Covers with the Croziers are a duet from Forster comprising of Lee on keys and his sister Amy on vocals. CWTC play a range of covers including hits from today and the past.
THE SUNDAY SESSION FROM 12:30PM - LUNCH & SHOW
A-LA-CARTE MENU AVAILABLE - PH 02 6557 4224 to make a reservation.
Local musician and front man for the The Girl Folder, a well known Mid North Coast indie rock band, will be playing and acoustic solo gig. Originally from the UK, Matthew has played in bands predominantly in London, playing extensively in venues in and around the capital, gaining recording sessions for EMI records and gaining single of the week in Record Collector magazine and Total Rock radio station ( where his band 'Mobster' recorded a live session.) He also gained airplay on London and the South Wests premier alternative radio station 'XFM".
Singer, songwriter and foot stompin' blues man, Richie Langford has been entertaining audiences across the country for twenty years.
Recently returning from gigs in Europe, Richie will be doing shows in and around Melbourne, before touring east coast Australia in May & July including performances at the 2017 Blues on Broadbeach.
Performing using an old suitcase converted into a kick drum, foot tambourine, resonator and acoustic guitars, and wailing harmonica, he delivers a well honed repertoire of originals and blues standards, with a rockin' swamp groove.
Richie's new studio album Bluestone Road will be released in May this year.
Grace Turner with support by Jason Lowe
Grace Turner, the 26 year-old Songstress from Newcastle Australia, is an astounding Singer-songwriter and artist of the highest caliber. Her ethereal and eloquent songs, rich with sweeping swells of emotive chords, and alluring and enchanting poetry exude sheer power and depth. Her debut EP Long Way Home: Live at Turning Studios was released in October 2015 and has seen her since touring the East Coast of NSW, Victoria and Tasmania with guest spots at The National, Cygnet Folk Festival, Gum Ball and Mullumbimby Festival. Sure to enrapture any who come to witness her magnetism, she is a genuine original in the world of new folk music and independent artists. Featuring in Grace’s performance will be the renowned Australian slide guitarist Jason Lowe.
Jason Lowe is one of a kind.
The 27 year old Composer and Visual Artist and resides in his hometown of Newcastle, NSW Australia, but has been living and touring in Canada for the last two years, performing over 150 shows across British Columbia and making an indelible mark on the west coast scene.
Jason’s live shows are an experience like no other, and embody an emotion, poetic and musical power, and wisdom that have been likened only to such greats as his heroes Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. The former of which he had the honor to meet, an enchanting story that fans delight to hear at his live shows.
His astounding abilities both as a composer and performer, as well as his prodigious skills on the lap slide guitar and acoustic guitars, vocals and harmonica, are mesmerizing and awe inspiring. With supports for the likes of Jeff Lang, Eric Bibb, Jeff Martin and Dan Mangan, and performing back to back years at Australia’s prestigious “East Coast Blues and Roots Festival” alongside such artists such as John Fogerty, Don Maclean, Xavier Rudd and John Butler just to name a few, and receiving national airplay on Australia’s Triple J radio, PBS, RRR and Canada’s CBC network, the years ahead are no doubt going to prove monumental for this astounding young artist.
Jason Lowe is a proud Endorsee of Cole Clark Guitars (AUS) and K&K Pickups (USA)
Tasmanian writer and musician Tom Dockray returns to Australia for a national tour in November 2017 in support of Here’s To Me & You, the superb first single and video from his upcoming sophomore album. In this superb Waits-esque ballad, Dockray lays the real stuff on thick like butter.
Dockray has been busy performing to discerning Europeans in smoky bars across Germany, Sweden, Holland, Belgium and Denmark since moving to Copenhagen in early 2017.
Music fans in Old Bar can catch Dockray at his only homecoming show on Friday November 17th at Flow Bar.
An intimate lunch and show with one of Australia's most entertaining and loved rock'n'roll icons Tim Rogers.
Following the LP release of 'An Actor Repairs’, a pile of You Am I touring, and the release of his first book ‘Detours’ to critical acclaim; Tim Rogers will wrap it all up, drop it in this bundle and play a series of solo shows in November and December to cap the year off.
Show only tickets $60 Buy tickets here
Doors 11:30am | Matinee Show 1-3:30pm | A-la-carte menu available from 11:30am
‘The year was set aside to do a thesis on (Canadian maestros') Rush and their divisive “keyboard” era and learn how to tie my own shoelaces, but I got waylaid by a love of reading and the ever- shifting notion of “cocktail hour” and wound up writing a book. What a bloody nerve. What a cheek. What an editor…. If this is to be my reaction to writing and recording an LP I’m exceptionally proud and feeling it disappear into the ether then God and Satan save us all. ‘’An Actor Repairs’ was an LP made with love and not a lot else despite a reliance on enthusiasm and the ability to stretch a budget under a charlatan’s smoke- cloud of enthusiasm. After taking ‘What Rhymes With Cars And Girls’ to some regions over the next months, I’m going to go out and play songs about repairing actors and unfixable humans. Because that is what we do. Us repairing humans. In human form, Rogers repairs forthwith and foreheaded’. Tim Rogers
Tay Oskee is a multi-instrumentalist playing a variety of guitars, banjo, harmonica and percussion.With a musical style that is wide and varied Tay can take you on a journey from chilled beach tunes to punchy riff driven roots music with distinctive multicultural influences.
Raised in what most would call paradise, Tay took many influences from the surrounding beauty of Mission Beach, and also his early years of living amongst the Aboriginal people of North East Arnhem Land. It was here where he was surrounded by a strong connection to the land and the sounds of ancient music and dance. These influences can be heard in his lyrics and music where he communicates through songs of nature, hope, love, and personal journeys.
Tay's live shows have been praised for their incredible dynamics with the ability to leave crowds silent while he weaves through beautiful ballads of love and hope. While in the next breath he can have the whole crowd in a dancing frenzy with his infectious build ups and rhythms. In less than a year, Tay has had sold out shows, played Splendour In The Grass, Byron Bay Blues Festival and has supported acts such as Ash Grunwald, Mat Mchugh, Jeremy Loops (RSA) and Bonjah. An act not to be missed!
2017 has begun with a bang, Tay Oskee is this year’s Bluesfest Busking Competition winner and has the honour of being Bluesfest 2018’s first confirmed artist.
"I've travelled the world countless times and Tay is the best support act I have ever had" Mat Mchugh (The Beautiful Girls)
"Despite your background, your age or your preferences in music, his songs have a way of reaching out and triggering a response; whether joy, nostalgia, sorrow or exhilaration, what’s notable is that they all make you feel something" Scenestr
"After only a short time on the scene Oskee has put together a masterful collection of beautiful ballads of love and hope, fireside sing-alongs, dynamic playing and rich and brilliantly produced sounds" Jon Howell, Rhythm Section Management
"Oskee is armed with natural-born talent and songwriting skills that reflect strengths musically, lyrically and vocally, rather than being steered by one dominant component" Scenestr
Kim Churchill returns to Flow Bar, Saturday 13 January 2018 as part of his national 'weight_falls' 2018 Tour.
Show Only Ticket $20 via Flow Bar. PH 6557 4224.