And now for a friendly reminder that 360’s rescheduled tour kicks off next month, with Mr Matthew James Colwell dropping by Warrnambool’s Whalers Hotel on April 3 and Barwon Heads Hotel, Barwon Heads on April 4. 360 was forced to cancel his original run due to illness, marking the first time he had cancelled dates.
With this being our last issue before the Aireys Inlet Open Mic Festival, it’s the perfect time for a good look at what’s in store. It’s a ripping little festival, after all. For those who love it short and sweet, the festival welcomes over 150 performances across three days and nine stages.
Clare Bedford’s Invenire will find a home at the Courthouse ARTS gallery starting March 13. Clare: “I love to dabble with paint, film and pen but a camera is my first love. I have a great passion for creating stories based on the mental experiences in my own life and of others.”
Widely regarded as America’s foremost harmonica virtuoso, Phil Wiggins is on his way to Ocean Grove’s Piping Hot Chicken Shop for what is sure to be a major highlight of the venue’s time. Phil was born in Washington, D.C., after his parents had moved from Titusville, Alabama in 1941. However, Titusville would remain a major part of Wiggins’ life. Many childhood summers would be spent there, while it also proved to be a major reason for developing his strong connection with the blues.
We are very sad to report that this years Inca Roads festival has been cancelled. The cancellation comes just two and a half weeks out from the festival start date, which featured bands including The Harpoons, The Cactus Channel, Sex On Toast and Scotdracula to name just a few. The festival have released the below […]
Tickets remain for Oblivians’ show at The Barwon, Geelong on March 9. How could that be?! Formed in 1993 by Greg Cartwright and Jack Yarber, then members of garage-rock outfit Compulsive Gamblers, and Eric Friedl, the band wrote the majority of their debut album over the first weekend following their decision to play together.