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Lachlan Bryan & Ben Leece (The Golden Hour Matinee at The Junk Bar)

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Expect a double dose of sweet & raggedy Alt Country tunes when the award winning Lachlan Bryan & The Wildes teams up with rising up and comers Ben Leece  for their Friends & Acquaintances Tour on Sat 18th May for a special Golden Hour Matinee at Brisbane's favourite cocktail hideaway, The Junk Bar..

With a string of awards, countless Aus/International shows and four critically acclaimed albums under their belts, including 2018’s pearler Some Girls (Quite) Like Country Music, there’s no stopping Lachlan Bryan & The Wildes. Following an East Coast tour with acclaimed American singer-songwriter Hannah Aldridge, and a USA tour through March in support of Nashville icon Amelia White, LB & The Wildes will unveil a new single Take It Out On Me to coincide with the Friends and Acquaintances Tour before heading to Europe for more shows.

www.lachlanbryanandthewildes.com

Newcastle based Americana singer-songwriter Ben Leece has been making his mark since the release of his highly praised debut album, No Wonder The World is Exhausted (produced by Shane Nicholson). His rich resonant voice & emotive songwriting has seen Ben receive rave reviews & airplay around the country, as well as pick up the ‘Best Alt Country Single’ award for Trace (feat. Tori Forsyth) at the Global Independent Music Awards in 2018. Along with performances at TCMF & Dashville Skyline Festival, Ben has shared stages with Courtney Marie Andrews, Joe Pug, Tim Rogers, Tori Forsyth and more...  listen out for new single Nothing (Not Anymore).

www.benleece.net

Presented by Mother Hen Touring

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The Junk Bar

215 Waterworks Road Ashgrove Brisbane 4060, Australia

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Areatha Bryant
Mother Hen Touring
0410559247

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