Truly Madly Deeply – Vintage Swoon – Art of Elegance Fair, Maldon Victoria

Posted on January 31, 2014


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Anyone who has heard Paris Payne’s swoon-jazz trio will know everyone is in for a treat at Art of Elegance Fair in Maldon Sat 15th February 2014.  Maldon Progress Hall stage will host Truly Madly Deeply’s 1920’s – 1930’s songbook of well known favourites 6.30 – 8.30 pm, and they want you to dance in the aisles while you shop!   Their performance is part of the Fair, as there was often entertainment during late night shopping in our historical roots.  Truly Madly Deeply play on a regular basis in the Victorian Goldfields region and beyond, including inaugural “Jazz in July 2013” at the Deco era venue in Charlton, The Rex Theatre (above image courtesy J. Pollard of The Rex).   They also play at their wine bar and provincial kitchen in Clunes, Lucky Strike Lounge.  Truly Madly Deeply’s performance is generously supported by Waller Realty of Maldon/Castlemaine, and we thank them so much!  Great interview just released with Paris Payne by “The Local” Daylesford’s Kyle Barnes p.25.  Don’t miss this trio, see you at the Fair!

!cid_8EB81C85-92AA-4FCA-82C3-985F1018FDFE Birdland   Paris Payne Trio I Remember You

Chaperon wines available for purchase from Chocolade Trading Space.

Canapes and hors d’oeuvres available for purchase from Wicked Temptations eatery inside the air conditioned hall.

Art of Elegance Fair – Maldon Progress Hall – Francis Street Maldon, (off High Street) – trading 2 – 9 pm – $5 entry, all day pass out, under 12 free, Truly Madly Deeply 6.30 – 8.30 pm – vintage dress if desired, silent auction, door prizes, and lots more.

Wicked Temptations 18 High Street Maldon Phone (03) 5475 2222 (Lauren – bookings and enquiries)


Entertainment Sponsor – Waller Realty – Maldon and Castlemaine –

Phone: (03) 5470 5811 or (03) 5475 1055   Social Media – Facebook – Waller Realty

words: copyright M. Roleff

images: J. Pollard copyright 2013 top, centre P. Payne 2013, right M. Roleff 2013