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JESS HOLLAND

ISSUE 70 3.2.12

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Emily Crane catches up with the legendary rocker Bobby Rydell, who is performing at the Blacktown Workers Club next month...

STILL PLAYING THE OLD CLASSICS

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ootage of a youthful Olivia Newton John and John Travolta dancing and flirting with each other at Rydell High will be forever etched into history thanks to the hit film ‘Grease’. But what about the music legend whose name originally inspired the famous Rydell High to begin with? To say that Bobby Rydell’s influence on popular music has been quite profound would be an understatement. So much so that when the producers of the world’s largest selling movie soundtrack album, ‘Grease’, wanted to pay tribute to the era in which it was set, they named the school where most of the action took place as Rydell High. In 1995 his hometown of Philadelphia named the street he was born the ‘Bobby Rydell Boulevard’ – quite a tribute to a city’s favourite native son. And even Wildwood, New Jersey, has a street named for Bobby in appreciation for his massive hit ‘Wildwood Days’. But despite his worldwide fame, Bobby is still humble and says he is only in it for his fans. “I have a very good fan base and each time I come down to Australia it’s like a love affair,” he gushed. “I just see the looks on their faces and no matter what I do, it’s like I can’t do anything wrong in their eyes.” Bobby’s career spans six decades and encompasses every area of entertainment – making him deserving of his reputation as a classic performer. He is a superb singer whose voice has matured over the years and he has proved to be an outstanding drummer, an agile dancer and an extremely fine

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actor, with an unsurpassed knack for comedy. His debut in the late 50s as a rock n roll teen idol lead to starring roles on such hit films as ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ and plays such as ‘West Side Story’. Bobby has also made countless network television appearances throughout the world on shows such as ‘Ed Sullivan’, ‘Jack Benny’, ‘George Burns’, ‘Milton Berle’, ‘Perry Como’, ‘American Bandstand’ and ‘Brian Henderson’s Bandstand’. A polished performer at the age of 19, Bobby was the youngest ever person to headline the famous Copacabana in New York. But it’s his successful singing career that brings him back to Australia year after year. Bobby’s recording career earned him 34 top 40 hits placing him in the top five artists of the era. His hits include singles ‘Volare’, ‘Wild One’, ‘We Got Love’, ‘Kissin’ Time’, ‘Swinging School’ and ‘Forget Him’, which sold more than 25 million records over the years. Today, Bobby enjoys a busy schedule throughout the world as a headline performer. Whilst he performs regularly in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, for the past 25 years he has also performed on hundreds of shows with Frankie Avalon and Fabian, with the trio as the Golden Boys. Australia has welcomed him for some 20 years and now Bobby is gearing up for another tour next month. “Every chance I get I can’t wait to come back to Australia,” Bobby said. “My first appearance was in 1969 at the old Sydney Stadium. It’s exciting to see the people I’ve met over those years

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every 18 months when I come back. “I could just live [in Australia] tomorrow. Everything is great and the reception is really phenomenal.” Despite his myriad of hits, Bobby says his Australian fans are always keen to hear the old records – some of which he doesn’t even play in the United States. “There are some big hits that are bigger in Australia than America and I never did them when I first came here,” he said. “Fans came up to me and said ‘what about this, what about that’, so I started playing them.” Pre-1962 songs like ‘The ChaCha-Cha’, ‘Good Time Baby’, ‘Swingin’ School’ and ‘Kissin’ Time’ are crowd favourites here in Australia, according to Bobby. “‘Kissin’ Time was a hit for me in the States and Australia, to the point where I even recorded an Australia version of the song,” Bobby said. The seasoned performer plays with local bands and musicians when he tours abroad, and he’ll tour Australia with the Allstars Orchestra and The AllStars when he comes down under in March. “The musicianship in Australia is

absolutely phenomenal. I’ve never had a problem with any band in Australia – that’s the least of my worries,” he said. “The only time I worry is if I’m in a city and there’s no Oyster Kilpatrick on the menu, then I get really mad.” Of all the teen idols of the day the singing and performance of Bobby Rydell was unquestionably the most polished. The teen idol, now a seasoned performer, continues to sell out shows throughout the world, and without any doubt Bobby Rydell is a true American music icon. He is well regarded in the music industry with the likes of Bob Hayden from Big Beat of The Fifties saying: “If you have not seen Bobby Rydell perform you have deprived yourself of something very special. When he returns to Australia make sure you are there!”

Bobby Rydell and The All Stars will play live at the Blacktown Workers Club on Saturday, March 17 at 8pm. Tickets are $45. For more information and to purchase tickets call 9830 0600 or visit www. workersclub.com.au.


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t’s ‘awards season’ over in Hollywood and it’s time for Aussie audiences to catch all the films that the critics love and the big golden statues get awarded to – ‘The Artist’ is one of those films. It’s Hollywood 1927, George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) is a silent movie superstar. The advent of the talkies will sound the death knell for his career and see him fall into oblivion. For young extra Peppy Miller (Bérénice Bejo), it seems the sky’s the limit – major movie stardom awaits. ‘The Artist’ tells the story of their interlinked destinies. The foreign film stars French actors Jean Dujardin, as silent star George Valentin, and Bérénice Bejo, who plays Peppy Miller, a young actress who’s chasing her big break. Most of ‘The Artist’ is silent, it is purely shown in black-and-white and has been receiving nominations from nearly every international movie awards ceremony across the globe. At the recent Golden Globe Awards, the film was nominated for six statues, the most of any film that year. It took home half, winning ‘Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy’, ‘Best Original Score’ and ‘Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy’.

Probably the coolest thing about this movie is how authentically true it is to the silent movies of early last century. ‘The Artist’ was made in the same screen ratio commonly used in the silent film era. Even though the film is presented in blackand-white, it was actually shot in colour. All the technical aspects including lenses, lighting and camera moves, were calibrated to get the look just right. ‘The Artist’ is a critics’ dream. It’s almost impossible to find a critic out there who doesn’t have something good to say about this film. On review website Rotten Tomatoes, 97 per cent of critics gave the film a positive review based on more than 160 reviews. One critic loved all the emotional levels the film portrays: “A gift that keeps on giving, ‘The Artist’ is a film that demands your attention at every moment. All senses are glued to the screen and director Michel Hazanavicius delivers with drama, laughter, romance and stellar performances from his cast”. Another critic from the UK’s Uncut Magazine commented on the film’s silent aspect: “Initially, the lack of spoken dialogue is discomfiting. Once you’ve adjusted to its storytelling conventions, though, you almost forget that this is a silent film”. So in the words of Molly Meldrum, do yourself a favour this week and head back in time to the golden age of Hollywood cinema and check out the movie that has everyone talking… well? ‘The Artist’ is rated PG and is currently showing at Hoyts Penrith.

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The Frocks Venue: Penrith Panthers Free entry, 6.30pm 1800 061 991 High Maintenance Venue: Penrith Hotel Free entry, 10pm 4721 2060 Original Sin – INXS Show Venue: St Marys Band Club Free entry, 9pm 9623 1211 After Dark Venue: St Marys Band Club Free entry, 9pm 9623 1211 The Collective Venue: St Marys Leagues Free entry, 9pm 9677 7777

Original Sin – Australia’s premier INXS tribute show pays homage to one of the most popular and successful bands, including their talented frontman Michael Hutchence. The show covers songs spanning all three decades, from their debut self-titled album ‘INXS’, through to ‘Shabooh Shoobah’, ‘The Swing’, ‘Listen Like Thieves’, ‘KICK’, ‘X’, ‘Elegantly Wasted’ and ‘Switch’.

They Call Me Bruce Venue: Penrith Gaels Free entry, 8pm 4722 8180 The Kamis Venue: Rooty Hill RSL Free entry, 8pm 9625 5500 Dean Bourne – Roy Orbison Reborn Venue: Rooty Hill RSL $26, 8pm

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Stevie – The Life Story Venue: Penrith Panthers $45.50, 7.30pm 1800 061 991

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Tim Minchin Versus The Orchestras Round II Venue: State Theatre $49-$129, 8pm 9373 6655 SBTRKT Venue: Metro Theatre $41.90, 8pm 9550 3666 Courtyard Sessions Venue: Seymour Centre Free, 6pm 9351 7940 Songs For Nobodies Venue: Sydney Opera House $79-$109, 8.15pm 9250 7777 Incubus with Papa vs Pretty Venue: Hordern Pavilion $89.90 +bf, 8pm 9921 5333 The Music Makers Club Venue: Oxford Art Factory Free, 8pm 9332 3711

For a festival line up that’s pretty over the moon, this year’s St Jeromes Laneway Festival should not be missed. The boutique festival prides itself on presenting mostly indie and underground acts. And with the Sydney College of Arts as its backdrop, the cool hipster vibe makes for an epic day out. The huge line up includes the likes of M83, The Drums, Laura Marling, The Horrors, Cults and The Panics.

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Venue: The Old Fitzroy Theatre $25-28, 9pm 9294 4296 Judith Lucy Venue: Sydney Comedy Store, Moore Park $35-40, 7pm 9357 1419 Saturday February 4 J Boog & Million Stylez Venue: Metro Theatre $49.70, 8pm 9550 3666 Katherine Ellis Venue: The Basement $35, 9.30pm 9251 2797 Tipper Venue: Manning Bar, USYD 9pm 9563 6000 The Classic Kings Venue: Coogee Diggers $25.50, 8pm 9665 4466 Totally Gaga - The Australian Lady Gaga Show Venue: Matraville RSL Free, 8pm 9311 1993 Martin Eyerer (Germany) Venue: The Spice Cellar, Sydney $20, 10pm www.thespicecellar.com.au The Only, Wax Motif Venue: Soho, Potts Point Free, 10pm

9358 6511 The Catholics Venue: 505 Club, Surry Hills $15-20, 8.30pm www.venue505.com Clubbers Guide to 2012 Venue: Chinese Laundry 9pm 8295 9999 The Paper Kites Venue: FBi Social $15, 8pm Pear Shape Venue: The Standard 8pm www.wearethestandard.com.au SoSueMe Venue: Oxford Art Factory $10, 8pm 9332 3711 Sunday February 5 The Peter Head Trio Venue: Harbour View Hotel, The Rocks Free, 4pm 9252 4111 Seether (South Africa) Venue: Metro Theatre $59.90, 8pm 9519 9231 St Jeromes Laneway Festival Venue: Sydney College of the Arts $135, 11.30am The Subterraneans Venue: Town Hall Hotel, Newtown Free, 7pm

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L a k e s Saturday 11th February • Family Astronomy Night Astronomical Uniqueness - Are we alone? UWS, Great Western Highway, Werrington North, Building AO. Contact 4736 0135 (Mon, Wed, Thur) Sunday 12th February • The Ladies Of Country Panthers, Mulgoa Road, Penrith Contact 1800 061 991 Sunday 12th February • Kingswood Food and Craft Market Kingswood High School, Bringelly Road, Kingswood. Contact 0410 038 044 Sunday 12th February • Vicary’s Vineyard Craft Market Vicary’s Winery, The Northern Road, Luddenham. Contact 4773 4161 Sunday February 12th • Family Fun Day Penrith RSL, Tindale Street, Penrith

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ean Bourne, the world’s number one tribute artist to the late great Roy Orbison, is performing all the classics of the ‘Big O’ this Saturday, February 4 at the Rooty Hill RSL. Dean is so authentic it’s said that Roy Orbison’s persona lives inside of him. Everywhere he goes Dean receives standing ovations as he continues to mesmerise audiences with his unique ability to recreate the magic and great hits of Roy Orbison. Dean has been described as “the new Roy Orbison” both physically and vocally performing iconic hits like ‘Pretty Woman’, ‘Crying’, ‘Dream Baby’, ‘Danny Boy’, ‘Only The Lonely’, ‘In Dreams’, ‘Candy Man’, ‘You Got It’, ‘Workin’ For The Man’ and many more. So if you’re a fan of the ‘man in the dark shades’, come and relive the sound, the voice and all the hits in this authentic stage show. Dean Bourne stars in ‘Roy Orbison Reborn’ at the Rooty Hill RSL on Saturday, February 4 at 8pm. Tickets are $26.

Tuesday 14th February • Community Fishing Programme Sydney International Regatta Centre, Old Castlereagh Road, Penrith. Contact 4730 0000 Tuesday 14th February • Valentines Night Mamre House, 181 Mamre Road, Orchard Hills. Contact 9670 5321 THEATRE AND PERFORMANCES Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre and Q Theatre 597 High Street, Penrith Contact 4723 7600 www.jspac.com.au 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th February • Xanadu Major Oak Theatre Restaurant, corner Queen and Belar Streets, St Marys Contact 9623 4850 Friday and Saturday Nights • Cruise Themed Comedy Theatre Restaurant ‘On Land’

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Henry Lawson Theatre Henry Lawson Avenue, Werrington. Contact 9673 6666 www.hltheatre.com.au 10th, 11th, 15th, 18th, 24th & 25th February • ‘DRY ROT’ by John Roy Chapman LOCAL EXHIBITIONS AND DISPLAYS Penrith City Library, High Street, Penrith. Contact 4732 7891. Open 9am-8pm (Monday-Friday), 9am-5pm (Saturday), 10am-5pm (Sunday) Until 9th February • Russian Display by Valentina Nadj Until 29th February • From the Cradle to the Grave: photographic series by Kerry Boytell 9th February – 7th March • Cartoon Character Figurines Collection

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KEEP YOUR EYES ON JESS HOLLAND

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LAST WORDS

Nathan Taylor gets to know rising country star, Jess Holland…

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eep your eyes on country starlet Jess Holland because she’s set to be one of the musicians to watch out for in 2012. Stepping out of the shadows of her band to record her debut solo release, ‘Introducing Jess Holland’, this 2011 Voice of Urban Country winner and Top 20 finalist in the 2011 Toyota Star Maker Competition has already been making waves on the hot and happening country music scene. Her wealth of experience in the industry and incredible voice will no doubt earn her loyal fans far and wide. Jess’ debut album ‘Introducing Jess Holland’ is out now. This debut album of yours is fantastic, how would you sum up the album? It’s a little jigsaw puzzle about Jess Holland. It’s a great insight into my personality, who I am and my experiences. I consider it to be a strong album with quite a ‘ballsy’ kind of lyric, which sums me up quite well.

How have people responded to the album? I’ve received great feedback, which I’m very excited about. I’m establishing quite a good fan base, which is very exciting. From a young girl you were learning the crafts of country music, was there any question that you were going to head in that direction? I don’t know whether it was always on the cards to be a country artist. I’ve always loved country music and performing, it’s in my blood and in my genes. I guess it was a natural progression for me but it was never a definite thing, I just knew I really enjoyed it. You were part of this successful band called McGee for many years, why did you decide to leave that and go solo? McGee was a flat out rock band, I did enjoy it but I really always enjoyed country music and I wanted to get myself out there

as a solo artist. For me that was the next step for people to get to know who I am and enjoy my music and it really was a great way for me to come out of my skin and step out of the shadows of McGee. Everyone knew me as the frontwoman of McGee but didn’t know Jess Holland as a person. 2011 was a huge year for you as a solo artist with plenty of touring and plenty of awards won, can you believe all this success has happened so fast? I’ve been extremely lucky and a lot of it has been purely the right place at the right time. I’ve really enjoyed every part of it and it’s such a great experience. What do you have on the horizon for 2012? I’ll be doing a lot of touring and promotion for my new album. I’ve got a film clip coming out this month on the Country Music Channel, which I’m really excited about.

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Cafe Whitew Whitewater water is now o open 7 Days and a new menu hass been especia especially ally prepared. Why not come and try some great dishes which include: Eggs Benedict

Gourmet Pies

Pasta

Crunchy Cajan Chicken

Chicken & Pumpkin Salad

Steak Dianne

or if you wish just a simple snack such as a Beef or Veggie Burger Come in & give it a try, have a coffee whilst enjoying the great view

Cafe Whitewater

LOCATED IN PENRITH WHITEWATER STADIUM, McCarthy’s Lane Cranebrook P: 4730 4746 www.penrithwhitewater.com.au Ample Parking Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 8-3pm, Sat-Sun 8-4pm

Tranquility & Peace of Mind on your own island ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

LAKESIDE

MOUTH WATERING

R E S TA U R A N T

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Chilli Prawns (served in cast irom pot) ■ Crispy Asian Chicken ■

Parmesan Truffle Gnocchi Main Sample

Seafood Pot (served in cast irom pot) ■ Herb crusted New Zealand Vension ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

6 Course Degustation Menus available

NEW EXTENSIVE WINE LIST Opening Times Thursday for Lunch-Dinner Friday for Lunch-Dinner Saturday for Brunch, Lunch-Dinner Sunday for Brunch

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International Regatta Centre Gate A, Old Castlereagh Rd, Penrith Lakes www.lakesiderestaurant.com.au Ph: 4729 3222

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