Billed as the band with the biggest hair and the tightest pants outside the sunset strip, All Access 80s are ready to party at the Cowra Bowling Club like it’s 1989.
All Access 80s is appearing at the bowlie on July 1 with tickets just $22 available from reception at the club or online at www.trybooking.com/280409 .
ALL ACCESS 80s is your very own VIP pass to the ultimate 80s rock experience.
From hard hitting rock to power ballads, all your 80s hair rock favourites in one kick-ass show.
If you love the classic 80s rock bands, from Bon Jovi, Poison and Def Leppard through to Motley Crue, Guns N' Roses and Journey (and many more), boy do they have the show for you!
The All Access 80s boys have the looks, the moves and the attitude to match, without the substance abuse.
Let’s take a look at the boys who make up the band.
Jett Black - Lead vocals.
Jett Black was a high school washout and habitual liar, often recalling “apparent” events and incidents with mainstream rockstars
Somehow Jett managed to become the frontman in a band through sheer persistence but one thing is certain… the boy can sing…
Jesse Jäxx - Guitar, keyboards, vocals.
The lovechild of Eddie Van Halen and Joan Jett, Jesse Jäxx began his career as a self-proclaimed guitar god at a very young age, bursting out of
the womb and into the spotlight.
Not one to shy away from a chance to check himself out, Jäxx is also said to be credited with the invention of the ‘selfie stick’.
Jesse Jäxx can be summed up in one simple quote from his close personal friend Slash from Guns N Roses “No comment”.
Bobby Phoenix - Bass, vocals.
Inheriting the Phoenix family fortune generated through a hotel chain, international airline and other, not technically ‘legal’ businesses, Bobby
Phoenix was born into a life of luxury.
Bobby doesn’t bother getting out of bed for less than $10,000.
Bobby has now achieved absolute clarity and a new purpose: to
bring rock n roll back to the masses as the new bass player for All Access 80s.
Mick Fury - Drums, vocals.
Mick cut his teeth as a roadie for Grand Funk Railroad at the tender age of 4 where he would often fill in for a frequently passed-out Don
Brewer. From there he played in several glam metal outfits on LA’s Sunset Strip stretching from the early to mid 1980’s. Fury provides the thumping, pulsating,
driving beat to All Access 80s.