Review by Natasha Wyborn
The A Day On The Green showcase moved to Mt Duneed, Victoria, located in close proximity to the city of Geelong, less than an hours drive from Melbourne on Saturday. The location was one of the easiest to get to I have visited. Sunlight filled the skies and the weather was near perfect. Headlining the night was one of the founding members of The Eagles, and solo artist, Don Henley.
Photographer: David Jackson
Review by Ben Connolly
With two solid solo albums, and a couple of glorious collections of covers, Something For Kate frontman Paul Dempsey has become a mainstay of the Australian music scene. Backed by a cracking live band, his gigs have become a known quantity.
Following the release of her 2016 critically acclaimed sophomore album Deep Dark Savage Heart, Melody Pool is set to perform her lyrics, propelled by heartache to Australian audiences this September and October. She will be joined by Peter Bibby, who after performing at the likes of Laneway Festival and SXSW will be bookending the last two years touring his debut album, Butcher/Hairstylist/Beautician. These songwriters will play a string of dates across the country, offering an evening of music that makes no apologies and tells it like it is.