Another Great Night at Carnegie Hall.

Mid Life Crisis headed up by Barry Smith had everyone out of their seats!

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MLC got the crowd on the dance floor with a great selection of Boomers Aussie rock. A good time was had by all, and the best part of the evening was sharing it with some terrific people. We really are blessed to have such a great bunch of Boomers come together at the clubs events. I’ll leave it there and finish with the words of member and resident wordsmith, Denis who summed up the evening perfectly:-

“Another night of unmitigated joy.
Having this much fun for such a small entry fee is almost illegal.
Long may it continue and a big thank you to all the ladies for tolerating my rather unique (what you could only describe as a wee bit off the reservation) style of dancing.
I had a hell of a time and see you all in July,

Important Notice about Next Month’s Carnegie Hall – Places Limited

Keep your diaries open for June 18th when the Party Girls take the stage. They are hugely popular all girl band and the night is already a sell out but the Boomers Club has been fortunate to secure 20 places. Keep your eye out for more details on ourwebsite or  Meetup page. Fully paid up members of the Club will be given priority. See here.

The Party Girls pay a tribute to the Rock Goddesses of the 80s.  You will be blown away by their costumes and their talent as they belt out the great anthems by Cher, Pat Benatar, Joan Jet, Tina Turner, the Bangles, the Go Gos, ABBA, Suzie Quatro , Wendy Stapleton, Madonna and more.

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2 thoughts on “Another Great Night at Carnegie Hall.

  1. Hi Cameron, I wasn’t sure where to submit my question, but seeing as I’m here now….

    Just wondering.. is there is going to be a Boomers table for the Herberts @ Carnegie Hall on 20 August? I want to book my seat so I don’t miss out, but would rather wait and sit with my fellow Boomers if possible.

    Thanks Cameron. Hope you all have a great time on Sunday @ the Royal Oak.
    Harri Mac

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