LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide June 18th-24th

Originally published on Alt Media

Chris Cavill & The Prospectors: Raw, sensitve, honest and hard working folk rockers arrive in Sydney this week to celebrate the second single from their album Know Your Destiny. A hauntingly twisted love song to Melbourne and its songwriters, the song explores the inherent struggles for creative artists. Come out and support the live show which makes all the hard work worth it.

Fri, Jun 19, Lazybones Lounge

Ella Fence: With her debut EP Wanderlust out last Friday the Gold Coast songstress is set to arrive in Sydney this week. Having recorded the EP at the famed Brighton Electric Studios, Ella is truly a unique and incredibly talented musician with a beautiful voice, she is bound to blow up so don’t pass up this opportunity.

Fri, Jun 19, Kings Cross Hotel

Anna Salleh: Quickly developing a reputation as one of Sydney’s finest Brazilian jazz musicians, Salleh return home this week after a successful tour of the NSW mid-north coast. Joining her are Dan Holland on piano, Tim Bradley on drums, Stan Valances on bass and Stuart Vandegraaf on clarinet, saxophone and flute for an incredibly moving night of music.

Sat, Jun 20, Foundry616

El Espiritu Del Flamenco: The dynamic combination of Alin Bahram on flamenco guitar and Melike Bayram providing vocals come together to give Sydneysiders a night of passionate and fiery music from Spain and the Mediterranean.

Sat, Jun 20, King Street Theatre

Neal Peres Da Costa: The third instalment in the Australian Hayden Ensemble’s Beethoven Concerto’s on period instruments is due to happen this week with Neal Peres Da Costa the guest soloist this time around.

Sun & Mon, Jun 21-22, Sydney Opera House

Egarr & The Golden Age: Arriving this week for two shows only is a true showman, musical historian and one of the finest keyboardists around. Coming down under to lead the Australian Chamber Orchestra as they play Bach’s Violin Concerto in A-minor for the first time in nearly 20 years and on Australia’s only Stradivarius violin, this will be a magical experience.

Tue & Wed, Jun 23-24, City Recital Hall

The Walking Who: Before embarking on yet another trip overseas, this time to the UK, the Sydney based psych-rock trio are excited to launch their latest single My Future Wife in their home town. Continuing to defy trends and push boundaries, the band’s ability to constantly create new and unique sounds has seen them continue to amass a following both here and internationally.

Wed, Jun 24, Beach Road Hotel

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