Live music began at the Lomond in 1989/90, and by the mid 90's the musical offerings included the talents of Kelly Auty, John McAuslan, Louis McManus, Andy Baylor, Lesuire Twins, Say Nothing, Off the Wall, The Whirling Furphies and many others.. By 2000 the hotel was well established as a music venue north of the Yarra.
Interested in performing at the Lomond ?, then consider our booking philosphy:
" Live At The Lomond "
The Lomond Hotel caters for a wide range of music lovers .......
Our 'sound-scape' runs from acoustic roots, country, bluegrass through swing blues, R&B to World music with Irish, Indigenous, Gypsy, Cuban, Afro etc, etc. We support mostly 'matured' musicians, and feature classy contemporary songwriters.
There is an intimate stage, a real piano, excellent beer and a real, warm ambience ! ENJOY !!!
If you are interested in performing, contact Steph: firstname.lastname@example.org
This Weeks Gigs
|Thursday 20th November||8:30pm||Brent Parlane Band (Classy songster)|
|Friday 21st November||9:30pm||Van Walker and Co. (Urban roots)|
|Saturday 22nd November||9:30pm||Louis King and The Dynamic Lifters (blues n' roots)|
|Sunday 23rd November||5:30pm||Carino Son (Cuban grooves)|
|9:00pm||Marty Kelly and The Weekenders (Acoustic roots)|
Next Weeks Gigs
Thursday 27th November
|8:30pm||Phoebe Daicos and The Simmer Downs (Country honk)|
Friday 28th November
|9:30pm||Jody and The Joy Riders plus Guests (Alt-country rodeo)|
|Saturday 29th November||9:30pm||
Prayerbabies (Adult pop!)
|Sunday 30th November||5:30pm||Rebels Without A Clue (Country n' celtic)|
|9:00pm||Ken Maher, Al Wright and Tony Hargreaves (Acoustic roots)|
A regular celtic/folk session is held every Tuesday evening in the main bar, commencing around 8.30. Everyone is welcome, either to perform or listen.
The session is run by Dan Bourke with Tony Hargreaves on the piano and Marty Kelly on the guitar,so come along and have a great night.
The Lomond Hotel Collection was released in 2006 and features various musicians and groups who had performed at the Lomond in the preceding years.