Here, you go, the music video for Saturday Night Comes Just Once a Week (Use it or lose it I say).
It is rapidly collecting views on youtube!
Entered for Best Original Song and Best Music Video.
Rewind2Play are a duo from Rockingham. Rockingham Gig Guide confidently predicts you will see and hear a lot more of them as time goes by.
Rewind2Play are regulars at Hanks Bar, Pipers Inn and Vat 116.
Rewind2Play have already created over 70 wonderful music videos for your enjoyment that you can view on youtube.
Their version of 'Iko Iko' has already been viewed over 230,000 times. This song won the Rockingham Gig Guide trophy for 2023 for Best Music Video.
Their cover version Too Drunk to Funk, loosely based on a Stevie Wonder song, Superstitious, was voted by the public as Most Creative Cover Version (trophy plus $250) and the Rockingham Gig Guide trophy for 2023 for Best Music Video.
Here is a song for which I wrote the lyrics, and Mark turned into a song and performed!
Hey Rita, Will we ever dance again?
I am hoping we can do a better video, put it on youtube and try and make a hit out of it!
Some of their videos use Rockingham as a backdrop, Point Peron, the salt lakes. Hotham Valley Railway in Dwellingup is highlighted. And there is a tribute highlighting all of WA's best features to Country Road, where 'West Virginia' is replaced by 'West Australia'.
The Tourism Minister should be sponsoring Rewind2Play to boost tourism to WA!
View the Most Creative Cover Too Drunk to Funk
View their smash hit version of Iko Iko
View Country Roads uses WA as a backdrop.
View Dreams opens at Point Peron then I think also at salt lakes
View Long Train Running (one of my fav Doobies songs!) featuring Hotham Valley Railway
View 8 Days a Week, shot at Point Peron and in some canola fields.
View Footloose, includes many scenes of Rockingham
View Walking on Sunshine, taken at the salt lakes
View Country Girl , shot in Dwellingup
View Hey!. An original song, shot at the Roundhouse in Fremantle
View Pretty Woman. Shot in Fremantle. Love the backdrops and plot
View Be My Baby by the Ronettes. Brings back memories! Gave me goosebumps!
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