REPLICA is a 5 piece classic rock cover band who play nothing but the classics from the 50's to now.


Saw these guys recently at Station 59, Richmond. They really know how to get a joint jumping. The band just has heaps of fun and the songs were something that everyone in the pub knew. Great job guys, keep it going.



In this age of synthesised pop, with it’s autotuned vocals and “blingy” videos, it’s good to know that there are still musicians out there that are playing real instruments, with nothing but drive, energy and emotion.
That’s where REPLICA fit in.

REPLICA’s strength is in playing rock music from all era’s. They add their own sound and feel to classic rocks songs from the 50’s through to now, from artists such as CCR to The Angels to the Powderfinger.

As well as songs from around the world they throw in a heap of Aussie classics that are rarely given the time of day by other bands, but are instantly recognisable for anyone to sing along with, and that’s what REPLICA want you to do – have a great time.

Consisting of 5 musos who each have many years of experience in live performing, recording and entertaining, their passion is rock music and bringing the best rock songs to audiences from all ages.

For any band, it’s the mix of solid players who make a great sound that gets people excited about the music.

In REPLICA, those solid players are Brendan on guitars, who shreds and soars with the best of them, sharing his lead duties with Graham who gives depth to the sound with his driven chug style.

In the rhythm section we have Glenn on drums, who’s solid time and use of cymbals adds sparkle and movement that is so easy to dance to. He is matched by Paul on bass that locks in tight with him and is more than musically skilled to add the flourishes and signature riffs that add so much more to a rock number.

Up front, we have Peter who belts out the vocals with an explosive energy reminiscent of Lennon, with moves straight out of Peter Garrett’s book. He is backed up by Brendan and Paul showcasing their vocal harmonies by adding yet another layer to their sound.

Whether it be a rock classic or a modern day rock anthem, REPLICA has it covered.

Setlist

  • Abracadabra - Steve Miller Band
  • After Midnight - JJ Cale
  • After the Rain - The Angels
  • Alone with you - The Sunnyboys
  • Am I ever gonna see your face again - The Angels
  • April sun in cuba - Dragon
  • Already gone - Powderfinger
  • Baby did a bad, bad thing - Chris Issac
  • Bad case of loving you - Robert Palmer
  • Bad moon rising - CCR
  • Blister in the sun - Violent Femmes
  • Boys light up - Australian Crawl
  • Breakdown - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  • Brown eyed girl - Van Morrison
  • Brown sugar - Rolling Stones
  • C'mon - The Screaming Jets
  • Can't buy me love - The Beatles
  • Caroline - Status Quo
  • Cocaine - Eric Clapton
  • Come as you are - Nirvana
  • Come together - The Beatles
  • Creep - Radiohead
  • Cry in shame - Diesel
  • Dreams - Fleetwood Mac
  • Eight days a week - The Beatles
  • Folsom Prison blues - Johnny Cash
  • Gel - Collective Soul
  • Get back - The Beatles
  • Handle with care - The Travelling Wilbury's
  • Have you ever seen the rain - CCR
  • Heroes - David Bowie
  • I heard it through the grapevine - CCR
  • I remember when I was young - Matt Taylor
  • I want you to want me - Cheap Trick
  • I won't back down - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  • Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley
  • Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry
  • Jumping Jack Flash - Rolling Stones
  • Long train running - The Dooby Brothers
  • Look what you've done - Jet
  • Mary Jane’s last dance - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  • Miss You - Rolling Stones
  • Move it on over - George Thorogood and the Destroyers
  • My Happiness - Powderfinger
  • October Grey - The Screaming Jets
  • One headlight - The Wallflowers
  • Paranoid - Black Sabbath
  • Passenger - Powderfinger
  • Proud Mary - CCR
  • Rain - Dragon
  • Roadhouse Blues - The Doors
  • Sharp dressed man - ZZ Top
  • She's electric - Oasis
  • Shivers - The Screaming Jets
  • Should I stay or should I go - The Clash
  • Stand by me - John Lennon
  • Steal my kisses - Ben Harper
  • Strutter - KISS
  • Stuck in the middle - Stealers Wheel
  • Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochrane
  • Surrender - Cheap Trick
  • Superstition - Stevie Wonder
  • Sweet home Alabama - Lynard Skynard
  • Take a long line - The Angels
  • Taking care of business - Bachman Turner Overdrive
  • Walking by myself - Gary Moore
  • Where the river flows - Collective Soul
  • You really got me - Van Halen
  • Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie
  • We are always adding more and more songs to the list and would be happy to learn a couple of your favourites for that special occassion with a few weeks notice before your event.

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Saw these guys recently at Station 59, Richmond. They really know how to get a joint jumping. The band just has heaps of fun and the songs were something that everyone in the pub knew. Great job guys, keep it going.
Jane
08/11/2012

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