Thanks to the generosity of sponsors and members alike we enjoyed inspirational Speaker Marina Go and the fabulous band the Enormous Horns at the Bargo Sports Club for an evening of fun, networking and local camaraderie for both women and men in business and the community.
What a night !!!
See below some of the photos from the event.
Presenting our Annual Event Entertainment for 2019 - The Enormous Horns.
Many people have tried to describe the Enormous Horns - and most of them have failed. They've been called a smouldering funk band, a brassy soul revue, a hep jazz combo and a wild rock& roll band - in truth, they're a little bit of all those things. But most of all, they're an 8 piece party bank that will make you want to get up and dance. From their diverse set list to their hilarious, energetic performances, the Enormous Horns are ulitmately dedicated to entertainment.
Combining great musicianship with a highly visual stage show that sometimes borders on the theatrical, the Enormous Horns will have you up and dancing to everything - from recent radio hits to retro Blues Brothers and Sixties Soul, from Pop to DIsco and Funk to Rock and more - all tunes you will instantly recognise and enjoy, especially with the unique Enormous Horns vocal and musical arrangements.
Vocals and tenor sax - Rob, Vocals and guitar - Mikey, Tenor sax - Dr Simon, Trumpet - Professor Paul, Alto sax - Commander Kurt, Drums - Dave, Bass - Christian and Guitar - party animal Sam.
Speaker bio: Marina Go
Marina Go is General Manager of the Bauer/Hearst brands: Harper's Bazaar, Elle and Cosmopolitan. Her career began as a news journalist, before taking on the roles of Editor of Dolly, Elle, Australian Good Taste and Sunday Life. With thirty years media experience Marina has most recently held senior executive roles at a number of media companies, including 1st woman Chair of the Wests Tigers NRL Club and Director of Odyssey House McGrath Foundation.