Irish Mythen: Canadian songwriter and storyteller extraordinaire Irish Mythen has conquered the Australian folk scene over the past two years, with performances that pin you to the back wall with their honesty, wit, and emotional intelligence. She return to Sydney tonight.

Thu, Apr 6, Leadbelly

Palace Of The King: Rock powerhouse Palace Of The King, in fine form and fresh off the Baby Animals ONE WORD 2017 Tour, return to the stage to promote their new single Black Cloud. Black Cloud is a rock /soul driven track featuring the vocals of Mahalia Barnes.

Thu, Apr 6, Frankie's Pizza

Round Mountain Girls: The self-proclaimed pioneers of Celtabillyrootsgrassfolk, Round Mountain Girls have finally returned with their long awaited fourth studio album, Meet You At The End. Tomorrow the group will return home to launch the album.

Fri, Apr 7, The Music Lounge

Vincent Sole: Melbourne’s 19-year-old wunderkind penned a management deal with 5/4 Entertainment last year, preparing him for what is already shaping up to be a year of relentless goal-kicking, which begins tomorrow.

Fri, Apr 7, Banquet at World Bar

Hawaiian Choir Workshop: Choir director Gary Smith from Acappella Central will lead a 2-hour workshop channeling the spirit of ʻAlohaʼ he experienced by playing music with the local community in Hawaii some years ago. Those who bring a ukulele will also have the fun opportunity of learning some simple chords and playing along. 

Sat, Apr 8, St Columba Uniting Church

Daniel Weltlinger: World renowned Berlin based violinist Daniel Weltlinger returns to Camelot to launch his new album ‘Samoreau’. Featuring a stellar lineup comprised of Aaron Flower & Cameron Jones on guitars, Edouard Bronson on horns, Marcello Maio on accordion, Daniel Pliner on piano & Stan Valacos on bass this will be Daniel’s only Sydney performance.

Sun, Apr 9, Camelot Lounge

Jason Ayres: The South African born singer moved to Australia at age seventeen calling Perth his new home. It was this move that enriched his passion for music and encouraged him to first pick up a guitar. Having performed to sold out crowds in iconic music venues around the country, his intimate live show and eloquent stage presence have earned him spots supporting a number of international chart toppers.

Sun, Apr 9, Red Rattler Theatre

Charlie Siem: Internationally renowned violin virtuoso and style muse Charlie Siem will give his first-ever performance in Sydney. Often credited with bridging the worlds of classical music, pop culture and style, Siem has performed onstage with stars like The Who, Bryan Adams and Jamie Cullen, while winning a unique fan base including Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Karl Lagerfeld.

Mon, Apr 10, Sydney Opera House

Lupa J: Before the venerated Newtown Social Club closes its doors for good on April 23, producer/glitch queen Lupa J will perform a launch show for her as-yet unreleased new single 'Put Me Back Together'.

Tue, Apr 11, Newtown Social Club

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