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Should be a nice show. Cummings prior to his solo career had a pop group The Sports, who had world record deals with Mushroom, Arista, Stiff and Sire Record labels and released Four albums.
After the Sports disbanded in late Cummings has made about 22 albums for mainstream and Independent labels, one of the few Australian artists to do so. To celebrate Stephen Cummings will be performing a number of intimate shows round Australia with Americana guitarist Sam Lemann. Featuring space-rock guitar solos, tight-knit arrangements, and brilliant musicality, this group delve into the mysterious, the musical, and no song or set ever sounds the same.
Andrew Tuttle is a best-kept secret of the Australian underground. Tuttle dwells in a between world of ambient and folk genre that feels like a community all of its own. Holding a space that is abundant and generous, Andrew Tuttle makes outsider music that turns listeners into insiders — beckoning a journey inwards which unfolds many heart-opening moments along the way.
McKisko balances dappled fragility with bright-lit imagery and clear-eyed intention. The other four tracks are previously unreleased and taken from the same sessions that spawned Bedsit. Earlier in the year Hutchings performed around Australia in support of Bedsit, including sold out shows in Sydney and Brisbane.
Careering Through The Bedsit will be the first batch of solo shows Jamie since, and a return to native shores following a festival run in France with two of his other acts Infinity Broke and The Tall Grass. Stay with you hard. Centennial Park and Marrickville get name-checked and it feels very much like a Sydney album, albeit a reflective, introspective and intensely personal one from the melancholic side of town.
The group released six acclaimed albums and toured many times around Australia as well as North America and the UK where some of their material was also released. His production work has involved artists such as Peabody, The Maladies and Mark Moldre and he has guested and collaborated with art-ists such as Paul Dempsey and Peter Garrett.
His other interests include literature, surf-ing and wine. He is quite messy and cooks poorly. Jodi will be stripping it bare and singing her songs solo, with just a guitar for accompaniment. A genius songwriter with effortless presence and command, and yet also an invisible chameleon, a reflecting surface, an anonymous conduit. Dave is one of the all time greats.
I learned much of what I know from him. We do take bookings and it is as easy as clicking on the link below- choosing your time, date and amount of people. Looking forward to looking after you. You can always call us to direct at the bar on 07 The Skukum Lounge is the perfect venue for your xmas party or next celebration.
All shows are 18 plus. We are open till late every night and always open on Friday and Saturday until 12 am midnight. We are closed Monday and Tuesday. There are cabs ever ready out the front to take you home. Well we have the perfect locations and options to spoil…. Well, we have the…. Our teppan tables are the largest and most unique in Australia, and use the latest induction technology so that you can see and participate in the creation of your meal in total comfort.
Our teppanyaki restaurant in Melbourne cooks in a traditional Japanese teppanyaki style, where diners play a big part in the preparation of their meals. Whether focused on teppanyaki or modern Japanese cuisine, all Kobe Jones restaurants employ expert chefs trained in the Japanese style, and use only the highest quality ingredients, sustainably sourced and impeccably fresh.
The sea farmed or aquaculture products we source must meet our strict standards, and we only source fish where there is no threat to their sustainability. At Kobe Jones, we adhere to a set of regulations in the selection and grading of all ingredients, including seafood, meat, grains and vegetables. All of our signature sauces and condiments are made on site, and our secret recipes are continually tested to guarantee their high standard of quality.
Trev, Nick, Geoff and John have all played bluegrass in various Adelaide band configurations for over 40 years. And, the band has gained an outstanding artist with Stephen Loss joining us to play bass and lend us his great voice. Bluegrass Junction also has a fondness for the tunes of Monroe's long-time fiddler, Kenny Baker, and is the only band in Australia regularly featuring old-time twin-fiddle instrumental numbers, and featuring a focus on the traditional country music that pre-dated bluegrass music.
Following sold out performances at capacity theatres just 12 months ago, this September and October you have the chance to catch Garrett in the most intimate rooms in Australia, and New Zealand. Stephen Cummings is one of Australia's most revered rock 'n' roll icons.
The Sports came to prominence with a number of hits in the late 70s including the classic Who Listens to the Radio? The band released 4 hit albums and toured Australia, Europe and America until the early 80s.
With his third album, Lovetown , Cummings hit his creative stride - critical praise was showered on the album, and it is now revered as a classic amongst his fans and followers of the Australian music scene. A prolific songwriter Cummings has released fifteen studio albums, two 'best of' compilations, a live disc, an album of acoustic re-workings of his songs and a rarities collection all to critical acclaim.
He has also written three novels and many articles for The Age. He is currently working on his new album Prisoner of Love. Driven hip-hop inspired beats, straight up lyrics and a big voice generated directly from the heart. Her love for lush vocals shows in her arrangements, filled with the harmonies and beauty that comes from an artist who lives to sing.
Her partner is in soul is the unbelievable RnB guitarist, Mikey Chan. Rob Snarski is a velvet-voiced troubadour and singer with our national treasures The Blackeyed Susans. He's also a part-time hired gun. Rob plays two sets solo in Adelaide's best intimate venue - not to be missed. Australian born vagabond Stu Larsen and Japanese harmonica player Natsuki Kurai have announced tour dates to finish a massive year that has taken them from Australia to Japan and on to North America, with a giant European run coming up next month before finally returning to Australia for their final shows of the year.
Nearly eight years ago, Natsuki and Larsen met in the middle of Tokyo and quickly connected with each other. We both agree that this allowed us to form a deeper connection, without the use of words," says Larsen. Since then, they've continued traveling back and forth from Australia to Japan, playing shows and festivals along the way.
A Sessions have been a fixture at The Wheaty since Artists will be selling original and one off pieces of ceramics, glass, jewellery and other wall based art works. Remember to bring cash as it is preferred, but there will be a eftpos available!
Over 4 days during the American winter of February we went over to Brooklyn, New York and recorded our third full length album, live and on-the-fly. We were lucky enough to make music with the finest players and greatest people we could hope to meet.
What they brought to our songs was like finding treasure steeped in American musical heritage.