Gyroscope still rockin’

Jackson Lavell-LeeBusselton Dunsborough Times
Gyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern
Camera IconGyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee

Gyroscope returned to The Dunsborough Tavern on Saturday December 29 for a night of head banging Aussie-rock.

The gifted Perth band which has over 20 years experience demonstrated they hadn’t lost a beat playing classics such as “Snakeskin” and “Baby I’m getting better” to a thrilled crowd of about 300 people.

Lead singer Daniel Sanders, singing through a dreadlocked mop of blonde hair, stood on the railing separating stage and patrons and screamed the bands song “Australia” to the crowds delight.

The rebellious atmosphere was infectious with some patrons starting a circle pit, which at one stage fell in on itself, squashing a few frantic fans who got up smiling and head banging in true rock ‘n’ roll style.

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Gyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern
Camera IconGyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee
Gyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern
Camera IconGyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee
Gyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern
Camera IconGyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee
Gyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern
Camera IconGyroscope and The Dunsborough Tavern Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee
Gyroscope at The Dunsborough Tavern
Camera IconGyroscope at The Dunsborough Tavern Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee
Gyroscope at The Dunsborough Tavern
Camera IconGyroscope at The Dunsborough Tavern Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee
Front row feeling at Gyroscope at The Dunsborough Tavern
Camera IconFront row feeling at Gyroscope at The Dunsborough Tavern Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee

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