Julie Shepherd and Joe Crowder will trade the soccer field for the stage on Friday night when they debut their lip-sync of glam rock hits at a fundraiser for the Junee Jaguars soccer club.
“We’ve been watching the video [clip], really focusing on the person we’re going to play so that we can imitate them well when we get on stage,” Ms Shepherd said.
Seven teams of lip-syncers have been training to hit the stage from 6pm on Friday.
The mother and son duo and their two other band members are planning to go all-out in full costumes, even trading the masks for make-up.
“We decided to do I Was Made for Lovin’ You because we all like Kiss, and we know another team is planning something from the Divynyls,” Ms Shepherd said.
“We’ll have a couple of inflatable guitars, a drumkit, strobe lights, everything going on.”
At the end of the night, the audience will vote on their favourite performance and crown the winners with glam rock glory.
“Obviously we want to do a good job on stage and really get the style right but at the end of it all, it’s just a bit of fun to raise a bit for the club,” Ms Sepherd said.