We have boldly gone where very few have gone before and created an awesome production show that is targeted at baby boomers.
When the doors open and the audience enters the showroom, the big screens come to life with original music clips and TV commercials from the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s setting a nostalgic mood in the room. You can hear the audience laughing and chatting with each other as they reminisce over the old footage that sparks memories of days gone by.
Then when the band enters the stage and kicks off with the Bill Haley classic ‘Rock Around The Clock’, in an instant you’ll see the crowd dancing in their seats while watching the original video clip on the big screen. This high energy show encourages the audience to join in and sing along with some of the greatest number one hits of all time, from legendary artists such as Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Neil Diamond, Tom Jones and also great bands like Daddy Cool, The Monkees, Dr. Hook and many more.
The show is performed and delivered by three seasoned professionals and cheeky entertainers in Greg (Bankxy) Bankx, Dave (Sprouty) Cail & Steve (Cummo) Cummins and is backed by the RTA Band.
‘Rock’n through the Ages’ is a totally fun and nostalgic show that guarantees to please. This show ticks all the baby boomer boxes!
Vocals & Acoustic Guitar
Steve is a multi award-winning entertainer and has had many years success as a soloist and with his bands. His “Neil Diamond Super Hits Show” has toured extensively since 1993, playing to packed houses in Australia, New Zealand & Asia. He has many album credits to his name and was voted Club Queensland’s “Entertainer of the Year” in 06/07.
Vocals & Lead Guitar
Greg has worked extensively in the music industry. He has toured around Australia backing, supporting and working with many well known national and international acts. He also had great success with his own rock shows (“The Booze Brothers Show” and
“The Great Aussie Barbie Show”) with sold out performances up and down the east coast.
Vocals & Rhythm Guitar
Dave first carved out a career as a drummer with some of Victoria’s top cover bands. Later he tried his hand at stand-up comedy and worked the Melbourne comedy circuit alongside many of the country’s top comedians. After moving to Queensland he
returned to music and under the name “Russell Sprout”, continues to entertain the masses.