Band announced for 2018 Commemoration Diggers Ball in Wingham

That's Rhythm: Allan Greedy, Warren Cliff, Ean Martin and Keith Shortland will be leading the musical way at the Diggers Ball. Photo: submitted
That's Rhythm: Allan Greedy, Warren Cliff, Ean Martin and Keith Shortland will be leading the musical way at the Diggers Ball. Photo: submitted

The Manning Valley Historical Society Diggers Ball Committee is delighted to announce that the popular “That`s Rhythm” band will be leading the musical way at the 2018 Commemoration Diggers Ball at the Wingham Memorial Town Hall on 29 September.

Based in the lower Hunter Valley, That`s Rhythm is a band of four professional musicians, with a collective history of more than 50 years in the music industry. They regularly perform in Newcastle, the Hunter Valley and the North Coast regions and have a strong following of enthusiastic audiences.

With a diverse and versatile repertoire for dancing and easy listening, their music appeals to all ages. The four piece group features Keith Shortland on guitar/banjo/vocals, Warren Cliff on keyboards, Ean Martin on synthesizer and Allan Greedy on drums.

Tickets are $40 per person and are on sale at the Wingham Museum, Ashlea Road Boutique in Wingham and Bass ‘N’ Blues in Taree.

Numbers are limited so don`t miss this unique opportunity to pay tribute to all our defense and peace-keeping men and women through the decades up to the present day.

For further information visit the website: www.winghammuseum.com.au, and look for ‘upcoming events’.