Iconic Live Music Spot 'The Basement' Is Set To Re-Open Under New Management

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Cassie Walker

4 February 2019

Cassie Walker

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After closing its doors in April last year, The Basement is set to shake up the live music scene in Sydney once again after being taken over by new management.

It will have a bit of a fresh new look thanks to the change, with Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham - who are behind the iconic Mary’s Burgers and the Lansdowne Hotel – rebranding it as Mary’s Underground.

Every night in the downstairs restaurant there will be live music pumping, with burgers and pizza available upstairs.

The Basement closed down in April last year after 45 years as a very popular live music spot in the city.

“We love our city, and are extremely excited about bringing a fat slice of Mary’s slap bang into the middle of the action,” Smyth said.

“We live in one of the most beautiful places in the world, inhabited by some of the most talented folk in the world. Sydney 2019 is glorious and we are all about celebrating that fact.

Mary’s Underground will open on May 7 at 7 Macquarie Place, Sydney.

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