For one special night, witness some of Sydney’s fineset musicians pay tribute to Neil Young’s classic album ‘After the Goldrush’ and his Greatest Hits. Backed by the 6 piece house band -‘The Shakeys’, especially put together for this event. Proceeds from the show will be donated to beyondblue.This special event is the passion-project of Sydney singer-songwriter Bryan Estepa. Wanting to give something back to music, the idea of a charity show to support beyondblue was born. beyondblue: the national depression initiative is an independent, not-for-profit organisation working to address issues associated with depression, anxiety and related disorders in Australia. Proceeds from this show will be donated to this great organisation. www.beyondblue.org.au.Mark will be joined by Jason Walker, Paul Andrews (Lazy Susan), Bryan Estepa, Tom Stone, Sam Shinazzi, Emma Swift, Suzy Connolly, Danny Yau, Simon Bruce, Jo Meares with more to be announced. So come join us for what will surely be a great night of rock and roll and a joyous celebration of Neil’s music. A night not to be missed! Tickets are available NOW at the Notes website or at this link:
http://noteslive.oztix.com.au/default.aspx?Event=21994Pre-ordered tickets go into the draw to win prizes on the night.

For more information visit http://www.yauami.com/afterthegoldrush

This event is also proudly sponsored and supported by Sydney’s iconic Rock Shop – Troy Horse.

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