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Rock of Ages to See in the Year

Rock of Ages to See in the Year

Who: Little Hornet
Where: The Castle Tavern
When: Friday December 31, 1999

IF you really want to take the ultimate TRIP THROUGH TIME this New Year's Eve, The Castle, Fannys and The Mercury have a plan to get you through it all in one piece and deliver you home at the end.

At The Castle revellers will be celebrating 'the past' with an AUSTEN POWERS theme night. At Fanny's they'll be celebrating 'the present' with a JAMES BOND theme.

At the Mercury Hotel a futuristic theme will keep dancers moving.

Those willing to fork out $75 will gain entry to all three venues and a ride home in a mini-bus at the end of the night.

LITTLE HORNET will be performing at The Castle before midnight and at Fanny's after midnight, and has plans to perform the ROLLING STONES song 2000 MAN, made famous by KISS, to see in the new millenium.

Little Hornet frontman TYRONE PENSHORN says his New Year's resolution will be 'to attempt less and achieve more'.

'I want to do half as many gigs and be paid twice as much,' he joked.

Penshorn says he received a letter from the AUSTRALIAN PERFORMING RIGHTS ASSOCIATION which said he appeared to play 'more live gigs than anyone else in the country'.

But taking solo, duo and band gigs into account, Penshorn's estimation of 'eight nights a week' around town seems close enough to the mark.

With more than enough potential hit singles in its arsenal, and its latest ALONE the band's highest selling single yet, Little Hornet's resolution may come true sometime soon.

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