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Peter Long, Steve Waters, Mark Bradridge and Steve Gunning of The Winstons have covered a vast array of music over years of live performance in venues across the country. The Winstons are both fans and experienced performers of pop and rock’s finest moments, and their collective love of 1960s and 70s pop through to the alt rock of the 80s and 90s make them an easy choice for venues across Sydney and the Blue Mountains.

Their 60s repertoire covers material from the Beatles, the Kinks through to Cream and the Rolling Stones and their 1970s catalogue ranges from Badfinger through to Mott The Hoople, T-Rex and David Bowie. Acts from the 1980s include The Cure, Grant Lee Buffalo, The Smiths and The Pixies, and more recently they’ve covered artists such as Radiohead, XTC, Queens Of the Stoneage and The Dandy Warhols. Throw in a few Aussie classics and you have the most accessible and entertaining show this side of the mountains, guaranteed to keep the punters singing along well after the doors have closed.

The guys from The Winstons

Peter Long spent many years playing in bands in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney,with stints in indie outfits in the late 1980s and early 90s. More recently you would have seen him belting out soul and R&B classics with local Katoomba characters Johnny Habitual and the occasional bit of singing with the Spooky Men's Chorale.

Steve Waters has played in many outfits over the years, most recently with Pete in the Winstons and Johnny Habitual, but also with the Lime Spiders. He assures he is not related to Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame in any way.

Mark Bradridge has done some stuff, including a bit of bass noodling with Ed Kuepper.

Steve Gunning has done stuff too, but he refuses to tell us with who... the mystery thickens.

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