James Kenyon: One of Australia’s standout songwriters to emerge in 2016 after the release of his album Imagine You Are Driving, produced by Nick Huggins. Kenyon’s songs traverse the human experience; the love, loss, desperation and redemption, moving from detail to widescreen as verse to chorus.
Thu, Nov 16, The Temperance Union
Josh Cashman: Is set to round out a huge year with a headline national tour in support of his new EP Instinct. “This body of work is a small light inside of my conscious actions and feelings, through love, relationships, the grind, and all that makes up my 22 years of reality so far.” says Josh.
Fri, Nov 17, The Record Crate
Arrowhead: Sydney's prestigious stoner rockers launch their second album, Desert Cult Ritual, this week. Supporting the trio will be Dawn and post-grunge act Simple Stone.
Fri, Nov 17, The Town Hall Hotel
Alfie Arcuri: Compelled to play his part and demonstrate just how ready Australia is, artist Alfie Arcuri has self-penned an emotional anthem in support of the Marriage Equality campaign, called Love Is Love. This week he will perform a special live and intimate show at The Oxford Hotel.
Fri, Nov 17, The Oxford Hotel
Gold Class: Followed up their slow burning cult success debut record It’s You with their new album Drum earlier this year. In support of the new record the band are coming back to Sydney to show it off to fans here.
Sat, Nov 18, Oxford Arts Factory
City Of Holroyd Brass Band: Set to perform a selection of smash hits from Broadway musicals and blockbuster films. The repertoire will include well-known music from both stage and screen including Broadway musical hits such as All That Jazz from Chicago The Musical and I Dreamed A Dream from Les Misérables; as well as cinematic hits such as Star Wars, Dances With Wolves and many more.
Sun, Nov 19, Riverside Theatres
Oshy Tugendhaft & Black Yoghurt: A spectacular cross-cultural musical event is coming to Sydney this week. Voices is a musical journey that merges the melodies, harmonies and rhythms of Israel, Africa and the world. Conceived and created by legendary South African cantor Oshy Tugendhaft, Voices fuses Hebrew, English and African music into a blend that emerges as a different genre of music altogether.
Mon, Nov 20, Moriah College
Dear Seattle: After releasing their debut self-titled EP in July, Dear Seattle jumped in the van and drove around Australia on their first ever headline tour. After selling out a bunch of those shows the group are ready to do it all again following the release of new single, Cut You Deep.
Tue, Nov 21, Lansdowne Hotel
Tapz: Having already brought his electrifying energy to the same stage as heavy-hitters like A$AP Ferg, Jeremih, Tinie Tempah, Hermitude, G-Eazy, Danny Brown and BANKS, his meteoric trajectory continues with a headline show this week.
Wed, Nov 22, Brighton Up Bar
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