This Easter Saturday why not come join my band and I for a chocolate stout at the Wheatsheaf Hotel? You bring your lovely selves and we'll provide the tunes!!
entry is FREE!
So thrilled to be a part of this event again!
Dogapalooza is the first ever dog-friendly, mini outdoor music festival in Australia, and it started right here in Adelaide! This year's stellar lineup is Chris Finnen, The Yearlings, Nigel Waerne, Kelly Menhennett, Cal williams Jr. and The Wisps.
This Fringe fundraiser event is run on 100& volunteer power, all the musicians donate their performance for the day, which means ALL profits generated go straight to local animal rescue and advocacy organisations!
For tickets click on this fringtix link
Super excited to be supporting UK singer/songwriter Katey Brooks on her visit to our fine town!
Katey Brooks’ unique sound epitomizes the culturally diverse environment in which she grew up. Born and raised between Bristol, London and Arizona to musical parents, the Indie Award nominee is best described as a female Hozier, with all the haunting intensity and every bit of the soul.
With a “voice to melt glaciers” (Venue Magazine) Brooks is at home anywhere she can take her guitar. From the London 2012 Olympics to Glastonbury Festival, from WOMAD to Abbey Road, Brooks’ “devastating vocal talent” (Just Music That I Like) has garnered her admirers from across the spectrum of the industry, seeing her feature on tracks with Paloma Faith, Imelda May, The Rolling Stones’ Bill Wyman, Nick Mason of Pink Floyd and Brian May – not to mention sharing the bill with acts like Newton Faulkner, Ghostpoet, Deaf Havana and Mystery Jets.
Fast becoming a radio favourite, “not to be missed” (Time Out) Brooks’ music has been hailed on BBC Radio 1, 2 and 6, and she’s recently been added to the Starbucks playlist worldwide. The haunting, ethereal sound of her latest I Fought Lovers EP is prelude to the sonic largesse of future releases, as she heads to the studio to record her new album with a few of Britain’s finest.
9pm & entry free!
Thrilled to be on the line-up at the 2016 Palmer Sculpture Biennial. Set amongst the sprawling hills and wide open skies of Palmer, punters to the event will be treated to some of the finest scupture work in the country and then get to take in some of the finest music in the country from 4pm with appearances from The Yearlings, John Francis, Tara Carragher and Allan Allanson.
For more details visit this link.
The Art Gallery of South Australia are firing up Friday nights this summer by staying open after hours on the first Friday of every month. Hear great talks, unwind to live music and take in the latest exhibitions and displays.
Think of the Gallery as a launch pad for your weekend; have a bite to eat, something to drink and immerse yourself in art and culture with an amazing mix of eclectic characters – then lose yourself in the city as you head off to other gigs, shows and events.
On March 4th, the theme is "Magic ang Materiality". Be mesmerized by the magic when you join a guided tour of the 2016 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Magic Object. Hear from exhibiting artists and curator Lisa Slade and watch hair dressing evolve into an art form. Then unwind to the tunes of my band and I!
When The first Friday of every month, 5-9pm
Where Art Gallery of South Australia
Cost Free admission. Charges may apply for special exhibitions.
Come and enjoy some good summer vibes at our ‘Sips ‘n’ Gigs’ event featuring some of our best South Australian talent.
Tim Moore, Kelly Menhennet and ‘our’ Daniel Cameron will mesmerise you with their acoustic tunes and original music.
Sunday 21st February 2pm-6pm at Oliver’s Taranga Vineyards
Tickets $30 per person ( with free Riedel glass)
Tickets are limited so purchase now for a gorgeous afternoon out.
Click here to book tickets now
Its with much excitement that I announce my only official Fringe show for 2016 with the award-winning singer/songwriters Loren Kate and Christopher Coleman on Saturday 201th February at the Singing Gallery in McLaren Vale.
An intimate concert of songs and storytelling. Songs will be performed "In The Round", which simply means that all writers will sit on the stage taking turns telling stories and playing songs.
For tickets click this link.