Wed­nes­day’s Cir­cle at Paddy’s

Whitsunday Times - - WHITSUNDAY BUSINESS -

ROCK band Wed­nes­day’s Cir­cle are the lat­est act to en­ter­tain rev­ellers at Paddy’s Shenani­gans in Air­lie Beach with per­for­mances from Oc­to­ber 30-Novem­ber 3.

The Mel­bourne band was once fronted by lo­cal mu­si­cian Dy­lan Ham­mond, who still teams up with his for­mer mates to per­form live mu­sic when­ever they can.

“We know each other mu­si­cally pretty well so it’s al­most like we never stopped and we still do shows all over the coun­try de­pend­ing on where any of us are and what gigs we get,” he said.

Ham­mond de­scribed the band’s style as funk-rock, “with a lit­tle bit of brass and some har­monies thrown in”. “Peo­ple can ex­pect a re­ally good party band – we’re just go­ing to have a good time and hope­fully ev­ery­one will have a good time with us,” he said.

The band will be play­ing pop­u­lar and more ob­scure cov­ers as well as some of their orig­i­nal songs.

Paddy’s en­ter­tain­ment man­ager Trevor Green said they were al­ways good en­ter­tain­ment.

“And every­body knows Dy­lan,” he said.

Wed­nes­day’s Cir­cle will take the stage from 11pm un­til the early hours each night. En­try is free ex­cept for Fri­day and Satur­day when a $10 cover charge ap­plies af­ter 10.30pm.

ROCK­ING THE HOUSE: Wed­nes­day's Cir­cle are the lat­est band to en­ter­tain the crowds at Paddy's Shenani­gans from Oc­to­ber 30-Novem­ber 3. Photo by An­drew Pat­tin­son/Vampp Photography.

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