Boadz
Aug
25
6:00pm 6:00pm

Boadz

Dale 'Boadz' Boaden has roared onto the Melbourne blues scene over the last 2 years, playing shows to packed rooms throughout Victoria and earning a reputation as one of the most promising up-and-comers working today. Particularly well known for his tribute performance of the 'Complete Works of Robert Johnson', Boadz possesses a deep understanding of the history of the blues. Combined with the background of an accomplished jazz improviser, a sound has emerged that is rough and earthy yet sleek and sophisticated; contemporary while also deeply entrenched in tradition. 

Boadz makes his solo debut at The Wesley Anne with a selection of old blues favourites from the likes of Blind Blake, Lonnie Johnson, Blind Willie Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt, Robert Johnson and more, as well as original music fresh from the woodshed. 

Facebook // Boadz - Right or Wrong // LIVE @ Blues On The Hill // Get Rhythm - Johnny Cash (BOADZ Cover)

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The Stu Thomas Paradox solo
Aug
27
4:00pm 4:00pm

The Stu Thomas Paradox solo

The Stu Thomas Paradox solo 4pm free

Stu Thomas is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer and artist, and fronts his own red-hot voodoo-surf wunderband The Stu Thomas Paradox. He’s played in 20 countries with some of Australia’s greats (including Kim Salmon, and Dave Graney).and is performing solo at Edinburgh Castle for the first time. Armed with a guitar, and a killer voice, Stu will sing his material old and new, with some film song surprises thrown in.

 Bandcamp // Facebook // Wiki

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Squeak Lemaire
Sep
1
6:00pm 6:00pm

Squeak Lemaire

Squeak is a 20 year old singer/songwriter, currently based in Melbourne. Through the use of his voice, his guitar, beatboxing and a loop pedal, Squeak can create a huge, band like atmosphere in any room. With festivals such as The Byron Bay Bluesfest, Mullumbimby Music Festival, and Buskers By The Creek under his belt, Squeak has developed a fast growing fanbase in the Northern NSW region, Squeak now looks to Melbourne to grow. His style eclectically blends acoustic, hip-hop and indie-pop, with his ability to write eloquent lyrics, thus creating a sound to get you moving, and words to leave you moved.

Facebook // Insta: @squeak_lemaire

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DJ Dustin McClean
Sep
1
to Sep 2

DJ Dustin McClean

Dustin McLean is a musician, producer & DJ who has been Djing around melbourne since 2001. 

As a musician he has performed at most of the major festivals in Australia with bands like The Bamboos & TZU. He also runs a studio in Fitzroy where he records and produces for a variety of artists & bands. 

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Eddie Nuardo Trio
Sep
2
5:00pm 5:00pm

Eddie Nuardo Trio

Alt-country singer/songwriter Eddie Nuardo will be playing two shows at the Edinburgh Castle on Saturdays in September from five o’clock.

Nuardo’s songs are based in the storytelling traditions of country and folk music, and the two sets will include a selection of his own material as well as a few nods to some influences, as well as a few duets along the way.

Accompanied by Pete Fidler (Bluestone Junction) on dobro and mandolin and Luke Richardson (Raised By Eagles) on double bass. 

Website

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The Flaming Mongrels
Sep
3
4:00pm 4:00pm

The Flaming Mongrels

Bringing together some of Australia's finest musicians, The Flaming Mongrels features luminaries of the Melbourne country and blues scene. The ensemble brings a fresh new sound to the Melbourne music scene, cross-pollinating outlaw country, down-home blues, jazz and swing, while retaining a unique and individualistic sound. The Flaming Mongrels will be bringing there unique brand of Hillbilly goodness to the Edinburgh Castle Sunday the 3rd of October 4-6 pm

Website // Facebook

 

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Eddie Nuardo Trio
Sep
9
5:00pm 5:00pm

Eddie Nuardo Trio

Alt-country singer/songwriter Eddie Nuardo will be playing two shows at the Edinburgh Castle on Saturdays in September from five o’clock.

Nuardo’s songs are based in the storytelling traditions of country and folk music, and the two sets will include a selection of his own material as well as a few nods to some influences, as well as a few duets along the way.

Accompanied by Pete Fidler (Bluestone Junction) on dobro and mandolin and Luke Richardson (Raised By Eagles) on double bass. 

Website

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Shaky Stills
Sep
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Shaky Stills

Shaky Stills play Country and Western, Western Swing, Rockabilly and original Alt-roots with a backbone rhythm section made of Rhythm and Blues. They are aplayers band, made from Australia's finest, with Ed Bates' pedal steel at the core of the sound, Patty and the band's song writing and playing is genuine and seriously good.

"Cruising down Route 66 in a mid-‘60s Cadillac on a warm summer’s day is the image that’s conjured upon listening to 16 Years, the opening cut from Shaky Stills’ new album Genuine Moonshine. The keyboard cruises along and the pedal steel of Ed Bates shines in and out of the mix as the band grooves out in an extended instrumental, making it an impressive opener. If you’re a fan of bands like Raised By Eagles and Wagons, then I reckon you might just get around Shaky Stills.
 
Led by the lead vocal and guitar duties of Patrick Carr, Genuine Moonshine easily works together as a succinct set of ten tracks. From Dark of Night to Quarter To Three, these tracks are complimented by the sweet backing vocals of Rikki Arnot that work with Carr’s to create a rich, full, and smooth vocal sound. Killer performances from all members make this a definite highlight of local Melbourne releases for 2017.
 
Like a bar stool out of a backroom bar in Nashville with plenty of stories to tell, Genuine Moonshine gets better with every listen."  Tex Miller Beat Magazine 

Bandcamp

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Georgia Fields w/ Canary
Sep
14
8:00pm 8:00pm

Georgia Fields w/ Canary

"Georgia Fields dreams in fantastic Technicolor. Darkly-coded collisions of fairytale
and myth... Plain speaking love songs, swelling with strings... Irrepressible pop." -
The Age (four stars)

Hot on the heels of her recent 16-date national tour, Georgia Fields returns to The
Edinburgh Castle for a series of intimate solo shows. Drawing on material from her
10-year career, as well as debuting new songs, Georgia will be joined by the
following special guests:

14th September - Matthew Kenneally (Canary)
21st September - Alison Thom (Howlite)
28th September - Hollie Joyce

Expect pop-up musical guests, surprise collaborations, a cover song or two, and
Fields' infamous onstage charisma.

Music starts at 8pm and entry is free.

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DJ Dead Set
Sep
15
to Sep 16

DJ Dead Set

Dead Set about music. Style, genre, tempo, and release date are not factors when it comes to a Dead Set. Rules are simple - only the best tracks for that moment in time. Mixing and mashing classics with upbeat flavours that get feet tapping and heads nodding. Don't be surprised when you hit the dance floor. 

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Moreland City Soul Revue
Sep
17
4:00pm 4:00pm

Moreland City Soul Revue

What started out as a protest band, a vehicle to voice their concerns with the global
political climate, took an interesting twist when they approached former Pornland front man
and vocalist Slatty D, who pointed out “The people don’t want to hear about our
disillusionment with the inadequacies of government, local or otherwise. What they really
need is soul.” The MCSR was born!
The MCSR is fronted by former PORNLAND lead singer and contains members from
bands like:
Missy Higgins, Lanie Lane, Mia Dyson, Liz Stringer.
An all star soul band playing soulful originals and soul classics...

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Georgia Fields w/ Howlite
Sep
21
8:00pm 8:00pm

Georgia Fields w/ Howlite

"Georgia Fields dreams in fantastic Technicolor. Darkly-coded collisions of fairytale
and myth... Plain speaking love songs, swelling with strings... Irrepressible pop." -
The Age (four stars)

Hot on the heels of her recent 16-date national tour, Georgia Fields returns to The
Edinburgh Castle for a series of intimate solo shows. Drawing on material from her
10-year career, as well as debuting new songs, Georgia will be joined by the
following special guests:

14th September - Matthew Kenneally (Canary)
21st September - Alison Thom (Howlite)
28th September - Hollie Joyce

Expect pop-up musical guests, surprise collaborations, a cover song or two, and
Fields' infamous onstage charisma.

Music starts at 8pm and entry is free.

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James & The Jealous Guys
Sep
22
6:30pm 6:30pm

James & The Jealous Guys

James Ellis and the Jealous Guys is a country / Americana band from Melbourne, Australia. After 10 years writing and playing songs in The Bitter Sweethearts, James Ellis launched this new band at the end of 2016, which includes members of Big Smoke (Tim Baker, Luke Brennan, Joe Cope and Alex O'Gorman) and The Hello Morning (Steven Cliffhanger and Joe Cope). Relying heavily on traditional country instrumentation and arrangements, the music draws on the influence of Hank Williams, Ray Price, Waylon Jennings and more recent traditionalists such as Daniel Romano. 

Facebook // Youtube

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DJ LADY BLADES
Sep
23
to Sep 24

DJ LADY BLADES

DJ Lady Blades will be spinning her unique mix of  Stompin Rhythm and Blues, 60's dancers, Surf, Exotica, Garage, Latin shakers, soul screamers and a whole heap of dirty rock n roll,

Specialising in mexican rocanrol from the 50's and 60's. She has travelled Mexico a few times to collect and spinning records in a few of Mexico's  smokey 60's Garage a Go Go and Rockabilly rocanrol record hops. .. you'll get mix of much loved and lil heard rarities she's collected along the way! 

free, beer garden

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Georgia Fields w/ Hollie Joyce
Sep
28
8:00pm 8:00pm

Georgia Fields w/ Hollie Joyce

"Georgia Fields dreams in fantastic Technicolor. Darkly-coded collisions of fairytale
and myth... Plain speaking love songs, swelling with strings... Irrepressible pop." -
The Age (four stars)

Hot on the heels of her recent 16-date national tour, Georgia Fields returns to The
Edinburgh Castle for a series of intimate solo shows. Drawing on material from her
10-year career, as well as debuting new songs, Georgia will be joined by the
following special guests:

14th September - Matthew Kenneally (Canary)
21st September - Alison Thom (Howlite)
28th September - Hollie Joyce

Expect pop-up musical guests, surprise collaborations, a cover song or two, and
Fields' infamous onstage charisma.

Music starts at 8pm and entry is free.

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James & The Jealous Guys
Sep
29
6:30pm 6:30pm

James & The Jealous Guys

James Ellis and the Jealous Guys is a country / Americana band from Melbourne, Australia. After 10 years writing and playing songs in The Bitter Sweethearts, James Ellis launched this new band at the end of 2016, which includes members of Big Smoke (Tim Baker, Luke Brennan, Joe Cope and Alex O'Gorman) and The Hello Morning (Steven Cliffhanger and Joe Cope). Relying heavily on traditional country instrumentation and arrangements, the music draws on the influence of Hank Williams, Ray Price, Waylon Jennings and more recent traditionalists such as Daniel Romano. 

Facebook // Youtube

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DJ Dustin McClean
Sep
29
to Sep 30

DJ Dustin McClean

Dustin McLean is a musician, producer & DJ who has been Djing around melbourne since 2001. 

As a musician he has performed at most of the major festivals in Australia with bands like The Bamboos & TZU. He also runs a studio in Fitzroy where he records and produces for a variety of artists & bands. 

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DJ ERNIE DEE
Aug
19
to Aug 20

DJ ERNIE DEE

Original mister nice guy and keen vinyl collector Erney dee (aka DJ Ernest) is known for his reggae style hip hop, jungle and dancehall selections, mixing it up with some future jazz, dirty south beats, dubstep and trap to get the dancefloor jumping, but always maintaining the jamaican vibe.

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JAMES FRANKLIN
Aug
19
5:00pm 5:00pm

JAMES FRANKLIN

James Franklin 5pm free

Soul/Pop artist James Franklin got his start in 2011 playing in coffee shops, bars and festivals around

Melbourne. Since then, he has gone on to perform with 5 Seconds of Summer, Daryl Braithwaite and

Grammy-nominated Joan Osborne and as touring the UK, Europe and most recently, The United States.

See him live at The Edinburgh Castle on August 19th. 5 - 7pm. Free.

Facebook // Youtube

 

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DJ Dead Set
Aug
18
to Aug 19

DJ Dead Set

Dead Set about music. Style, genre, tempo, and release date are not factors when it comes to a Dead Set. Rules are simple - only the best tracks for that moment in time. Mixing and mashing classics with upbeat flavours that get feet tapping and heads nodding. Don't be surprised when you hit the dance floor. 

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Boadz
Aug
18
to Aug 19

Boadz

Dale 'Boadz' Boaden has roared onto the Melbourne blues scene over the last 2 years, playing shows to packed rooms throughout Victoria and earning a reputation as one of the most promising up-and-comers working today. Particularly well known for his tribute performance of the 'Complete Works of Robert Johnson', Boadz possesses a deep understanding of the history of the blues. Combined with the background of an accomplished jazz improviser, a sound has emerged that is rough and earthy yet sleek and sophisticated; contemporary while also deeply entrenched in tradition. 

Boadz makes his solo debut at The Wesley Anne with a selection of old blues favourites from the likes of Blind Blake, Lonnie Johnson, Blind Willie Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt, Robert Johnson and more, as well as original music fresh from the woodshed. 

Facebook // Boadz - Right or Wrong // LIVE @ Blues On The Hill // Get Rhythm - Johnny Cash (BOADZ Cover)

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PLAZZA w/ The New Pigface Stringband
Aug
17
7:30pm 7:30pm

PLAZZA w/ The New Pigface Stringband

Thursdays in August at the Edinburgh Castle treats you to music while you dine with PLAZZA. Plazza singers combine lush acapella harmonies with minimalistic percussion to create a dramatic and trance-like performance. They sing of the feminine spirit and give voice to lost stories. Plazza will make you dinner music experience unforgettable. 
Thursday 3/10/17 at 7.30pm sharp.

Website // Facebook

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BEN AVERY
Aug
12
5:00pm 5:00pm

BEN AVERY

Ben Avery 5pm free

Ben Avery is a Melbourne based singer-songwriter who creates beautiful imagery through the marriage between his music and lyrics. You’re likely to hear the likes of Bon Iver, City & Colour and Patrick Watson in his work as he uses textures and layers to draw you in.

Get a taste of his upcoming debut album ‘Opia’ at the Edinburgh Castle on Saturday the 5th & 12th of August from 5-7pm. 

Soundcloud

Facebook 

Bandcamp 

 

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DJ LADY BLADES
Aug
11
to Aug 12

DJ LADY BLADES

DJ Lady Blades will be spinning her unique mix of  Stompin Rhythm and Blues, 60's dancers, Surf, Exotica, Garage, Latin shakers, soul screamers and a whole heap of dirty rock n roll,

Specialising in mexican rocanrol from the 50's and 60's. She has travelled Mexico a few times to collect and spinning records in a few of Mexico's  smokey 60's Garage a Go Go and Rockabilly rocanrol record hops. .. you'll get mix of much loved and lil heard rarities she's collected along the way! 

free, beer garden

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CAROLINE NO
Aug
11
6:00pm 6:00pm

CAROLINE NO

No Language, the debut cassette by Caroline No, made it into the both Gorilla vs Bear US top fifty records of 2015 and Grapefruit Record Club staff picks for 2015: “Caroline Kennedy’s songs are commanding in their nonchalance, which makes sense given the one microphone-improvised nature of how they were recorded. Kennedy achieves an amazing effect with that approach, allowing the listener to feel like she is living within the open boundaries of the song”. No Language will be out on vinyl any day now, via Cincinnati label Students Of Decay. Also due for release this year is Swimmers, a Caroline No LP produced by Mick Turner of The Dirty Three, coming out on Soft Abuse (Minneapolis).

Caroline No is Caroline Kennedy and Ian Wadley, sometimes joined by others including Helen from the Garbage And The Flowers, Nick from Tyrannamen or Mick from Dirty Three. They bring their dreamy psychedelia to the Edinburgh Castle for two weeks of Fridays in early august – the 4th  and 11th, supported by musical friends tba.

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PLAZZA w/ Esther Rivers
Aug
10
7:30pm 7:30pm

PLAZZA w/ Esther Rivers

Thursdays in August at the Edinburgh Castle treats you to music while you dine with PLAZZA. Plazza singers combine lush acapella harmonies with minimalistic percussion to create a dramatic and trance-like performance. They sing of the feminine spirit and give voice to lost stories. Plazza will make you dinner music experience unforgettable. 
Thursday 3/10/17 at 7.30pm sharp.

Website // Facebook

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Inspired by the likes of Catherine Ribeiro, Patti Smith and Edith Piaf, Esther Rivers will perform her solo brand of crackling, cinematic melodies, dubbed 'romance noir'. Transported by her song, we find ourselves smoking in the caverns of 1970s Paris nightclubs, or wandering with the ghosts of the Chelsea Hotel. As much a sultry chanteuse as a reckless loner, Rivers' voice is an offering.

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THE KILLJOYS
Aug
6
4:00pm 4:00pm

THE KILLJOYS

The Killjoys are about to record an album of new material to celebrate 30 years of writing, recording and playing their unique brand of indie melodic pop. They'll be test driving their new songs in trio mode at the Edinburgh Castle Sunday August 6th at 4pm, a set of new songs and a set of classics.

Website // Facebook // Bandcamp
 

 

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BEN AVERY
Aug
5
5:00pm 5:00pm

BEN AVERY

Ben Avery 5pm free

Ben Avery is a Melbourne based singer-songwriter who creates beautiful imagery through the marriage between his music and lyrics. You’re likely to hear the likes of Bon Iver, City & Colour and Patrick Watson in his work as he uses textures and layers to draw you in.

Get a taste of his upcoming debut album ‘Opia’ at the Edinburgh Castle on Saturday the 5th & 12th of August from 5-7pm. 

Soundcloud

Facebook 

Bandcamp 

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CAROLINE NO
Aug
4
6:00pm 6:00pm

CAROLINE NO


No Language, the debut cassette by Caroline No, made it into the both Gorilla vs Bear US top fifty records of 2015 and Grapefruit Record Club staff picks for 2015: “Caroline Kennedy’s songs are commanding in their nonchalance, which makes sense given the one microphone-improvised nature of how they were recorded. Kennedy achieves an amazing effect with that approach, allowing the listener to feel like she is living within the open boundaries of the song”. No Language will be out on vinyl any day now, via Cincinnati label Students Of Decay. Also due for release this year is Swimmers, a Caroline No LP produced by Mick Turner of The Dirty Three, coming out on Soft Abuse (Minneapolis).

Caroline No is Caroline Kennedy and Ian Wadley, sometimes joined by others including Helen from the Garbage And The Flowers, Nick from Tyrannamen or Mick from Dirty Three. They bring their dreamy psychedelia to the Edinburgh Castle for two weeks of Fridays in early august – the 4th  and 11th, supported by musical friends tba.

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PLAZZA w/ SHADOW FEET
Aug
3
7:30pm 7:30pm

PLAZZA w/ SHADOW FEET

Thursdays in August at the Edinburgh Castle treats you to music while you dine with PLAZZA. Plazza singers combine lush acapella harmonies with minimalistic percussion to create a dramatic and trance-like performance. They sing of the feminine spirit and give voice to lost stories. Plazza will make you dinner music experience unforgettable. 
Thursday 3/10/17 at 7.30pm sharp.

Website // Facebook

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Shadow Feet is at heart a folk project, formed by NZ artist Ellen Sørensen in 2009. 
Since taking up residence in Melbourne in 2013, the multi-faceted artist has continued to hone her skills in music and paper craft, merging shadow puppetry & projection with evocative compositions, some of which have been likened to artists such as Agnes Obel and Regina Spektor. 
Shadow Feet’s most recent addition Jonathon Griggs will make his debut with the band at Edinburgh Castle on the 3rd August.

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CHECKERBOARD
Jul
30
to Jul 31

CHECKERBOARD

Legendary underground institution, Checkerboard (formerly Checkerboard Lounge), deliver a dynamic, soulful well of emotion and playful abandon in collective improvisation over classic blues and soul. World class musicianship meets raw unbridled passion inspired by moment's music and their ability to articulate the greater depth of expression to create seemingly rehearsed pieces out of nothing but great listening and reaction skills. Checkerboard's point of difference has always been playing with different musicians and throwing them into an improvisational hot-seat, a tour-de-force that demands honesty, integrity and the truth of the musician. The current line up of Carl Pannuzzo -vocals/drums, Shannon Bourne -guitar, Amos Sheehan -bass and Tim Neal - Hammond/Sax puts the band at the peak of their co-creative evolution to create unforgettable experiences in music. “You got it boy, it’s in you”..(Jimmy Smith)

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DJ THE KNAVE
Jul
29
to Jul 30

DJ THE KNAVE

When he's not performing as Elvis or some other musical project - The Knave spins records and you can frequently catch him on the airwaves of PBS 106.7FM.

With his signature collection of LP's and 45's that includes rare and quirky gems collected from around the world - he has a sound a sound like no other.. 

Surf and Spy Guitar, Heavy Funk & Psychedelic Soul, Afro Latin Shakers, Exotic Dances, Rock N Roll screamers, Popcorn Swoons, Desert Rock Gas Guzzlers, Gin Soaked Jazz Swingers, Calypso, Voodoo & more

Free, beer garden

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ZOE K
Jul
29
5:00pm 5:00pm

ZOE K

Zoe K is a powerful force on the Australian music scene with a remarkable voice that pays tribute to the bygone greats of soul, jazz and blues. With a new album recorded and produced with some of New Orleans’s greatest mainstays as well as collaborations with other artists (Ray Angry, The Roots), Zoe K’s new offering is sure to be a welcome dose of old school substance and style. Zoe K rose to prominence after being awarded 1233 ABC female vocalist of the year (2010) and went to perform at Woodford Festival as well as supporting an array of touring artists such as Jon Cleary for his Blues fest sideshows, Imelda May, and Australia’s queen of soul Renee Geyer. The proudly independent artist is renown for her sense of humor, enigmatic stage presence and non-traditional interpretation of soul, blues and jazz, Zoe’s forthcoming second album It’s Just What I Like is brimming with Zoe’s vivacious personality. Free Entry

Official Website

Facebook

Youtube

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TRIO AGOGO
Jul
28
6:00pm 6:00pm

TRIO AGOGO

Trio Agogo are one of the few Australian groups performing the Brazilian styles of Choro and Samba. Their live show is a fiery display of one of the first true Brazilian instrumental music forms.

The group has performed from festival and conservatorium stages to the gritty back lane bars and botequims around Brazil,  Australia and South and Central America.

All members of the group have lived, studied and traveled in Brazil, bringing a wealth of knowledge and understanding to their music.

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THE LONG STAND (duo)
Jul
23
4:00pm 4:00pm

THE LONG STAND (duo)

Hailing from Scalloway, a small fishing village on the Shetland Islands north east of Scotland, Duncan Phillips is an emerging talent on the Australian music scene. As an original songwriter he found the perfect outlet for his music in the Melbourne venues and the public radio stations the city has to offer.

Duncan had the good fortune to grow up in a house where music was an important part of everyday life. His mother was the booker for the world renowned Shetland Folk Festival and his step father fronted Shetland’s number one blues/rock band. This meant that he got to meet and learn first hand from local and international musicians from an early age. He picked up his first guitar aged eight and by fourteen he was taking part in local gigs and festivals. Over the years he has played many styles in many different ensembles, which has lead him musically to where he is today.

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DJ CHRIS XYNOS
Jul
22
to Jul 23

DJ CHRIS XYNOS

Chris has been doing a regular show on PBS since 2014 his collection of vinyl is uptempo feel good Soul music (old school as well as plenty from the local scene) & kitsch 80's.
Toe tapping, hip swinging, booty shaking tunes that will get you out of your seat and moving and grooving no matter how you try to resist

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ZOE K
Jul
22
5:00pm 5:00pm

ZOE K

Zoe K is a powerful force on the Australian music scene with a remarkable voice that pays tribute to the bygone greats of soul, jazz and blues. With a new album recorded and produced with some of New Orleans’s greatest mainstays as well as collaborations with other artists (Ray Angry, The Roots), Zoe K’s new offering is sure to be a welcome dose of old school substance and style. Zoe K rose to prominence after being awarded 1233 ABC female vocalist of the year (2010) and went to perform at Woodford Festival as well as supporting an array of touring artists such as Jon Cleary for his Blues fest sideshows, Imelda May, and Australia’s queen of soul Renee Geyer. The proudly independent artist is renown for her sense of humor, enigmatic stage presence and non-traditional interpretation of soul, blues and jazz, Zoe’s forthcoming second album It’s Just What I Like is brimming with Zoe’s vivacious personality. Free Entry

Official Website

Facebook

Youtube

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TRIO AGOGO
Jul
21
6:00pm 6:00pm

TRIO AGOGO

Trio Agogo are one of the few Australian groups performing the Brazilian styles of Choro and Samba. Their live show is a fiery display of one of the first true Brazilian instrumental music forms.

The group has performed from festival and conservatorium stages to the gritty back lane bars and botequims around Brazil,  Australia and South and Central America.

All members of the group have lived, studied and traveled in Brazil, bringing a wealth of knowledge and understanding to their music.

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