Melbourne-based Blues Brothers Tribute Act will make their way to Queenscliff Harbour’s 360Q venue on Saturday February 2.


January 24, 2019 BY

Melbourne 10-piece band the Australasian 21st century Tribute Show will make their way to Queenscliff’s popular 360Q venue on February 2 to deliver an exciting live show and a new found perspective on The Blues Brothers’ greatest hits.

Performing two one-hour sets, the band is committed to tributing the two musicians who recorded a string of hits featured in The Blues Brothers movies.

Through the introduction of new characters and songs, the Australasian 21st Century Tribute Show transitions the Blues Brothers into the 21st century while remembering the late Jake Blues in an interactive and fun show.

Two male and two female lead vocalists bring the show to life, bringing more banter, witty comedy and a longlist of material to showcase.

Gary Te Al – who performs as Zee Blues (the brother of Jake and Elwood Blues) – has been performing as part of the tribute show for the last four years.

He has experience working with several different bands, including X Factor, Ram Rod, Out to Lunch and Where’s Wally.

His right-hand man, Joel Norma-Hade (performing as Elwood Blues), has been singing professional for 13 years in local bands and venues.

In an intimate evening alongside Queenscliff Harbour, ticketholders will enjoy a three-course dinner as well as beer, wine and soft drinks.

Tickets to the show are $120 pp and can be purchased via