CASEY BARNES / JOSH SETTERFIELD The Cambridge Hotel – Newcastle, NSW 6th May 2022
The Cambridge Hotel is a legendary rock’n’roll pub on the outskirts of Newcastle, black painted walls, sticky carpet, signed drum-heads on the walls from some of Australia’s best-known bands, and was once a regular touring stop for international bands when they used to play shows in more than just Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Casey Barnes has been around for more than 15 years now since appearing on Australian Idol in 2009, after releasing his debut album in 2007. Spending the next 10 years as a hard-working journeyman, recording EPs 3 more studio albums, he released Live As One in 2017 which spawned a couple of solid singles in Just Like Magic and The Way We Ride, as well as the video for the title track.
by Stuart Blythe
Singer-songwriter Casey Barnes is set to release his highly anticipated EP ‘Flesh and Bone’ on June 13th. With his current single from the EP moving steadily up the CMC country charts and at #14 on All Australian Top 20 radio countdown, we had a quick chat with Casey about the release.
Casey Barnes makes a much anticipated return in 2014 with his first single release ‘Valentine’. This beautiful ballad, which was recorded with his wife Michelle, is a really sweet love song timed perfectly for all the valentines out there with the impending date of Feb 14th fast approaching. This will be the first single off his forthcoming EP due for release in the next few months. Continue reading Casey Barnes releases new single ‘Valentine’ [Official Music Video]→
Jet Trails is the title of Casey Barnes’ fourth album. It’s also the story of his life. Casey’s music has made an impact around the world. He’s had dance hits in Europe, written songs in America, appeared in a top-rating TV show in Australia, and played alongside many international stars. Continue reading Casey Barnes – ‘Jet Trails’→
Do you want a double pass to the 2010 Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival? See below for details.
Every city in the world has distinct pockets of colour, culture and character. London has Covent Garden, Paris has Montmartre, New York has Time Square and out of Brisbane’s many precincts – one stands out from the crowd – Caxton Street – and on Sunday 2 May 2010, Caxton Street will be transformed into Queensland’s biggest street party!
Sixteen years ago, the Caxton Street Festival had humble beginnings with a few little jazz bands and a couple of food tents. Fast forward to 2010 an estimated 12,000 people will be sampling a taste of life in one of Australia’s most historical precincts and treating their palettes to delicious seafood, fine wines and sharing a day under the autumn sun while