Wolf and Willow are hitting the road for their biggest tour yet in support of their new single 'Falling' alongside nomadic soul-man Rob Edwards. With a sell out appearances under their belt and the single already massing over 100k Spotify streams, don't miss these boys - coming to a town near you.
All aboard! Straight from Tamworth Country Music Festival, Americana/folk duo Great Aunt's Small Boat, Big Hopes tour will be joining forces with Americana powerhouse Nathan Seeckts as he tours north.
Join them at Flow Bar for some foot stompin' tunes and a shipload of bad boat puns.
Join them at Flow Bar for their first visit to Old Bar.
After wrapping up another year of full time touring Jeremiah Johnson will return to Flow Bar in the New Year.
Currently touring Australia with his fourth studio album "Head Towards the Sun". A fine approach to merging acoustic blues and Australian Contemporary Folk music with unforgettable stories.
Described by Rhythms Magazine as "exemplary guitar work on fingerpick, strum and slide. Coupled with mellifluous singing."
Having recently returned from Nashville, Mr. Alford would like to share the music of the south with you. Providing a complete show experience including a massive diverse set of original country tunes. Mr. Alford thoroughly enjoys being on stage and entertaining a home crowd, it sure is good to be home.
His songs have been recorded by many acts around the world and in addition he has a long list of performance recording credits, being privileged enough to have played with some of the world’s most talented musicians. Mr. Alford, a country song maker from Melbourne, covers many themes and aspects of country music from traditional to modern bluegrass. At this stage he has 4 released albums with another 12 on the way.
Singer/songwriter Angus Gill is quickly establishing his place as one of the top rising country music artists in Australia, recently receiving the coveted Male Rising Star award at the 2018 Australian Independent Country Music Awards.
Gill’s distinctive vocals, sharp observations in his songwriting are evidence that he may have been on this planet before. The Wauchope-based entertainer’s infectious, yet thought-provoking songs, warm stage presence and trademark brand of humour is delighting audiences and festival goers, while an array of respected musical identities are also singing his praises.
Among them is Guy Sebastian, who recently tweeted, “Forget Duncan, I wanna have a beer with Angus.”
Stu has spent the past 20 years traversing the globe, continually developing his craft along the way. His authentic compelling lyrics accompanied by earthy acoustic shredding grooves and pumping didge continue to delight audiences across the world.
Two of Sydney’s most enduring creative forces - Jamie Hutchings (Bluebottle Kiss, Infinity Broke, The Tall Grass) and Darren Cross (Gerling, Jep and Dep) are teaming up for a run of shows throughout NSW from Marrickville to Lismore. Jamie and Darren will be spruiking their wares in solo mode, pulling from their expansive back catalogues as well as their most recent solo albums.
The Barflys are back!
“join us up close on the deck for some acoustic goodness as we groove through everything from blues to modern hits...amazing food with an impressive selection of tap beers, wines & cocktails...”
Award winning Multi-Instrumentalist 'Craig Atkins' is a unique 'one-man band' songwriter and performer originally hailing from Adelaide SA, but now calling the Byron Hinterland home, with his set up consisting of various Acoustic Guitars, Lap Slide, Ukulele, Didgeridoos, Foot Percussion, Loop & Effect pedals and Harmonica.
With influences such as Paul Kelly, Joe Purdy, Harry Manx and Xavier Rudd to name but a few, Craig's passionate live performances blend various styles of Roots, Blues, Folk, with a hint of World, & Country, with dynamics ranging from chilled finger-picking folk stories, to delta slide blues, through to rollicking folk foot tappers and stomping jumping roots, with lyrical content covering his aspects of life, love and loss and observations of the world we all live in
Rachel’s rhythmic acoustics, harmonic melodies and a driving stomp will keep you tapping along and knowing the songs before the end of the show.
After a decade in the music industry Rachel Laing found her audience at Dragon Dreaming in 2017 where she performed her healing song for the world 'Welcome to Paradise' on the main stage for the closing ceremony. A year later and Rachel has continued to make her mark as an original folk singer, performing at festivals and countless venues up and down the East Coast of Australia.
Rachel released her first self-titled debut album in January 2018 which was shortly followed by the release of her official music video 'Better'. She is now performing new material that she intends to produce very soon, the theme is 'waking up' and she effortlessly raises the vibrations of herself and her audience with every performance of her uplifting material. Rachels voice will draw you in from afar and her lyrics will not be mistaken...
L'Wren, aka Lauren Edwards, is a singer songwriter from Port Macquarie who writes original tunes that are anything from soft, sweet, finger picking lullabies to bold stomp worthy sounds and everything in between.
L’Wren first started gigging almost 3 years ago and has a few festivals under her belt including Wildwood, Wingham Akoostik, Tastings on the Hastings and Envirofair. She has also come through in songwriter music competitions winning the chance to perform at both Blues Fest Byron Bay and Tamworth Country Music Festival.
Breakthrough Melbourne artist Marz performs his anthemic rock in an intimate, solo format Flow Bar on Sunday 7th July.
Drawing influence from classic Australian rock through to the pioneers of American folk music, Marz is an event not to be missed. Marz will perform tracks of his latest self-titled EP, plus his back catalogue and some quintessential Australian covers that have formed his musical trajectory and are part of Australian music folklore.
The music of SNEZ embodies the art of songwriting in its most personal and universal forms. This enchanting songstress has a forte for describing the experiences of everyday life in a way that resonates with people everywhere, articulating moments of deep pain and pure joy. Coming from a Macedonian working-class family, where stories about hardship, romance, black magic, mysticism and work ethic have been passed down through generations, Snez subtly weaves these influences into her own stories and songs, and in the process produces engaging, personal and intimate performances. Featuring SNEZ on vocals, acoustic guitar and bouzouki.
Visit www.snez.com.au for tour dates and more information