Two pianists & one drummer. What can they do?
A better question is what can’t the Stomping Ivories do! They’ve had three sell-out performances at the Bunker in recent years and are returning for one night – and one night only – Thursday 11 October.
Don’t miss out – book your tickets now! $40 (plus small booking fee). Doors open at 6.30 pm, entertainment begins at 7.30 pm. Cash bar available. Call in 10 am to 4 pm to prepurchase or phone us on 6651 7343 to book & pay.
After filling the old halls and theatres of Australia, the Stomping Ivories are now performing on international stages to rave reviews. The world-class pianists and drummer sing their way through Gershwin to Gaga bringing crowds along for the ride. Greg Agar, Hugh Murray and Murray Sheridan are the Stomping Ivories. Now touring the world with two grand pianos and a drum kit!
The vocal trio swerves off a seemingly spontaneous hit list of over 350 songs from Gershwin to Gaga.
It’s a hit concept sparked from the piano halls of New Orleans but organically infused with hundreds of performances across the back roads of Australia and now to rave reviews in Europe. With rock’n’roll swagger, they deftly weave the hits songs of all eras, turning any venue into an intimate space where audiences can’t help but sing along.
As at ease with the honky-tonk of Elton John, the rock of AC/DC or Queen, from Mancini to Madonna or the swingin’ class of Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald, their roguish spontaneity is a guarantee for one-off memorable moments every time they step on stage.
With songwriting credits alongside Keith Urban, INXS and USA soul legend Lou Rawls, Hugh has songs on albums near one million sales. Greg and Murray have a recent national Aria award as producer and engineer respectively. None other than Al Pacino chose a song co-written by Greg to sing and act out on film as the lead track in his latest Hollywood film ‘Danny Collins’.