Danielle Deckard – End Of The World Tour – HOBART – *all ages* - Completed
Sunday, 17 July 2016 from 3:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) + Add to calendar17/07/2016 15:0017/07/2016 15:00Australia/SydneyDanielle Deckard – End Of The World Tour – HOBART – *all ages*Danielle Deckard – End Of The World Tour – HOBART – *all ages* Sunday, 17 July 2016 from 3:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Danielle Deckard email@example.com Address ecoHaven 27 Murray Street Hobart Hobart City 7000 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/39934ecoHaven
27 Murray Street
Hobart Hobart City 7000
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DANIELLE DECKARD'S "END OF THE WORLD" TOUR
To celebrate the one year anniversary of the "End Of The World" EP, Danielle Deckard will be hosting a series of intimate performances in Sydney, Wollongong, Canberra, Melbourne & Hobart. The coming months will see the release of three music videos for tracks from the EP, and a deluxe "anniversary" edition of the EP with bonus acoustic tracks.
Always enjoying bringing live music to unique locations, Danielle will be playing at ecoHaven in Hobart, a boutique clothing store. This will be a free event.
RSVP's are strongly encouraged. To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the ticket link on this page.
MORE ABOUT DANIELLE DECKARD
Danielle's endearing style of indie-pop infuses lush melodies with a rich instrumentation of piano, strings, horn sections, synths and even some well-placed banjo to boot. This musicality and creative nuance speaks to Danielle's quality as an accomplished musician and songwriter. A graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, Danielle is a multi-instrumentalist with an impressive list of accolades and awards to her name. She is a recipient of the ASCAP Bart Howard Songwriting Scholarship, and in 2014 took out the top prize for the Unsigned Only Songwriting Competition. She also received an honourable mention in the International Songwriting Competition—a highly competitive event judged by some guy named Tom Waits, no less.
Danielle's lyrics and exquisite vocals impart dark undertones that act as a counterweight to the brighter pop melodies, reminiscent of Ingrid Michaelson and Sara Bareilles. Like a bouquet of heartache, her music breathes in the blues and exhales a kind of sweet melancholia. Through her lyrics, Danielle neither laments nor shrugs off the pains of heartache and loneliness, and instead imbues a hard-fought resilience with the longing for a sense of herself in the world. By this, Danielle's words are at once deeply personal and universal, unguarded and powerful.