Two years on from their last Australian tour, celebrated Mexican instrumental virtuosos RODRIGO Y GABRIELA return to Australia to play national theatre shows in March 2018. Making their debut appearance at WOMADelaide on Friday 9th March, the duo will take in Melbourne’s Forum on Saturday 10th March, Perth’s Astor Theatre on Tuesday 13th March, Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on Thursday 15th March and Brisbane’s The Tivoli on Friday 16th March.
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On the eve of her debut headline tour in Australia Irish songstress Lisa Hannigan performed on The Late Late Show with James Corden earlier this week. Lisa has previously toured our shores with Glen Hansard, Damien Rice and as part of the ensemble for the Nick Drake ‘Way to Blue’ concerts, her first headline performances will delight music lovers.
See her in concert this month at The Old Museum Brisbane, The Thornbury Theatre Melbourne, Lizotte’s Newcastle, Fly By Night Musicians Club Fremantle, The Anglesea Memorial Hall & Vivid LIVE Sydney. For full tour details visit gaynorcrawford.com
The Late Late Show with James Corden. – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0pBZtmz0gU
Richard Thompson is one of the UK’s most outstanding songwriters, and an astonishing guitar player whose versatility allows him to adapt his style as each song requires. In this rare appearance, Richard will be presenting an intimate solo set as well as performing with his electric trio – Michael Jerome (drums) Taras Prodaniuk (bass/vocals).
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|“(New album) ‘Get Onboard’ offers further proof that Bibb is working at an extremely high level of artistry.” – Billboard Magazine
“A superb musician and performer.” – Q Magazine
“Bibb turned (his 2008 SXSW show) into a place of communion during his phenomenal set.” – Austin American-Statesmen
“A voice to die for.” – The Times
JOINED BY THE LEGENDARY PAIR OF DANNY THOMPSON ON DOUBLE BASS AND LARRY CROCKETT ON DRUMS.
(All dates except Darwin and Cairns)