The Morrisons Return With O Brother Where Art Thou? Tribute Shows

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Sydney pickers The Morrisons are heading to The Vanguard in Newtown in May for another round of O Brother Where Art Thou? tribute shows. The classic Coen Brothers film has inspired a generation of folk musicians and getting the chance to see iconic songs like “Man of Constant Sorrow”, “I’ll Fly Away” and “You Are My Sunshine” performed by musicians of The Morrisons’ calibre is not to be missed.

On the 6th, 7th and 8th May The Morrisons will be joined by local musicians Brian Campeau, Lucky Luke, Georgia Mooney, Hannah Crofts, Katie Wighton and Luke Escombe along with comedian Tommy Dean for Man Of Constant Sorrow: A Tribute to the Music of O Brother Where Art Thou?. If you’re keen to get to one of these shows get in quick – tickets are selling fast. Check out The Vanguard’s official site for more details.

Man of Constant Sorrow: A Tribute to the Music of O Brother Where Art Thou?

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The impact of O Brother Where Art Thou?, the 2000 film from the Coen Brothers, and its amazing T Bone Burnett producer soundtrack continues to be felt across the folk scene, it’s probably no surprise that The Vanguard in Sydney is once again holding a couple of tribute nights. Following on from similar sold out nights over the last couple of years, the upcoming events will feature some of Sydney’s best musicians bringing the O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack to life.

The O Brother Where Art Thou? tribute nights will take place on the 7th and 8th May at The Vanguard and will feature performances from the likes of The Morrisons, Ngaiire, Elana Stone, Brian Campeau, Lucky Luke, Marcus Holden and All Our Exes Live In Texas with the night MC’d by acclaimed comedian Tommy Dean.

Tickets to the nights are $25 and will likely sell out fast. For more information check out the official Facebook event here.

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