Thu 7 Apr 2016

PBS is very pleased to announce the next Rock-A-Bye Baby session on Thursday, April 7 with a French Gypsy swing party featuring La Mauvaise Réputation.

La Mauvaise Réputation are Australia’s most authentic interpreters of the wild rhythms and passion of 1930s Parisian hot jazz and the beautiful melodies of classic French chanson – sung in French of course!

A four piece ensemble of vocals/guitar (Paul Gillett), accordion (Salvatore Greco), double-bass (Enzo Ruberto) and the extraordinary talents of internationally-acclaimed manouche guitarist Jon Delaney, the group’s repertoire specialises in the timeless songs of Edith Piaf, Charles Trenet, Serge Gainsbourg, Jean Sablon and the unique sounds of Django Reinhardt.

PBS’ Rock-A-Bye-Baby Sessions are for adults and kids alike and feature artists from all genres and cultures. It’s our way of helping breed the next generation of punters in music-mad Melbourne.

Rock-A-Bye Baby is a no-frills, daytime show for families of all ages and your chance to see a real band without fear of sugary drinks or costumed characters.

Now in its seventh consecutive year, PBS’ Rock-A-Bye-Baby music sessions welcome noise, encourage crawling and expect dancing!

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PBS Rock-A-Bye Baby Music Sessions
featuring La Mauvaise Réputation
Thursday April 7 at Fitzroy Town Hall,
Napier Street, Fitzroy
11am – noon, adults $5, children free
Free entry for the first 50 concession card holders

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