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DAN BRODIE (Melb) with special guest SWEET FORMIDABLES

Following a hugely successful 2018 with Dan Brodie’s starring turn in the “Take Me To Town” launches as well as the release of his own acclaimed covers album, “Lost Not Found” on Vinyl, the man with the red cubans will hit the east coast of Australia with his mate and iconic Newcastle guitar slinger Marty Burke (James Thomson & The Strange Pilgrims, The Lairs) for one last whip around the country before Dan Brodie bunkers down to record a new record.

Beginning at Brisbane at the iconic Junk Bar on Fri 25th Jan and making it’s way to Newcastle, Sydney, Wollongong, Geelong, Tacoma and Melbourne amongst other places, Dan Brodie with Marty Burke will be presenting songs from “Lost Not Found”, described as “a high water mark” in Brodie’s canon of work, along with song’s from his extensive back catalogue including his work with the Broken Arrows and the Grieving Widows.

Dan Brodie is a revered Australian singer-songwriter. Since 1999, and has captured audiences around the world releasing a succession of albums (seven in total), which have been nominated for numerous awards.

His talents are recognized in his native Australia with two ARIA Awards for his second album, Empty Arms, Broken Hearts and along with his various outfits, The Broken Arrows and The Grieving Widows. Brodie’s musical talents have taken him to the U.S., U.K., Brazil, France, Spain and Denmark, playing such iconic venues as CBGB in New York, The Continental in Austin, The Exit/In in Nashville and The Olympia in Paris.

His latest solo covers Album, “Lost Not Found” represents a high water mark, capturing Dan at his most vulnerable, from the visceral Bob Dylan opener, “Standing in the doorway” to a meditative take on Iggy Pop’s “The Passenger”, through to Merle Haggard’s “Tonight the bottle let me down” and Paul Simon’s “You can call me Al”, and was recently performed to sell out audiences across Europe.

Joining them for this one night only show are SWEET FORMIDABLES.
Hannah Jane and Matisse Williment combine over 200 years between the old tones of their forefather’s violins. They soar vocally together as one and melt into a sensual harmonic sound that is new to their hearts and all those who have heard. As a full band they are accompanied by a heavy drum backbone,
but will perform this special night in duet mode opening for Dan Brodie for this intimate show at The Junk Bar.

Junk Bar

215 Waterworks Road Ashgrove Brisbane 4060, Australia

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Organiser Information

Areatha Bryant
Mother Hen Touring

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