LIVE WIRE – SYDNEY'S LIVE MUSIC GUIDE MAR 30TH-APR 5TH

Glenn Skuthorpe: Find the crossroads of blues roots country and folk and you will discover Nhunggabarra, Kooma, Muruwari man and international touring singer Glenn Skuthorpe with his guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmonicas in hand.

Thu, Mar 20, Camelot Lounge

Martha Tilston: Has grown up immersed in music. Her singer-songwriter father Steve Tilston and renowned folk singer Maggie Boyle (step-mother) were obvious influences, with their musician friends often gathering and singing in the family kitchen. Martha's own musical journey has taken her from the acoustic stage at Glastonbury to touring the far reaches of the globe.

Fri, Mar 31, Leadbelly

The Clouds: Among the leading lights of the Australian indie scene in the early to mid-nineties, fronted by the dual vocals of Jodi Phillis and Patricia Young. They now return to the stage this weekend with their first new material in 20 years.

Fri, Mar 31, Newtown Social Club

West Thebarton Brothel Party: Led by charismatic leader figure, gravel-voiced frontman Reverend Ray, WTBP's absurd nom-de-plume has catapulted them into bars, bills and best of lists. Tomorrow night watch them launch their new single here in Sydney.

Fri, Mar 31, Chippendale Hotel

Darcy Fox: Hailing from the Latrobe Valley in regional Victoria pop-folk singer-songwriter Darcy Fox has just released her EP Chapter One and is now hitting the road to celebrate.

Fri, Mar 31, The Newsagency

Ocean Love: A family friendly event featuring live music, artwork, a silent auction, ocean themed face painting and much more will allow us all to celebrate our shared love for the ocean whilst also fundraising for Take 3, a not-for-profit organisation aimed at reducing plastic pollution in our oceans. Some of the musicians and artists featured throughout the day will be Mat McHugh, Nick Saxon, Luke Shadbolt, John Witzig and Jane Gillings.

Sat, Apr 1, Bondi Bowling Club

Sydney Youth Orchestra: In their first major concert of 2017, titled Intrepid Voyagers, the youth orchestra will showcase their wonderful repertoire.

Sun, Apr 2, Sydney Conservatorium Of Music

Alter Bridge: The Orlando rock juggernaut comprised of Myles Kennedy on vocals/guitars, Mark Tremonti on guitars/vocals, Brian Marshall on bass and Scott Phillips on drums are returning to Australia on the back of their fifth album, The Last Hero.

Tue, Apr 4, Enmore Theatre

Renée Geyer: With a career spanning four decades and still going strong Geyer has been consistently reinventing herself. Whether in the studio or on stage, this is where Renée Geyer is home and continues to wow audiences with her remarkable voice.

Wed, Apr 5, Camelot Lounge

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