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Well, you have Rick Lum of the 70s rock sensations “Hush” and former Ginhouse Bluesband founding member to thank for the logo.  It has found its way on the back of many a blemished hotel wall around Sydney and NSW via the Ginhouse banner over the last 20 years.


When artwork was hand-drawn (and we have the artwork to prove it), the logo has introduced many a punter to the band.

But like all good things … they must come to an end and this 20 year old/young band will be performing two of its last gigs on the Rocks Rhythm Boat with two back-to-back performances to celebrate this milestone:


Friday, 15 November (7pm to 11pm)
Saturday, 16 November (12pm to 4pm)


Alongside Tony Cini will be the current Ginhouse Bluesband members (PJ O’Brien/Jono Dallimore, Al Britton, Bruce Stephens/Davo Fester), former Ginhouse Bluesband members plus special guests – including one of the greatest blues rock guitarists that this country has ever seen former Watteva, Rynsaardt, Ginhouse (for 2 1/2 years) and Chase the Sun guitarist – Jan Rynsaardt.


Tickets for each cruise will cost $60 per person.  The ticket includes 4 hours on the magnificent Sydney Harbour, great music and finger food.  Reasonably priced alcoholic drinks are available on board.


This is a special event and there is no guarantee that there will be a ticket for you  if you leave it too late.  We expect that demand will exceed available tickets (140 people per cruise).  First in … best dressed.

If you are interested contact us on: montrosemusicmgmt@bigpond.com or 0414 854 749 or (02) 4294 9861 and we will pencil your name in for a ticket.  You will then have 2 weeks to pay a non-refundable deposit of $20 per person (which will guarantee you a spot) and then payment will be due 3 weeks out from the cruise.

First 50 people who purchase tickets are in the running for a double pass for our Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race Boxing Day cruise.

These cruises are guaranteed to be absolute corkers.  If you don’t believe us … read the Get Shot Magazine’s review of Ginhouse at the Blues and Grooves show on the Central Coast – they were show stoppers!

And if you don’t know what it is all about check out our video on You Tube … our new venture to be announced shortly!