J.A.M'S TOP LIVE MUSIC PICKS MAR 22-28

Breabach: This Scottish five-piece deliver a thrilling and unique brand of contemporary folk music that has earned them international recognition in the world and roots music scene as one of the UK’s most dynamic and exciting bands. Check them out live in Sydney tonight.

Thu, Mar 22, Django Bar

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: Since their debut release in 2001, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have made a name for themselves on a global scale. By fusing together elements of the psych, space rock, noisepop and classic rock and roll their live shows have often been hailed as events rather than mere gigs; a dynamic showcase of dark, brooding rock mixed with an energetic show you can’t take your eyes off.  

Fri, Mar 23, Enmore Theatre

Frances Madden & Band: One of Australia’s classiest performers and most talented young song writers, will return to the Basement this weekend. Frances captivates her audiences with a combination of her genuinely warm stage presence together with a voice and style that are uniquely hers.

Sat, Mar 24, The Basement

The Smith Street Band: This will be The Smith Street Band’s first Australian headline tour since the release of More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me, which debuted at #3 on the ARIA Album chart. This year is going to be massive for the band and will likely see them rarely performing in Sydney so see them this weekend while you can.

Sat, Mar 24, Enmore Theatre

LANY: Riding high on an unstoppable wave of recent success LA’s finest purveyors of intergenerational alternative music return to Sydney this Sunday to showcase their new self-titled album.

Sun, Mar 25, Big Top Luna Park

Neighbourhood Watch: A free family-friendly, daytime carpark party, curated by hip-hop collective One Day will see the likes of Spit Syndicate’s Nick Lupi, Levins FlexMami and Bad Bitch Choir taking to the stage.

Sun, Mar 25, Public House Petersham

Chase Atlantic: Since forming in 2011, Chase Atlantic have packed multiple headline tours across Australia, released two successful independent EPs, and scored the viral single Friends, which has received over eight million Spotify plays. The group will return to Sydney on Monday as support for Sleeping With Sirens.

Mon, Mar 26, Hordern Pavillion

Rag’n’Bone Man: Arriving in Australia as part of the massive Bluesfest line-up, English singer-songwriter Rag’n’Bone Man will be arriving in Sydney on Tuesday to perform tracks from his multi-platinum selling album Human.

Tue, Mar 27, Enmore Theatre

Elephant Sessions: A musical powerhouse, welding weapons grade grooves and guitar attack with quicksilver fiddle/mandolin melodies. The group fuses rich folk and traditional influences with funk, rock and electronica in an instantly captivating, progressive, visceral blend.

Wed, Mar 28, The Leadbelly

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