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LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide May 18

Jess Locke: Jess’ captivating ability to match dreamy guitar pop with unabashedly candid lyricism has seen her already winning crowds over with her live show. Having toured in support of Paul Dempsey, Tigers Jaw (USA), Into It. Over It. (USA) and Julia Jacklin, Locke’s future can only get brighter. Thu, May 18, Petersham Bowls Club […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide May 11

The Angry Anderson Band: Recapture the sweaty, alcohol soaked, intense assault on the senses of the 80s when the classic lineup of Aussie rockers Rose Tattoo come together for a special performance tonight. Thu, May 11, The Bridge Hotel Band Of Frequencies: The roots rockers from the Sunshine Coast arrive in Sydney tonight to launch […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide May 4

Josh Cashman: Every now and then, a local artist emerges who has an undeniable, palpable and infectious momentum, and Josh Cashman definitely fits into that exclusive category. Now returning home from SXSW festival Josh is coming to Sydney to launch his new single Listening. Thu, May 4, Brighton Up Bar Rory Ellis: Hailing from the […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Apr 27

Marguerite Montes: Tonight marks the launch of Montes’ debut album All The Time In The World. An artist with music in her bones, Montes believes in the need to take “all the time in the world” for a productive and authentic life. Thu, Apr 27, Georgia’s Koutouki OKA: Bring their electric dreamtime roots back to […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Apr 20

Nadia Reid: Returning to Australia from New Zealand with her stunning second album full of stories of self discovery. The album and it’s inherent self discovery didn't come easy as Nadia traversed 10,000kms in the 18 months since her debut record. Thu, Apr 20, The Golden Age Cinema The Tea Party: The much revered Canadian […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Apr 13

Slightly Stoopid: Nearly two decades into their artistry, Slightly Stoopid continues to progress into new musical territory, defining their signature party friendly fusion of folk, rock, reggae, funk, hip-hop and blues whilst also creating a contagious feel-good vibe that has its own lifestyle and subculture. Thu, Apr 13, Manning Bar Handel’s Messiah: Detailing the life […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Apr 6

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 […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Mar 30

Glenn Skuthorpe: Find the crossroads of blues roots country and folk and you will discover Nhunggabarra, Kooma, Muruwari man and international touring singer Glenn Skuthorpe with his guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmonicas in hand. Thu, Mar 20, Camelot Lounge Martha Tilston: Has grown up immersed in music. Her singer-songwriter father Steve Tilston and renowned folk singer […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Mar 23

The East Pointers: A Canadian trio who make traditional music seem ridiculously hip. Their upbeat original tunes inspire audiences the world over and have made them a constant festival drawcard since they began recording and touring in 2015. Thu, Mar 23, Camelot Lounge Kate Miller-Heidke: The Australian music sensation will bring her inimitable vocal ability […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Mar 16

Domini Forster: Fast establishing herself as one of Melbourne’s brightest new voices in modern folk Forster is now in the midst of a national tour celebrating the release of her debut album Raven. Thu, Mar 16, Django Bar My Echo: Melbourne's My Echo had been keeping up a ruthless touring schedule for years. On a […]