Lemons with a Twist 21st Birthday Party
October 23 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm AEDTFree
This year Lemons turns 21 & the party is coming to your house. You bring the cheese & dip and the SGLBA will bring the entertainment.
Shauna Jensen is an Australian singer. She has been a member of multiple bands including Purple Vision and Flake.
She was a cast member of Australia’s Jesus Christ Superstar and appeared on the Original Australian Cast Recording album in 1972 and she toured nationally with the Long Way to the Top concert tour.
She has performed backup vocals for many acts such as INXS, Jimmy Barnes, Billy Thorpe, Powderfinger and Hugh Jackman and she provides the vocals for many advertising campaigns.
She sings on a number of tracks on the 1985 Rebel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
In 2004 she became a judge for the fourth season of Australia’s Popstars, titled Popstars Live.
DJ Kate Monroe
She is one of one of Australia’s preeminent house DJs, ruling dance floors both here and overseas. She is known for her unique style and energy behind the decks as well as drawing a crowd no matter where she is playing.
Not because she is a female DJ or another blonde chick DJ. But because she is an awesome DJ.
“As well as being a highly respected figure in industry circles…
Kate (Monroe) has developed an immense and devoted fan base.
And it’s not hard to see why.”
In The Mix / Australia
Everyone is welcome to celebrate with Lemons.
Were you there in October 1999 for the very first Lemons with a Twist?
Friday the 1st of October 1999 under the presidency of Simon Davies, board member Vicky Brackenreg launched Lemons With Twist at the Nova Cocktail Bar which was on the first floor above what was until recently, Café Cubano at Taylor Square.
By 2005 this regular Friday night event which had moved across the road to the Oxford Hotel was struggling to attract sustainable numbers.
The Event was then taken over by a new Committee Member, Kate Semken and shortly after moved to Slide.
She introduced the right format for the women guests and the numbers swelled to capacity levels still enjoyed today at various venues across Oxford Street, the Inner West and this month, via ZOOM.