Travel back to music's golden age with Alive in the 70s

Guitarist Angus Young and Singer Brian Johnson of AC/DC perform on stage during the legendary Australian rock band's Rock or Bust World Tour in 2015 in Melbourne. Picture: Chris Hopkins
Guitarist Angus Young and Singer Brian Johnson of AC/DC perform on stage during the legendary Australian rock band's Rock or Bust World Tour in 2015 in Melbourne. Picture: Chris Hopkins

Take a trip back to a world of platforms and polyester with Alive in the 70s, a Sydney based six-piece band that celebrates all the hits of the era.

This bunch of groovers is known for rollicking, high energy shows that quickly pull an audience from their seat to fill the dance floor.

The band is fronted by soul-mate vocalists Mama Cath - a child of the '70s who has lived, loved, lost, turned a few heads and now sings all about it - alongside Papa Pan, who is larger than life and guaranteed to rock you to your roots.

From ABBA to ACDC, Boz Scaggs to the Bee Gees and Hot Chocolate to Hush, Alive in the 70s covers the full spectrum of hits from the '70s.

Ranging from rock and roll classics like Devil Gate Drive and Long Way To The Top, to disco classics such as I Will Survive and Stayin' Alive.

Their set list comprises many '70s hit songs that have filled dance floors and venues throughout Sydney and regional NSW.

They will play at Club Sapphire, Merimbula on Friday, August 16 from 8.30pm.

Tickets $25. This is an 18+ event.

This story Travel back to music's golden age with Alive in the 70s first appeared on Merimbula News Weekly.

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