Monday, November 13, 2006

Maureen Elkner is SENSATIONAL!

Last Thursday night I was at SLIDE nightclub on Oxford Street in Sydney seeing Maureen Elkner in her Dusty Springfield tribute show. WOW! What an entertainer. I love this venue. I have seen Maria Venuti and Mary Kiani there, and they were both fabulous. Truly entertaining, and I was thrilled to see Maureen Elkner. She rocks, she bops and thrills the audience. What an entertainer! I was enthralled from the first note, sang along much of the time and was wanting more right till the very end. The food at SLIDE is terrific, and what a great chance to see a terrific performer and have a great night out. She's on for two more THURSDAYS so please get along and see her. Support this performance, you won't be disappointed. The audience was full of Dusty and Maureen devotees and soon to be devotees!
Thanks to the website for this information and photo.

Maureen Elkner performs in A Tribute to DustyCall 02 8915 1899 to / 16th November / 23rd NovemberThis show is a must for anyone who remembers the fashion and the classic sounds of the Sixties. Maureen Elkner tells the story of Dusty Springfield through unforgettable hits: I only wanna be with you, Stay awhile, Son of a preacher man, Tell him, Will you still love me tomorrow, You don’t have to say you love me and many more…… All the wonderful costumes are designed to take you back to a time when Go Go boots, false eyelashes and big wigs were all that a girl needed, any other sixties singers get a mention too such as Lulu, Petula Clark, Nancy Sinatra and the ‘Exciters’. Maureen is a well known performer having worked in the industry for many years both on stage and television.
She is still remembered for her 70’s hit ‘Rak off Normie’ and her many appearances on soapies such as ‘The restless years’, ‘Water rats’ and more recently ‘All saints’. Boy, can she sing!$60 Dinner & Show at 7pm (including entreĆ© & main)$20 Show only at 9pm

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