The Vines and Russian Standard Vodka rock out for Live at the Chapel

Australian rock band, The Vines, wowed the crowd at Sydney's St Stephen's church on Thursday with Russian Standard Vodka for Live At The Chapel

Australian rock band, The Vines, wowed the crowd at Sydney’s St Stephen’s church on Thursday (26 May) with Russian Standard Vodka for Live At The Chapel, the first such event for 2011.

On the eve of the release of their fifth studio album, “Future Primitive”, the re-energized band showed fans just how rock’n’roll should be experienced, putting on a show that’s sure to live long in people’s minds.

A very select crowd of fans, media and VIPs headed to the ethereal St Stephen’s Anglican Church in Sydney’s Newtown, where the band played a selection of brand new tunes and old favourites.

Australian rock band, The Vines, at Sydney’s St Stephen’s church partnered with Russian Standard Vodka for Live At The Chapel

Celebritites such as Ruby Rose, Chris Joannou, Laura Csortan, Tom Williams, Daimon Downey and Rai Thistlethwayte were among the well-known faces who joined die hard Vines fans to experience the live music event.

“The lucky few who were here had the chance to experience real music thanks to The Vines amazing performance in this unique venue,” commented Andrew Skehan, senior brand and business manager, Beam Global Australia. “The atmosphere was buzzing even before The Vines went on stage, thanks to our gorgeous Russian Standard Vodka Models who treated guests to authentic Russian demi-shots of Russian Standard Original served with Black Pearl Epicure caviar, as well as the refreshing Russian Standard Vodka Citrus RTD.”

Some famous faces in attendance were (l-r) Andrew Skehan, Ruby Rose and Simon Joyce

The event, a collaboration between MCM Media and Beam Global Australia, created a unique branding experience as music is a major focus for Russian Standard Vodka. It’s partnership with Live at the Chapel in Australia offers the complete experience for music lovers thanks to real music and real vodka.

The Vines with Russian Standard Vodka models at the event.

Simon Joyce, CEO of MCM Media, was also thrilled with the band’s performance, saying “The Vines were electric – it’s no wonder they have made such an impression all over the world through the course of their career. It goes to show how incredible a scorching live rock set is, in this intimate and exclusive environment, and tonight The Vines well and truly delivered on all the elements that make Live At The Chapel so special.”

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