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LIVE WIRE – Sydney Live Music Guide September 5th

The Woohoo Revue

Dead Letter Circus: High on the release of their second studio-length album The Catalyst Fire, the prog-rock princes will bring a show like no other. After the album peaking at number two on the ARIA charts, the boys from Brissy are definitely going to provide a stellar set of the soaring vocals from Kim Benzie as well as psychedelic guitar riffs. Expect some from the original EP as well as their chart topping debut album This is the Warning.

Thu, Sep 5th, Metro Theatre

The Woohoo Revue: They have been described as “pandemonium in a pin-striped suit,” but The Woohoo Revue are most definitely as skilled as they are crazy. These manic Melbournites are bringing the brass with their fusion of dance floor madness and skilled swinging harmonies, with some tracks from their 2012 Moreland’s Ball. The guys have their live presence down to an art with a tour hungry work ethic in both their own shows and a number of festivals including the hallowed Falls Festival. This night is going to be mental, get your dance on.

Fri,Sep 6th, Venue 505

Jazz in the Glen: A whole day of jazz is whats in store for the annual Jazz in the Glen on Saturday. Following The Great Gatsby Night, Saturday will be all about jazz in its barest forms with a free day of sounds including appearances from a selection of budding Northern Beaches musicians. Acts performing on the day include the quintet John Edward as well as the Brass Baton bands.

Sat, Sep 7th, Glen St Theatre

Lurch & Chief: With their single We Are The Same surfing the radio waves currently, Melbourne six-piece Lurch & Chief will be rocking Bondi’s Canteen in support for their new EP Wiped Out. Experimental and harbouring a loyal fan base, the appeal of this outfit comes from its blend of garage-esque sounds with catchy hooks and lyrical creativity. On their biggest tour to date, you have no excuse to miss this show as they rock the venue to its core.

Sun, Sep 8th, Canteen, Bondi

An Irish Fantasy: A matinee like no other, the sensational sounds of the Celtic world will soar around The Concourse Concert Hall. Australian flute supreme Jane Rutter will lead this enchanting display, as the stories of history will be told through some classic compositions. Expect appearances from songs such as She Moved thro’ the Fair and I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls, as well as renditions of some classical tunes. (CD)

Wed, Sep 11th, The Concourse, Chatswood

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