Friday the 13th upheld its reputation at The Basement last week in Canberra, producing a slightly sombre turnout to the venue for part of The Epidemic Tour.
Supported by Pete Akhurst, Glass Towers and Elisha Bones, Guineafowl brought their sounds to ANU bar on Saturday night as part of their 'The Lie Is' tour.
On Saturday night, Daniel Champagne showcased his incredible musical talent with the help of Pete Akhurst at The Front.
The Front was packed like sardines in a tin for local singer-songwriter talent Pete Akhurst's launch of debut EP 'Footprints'.
Seeing Champagne perform is a spectacle in itself, and for those that gathered at The Front on a calm Sunday evening, the sheer talent and innovation at hand was nothing short of breathtaking.
The Canberra Musicians Club once again brought Captain My Captain to The Phoenix, a monthly showcase of local musical talent.
The QLD Flood Relief Band Bash was proof that you don’t need to travel interstate to see quality live music. The night was filled with Canberra bands of various genres offering something for everyone.
Despite a nasty G String moment, Ash Grunwald thrilled a very excited Canberra crowd at Transit Bar last Thursday night.
Whitley made his way to Canberra, playing an intimate solo show to make up for not making his show last May. A night of gags and acoustic glamour definitely made up for it.
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