LIVE WIRE – SYDNEY'S LIVE MUSIC GUIDE MARCH 31ST - APRIL 6TH

Originally published on Alt Media

Sydney TAFE Music Live: Tonight a huge lineup of bands come together for a free festival style event covering a vast array of genres such as electro, psychedelic, rock, blues, pop and acoustic. Some of the bands performing throughout the evening include Our Little Devil, Bluesta, The Valleys, Tim Richards, Coasea, Morghana, The Masonettes, Anna Doolan, Jenny Hume, Daniel Biviano, Bluesta and Orion Jennings.

Thu, Mar 31, Lazybones Lounge

Mi-Sex: As Australian music came of age in the 80s, Mi-Sex were at the forefront acting as the pioneers of the new-wave scene. Tomorrow night the group celebrate a brand new single release along with reworks of their previous hits ‘Computer Games’ and ‘People’.

Fri, Apr 1, Bridge Hotel

Alin & Melike: The dynamic combination of Alin Bahram on flamenco guitar and Melike Bayram performing vocals return this weekend with a very special show at Newtown’s esteemed King Street Theatre. Joining them on the night will be special guest Byron Mark on percussion to add an extra layer of flair to an already fiery, passionate night of flamenco music.

Sat, Apr 2, King St Theatre

Opera In The Pub: If you’re looking for a relaxed night out with friends, accompanied by a great meal and some drinks, then look no further than Opera Bites’ event this Sunday. Opera In The Pub takes the world most beloved operas and puts them in the unusual setting of a pub. A truly unique, fun evening.

Sun, Apr 3, The DOG Hotel

Cinemusica: Bringing together two of Australia’s longest standing musical groups, the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Synergy Percussion take some of the most iconic film scores out of the cinema and onto the concert stage. This event allows for audiences to marvel at the skill of both these two groups and the original film composers as these scores are brought to life and taken to a whole new level.

Tue, Apr 5, City Recital Hall

Sean McMahon & The MoonMen: Having already proved his worth as a musician, this new outfit takes McMahon’s sound even further as they fuse the sounds of American, psychedelic country, folk, blues and rock ’n’ roll. The group arrive in Sydney next Wednesday to launch their new album Shiner and is guaranteed not to disappoint.

Wed, Apr 6, Gasoline Pony

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