Live Music & Entertainment




Monday & Tuesday

Great food, good atmosphere. Come along and relax!!



TRIVIA from 7PM. Prizes to be won.


 $10 Pizza’s – Best In Picton!


Supreme, Margaritta, Antipasto, Capricossa, Gamberi, Ham & Egg, Meat Lover, Sausage




Irish Night from 8pm

Local Irish musicians having a jam session.

 The Goyles Live Music & Entertainment


Live Music from 8.30pm

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Since coming together in early 2012 Under Wraps has worked hard to cultivate a reputation for a fun, high energy performance of rock‘n’roll that gets the entire crowd up and dancing!

Whether your thing is pop rock, party rock or hard rock, you’ll love Under Wraps long after the last chord has rung out and the lights have gone down!

Under Wraps is a 5 piece band that boasts a powerful female lead singer that has toured as a backing vocalist for Mariah Carey and a band that is a mix of song writers, academy trained and life trained musicians with the versatility of two male lead vocalists in the Line-up.

Under Wraps is an all live performance avoiding “faking it” with backing tracks choosing to let it rip naturally and loves getting down and dirty with the good, honest rock covers of our time.

Under Wraps Song List


  1. 3am-Matchbox Twenty
  2. All Along the Watchtower-Dylan/Hendrix
  3. All Fired Up – Pat Benatar
  4. All the Small Things – Blink 182
  5. Bad Case of Loving You – Robert Palmer
  6. Better – Screaming Jets
  7. Blister in the Sun-Violent Femms
  8. Boys in Town-Divinyls
  9. Boys of Summer – Ataris version of Don Henleys song
  10. Bring Me Some Water-Melissa Etheridge
  11. Celebrity Skin-Hole
  12. Come out and play-The Offspring
  13. C’mon – Screaming Jets
  14. Don’t Change  – Grinspoon version of INXS song
  15. Do You See-Hunters and Collectors
  16. Everything about you-Ugly Kid Joe
  17. Eye of the tiger-Survivor
  18. Good Times-Barnes/Diesel
  19. Highway to Hell-AC/DC
  20. Hit me with your best shot – Pat Benatar
  21. Holy Grail-Hunters and collectors
  22. Hot and Cold-Katie Perry (rocked up)
  23. Hurts So Good-JCM
  24. I Got You On My Mind-Powderfinger
  25. I Love Rock and Roll-Joan Jett
  26. I Want You to Want Me – Letters to Cleo version of Cheap Trick song
  27. Jailbreak-AC/DC
  28. Jessie’s Girl-Rick Springfield
  29. Just a Girl-No Doubt
  30. Keep Your Hands To Yourself-Georgia Satelites
  31. Kickstart My Heart-Motley Crue
  32. Kids in America-Kim Wilde
  33. Knocking On Heavens Door-Guns and Roses
  34. Like Wow Wipeout – Hoodoo Gurus
  35. Long Line-Angels
  36. Mean to me-Crowded House
  37. My own Worst Enemy-Lit
  38. My Sharona-The Knack
  39. Nothing but a good time-Poison
  40. One Word-Baby Animals
  41. Paint it Black-Rolling Stones
  42. Paradise City-Guns’n’Roses
  43. Pretty Vegas-INXs
  44. Run to Paradise-Choirboys
  45. Run to you-Bryan Adams
  46. Rush You-Baby Animals
  47. Sex on Fire – Kings of Leon
  48. Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams
  49. Sweet Child of Mine-Guns’n’Roses
  50. The Middle – Jimmy Eat World
  51. Unguarded Moment-The Church
  52. U and Er Hand-Pink
  53. Walk this way-Aerosmith
  54. What I Like About You-The Romantics
  55. When something is wrong with my baby-Barnes/Farnham
  56. Who Knew-Pink
  57. You May be right-Billy Joel



Live Music from 2.30pm

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Guitarist and singer/songwriter Ross Ward was born in Sydney in 1954, and grew up in very musically active and aware family. It’s no wonder Ross took up a career as a musician, after growing up without many of today’s modern diversions, and being “fairly swamped” with music that ranged from classical opera to the blues, and a collection of 78’s, 45’s and albums that included jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly, soul, country, surf and later, rock.

“Left to my own devices, my own songs and style comes from all the music I hear and refer to as ‘Organic’. It’s played by real people, and it’s coming straight from the heart.”

“Typically, my stuff will cover influences from the blues, rock, jazz, funk, soul and even some Latin/World music, occasionally borrowing a bit of it all, sometimes wandering down each alley for a closer experience, but it’s all done with respect, honesty, and in a continual pursuit of excellence for the music and its performance.” – Ross Ward,


Live Music from 8.30pm

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Finn are a funky rhythm and blues band, who plays a wide range of crowd grabbing standards, peppered with provocative originals.
The Band is made up of seasoned professional performers with innumerable recording and Major Tour credits, the Band has been performing for six years and in that time they have produced 4 cd’s and are currently working on the fifth.
Finn have performed at almost every major blues festival in Australia and are constantly touring the country.
Their first cd no relation was recorded from may to June 2000 at A sharp studios and released in October of that year.
2003 saw the release of ‘that ain’t the blues’ and the single ‘live in fear’, which featured on Rage throughout the year.
September ‘04 ’bush bashin’ was released a joint CD with Ross Ward.
As winners of the SBS performers of the year, Finn went to Memphis to compete in the IBC in Feb. ‘05, and are looking to return in 2006.
Finn are joined on Stage by guest vocalists and instrumentalists to augment the sound in larger venues Finn are.
Jim Finn vocals and drums. Michael Lynch bass, mandolin, harp and vocals. Paul Surany guitar and vocals.


Live Music from 2.30pm

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If you’re looking for an exciting act with an extensive repertoire, look no further: David Mason-Cox and The Wild Armadillos are going to satisfy your soul.

 After years of singing and playing solo and with his popular band The Blarney Boys, Mason-Cox has brought original members of his 90s hit band back to the studio and stage for the new CD This Is What We do.

 This man is an experienced performer! He has played in venues from Alice Springs to The Arctic Circle and most points in between. Not long back from a summer tour of Sweden, where he wowed the locals, he has hit the ground running and is busy planning the CD launch and a pre-Christmas tour.

 One Sydney reviewer wrote of David, “He has the passion of Van Morrison and the vocal power of The Commitments’ Andrew Strong.  Whether singing his own fabulous songs or one of an incredibly varied selection of covers, Mason-Cox shines.” (Allison O’Donoghue – The Drum Media)

 Armed with an acoustic guitar and his astonishingly strong voice, Mason-Cox is a powerhouse on stage. Indeed The Wild Armadillos radiate a rare and genuine warmth with energy to burn and their infectious good humour and well paced performances win over even the most bashful of audiences.

 Legendary master drummer Malcolm Wakeford supplies the enticing and sinuous rhythmic foundation for the band. Previously Malcolm has toured and recorded with Dr John, Albert Lee, LRB, Redgum and Ayers Rock. He also handles harmony vocals and will occasionally take the lead for a classic Stones song or two.

 David Ferguson on electric guitars and vocals is a longtime Wild Armadillo. After a stint in the popular 80’s act The Honeymoon, Ferguson took on guitar duties for the recording of DMC’s second album. Tripping Upstairs gained critical acclaim and was playlisted on over eighty radio stations around the country being awarded named Album Of The Week by several stations including Sydney’s 2SM.

 Bassist Anthony Donoghue is an all-round virtuoso. He played with the very select RAAF Band for many years, often touring overseas with them. His reserved onstage manner, ability to play in any style and flawless musicality provide a perfect foil for the boisterous antics of Mason-Cox and Ferguson.

 On This Is What We Do, Mason-Cox and the band continue to explore their accessible mix of rootsy country rock and pop. The blend of clever songs again demonstrates originality, wit and integrity. Little wonder they delight programmers, critics and fans alike.

 DMC And The Wild Armadillos are a veritable treasure house of song. Their repertoire extends from rock and soul greats to country, pop, Aussie standards and reggae and blues classics…not to mention their own compelling originals.

 An abridged song list

And just a small sample of our most popularly requested;

 500 Miles                               The Proclaimers

Ain’t No Sunshine                   Bill Withers

Atlantic City                           Bruce Springsteen                                                   

Before You Accuse Me           Eric Clapton 

Brown Eyed Girl                     Van Morrison

Blister In The Sun                  Violent Femmes

Bad Moon Rising                    Creedence Clearwater Revival

Cherry Cherry                        Neil Diamond

Daydream Believer                 The Monkees

Don’t Look Back In Anger      Oasis

Down On The Corner              Creedence Clearwater Revival    

Fire                                        Bruce Springsteen

Honky Tonk Women               Rolling Stones

Hotel California                      The Eagles

Hurricane                               Bob Dylan

I’m a Believer                         The Monkees

I Feel Good                            James Brown

I Shot The Sheriff                   Bob Marley

I Still Haven’t Found               U2       

Jealous Guy                           John Lennon

Mustang Sally                        Wilson Pickett

Midnight Hour                        Wilson Pickett

Mr Tambourine Man               Bob Dylan/The Byrds

Rehab                                    Amy Winehouse

Satisfaction                            Rolling Stones

Stuck In the Middle                Stealer’s Wheel

Sugar Sugar                          The Archies

Summer Of 69                        Bryan Adams

Sweet Home Alabama            Lynard Skynard

Sweet Home Chicago             Blues Brothers

The Joker                              Steve Miller Band

The Mighty Quinn                   Manfred Mann

Time Of Your Life                   Green Day

Twist & Shout                        The Beatles

Up On Cripple Creek              The Band      

Who Do You Love                  Bo Diddley

Wild World                             Cat Stevens

Wonderwall                            Oasis

Working For The Man             Roy Orbison