Gregg Arthur’s voice has been described by musical luminary Tony Bennett as “perfection.” Throughout March Sydneysiders can hear it for themselves, when Arthur and his trio take to the stage at The Magicians Cabaret in Darlinghurst every Friday night.
The Magician’s Cabaret has an intimate charm and ambience that transports you to Greenwich Village in New York, magical, and not just because of the name. Singing with a trio on stage at this place makes perfect sense. According to Arthur, “telling stories through songs in an intimate venue with a fantastic bar and late supper menu is the epitome of a Manhattan-esque Friday night on the town.”
Despite fear of the Corona Virus gripping the city Arthur and his trio – made up of Charlie Meadows on guitar, Craig Scott on bass and Cameron Reid on drums – are pushing ahead.
“It’s always a gamble but I’m in it now, so no point cancelling. I just have to sing like the room is full and give the people who do come along a really good night out,” said Arthur.
Every Friday in March. The Magician’s Cabaret, 91 Riley St, Darlinghurst. $40.96-$164.27+b.f. Tickets & Info: www.eventopia.co