Date: 24 Mar 2018
8pm to 11pm
After Dark are a powerful new Duo based on the Central Coast who play the best songs from the birth of rock and roll to the present day. The audience can dance or sing along to their hearts content, all night long, guaranteed to be entertained by two of the best in the business.
Daxton Monaghan and Pat Dow give you great songs, great lead vocals with delicious harmonies backed with tasty harp, soaring guitar work and an infectious rhythm that wont leave your feet alone.
Singer songwriter Daxton Monaghan has amazing talent. Daxtons vocals and rhythmic work are admired by many onlookers. Daxton plays many covers and has the ability to sound like popular artists capturing the ears of many punters. As a singer songwriter Daxton has released over several albums to his name; he was selected and mentored by Bill Chambers which availed support with Australian artist such as Karl Broadie, Andrew Farris (INXS), Andy Kent (UAMI) Wess Carr from Australian Idol and band something with numbers.
Pat Dow is one of the most respected guitar players gigging round the country.
He has recorded five albums of all original material over the past four years with The Keith Hall Band
Pat has shared the stage with the likes of Stevie Wright, Chris Turner, Elliott Randall (Steely Dan) and Chris Finnen (SA Music Hall of Fame) and just lately Kevin Borich
Sydneysider Dow wears a perpetual guitar face as he twists and contorts body and expression, as if to drag every last bit of feeling out of his Stratocaster. He is in total control of his tone, utilising every nuance possible to provide plenty of variety, both clean and slightly overdriven. Steve Horne 4/8/2014, In Daily, Adelaides Independent News
There are some familiar sounds wound around Dows playing but it goes beyond that. Dows style is rhythmic but rich, melodic and specific and yet still refreshingly individual Sue Miller â€“ Vol 2 Issue 4, 2013 Blues-E-News Magazine