Music has the power to transform you into a bright-eyed, born-again teenager, which comes in really handy if you mucked things up the first-time round!

Even Albert Einstein declared, “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician.”

The Science is in, says Psychology Professor turned Rock Star, Dr. Michelle Millis Chappel – Lifehack

  1. Music makes you happier
  2. Music helps you sleep better
  3. Music lowers stress and improves health
  4. Music keeps your brain healthy in old age
  5. Music helps Alzheimer’s patients remember
  6. Music reduces depression
  7. Music helps you eat less
  8. Music raises IQ and academic performance
  9. Music strengthens learning and memory
  10. Music relaxes patients before and after surgery
  11. Music reduces pain
  12. Music improves recovery in stroke patients
  13. Music increases verbal intelligence
  14. Music enhances running performance
  15. Music elevates your mood while driving

Live Music Laced with Dance in December!

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Singer/Songwriter Molly Millington

Saturday 7 December – Drop Legs + Mana Lion

Dub drenched hip hop grooves & party jams + soul, roots, funk, DnB, Alt/Pop Fantasy Reggae 

With Rock Goddess of Ceremonies – Singer/Songwriter Molly Millington! (Who needs ‘masters’ in this day and age…)

Tickets $10Book Here or $15 at Door

 Sunday 8 December – Open Mic

Calling all Musicians, Singers, Songwriters, Poets, Comedians, Magicians & Storytellers 

Registration from 6pm – Entry by Donation

kenta hayashiFriday 13 December – Kenta Hayashi – Guitarist & Loop Pedal Ninja

The hut is thrilled to be part of Kenta’s Australian tour! A fusion of psychedelic dubbed out journeys & overtone harmonies on a rhythmic foundation

Tickets $25Book Here or $30 Door


Saturday 14 December – Internationally Acclaimed OKA & CHAIKA Bandsoka

See You at the Hut’s Christmas party –  last gig for 2019!

Tickets $30Selling Super Fast! Book Here


About The Rhythm Hut

The Rhythm Hut is a not-for-profit, fully licensed venue with food available for purchase

Under 18s must be accompanied by a genuinely responsible adult

Please drink responsibly. The Hut refuses to serve potential idjits.

135 Faunce St Gosford, NSW


6 December 2019


“Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.”

– Maya Angelou

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