Too Much Rock 'n' Roll - A Life in Music - Mark Tinson
Mark documented his musical triumphs and failures in his autobiography “Too Much Rock ‘n’ Roll. A Life in Music”. It will appeal to fans of the bands that Mark has performed with, and anybody who is interested in the development of rock music in Australia.
Wine and cheese boxes* are available for purchase from 6pm. Mark appears from 6.30pm.
*including vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free selections
Books available for purchase and signing.
Mark Tinson has been called the Godfather of Newcastle rock music. In his 50 years as a performer & songwriter he has toured across Australia with Rabbit, Heroes, Swanee, Tex Pistols and TMG. As a record producer and sound engineer he has worked with some of the biggest names in Australian music and has mentored Screaming Jets, Silverchair and many other aspiring Novocastrian musicians.
He is a respected educator and continues to inform the public about all things musical through regular radio programs on ABC Radio, and occasional lectures at the Newcastle Conservatorium of Music.
His collaborations with Australian and international musicians have produced a unique catalogue of instrumental guitar albums issued as Steelville Cats and Surfcats.
For the safety and well-being of all participants, safe-distancing and social gathering measures will be practiced and contact details for traceability will be kept. All attendees will be reminded to follow health advice and safe physical distancing by keeping 1.5m apart, maintaining personal hygiene by regularly washing hands, and not attending if they feel unwell. Council reserves the right to cancel the event if deemed in violation with safe COVID practices.
Wednesday, 21 April 2021 | 06:00 PM
- 07:30 PM
Warners Bay Theatre, Lake Street, 2282 View in Google Maps