The Audreys electrified the Visy Theatre with their acoustic blues and eights dance moves.
From a Canadian invasion to Australian success stories, the final day of Peats was full of winners.
Taasha Coates and The Audreys charmed their Friday night Corner crowd
An enchanting performance by one of the finest things to come out of Adelaide.
Over the years The Audreys have time and again reinforced themselves as one of , if not, the premier folk, blues and roots group in the country... tonight was no different.
The "four lads and a lass" from Adelaide recently celebrated the release of their two albums on vinyl and, as she mentioned at Melbourne's Northcote Social Club, Taasha Coates can't stop "fondling" them.
The Audreys blow away a sell-out NSC crowd with their chilled blues and roots stylings.
The Audreys continued to impress at Oxford Art Factory in Sydney.
The Promethean is the place to be this weekend for a series of gigs.
After winning their second ARIA, The Audreys tell FL why they're happy not to be The Veronicas.
The third annual Wave Rock Weekender is on again during the September long weekend (27th-29th) in Hyden, and the just announced line-up is better than ever.
The Fly By Night Musicians Club has long been a supporter of original musicians, so long, it seems that the original patrons have grown up and spawned musicians and grand-musicians of their own.
People of all ages flocked to the ANU Bar for a night of cheer and bloody good music. The Audreys and J Walker braved the cold Canberra weather and played some good ol' fashioned music.