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LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide May 3

Ruby Boots

Hein Cooper: After over a year zig zagging around the world, singer-songwriter Hein Cooper returns to Sydney. An artist who is not afraid to mesh acoustic with electronic elements sees Cooper create a dynamic and entertaining live show.

Thu, May 3, Leadbelly

Bobby Alu: Byron Bay based ‘tropical ambassador’, singer, ukulele strummer and drummer Bobby Alu is back in Sydney tomorrow night. Having dedicated his world-class percussion skills to touring internationally with Xavier Rudd over the past five years, it’s time for Bobby Alu to chart his own dedicated course again.

Fri, May 4, Moonshine Bar

Shannon Noll: Celebrates his first new album, Unbroken, in seven years by doing what he loves most as he hits the road with his band to perform for his diehard fans.

Fri, May 4, Oxford Art Factory

Ruby Boots: The Perth born but now Nashville based artist is set to return to Sydney this weekend. Behind her commanding and versatile voice, sharp guitar playing, and adept songwriting, Ruby Boots confidently manoeuvres past the whirlwinds life has tossed on her occasionally lost highway.

Sat, May 5, Leadbelly

Endless Heights: After a journey across Europe with UK’s Casey over the last two months the Sydney five piece Endless Heights are set for a homecoming this weekend. Bringing their sophomore album, Vicious Pleasure, with them the band promises these will be shows to remember.

Sat, May 5, The Lair

Selby & Friends – Alchemy: For the first time in five years, two master Finnish musicians reunite with Kathryn Selby AM to perform chamber music at its best with Selby & Friends. Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Concertmaster of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, joins ACO Principal Cellist Timo-Veikko Valve and pianist Selby to perform music by Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and Anton Arensky.

Mon, May 7, City Recital Hall

Gordi: With her medical studies behind her, Gordi (aka Sophie Payten) is set to support Australian icon Missy Higgins on the Solastalgia tour. These will be Gordi’s first Australian shows since her national album tour at the end of last year, which saw her sell out her largest rooms to date.

Tue, May 8, Enmore Theatre

Archie Roach & Tiddas: In very exciting news true legends in the Australian music scene are set to come together, with Tiddas reforming after 18 years to join Archie on stage.

Wed, May 9, Enmore Theatre

Horrorshow: Playing in tiny venues across the country, Horrorshow are set to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their seminal record The Grey Space. This show is set to strip everything back to the duo’s humble beginnings in 2008 for an up-close and personal show for their hardcore fan base.

Wed, May 9, The Lansdowne

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