Dance your feet off Gen X's because this new live music venue's got your name written all over it

Tapping into music from the '60s to the '90s, The Union Club will be turning the clock back with a lineup of legends.

Kicking off, the Mick Pealing Band uncovers the music of Pealing's past when he rose to acclaim alongside his band the Stars. Pealing also released two solo albums, Precarious and Grand Hotel, and will look to reinvigorate those LPs on opening night.
Mid Life Crisis hit us with Aussie pub rock, unearthing classic tracks from AC/DC, Jimmy Barnes to international luminaries, The Beatles. The fortnightly event will also welcome Skyhooks' guitarist Bob 'Bongo' Starkie's Rock'n'Roll Band, The Recliners, The Jetsons and more in weeks to follow.

Get all jiggy with it when The Union Club takes over the Richmond Bowling Club fortnightly from Saturday April 15.