King Street, Newtown
The risks Josh Pyke has taken with his song writing have rewarded him more dynamics to play with live and Josh and his band seem so comfortable and captivating playing around with them that an eight song set seems criminally short.
Wit and misery in equal measure from former Czars frontman.
A fantastic night of well crafted home grown music.
Vanguard was the venue for a night featuring 3 great acts Emma Davis, Gossling and the Little Stevies.
Tim Rogers has a chat to an audience. Also, some songs are played.
Tonight's show was so diverse from the last that you can only admire the talent Tom and Jo share.
The Verses gave us a short taste of their debut album 'Seasons'.
Night fell and the Vanguard crowd emerged to see the dawn of the solo careers of two of Australia’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll icons, Magic Dirt’s Adalita Srsen and Red Sun Band’s Sarah Kelly.
The Little Stevies perform songs from their debut album "Love Your Band" before heading into the studio later this year to bring us more optimistic folk pop.
Ed Kuepper and Chris Bailey continue their reunion with a month of Wednesdays at The Vanguard
'Austin Powers with a lesbian's haircut'
Oohlala and Clayton Doley's Organ Donors take The Vanguard's customers hostage, demanding we all shake our asses before being released. Hostages gladly comply.
Having spent the past six months trawling the corners of his imagination for inspiration for the tracks on his new album (The Decommissioner) singer songwriter Dan Kelly will make a welcome return to the stage with some rare solo showcases.