Where We Are Performing

Sat 23/10/2021  Django Room at Camelot Lounge,  Marrickville Road & Railway Parade, Marrickville NSW     Bookings via venue’s website http://camelotlounge.com/

 

Fri 17/12/21  The Brass Monkey, 115A Cronulla St, Cronulla    Bookings via venue’s website http://brassmonkey.com.au/whats-on

 

Fri 4/03/2022  Wedding in Wollongong

 

Sun 6/03/2022  Wedding in Hunter Valley

 

Sat 12/03/2022  Centro CBD, 28 Stewart Street, Wollongong NSW. Bookings via venue’s website

https://centrocbd.com.au/

 

Fri 22/04/2022  Lizottes, 31 Morehead Street, Lambton (Newcastle) NSW  Bookings via venue’s website

https://lizottes.com.au/live/

 

 

 

 

Live@Lizottes 2014

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van head guitar“VAN THE MAN” had its roots in the highly successful Sydney wine bar circuit of the 1970’s. “Hogan & The Becketts” (the backbone of Van the Man) played all the hits through the 80’s and 90’s, with Van Morrison being one of the favourites. In 1999 “Van the Man” was formed and started its career with a bang, being invited to perform at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. According to Richard Jinman of “The Age” ….. “sound right … oh yes! Van the Man do the business.

Hogan has Van’s jazzy vocal phrasing and gruff irish burr down pat. Hit or miss? Absolute HIT!“ “Van the Man” has gone on to perform for State of Origin fixtures, Bledisloe Cup Finals and sold out one of Sydney’s premier live music venues, The Basement.

Other premium venues include Blue Beat Live Club at Double Bay, all three Lizotte’s Live Music Venues and a sellout show on New Year’s Eve at the highly acclaimed international musicians’ venue of The Clarendon Guesthouse in Katoomba.

With exclusive appearances for the Packer family at their country retreat Ellerston, seven highly acclaimed tours of New Zealand and a recent triumphant performance at Norway’s Music Festival in Kjollefjord, “Van the Man” is a must see for all Van Morrison fans, both young and old.

2000 Sydney Olympics, State Of Origin, Chicago Band…

Live @The Sydney Basement

Interview With Steve Hogan