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Mackay and Whitsunday Life

Someday Never Comes But Not With Ramble Tamble Delivering Creedence Revival

Melbourne’s own Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute band is checking into Airlie Beach for a mammoth weekend of non-stop Creedence, which will leave us cross tie walking.

Ramble Tamble was born in 1989, from a need to celebrate the unforgettable beats of Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Still led by the three who started the band, Ramble Tamble encompasses the values that fuelled Creedence Clearwater Revival during their hay day.

Known for their impeccable stage presence, unbelievable recreation of the original sound and spot-on attention to detail, no Creedence fan will be disappointed with the calibre of this show.

With all band members having professionally toured international stages, this is sure to be a rock show like no other.

“Creedence undoubtedly changed the landscape of rock and roll forever in both the late sixties and early seventies,” Ramble Tamble front man Brendan Meyers explained.

“And cemented themselves into a commercial zenith whose legacy remains to this very day.”

Following this unbelievable legacy, Ramble Tamble invites audiences to just close your eyes and let the near prefect recreation of the classics wash over you on this weekend of non-stop rock tunes.

“It's a Creedence tribute that no die-hard Creedence fan would be disappointed with,” Brendan explained.

Sunday will be a special show, depicting and performing Creedence Clearwater Revival’s hottest album, Cosmo’s Factory, the band’s fifth studio album, with six of the 11 tracks charting in the Top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100.

Ramble Tamble will also be sure to throw in key tracks from artists and bands that influenced these rockers, with their The Creedence Influence set list.

This commonly sold-out show will check into Airlie Beach for one powerful weekend, as part of their national tour across Australia.

WHAT: Australian Creedence Show with Ramble Tamble
WHERE: The Pub, Airlie beach Hotel
WHEN: Saturday March 23 and Sunday March 24, from 2pm to 5.30pm
TICKETS: Absolutely Free! But Best To Reserve A Table

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