During summer it does seem the coast is where it’s at, and when you see such events as the Coastal Jam it certainly reinforces that thought.
He’s heading to Geelong’s Gateway Hotel on Thursday, January 30.
It’s a pearler.
Drawing on elements of rock’n’roll, contemporary indie-rock, classic singer-songwriter, and a hint of blues and country twang, twenty-two-year-old local musician Chitra is taking the music industry by storm, making a distinct step forward in her musical trajectory with her latest and second single ‘A Kind’.
Nestled on the banks of the Murray River under the hot summer sun, some of the best Australian acts converge on Riverboats stage.
David Bridie is one of Australia’s most prolific and respected songwriters, and his sixth solo album release The Wisdom Line is an immersive multimedia project exploring themes of Melbourne, asylum, home, the transience of our relationships, and trying to make genuine connections in an interconnected world where everyone is talking on their phones.
Congo and the Near Death Experience appear for two Australian dates this year, the RRR being their final show, so we thought we better sit down and chat with the absolute legend.
With a recent string of shows along the east coast and past festival performances at the likes of Kennedys Creek, Baked Beans are keen to get back on the stage and share some of the tracks from their sophomore record, due out soon through Flightless Records.