Lucky Seven


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Lucky Seven (est. 2004.) 
 When a like minded attachment of musical aficionados’ grace the stage the result speaks for itself. To encapsulate a genre of music that appeals to all generations is a winning formula effortlessly perfected by the band ‘Lucky Seven’. 
 What started as a predominantly swing band, their repertoire expanded with strains of rockabilly and rhythm 'n' blues. Their wide appeal is evident and have all ages and any joint jumping. 
 But what’s more is their appearance. Complementary to the music is their garb ‘a la gangster’. Just like Elliot Ness in looks, musically these cats are untouchable, right down to the bullet holes in the bass, bearing no criticism of musicianship, more-so vending sly hootch and dancing girls perchance? 
 Lucky Seven’s first performance saw support for Adelaide rockabilly icons ‘The Saucermen’ at the ‘Jade Monkey’ in 2004. This historic venue was the site of the first Balfours bakery. The punters stood in awe and treated to a polished performance by this new swing outfit, dare I say, far from half-baked. 
 Having conquered the nightspots of Adelaide they set their sites on the world. Lucky Seven are now seasoned travellers, interstate and abroad, wowing crowds with their sound and stage presence. 
 So as these swingin’ hepcats grab hold of the musical pendulum and swing with it, you can be guanranteed of an entertaining experience with ‘Lucky Seven’.