With Special Guests
THE MONTGOMERY BROTHERS, LITTLE MILLAR BAND & THE PRECINCT
GA $15 + bf or $20 at the door
Online sales close at 4:30pm on the day of the show unless sold out tickets will be available at the venue.
This Saturday night spectacular is going to be more like a festival than a venue gig. With four acts and multiple genres there is absolutely something for everyone here.
MAYA - Melbourne vocalist MAYA has an eclectic set list of RnB, Soul and electronic jazz. Her sound mirrors her Australian, African, American and Austrian roots. Since a ripe age, she improvised blues with her musician father - to more recent years honing her skills as a songwriter and performer. She has collaborated with some of Melbourne’s finest producers and has performed in iconic venues around the globe.
THE MONTGOMERY BROTHERS - It's like a brain bath, because you kind of follow, kind of get it, but you don't know where it's going. Theirs is a channel of insightful chaos. They generate the kind of live music environment where you turn to your friend and delightedly nod.
Led by Guitar & Ukulele virtuoso, 20 year old Ryo Montgomery accompanied by this bunch of school kids… yes you heard that correctly, school kids, playing with a maturity that is usually associated with artists who have decades of experience. The Montgomery Brothers are an exciting, frightening, gorgeous Blues Band. Exciting, because they hold an audience in the palm of their hand. Frightening, because two of them are under 18 and one of them 20, and they must be gorgeous because the audience stands transfixed as they perform on stage.
"The best young Blues band in Australia" - The Great Southern Blues Festival
LITTLE MILLAR - Little Millar band comprises of two versatile singer and songwriters Cailah Ashlee, and Rory Millar who combine Folk, Gospel and Blues and write stories from the heart, for the soul. Influenced by artists like The Black Keys and Leon Bridges this duo will take you on a melodic journey touching on different genres.
THE PRECINCT - Then new project by Angus Gray - The Precint will be showcased earlier in the night.