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LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Apr 19

Sleeping With Sirens

Jess Spahr: Sydney dreamy-pop musician, Jess Spahr is set to launch her new single, Betray Me, tonight. Likened to Morcheeba, London Grammar and Evanescence, Jess inspires confidence with her contemporary dreamy pop music and a show that engages, uplifts and entertains with her band and disarming banter.

Thu, Apr 19, The Django Bar

Verge Collection: As Aussie as bare feet on hot bitumen and sticky fingers from melting bubble-o-bills the Perth four piece’s debut record and follow up to 2016’s Open Plan Living EP showcases their evolution as artists.

Fri, Apr 20, Oxford Art Factory – Factory Floor

Sleeping With Sirens: Orlando, Florida alternative rock/metalcore outfit Sleeping With Sirens return to Australian soil this weekend. Joining Sleeping With Sirens on this epic tour will be Chase Atlantic, Lower Than Atlantis and The Faim.

Sat, Apr 21, Big Top

Madeleine Easton: Sydney-born director Madeleine Easton is a European-based violinist and concertmaster, an established star on the international stage who is known for her versatility and expertise in violin playing. Easton has curated a program showcasing the many facets of Bach’s music including sacred Cantatas, instrumental and solo works. This weekend she will join Bach Akademie Australia for a special performance of Johann Sebastian Bach’s legendary music.

Sat, Apr 21, St Francis Assisi Church

The Apartments: For one night only in the intimate setting of the Django Bar, The Apartments will play a rare show as a trio. The Apartments Eliot Fish will be on guitar and vocals with, fresh from their triumphant 16 Lovers Lane performance at State Theatre, Amanda Brown on oboe, violin, vocals and percussion and Peter Milton Walsh on acoustic guitar and vocals.

Sun, Apr 22, The Django Bar

Kip Moore & Lee Brice: Two of America’s country superstars will join forces this weekend. Known for his electric live shows and adoring fans, Kip Moore is the ultimate road-warrior, having traversed North America top to bottom, coast-to-coast countless times. Multiple Grammy Award nominee and CMA and ACM Award-winner, Lee Brice, has chalked up sales in excess of 11 million, spawning five platinum and double-platinum chart-topping radio hits.

Sun, Apr 22, Enmore Theatre

Royal Blood: English rock duo Royal Blood, Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher, are set to return to Sydney early next week. Armed with two face-melting records and a Brit Award nomination for Best British Group, the band will play their biggest run of headlines shows Down Under to date.

Tue, Apr 24, Hordern Pavilionho

Ben Catley: Perth’s Ben Catley is becoming well known for his super high-energy, feel-good roots. Expect lively guitar playing, grooving foot-stomping and a huge, sweaty stage presence that will be sure to have you on your feet and grinning.

Wed, Apr 25, Cauliflower Hotel

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