Teller of stories, singer of songs.
Join us at Flow Bar for the best paint & sip party Saturday 3 June from 12-2:30pm. An artist will walk you through step-by-step so no experience required. It's FUN art not fine art ;)
We'll have a canvas, paint, brushes, easel, and an apron to cover your cute clothes ready for you to create your masterpiece for $40. Food and drink sold separately.
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Flow Bar will be offering a full menu as well as fabulous coffees, juices, beer and wine available to purchase and enjoy while painting. Just bring yourself and expect to have fun! We recommend coming early to grab a bite to eat before the painting begins. Check out Flow Bar's amazing menu here http://www.flowbar.com.au/menu/
Saturday 3 June, 12-2:30pm. Flow Bar, 31 David St, Old Bar NSW 2430
Luke Ligtenburg, lead vocalist, bass and didgeridoo player from The Swamp Stompers has been working on some new material and is putting on a solo performance for Flow Bar! Come on down and enjoy a couple of acoustic sets, a mix of new originals and covers.
The music of Australian singer/songwriter Bri Green is a soundtrack to life growing up on the Sunny Coast. Her understated delivery of heartfelt lyrics, captures an emotional intensity well beyond her years. Bri’s debut EP ‘Talking to the Moon’ is a soulful offering that speaks of love, loss and coming of age.
Playing as a duet or trio, 2Bit Musos have a different sound: A mix of vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, blues harp, and a variety of percussion instruments.
2Bit Musos provide a mix of genres from easy-listening to old-time rock 'n' roll to get up and dance to.
After the split of his long time band The Wild Comforts in late 2015, Josh Deeble decided he was going to give up his musical pursuits. A year passed and Josh realised there was a hole in his heart which music once filled, he was lost. He use to write songs on a daily basis and now he hadn’t written anything for over a year. So on a whim, or was it a drunk dial, he called and booked studio time with no songs, just the title for the EP he wished to create, Forever Blue.
Josh began song writing again and over the next 2 months he wrote the EP and roped in two incredibly talented session musicians; Nildo Orso on pedal steel and Dave Temby on piano, to accompany his lonely tunes.
Forever Blue was recorded straight to tape over a weekend in February 2017 at Sound Recordings, a 100% analog studio in Castlemaine, Victoria. Lyrically this is Josh’s most melancholy work to date, over the course of Forever Blue Josh bears everything, giving you a glimpse into his soul. God, addiction, love and death all play a role in Forever Blue’s tale. Recording in a barn, live with minimal overdubs, captured the true essence of these songs. The end result is an EP that is haunting, atmospheric, and raw.
A moment in time, Forever Blue.
Josh will be releasing his debut solo EP, Forever Blue, with a national tour May/June 2017.
THE SUNDAY SESSION FROM 12:30PM - LUNCH & SHOW
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"When you have a passion for something, it becomes you."
For local singer/songwriter Jake Davey, music isn’t just a hobby. He may be a singer, song-writer, producer and performer, but for Jake, music isn’t just what he does – it’s who he is.
Jake’s fate was sealed the moment his father placed a guitar in his hands when he was six years old. He’s rarely had it out of his hands since. He began writing songs at age 12, and by the time he’d reached his mid-teens, Jake was being booked for shows frequently.
Deanna Rose is sensual, sweet, raw and emotional. Power enough to shake foundations, but with subtlety to seduce...
Deanna hails from the country music capitol Tamworth, NSW, but is now based in Newcastle. She plays Ukelele along with the Guitar and uses her voice to create a captivating, honest spectacle. Nothing pretentious, or contrived. She wants you to share in what is being created, often on the spot, you won't hear the same version of a song twice.
When performing solo she sings what she likes to call 'power folk'.Inspired by Jewel, Bat For Lashes, Jeff Buckley, Norah Jones, Janis Joplin, Jeff Lang, Karnivool, Queens of the Stone Age, and Sam Buckingham amongst many others...Deanna delivers a rare and unique style, all of her own imaginings.
David Garnham & the Reasons to Live craft country tinged ballads about booze and women, fueled by isolation and self-loathing.
Twisted love, the human condition and gin feature prominently in songs laden with candour and heartbreak.
DG&TRTL debut album ‘Love inside a jar’, produced by Charles Jenkins and Justin Rudge, has been described as “the start of a substantial career” by the Courier Mail, and pulled in the accolades of multiple NT song of the year awards (including the overall prize), as well as winning the Americana category in the International Songwriting Competition.
Dave was lucky enough the go through the Telstra Road to Discovery development program in 2011 (songwriter category), and the band have had the privilege of supporting such acts as You Am I, Jeff Lang, Liz Stringer, Mama Kin, Wagons and Gomez.
Some of them live in Darwin, some in Alice, but all in squalor.
(Pic: Helen Orr)
Please note that today we will be open for a-la-carte Breakfast and Lunch however unfortunately there will be no live music for the Sunday session 9 April 2017.
If you are interested in having live music while you dine this week, please book for Friday night 7 April and/or Saturday 8 April, this is a special ticketed lunch performance by Tim Rogers.