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Live on stage in Melbourne November 23 to 24

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PERFORMANCE Sisters and musicians Vika and Linda Bull perform a blend of soul, gospel, rock and country songs interspersed with personal stories in Between Two Shores, which traces the musical timeline of their lives in Tonga and Australia. Saturday 3pm, Playhouse, Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Road, city, $69-$79, 1300 182 183, artscentremelbourne.com.au

BROADWAY Five-time Grammy-nominated performer Michael Feinstein joins forces with Australian musical theatre star Bobby Fox (Jersey Boys) for Shaken and Stirred. The pair will perform reimagined hits from the Great American Songbook, including songs from Carole King, Frank Sinatra and Peter Allen. Sunday 6pm, Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Road, city, $75-$165,  1300 182 183, artscentremelbourne.com.au

Underground Lovers.

Underground Lovers.Credit:Sean T. Barnes

ELECTRONIC ROCK Melbourne indie band Underground Lovers launch their 10th studio album, A Left Turn. Having played together for 30 years, the band are known for their blend of traditional guitar and drum rock with electronic sounds.  Saturday 8.30pm, Corner Hotel,  57 Swan Street, Richmond, $35, 9427 7300, cornerhotel.com

POP ROCK Celebrating 30 years since releasing their hit album These Here Are Crazy Times, Boom Crash Opera have recruited original lead singer Dale Ryder for a reunion. Saturday 7.30pm, Memo Music Hall, 88 Acland Street, St Kilda, $45, 9534 3556, memomusichall.com.au

FOLK-POP ‘‘Soulfully acoustic’’ singer-songwriter Taylor Sheridan shows off his penchant for storytelling. Saturday, 7.45pm, Bird’s Basement, 11 Singers Lane, city, $18-$22, 1300 225 299,
birdsbasement.com



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