Watch The New Brad Butcher Video “Crawl, Beg & Cry”

Brad Butcher
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Queensland based singer-songwriter Brad Butcher has kicked off 2018 in a big way, taking out the Best New Talent gong at the Golden Guitars in January.

And now Butcher is releasing his brand new single and video “Crawl, Beg & Cry”. The track is the third single from Brad Butcher’s latest album Well Dressed Man and was co-written with Nash Chambers and Harry Hookey.

Check out the video for “Crawl, Beg & Cry” below:

Details of the Downtown Folk Festival in Sydney

Downtown Folk Festival
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This October the folks behind boutique music events company Gypsyheart Live will be bringing together some of Australia’s favourite singer-songwriters and roots artists for the first ever Downtown Folk Festival.

Taking place at the Factory Theatre in Sydney on the 21st October, the Downtown Folk Festival have announced an amazing lineup which includes Hollow Coves, Garrett Kato, Harry Hookey, Grizzlee Train, Tullara, Luke Morris, Asha Jefferies, Nick Cunningham, Alana Wilkinson, Feelds and Darby.

The evening is also set to feature a range of local creative businesses to give the whole thing a real festival feel.

Tickets for the Downtown Folk Festival are on sale now – check out the official Facebook event for more details.

The Cake and Cordial Sessions Return to The Tamworth Country Music Festival

Cake and Cordial
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The Tamworth Country Music Festival’s favourite alt-country singer-songwriter mini-festival The Cake and Cordial Sessions returns in 2017 with an amazing lineup of artists.

The Cake and Cordial Sessions will take place on Friday 27th January at St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall in West Tamworth. The lineup includes Ben Salter, Paddy McHugh, Harry Hookey, Megan Cooper, Matt Henry, Melody Moko, Andy Golledge and Sam Newton.

The Cake and Cordial Sessions is alcohol free, gambling free, air conditioned and family-friendly. The night kicks off at 4pm and tickets are just $15.

For more information check out the official Facebook event here.

Kasey Chambers Announces New Album Dragonfly

Kasey Chambers
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Australian country music royalty Kasey Chambers has announced a very exciting concept for her upcoming album Dragonfly.

Due for release on the 20th January the album will feature two seperate sessions. The first, The Sing Sing Sessions, was produced by Australian music legend Paul Kelly, whilst the second, The Foggy Mountain Sessions, was produced by Kasey’s brother and longtime collaborator Nash Chambers.

The album also features a who’s who of special guests including Vika & Linda Bull, Keith Urban, Paul Kelly, Foy Vance, Harry Hookey, Ed Sheeran and Grizzlee Train.

“Working with Paul Kelly as my producer on one side of the double album Dragonfly was a dream come true,” Kasey Chambers Explained. “Paul brought out a whole new side of me, but then I also got to enjoy the comforts of recording with the person who knows and has shaped my original sound better than anyone, my brother Nash, along with my live touring band who have become a huge part on my sound. This double album shows who I am as much as any piece of work I have ever done.”

The track listing for Dragonfly along with two videos, “Ain’t No Little Girl” and “Satellite” are below:

Sing Sing Sessions
1. Pompeii
2. Ain’t No Little Girl
3. Summer Pillow
4. Golden Rails
5. Jonestown
6. Romeo & Juliet (with Foy Vance)
7. Talkin’ Baby Blues
8. You Ain’t Worth Suffering For
9. Behind The Eyes of Henri Young
10. Hey (with Paul Kelly)
11. This Is Gonna Be A Long Year

Foggy Mountain Sessions
1. Shackle & Chain
2. Dragonfly
3. If I Died
4. Satellite
5. No Ordinary Man (with Harry Hookey, Vika Bull & Linda Bull)
6. If We Had A Child (with Keith Urban)
7. Annabelle
8. The Devil’s Wheel (with Grizzlee Train)
9. Ain’t No Little Girl (FM Lounge Version)


Kasey Chambers will be touring throughout January on a co-headline tour with Bernard Fanning – the full list of dates are here:

Thursday 26th January – West Tamworth Leagues Club, West Tamworth, NSW
Tuesday 14th February – Orange Ex Services Club, Orange, NSW
Wednesday 15th February – Albury Entertainment Centre, Albury, NSW
Friday 17th February – Eastbank Centre, Shepparton, VIC
Saturday 18th February – Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo, VIC
Sunday 19th February – Lakeside Wendouree, Ballarat, VIC
Tuesday 21st February – Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra, ACT
Wednesday 22nd February – Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul, NSW
Friday 24th February – Empire Theatre, Toowoomba, QLD
Saturday 25th February 25th – Saraton Theatre, Grafton, NSW

Imogen Clark Announces Details of Her Debut Album

Imogen Clark
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Alt-country singer-songwriter Imogen Clark has finally revealed details of her highly anticipated debut album. Titled Love & Lovely Lies was co-produced by Clark along with Harry and Jack Hookey and is due for release on the 6th May.

“I love this album,” Imogen Clark says. “It’s definitely the thing I’m proudest to put my name on so far in my life. I had a big hand in producing it myself and I’d never done that on a record before. I produced it alongside two great artists – Harry Hookey and Jack Hookey. We worked on it and played all the instruments together. I’ve never had a record that represented me so strongly. It really is a snapshot of me at 20 and 21 years of age, and I’m really proud of it.”

The latest single from Love & Lovely Lies is “You’ll Only Break My Heart” – take a listen here:

The Inaugural Murwillumbah Country Roots Fest Announces Its Lineup

Kasey Chambers
Image Courtesy of Kasey Chambers

The brand new kid on the festival block is the Murwillumbah Country Roots Fest and judging by its inaugural lineup it will be making a big splash.

The Murwillumbah Country Roots Fest will this year be headlined by Kasey Chambers (above) as well as featuring a bunch of Timber and Steel favourites including The Audreys, Shane Howard, Archie Roach, Busby Marou, Bill Chambers, Henry Wagons, Pierce Brothers, Good Oak, The Davidson Brothers, Harry Hookey, The Wilson Pickers, Melody Pool, Karl S. Williams, Lachlan Bryan, Caitlin Harnett, The Mid North, Garett Kato, Katie Brianna, Sara Tindley, The Company, Mustered Courage, Gretta Ziller and many many more.

The festival will be held at the Murwillumbah Showgrounds in Northern NSW from the 2nd to 5th October this year. To get more information including how to get your hands on tickets check out the official web site here.

Thank Folk It’s Friday – 17th October

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This Week in Folk

All the News From The Week That Was

– Sydney singer-songwriter Tom Stephens is launching his new EP next week. Details here

– Victorian Celtic quartet Co-cheòl have just released their new self-titled EP and have a couple of launch dates coming up. Details here

– We premiered “Going Home”, the brand new video from Pepperjack. Details here

Husky’s new album Ruckers Hill is out today and they’re streaming their track “Saint Joan” online. Details here

– The Port Fairy Folk Festival have added Sinéad O’Connor to their 2015 lineup. Details here

– The next Bluegrass @ Yulli’s in Sydney falls right in the middle of Sydney Craft Beer Week. Details here

Sam Newton is streaming his new album online and has announced a NSW tour kicking off this weekend. Details here

– Canadian trio The Once have announced plans for a new album plus details of their Australian tour supporting Passenger in January. Details here

– The second round of artists for Bluesfest 2015 is amazing including Bluesfest constant Ben Harper (reunited with The Innocent Criminals), Paolo Nutini, David Gray, Ben Howard, The Counting Crows and many many more. Details here

– Melbourne based singer-songwriter, activist and music blogger Les Thomas has announced his debut Sydney show. Details here

– Sydney singer-songwriter Mark Wilkinson has just kicked off his latest Australian solo tour. Details here

– Sydney will play host to the next Country and Inner Western at the end of this month featuring Shane Nicholson, Jenny Queen, Ruby Boots, Andy Golledge and The Morrisons. Details here

– Folktronica artist Caitlin Park released her new single “Hunt for the Young” featuring backing vocals from Aidan Roberts (The Maple Trail). Details here

– We shared four tracks from the upcoming The New Basement Tapes project which pairs lost lyrics from Bob Dylan with songwriters Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens (Carolina Chocolate Drops), Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Jim James (My Morning Jacket) and Marcus Mumford (Mumford and Sons) and producer T Bone Burnett. Details here

– New Zealand alt-country trio The Eastern released their new single “The Stepping Razor” before they head to Australia for the Fleurieu Folk Festival. Details here

– ARIA nominated artist Harry Hooky released his new video “Where I’ll Be Found”. Details here

– The Man From Snowy River Festival announced its musical lineup including The McClymonts, Andrew Wishart, Paul Costa Band, Fanny Lumsden, Pete Denahy and Richard Perso. Details here

– Melbourne indie-folk artist Brighter Later released their new single “Brace”. Details here

– New Zealand’s Tattletale Saints have announced Australian tour dates. Details here

– Melbourne alt-country band The Stetson Family have announced a home town residency in November. Details here

– Irish singer-songwriter Lisa O’Neill has revealed her new single “Apiana”. Details here

Releases This Week

Islands
IslandsBear’s Den
iTunes

Caitlin Harnett
The River Runs NorthCaitlin Harnett
iTunes

CW Stoneking
Gon’ BoogalooC.W. Stoneking
iTunes

Husky
Ruckers HillHusky
iTunes

Sahara Beck
BloomSahara Beck
iTunes

Sam Newton
Set in StoneSam Newton
iTunes

Tom Stephens
EmbersTom Stephens
iTunes

Songs That Made Me
Katie Noonan’s Songs That Made MeVarious
iTunes

Timber and Steel Recommends – Go To This Gig

Out On The Weekend Festival

Out On The Weekend

How could we not choose this as our gig of the week? This festival looks absolutely fantastic – we hope it’s a massive success and it continues for years to come!

Saturday 18th October – Seaworks, Williamstown, VIC

Gigs Next Week

All Our Exes Live In Texas
Friday 17th October – No 5 Church St, Bellingen, NSW
Saturday 18th October – Grand Junction, Maitland, NSW
Friday 24th October – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW

Bluegrass @ Yulli’s feat. Golden Whistler
Wednesday 22nd October – Yulli’s, Sydney, NSW

Busby Marou
Friday 17th October – Beach Break Bar, Agnes Waters, QLD
Sunday 19th October – Solbar, Maroochydore, QLD
Wednesday 22nd October – Empire Theatre, Toowoomba, QLD (Full Band)
Friday 24th October – Kidgeeridge Music Festival, Conjola, NSW (Full Band)

Cat Canteri
Friday 17th October – The Spotted Mallard, Melbourne, VIC
Sunday 19th October – Wolseley Wines, Torquay, VIC

Co-cheòl
Saturday 18th October — Darebin Music Feast, Wesley Anne, Northcote, VIC

Dorrigo Folk & Bluegrass Festival
Friday 24th to Sunday 26th October – Dorrigo, NSW

Festival of Small Halls feat. Andy Brown, The Mae Trio
Friday 17th October – Mt Tamborine, QLD
Saturday 18th October – Tenterfield, NSW
Sunday 19th October – Eudlo, QLD

Fred Smith
Saturday 18th October – Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival, Kangaroo Valley, NSW

Jack Carty
Friday 17th October – New Globe Theatre, Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 18th October – Majestic Theatre, Pomona, QLD
Sunday 19th October – Bon Amici Cafe, Toowoomba, QLD

Jep and Dep
Thursday 23rd October – Django Bar, Sydney, NSW
Friday 24th October – Birdhouse, Wagga Wagga, NSW

Justin Townes Earle w/ Lindi Ortega, Marlon Williams
Saturday 18th October – Out On The Weekend, Williamstown, VIC
Sunday 19th October – Meeniyan Town Hall, Meeniyan, VIC
Wednesday 22nd October – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD

Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival
Friday 17th to Sunday 19th October – Kangaroo Valley, NSW

Lindi Ortega
Saturday 18th October – Out On The Weekend Festival, Williamstown, VIC
Sunday 19th October – The Toff In Town, Melbourne, VIC
Wednesday 22nd October – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD w/ Justin Townes Earle
Thursday 23rd October – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane, QLD

Mark Wilkinson
Friday 17th October – The Basement, Sydney, NSW
Thursday 23rd October – The Toff In Town, Melbourne, VIC

Missy Higgins
Saturday 18th October – Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, Bunbury, WA
Sunday 19th October – Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Mandurah, WA
Wednesday 22nd October – Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin, NT

Nikki Lane and The Delines with Ruby Boots
Tuesday 21st October – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 22nd October – The Toff In Town, Melbourne, NSW
Thursday 23rd October – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, NSW
Friday 24th October – Meeniyan Town Hall, Meeniyan, VIC

Oh Pep!
Thursday 23rd October – Yarra Hotel, Abbotsford, VIC

One Up, Two Down and Dan Parsons
Tuesday 21st October – House Concert, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 22nd October – The Armidale Club, Armidale, NSW
Thursday 23rd October – The Tree House, Byron Bay, NSW
Friday 24th October – The Junk Bar, Brisbane, QLD

Out On The Weekend Festival
Saturday 18th October – Seaworks, Williamstown, VIC

Pepperjack with/ Pear and the Awkward Orchestra, Dash
Saturday 18th October – The Wesley Anne, Melbourne, VIC

Robert Ellis and Jonny Fritz with James Thomson
Tuesday 21st October – The Toff In Town, Melbourne, VIC
Wednesday 22nd October – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC
Thursday 23rd October – Newton Social Club, Sydney, NSW

Ryan Bingham with Harry Hookey and Tim Wheatley
Friday 17th October – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane, QLD
Sunday 19th October – Mojos, Fremantle, WA
Tuesday 21st October – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC

Sahara Beck
Friday 17th October – Cambridge Side Bar, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday 18th October – RAD, Wollongong, NSW
Friday 24th October – The Jive, Adelaide, SA

Sam Newton
Saturday 18th October – Hibernian House, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 22nd October – Lizotte’s, Newcastle, NSW
Friday 24th October – The Family Hotel, Tamworth, NSW

Sydney Blues and Roots Festival
Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th October – Windsor, NSW

Steve Smyth
Friday 17th October – The Eastern, Ballarat, VIC
Saturday 18th October – Exeter Hotel, Adelaide, SA
Sunday 19th October – The Palace Hotel, Broken Hill, NSW

Tattletale Saints
Thursday 23rd October – The Junk Bar, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 24th to Sunday 26th October – Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival, NSW

The Acfields
Saturday 18th October Taps, Mooloolabah, QLD
Sunday 19th October – New Globe Theatre, Brisbane, QLD

The Eastern
Thursday 23rd October – Wheatsheaf Hotel, Adelaide, SA

The Perch Creek Family Jugband
Friday 17th October – New Globe Theatre, Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 18th October – Bangalow Bowlo, Bangalow, NSW
Friday 24th October – The Substation, Newport, VIC

The Pierce Brothers
Friday 17th October – Metro Theatre, Sydney, NSW
Thursday 23rd October – Moonshine, Manly, NSW
Friday 24th October – 170 Russell, Melbourne, VIC

Tom Stephens
Wednesday 22nd October – Brighton Up Bar, Sydney, NSW

Friday Folk Flashback

“Colorblind” – Counting Crows

I feel like everyone else isn’t as excited about Counting Crows being on the Bluesfest lineup as me. Let me remind you just how good they are.

Watch the New Harry Hookey Video “Where I’ll Be Found”

Harry Hookey
Image Courtesy of Harry Hookey

I have to admit that I’m a little late to the party when it comes to Harry Hookey. His name keeps popping up everywhere but it wasn’t until I watched the new video for track “Where I’ll Be Found”. Now I’m hooked.

“Where I’ll Be Found” is taken from Harry Hookey’s latest album Misdiagnosed. Check out the video below:

Thank Folk It’s Friday – 22nd August

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This Week in Folk

All the News From The Week That Was

– Banjo legends Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn have announced their first album together to be released this October. Details here

– A bunch more sideshows for the Out On The Weekend festival were announced including tours from Ryan Bingham (with Harry Hookey and Tim Wheatley), Robert Ellis and Jonny Fritz (with James Thomson) and Nikki Lane and The Delines (with Ruby Boots). Details here

Cat Canteri, drummer for Melbourne alt-country outfit The Stillsons, has announced plans for a solo album and national tour. Details here

– The first lineup announcement from the Falls Festival is light on the folk – just The John Butler Trio, Kim Churchill and Vance Joy on the lineup so far. Details here

– Our good friends at the Seek Stumble Listen Live blog have announced their first ever multi-media music event featuring Fanny Lumsden and The Thrillseekers, Little Fox and more. Details here

– The Australasian Worldwide Music Expo (AWME) have announced the first round of artists for 2014 including Hiatus Kaiyote, Ash Grunwald, Bart Willoughby, Jimblah, Pierce Brothers, Ms Murphy, Bullhorn, Nahko and Medicine for the People (USA), Digging Roots (Canada), Estere (NZ) and Myele Manzanza (NZ). Details here

– Adelaide folk four-piece The Timbers released their new video “Mean Streak” and announced an east coast tour. Details here

The Mullum Music Festival has announced its 2014 lineup including Harry James Angus, Husky, Kim Churchill, Frank Yamma, Bobby Alu, Marlon Williams, Liz Stringer, Siskin River, The Mae Trio, The Twoks, Starboard Cannons, The Mid North, Tracy McNeil, The Yearlings and many more. Details here

Jack Carty has announced details of his upcoming album Esk. Details here

– I had to admit that I sometimes watch So You Think You Can Dance when I wrote a piece about the upcoming Hozier album. Details here

Olivers Army will be launching their new album with a tour this September. Details here

Yuko Nishiyama has just released her new album Parade and has a couple of shows left of her launch tour. Details here

Missy Higgins released the video for her beautiful version of “Shark Fin Blues” as well as announcing a massive national tour. Details here

– Sydney singer-songwriter Patrick James is streaming his new single “Fight With Me” featuring Olympia. Details here

– Sydney’s Little May have announced details of their debut EP. Details here

Ben Howard has provided details of his upcoming album along with a stream of the title track “I Forget Where We Were”. Details here

– The wonderful Lanie Lane is back with a brand new video “Celeste”. Details here

– Watch folk, hip-hop and dance combine in the new Arbori video “Walls”. Details here

Folk By The Sea have announced their 2014 lineup including Mic Conway & Phil Donnison, The Bottlers, The Button Collective, Big Erle, Joe Mungovan and many many more. Details here

Releases This Week

Vena Portae
Vena PortaeVena Portae
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Timber and Steel Recommends – Go To This Gig

Yuko Nishiyama

Yuko

I first saw Yuko Nishiyama a few months ago and I was so impressed with her brand of folk-pop. Having just released her new album Parade Yuko Nishiyama is finishing up her launch tour in Sydney and Canberra this weekend.

Friday 22nd August – Brighton Up Bar, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 23rd August – Front Gallery, Canberra, ACT

Gigs Next Week

Bob Dylan
Monday 25th August – Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 29th August – Royal Theatre, Canberra, ACT

Busby Marou
Friday 22nd August – The Cambridge, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday 23rd August – The Basement, Sydney, NSW
Sunday 24th August – Waves, Wollongong, NSW
Friday 29th August – The Soundlounge, Gold Coast, QLD

Darren Cross
Saturday 23rd August – Rhino Room, Adelaide, SA

Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes, Dan Waters and The Weeping Willows
Friday 22nd August – Baha in Rye, Rye, VIC

Melody Pool and Marlon Williams
Saturday 23rd August – X-Wray Café, Fremantle, WA
Sunday 24th August – Settler’s Tavern, Margaret River, WA
Tuesday 26th August – Ellington Jazz Club, Perth, WA

Nova and the Experience
Saturday 23rd August – Trainspotters, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 29th August – Smith’s Alternative Bookshop, Canberra, ACT

Olivers Army
Friday 29th August – The Gasometer Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Patrick James
Friday 29th August – Beavs Bar, Geelong, VIC

Seek Stumble Listen Live feat. Fanny Lumsden, Little Fox
Friday 29th August – The Corner Store, Sydney, NSW

Spookyland
Friday 22nd August – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW

Taliska
Friday 29th August — Conservatory Café, Wyreena, VIC

The Timbers
Friday 29th August – The World’s End, Adelaide, SA

Todd Sibbin and The Acadian Driftwood
Saturday 23rd August – Cranker, Adelaide, SA
Sunday 24th August – Evelyn, Melbourne, VIC
Tuesday 26th August – Record Crate, Sydney, NSW
Thursday 28th August – The Lass O Gowrie, Newcastle, NSW

Tom West
Saturday 23rd August – Crown & Anchor, Adelaide, SA
Sunday 24th August – Evelyn, Melbourne, VIC
Tuesday 26th August – Record Crate, Sydney, NSW
Thursday 28th August – The Lass O Gowrie, Newcastle, NSW

Tracy McNeil
Friday 22nd August – Lefties Old Time Music Hall, Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 23rd August – The Courthouse, Mullumbimby, NSW
Sunday 24th August – TBC, Melbourne, VIC

Vincent Cross
Friday 22nd August – The Treehouse on Belongil, Byron Bay, NSW
Saturday 23rd August – Troubadour Folk & Acoustic Club, Woy Woy, NSW

Yuko Nishiyama
Friday 22nd August – Brighton Up Bar, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 23rd August – Front Gallery, Canberra, ACT

Friday Folk Flashback

“Rattlin’ Bog” – The Makem Brothers

I love it when fiddle tunes have words. I’d always played “Rattlin’ Bog” as a reel but found in sessions that people would sing along. So I’ve done my best to learn the words as well – although I doubt I could get it this fast!

More Out On The Weekend Sideshows Announced

Out on the weekend
Image Courtesy of Out On The Weekend

Following the announcement of Justin Townes Earle’s Australian tour last week a bunch of other artists from the Out On The Weekend festival have announced sideshows. If you can’t make it to Out On The Weekend you can still catch Ryan Bingham (with Harry Hookey and Tim Wheatley), Robert Ellis and Jonny Fritz (with James Thomson) and Nikki Lane and The Delines (with Ruby Boots).

Out On The Weekend will be held at Seaworks, Williamstown in Victoria on Saturday the 18th October. Check out the full list of dates for each of the side shows below:

Ryan Bingham with Harry Hookey and Tim Wheatley
Tuesday 14th October – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 15th October – Lizottes Kincumber, Kincumber, NSW
Friday 17th October – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane, QLD
Sunday 19th October – Mojos, Fremantle, WA
Tuesday 21st October – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC

Robert Ellis and Jonny Fritz with James Thomson
Tuesday 21st October – The Toff In Town, Melbourne, VIC
Wednesday 22nd October – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC
Thursday 23rd October – Newton Social Club, Sydney, NSW

Nikki Lane and The Delines with Ruby Boots
Tuesday 21st October – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 22nd October – The Toff In Town, Melbourne, NSW
Thursday 23rd October – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, NSW
Friday 24th October – Meeniyan Town Hall, Meeniyan, VIC

Justin Townes Earle with Lindi Ortega and Marlon Williams
Saturday 11th October – The Astor Theatre, Perth, WA
Sunday 12th October – The Gov, Adelaide, SA
Wednesday 15th October – The Metro, Sydney, NSW
Thursday 16th October – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 18th October – Out On The Weekend, VIC
Sunday 19th October – Meeniyan Town Hall, Meeniyan, VIC
Wednesday 22nd October – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD

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