Cool Sounds, Bananagun
Feb
23
3:00 PM15:00

Cool Sounds, Bananagun

COOL SOUNDS

Dainis Lacey | Interests: Golf, Gambling, Wrestling, Maths

Ambrin Hasnain | Interests: Shots, Ballet, Turtlenecks 

Nick Kearton | Interests: Walking dogs, Cricket, Showers, Communism

Jack Nichols | Interests: Parkour, Teaching, Whistling the national anthem 

Steve Foulkes | Interests: Cycling, University, Being Nice

Liam Halliwell | Interests: David Feeney, Guns, Energy Drinks

Lauren Huynh | Interests: Staffys, Bass, Box Hill

Facebook / Soundcloud 

BANANAGUN

https://antifaderecords.bandcamp.com/album/do-yeah-7

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Ben Leece / On the Beach Series
Mar
2
3:00 PM15:00

Ben Leece / On the Beach Series

Raised on Kamilaroi country, Ben was writing songs before he even knew how to play. He offers up a soulful blend ofminimalistic alt country, Americana, folk and blues.
Citing influence from Sam Cooke, Jay Farrar and Lucinda Williams, Ben’s resonant voice and playing intertwine to offer up a rare honesty that commands attention. He has shared stages with Steve Smyth, Nadia Reid & William Crighton. 

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The Frank Burkitt Band
Mar
31
3:00 PM15:00

The Frank Burkitt Band

Award winning New Zealand based musicians, The Frank Burkitt Band are delighted to be performing at the intimate Frank’s Wild Years as part of their 17 date ‘Lost But Alive’ Australian Tour, fresh from being announced as winners of the NZ Music Award for Best Folk Artist 2019.

 After impressing audiences on their debut Australian Tour in March 2018 which included performances at Port Fairy Folk Festival and Blue Mountains Music Festival, they are returning to Australia with a heap of new songs and a new live EP ‘Lost But Alive’. 

Frank is a story teller, songwriter, singer and guitarist. In that order. His rambling anecdotes aim to give the audience more of a connection with his songs. A folk songwriter at his core, American roots music with hints of jazz, blues and swing very much shape his music.

When he relocated to Wellington from Edinburgh he formed The Frank Burkitt Band, with blues and country mandolin player Cameron Burnell and jazz double bassist James Geluk. Touring Australia as a trio with vocals, guitar, mandolin and double bass, they will perform original songs spanning a wide range of genres such as Americana, swing, blues and folk. 

Frank’s songs often come with anecdotes and his rambling but entertaining introductions give audiences a back story to each song. Subject matters such as philosophy, space travel, nature, relationships, haircuts and colourful characters from Frank’s past are all delivered within expertly crafted arrangements, performed by fantastic musicians. 

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Butternut Sweetheart, Emily Duncan
Feb
17
2:00 PM14:00

Butternut Sweetheart, Emily Duncan

Butternut Sweetheart with support from Emily Duncan.

“I’ll try not to gush too much... it’s right up my alley; dreamy melodic pop with a twist” (Dean Hanson, Ball Park Music, 2018).

Butternut Sweetheart is the music of producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Luke Moseley. After many years working in the music industry in live production (Ball Park Music, Rüfüs, Paul Kelly, Sarah Blasko), recording (Emma Davis, Lady Lyon) and performing (Cassie Davis, RW Grace, Matt McHugh), Luke has crafted a project and sound inspired by a life of travel and a seaside escape. The unique dreamy indie/pop style of Butternut Sweetheart is influenced by modern boundary pushing writers Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Tuneyards and The Dirty Projectors, as well as older songwriting loves in Simon and Garfunkel and The Beatles.

‘Paper Cut’ is the mesmerising debut single from Butternut Sweetheart. Produced by Greg Walker (Machine Translations, Tiny Ruins, Paul Kelly), Paper Cut is out on February 15 and is accompanied by a compliment of east coast shows in Sydney, Thirroul, Canberra and Melbourne.

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Farmer & The Owl Tour De Gong
Feb
10
2:15 PM14:15

Farmer & The Owl Tour De Gong

Join us on this magical mystery tour of the leisure coast's most leisurely hang spots and brew dens.

This weekend the Farmer & The Owl family will be taking the kids out for a big day out & sharing in the fun, a couple of adopted second cousins for a very small taste of whats to come at the BIG March 2 bangup - Farmer & The Owl Festival 2019

So dip your toes & wet the pallet and head down to..

STANWELL PARK
LOAF Kitchen | 10.30am

COLEDALE
Earth Walker & Co General Store | 11.45am

AUSTINMER
Moore Street General | 1.00pm

THIRROUL
Franks Wild Years | 2.15pm

WOLLONGONG
Music Farmers | 4.00pm

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BANDS

Dream Dog
DROVES
e4444e
Luke Spook
Spit Chewy
Tired Girl (Lizzy from TEES)
Tropical Strength

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Crepes
Jan
20
3:00 PM15:00

Crepes

Melbourne-via-Ballarat five-piece, Crepes, today announce the forthcoming release of their sophomore album, ‘In Cahoots’, and unveil their newest single, ‘As You Go’. Released 26th October, In Cahoots marks a new chapter in the retro-edged pop rock of Crepes. With all songs written together and recorded live for the very first time, Crepes emerge with a newfound energy and synergy on In Cahoots, sparkly harmonies abound, to create their most triumphant release yet.

Sunday arvo show, 3pm, entry by donation

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Solo Career, Tuffence Meringue, Tired Girl & more
Jan
13
3:00 PM15:00

Solo Career, Tuffence Meringue, Tired Girl & more

Sunday arvo gig, special Body Type variety show:

Solo Career https://soundcloud.com/solocareer
Tommy & Georgia
Tuffence Meringue https://soundcloud.com/dinosaur-city-records/tuffence-meringue-tender-mfit
Tired Girl
Special Guest

All acts are Body Type https://bodytypemusic.bandcamp.com/ side projects, except Tired Girl (Liz from Tees). Music and poetry from 3pm!

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Spike Vincent & The Pleasure Coast, Tim & The Boys
Jan
6
3:00 PM15:00

Spike Vincent & The Pleasure Coast, Tim & The Boys

SPIKE VINCENT plays, with band in tow, an Australian-tinged brand of pop-rock, offering a strong dose of gritty guitar hooks, driving drums and a tinge of 80s-inspired synth. Local backing band THE PLEASURE COAST join Spike for a little farewell show as Spike moves to Melb.

https://spike-vincent.bandcamp.com/

With a mission to subvert and confuse, TIM & THE BOYS are one of the new crop of bands from the well-spring of Sydney, Australia. Through childish jokes and pointed commentary, they search for the grotesque in pop culture (in Spice Girls, in Cat Stevens, in Anastacia, in Gary Glitter) and re-fashion it through a distorted lens.

Like Devo without the costumes, Country Teasers without the hate speech, Big Black without the whiny gear nerd at the front, and Black Randy without the repulsive back story, Tim & The Boys toy with form, style and structure to deliver a tracks that refuses to be pigeonholed.Sunday arvo show. 3pm, entry by donation.

https://timandtheboys.bandcamp.com/

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Jack Lee & Mikey Branson, Ashtray Boy, Troon Lienad
Dec
23
3:00 PM15:00

Jack Lee & Mikey Branson, Ashtray Boy, Troon Lienad

Sunday arvo show:

Jack Lee & Mikey Branson (from Beef Jerk) https://beko.bandcamp.com/album/beko-235-jack-lee-infinity-rock-n-roll / https://beefjerk.bandcamp.com/

The band often get lumped in with the Australian “dolewave” scene - a joke title referring to bands of the jangling pop variety (Dick Diver, Twerps, Stevens, Woollen Kits, Bitch Prefect) whose lyrics often touch on the more mundane aspects of modern life in Australia. Beef Jerk’s principal songwriter’s Jack Lee & Mikey Branson certainly write tunes that seem to fit that mold, but upon further investigation & attention, reveal an intelligent, deeper, & poetic understanding of working class culture in Australia.

Ashtray Boy

Ashtray Boy is a transcontinental band led by Randall Lee (ex- The Cannanes). Ashtray Boy has been playing and recording music since 1984 as a solo effort and in 1992 became a Sydney-Chicago exchange, now based in Melbourne.


Troon Lienad

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BROADS & ELIZABETH FADER
Dec
16
3:00 PM15:00

BROADS & ELIZABETH FADER

Sunday arvo show:

Broads (Melb) https://wearebroads.bandcamp.com/

Melbourne indie-noir crooners Kelly Day and Jane Hendry are Broads. Their songs weave through a cast of characters riddled with self-delusion, longing, regret and paranoia. Broads’ debut album “Vacancy” was described by theMusic as “a mellifluous collection of songs utterly drenched in enticing melodies and harmonies... a simply gorgeous, often haunting, always sublime inaugural full-length outing…”. Almost a year after its release, it found its way onto best-of-2017 lists, including PBS FM’s top 10 albums, and Basement Disc’s best releases.

Elizabeth Fader

https://www.facebook.com/elizabethfadermusic/

Debut album coming soon.

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Elana Stone Residency
Dec
13
7:00 PM19:00

Elana Stone Residency

Elana's genre shape-shifting has led to collaborations with the likes of Passenger, Washington, Donny Benet, Urthboy, Hermitude, Tripod, Josh Pyke and Ngaiire among many others. Her unique and enchanting live performances have served to make her one of Australia's most sought after vocalists. Since her previous band 'The Rescue Ships' parted ways, Elana has spent the last five and a half years touring with her four-part lady folk band 'All Our Exes Live in Texas' to sell out crowds around Australia and internationally.

All Our Exes Live in Texas have had an impressive career to date. They've toured with The Backstreet Boys (USA), Passenger (UK), Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats (USA) not to mention Australian icons Midnight Oil, Kate Miller-Heidke and Boy & BeaSince releasing their debut album ‘When We Fall’ in March 2017 All Our Exes have toured extensively both in Australia and abroad. They picked up an Aria award for best Blues and Roots album in November 2017 and played Splendour in the Grass festival in June 2018. They were awarded the National Live Music Award for best live band in 2017 and they received an Air award for Best Independent Blues and Roots album in 2018.

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Greenwave Beth, Schneider, Ashley Bundang & Dinosaur City DJs
Dec
9
3:00 PM15:00

Greenwave Beth, Schneider, Ashley Bundang & Dinosaur City DJs

Sunday arvo show:

Greenwave Beth https://greenwavebeth.bandcamp.com/

Between starting FLOWERTRUCK and settling into the music scene in Sydney, Rushforth began yearning for an outlet to pursue sounds that escaped him within traditional band formats.

After purchasing a MPC 1000 and a couple of synths from gumtree, Rushforth created Greenwave Beth by combining the restrictive and industrial sounds of midi sequenced drum and bass with free form songwriting in the style of John Maus and Suicide.

The product of this union is highly emotional music that ranges from manic electronic skirmishes to slow spiritual ballards that question the place and possibility of the romantic in a digital age.

Schneider (new solo project of Zach Schneider from Melbourne bands Totally Mild & Great Outdoors)

and Ashley Bundang

w/ Dinosaur City Records DJs

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Moonlover
Dec
8
3:00 PM15:00

Moonlover

Moonlover is the recording project of DIY multi-instrumentalist Quang Dinh, formerly the bassist of Melbourne band Little Red.

After independently releasing 3 solo EPs in 2015-16, Dinh then set himself the task of making a full length album. Over nine months in his bedroom studio Pink Slime, Dinh conceived, recorded and performed the entirety of his debut album, Thou Shall Be Free, before signing to Melbourne label Our Golden Friend/Island Records.


https://moonlover.bandcamp.com/album/thou-shall-be-free

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Timberwolf
Dec
6
7:00 PM19:00

Timberwolf

Oozing with talent, Timberwolf is an artist who's been able to side-step from writing within the constraints of a genre. Since emerging in 2015 with his debut EP Flux, Timberwolf has pushed boundaries with his authentic songwriting, musicality and crafty compositions. Having played to sold-out crowds across the country at Groovin The Moo, WOMADelaide, Big Pineapple, BIGSOUND and Woodford Folk Festival.

Unrestrained by genre, Timberwolf's captivating passionate and powerful single new single "Proud Silence" carries on from his stunning debut album karos' with a mesmerising selection of tracks, representing the singer/songwriter's diverse inspirations and compelling turn in musical direction. A picturesque capturing of Timberwolf's compositional prowess and prolific songwriting abilities, the record featured triple j and community radio favourites "Hold You Up" and "Washed Out", which have collectively clocked over 1.4 million streams on Spotify, each featured as The AU Review's Single of the Day and landed him support duties for Amy Shark's sold out national tour.

Having previously taken out Best Songwriter, Best Male Artist and Experimental Music awards at South Australian Music Awards, Timberwolf has cemented his status one of Australia's brightest and most engaging artists. Now back with a string of mesmerising shows paired with a thought-provoking and raw piece set to stop you in your tracks, Timberwolf is bound for another exceptional year ahead. Don't miss your chance to see this commanding artist in his element before the year is out.

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Ocean Party
Dec
5
7:00 PM19:00

Ocean Party

The Oddfellows’ Hall is the eighth full-length release from Australia’s The Ocean Party. As a six-headed song writing partnership, the members of The Ocean Party have been together more than a decade, honing their craft and exploring their musical and personal worlds. The Oddfellows’ Hall is the work of six life-long friends who enjoy the connection and comfort of being able to dissect their life experiences together through their music. With each member approaching landmarks in their life the album can’t help but reflect a cross section of late twenties anxieties, excitements, freedoms and losses. At the point of recording the lives of the six members were in neat contrast: expectant parenthood versus dissolution of a long term relationship; commitment to new ideas of the self versus returning to a foreign country twenty years since emigration; living in your car versus finding your place. As is typical of the band, The Ocean Party opted to record the music in a concentrated space of time and for their location chose a community hall they had spied while touring. The Oddfellows’ Hall in the rural New South Wales town of Yass lent a familiar homeliness to a band whose ties wind back to high-school in rural Australia. Set up in the open space of the 1880’s wooden-floored community hall the band introduced each other to their material for the first time and came away a week later with The Oddfellows’ Hall.
To celebrate the band will hit the road this November and December with good friends Cool Sounds - also releasing a new record of their own, Cactus Country - along for the ride.

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Cody Munro Moore, Dominic Breen & Bland
Dec
2
3:00 PM15:00

Cody Munro Moore, Dominic Breen & Bland

Sunday arvo show:

Cody Munro Moore

Since taking a bit of a breather from his solo stuff, Moore’s had plenty on his musical plate as part of BIG WHITE and NEW LOVERS. Having spent a bunch of time travelling the world, new ideas for his debut record started sprouting in the most unlikely of places: from church basements in Denver to burnt out high schools in Amsterdam. Upon returning home, Moore teamed up with a bunch of mates and recorded the tracks he’d written on the road. ‘No Matter How Hard’ is his the first taste from his forthcoming album. A certified motivational track, topped off with Moore’s signature 80’s buzz, this one’s guaranteed to pick you up and get you moving. Of the forthcoming record ‘CMM’, Moore says “the body of work steeps heavily in narrative between cultural idols and the unaware self.” Stay tuned, it’s due out in September through Dinosaur City Records.

https://codymunromoore.bandcamp.com/

with:

Dominic Breen https://soundcloud.com/dominicbreen

Bland https://blandband.bandcamp.com/

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CANCELLED - Holly Throsby In Conversation
Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

CANCELLED - Holly Throsby In Conversation

TONIGHTS EVENT IS CANCELLED/ POSTPONED FOR A LATER DATE

Holly Throsby is a songwriter, musician and novelist from Sydney, Australia. She has released five solo albums, a collection of original children's songs, an album as part of the band, Seeker Lover Keeper, and has been nominated for four ARIAs. Holly's debut novel, Goodwood (2016), was a critically acclaimed bestseller, shortlisted for the Indie and ABIA awards as well as the Davitt and Ned Kelly awards.

Cedar Valley is Holly Throsby’s brilliant second novel. A loving portrait of small country towns, it’s a beautiful, at times heartbreaking, story about family and of course, there’s a mystery that needs to be solved …

On the first day of summer in 1993, two strangers arrive in the town of Cedar Valley. One is a calm looking man in a brown suit. He makes his way down the main street and walks directly to Cedar Valley Curios & Old Wares, sitting down on the footpath, where he leans silently against the big glass window for hours.

The other is 21-year-old Benny Miller. Fresh out of university, Benny has come to Cedar Valley in search of information about her mother, Vivian, who has recently died. Vivian's mysterious old friend, Odette Fisher, has offered Benny her modest pale green cottage for as long as she wants it.

Is there any connection between the man on the pavement and Benny's quest to learn more about her mother?

 In a compelling twist, Holly Throsby has taken inspiration from a true unsolved mystery. ‘I have always been fascinated by unsolved Australian crime’,Holly explains, ‘I found it immensely interesting to bring a real life, historic mystery into Cedar Valley, and weave it into the fictional familial puzzle that is at the heart of the book.’ 

The first review for Cedar Valley has come in, full of praise: ‘This is a masterful novel… There’s a fragility at the core of [Throsby’s] characters and an intimacy that adds depth to their quirks and peccadillos; there’s such heart in her storytelling… Readers who loved Goodwood will find even more to love here.

https://hollythrosby.com/

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On the beach series featuring: Fanny Lumsden
Nov
23
6:00 PM18:00

On the beach series featuring: Fanny Lumsden

Come and join Golden Guitar and CMC Award Winner Fanny Lumsden and her right hand-man- Dan for an exclusive & intimate performance at Franks! Having driven over 150,000km around this country playing shows and recently returned from playing AmericanaFest in Nashville, Fanny and Dan are bringing their Under Our Hills Hoist show to Thirool for one night only to share stories and good times! Proceeds go to the Black Dog Institute. 

Raised in Western NSW, Fanny Lumsden is a ‘breath of fresh country air’ according to Rolling Stone Magazine & is hitting new highs with her second album ‘Real Class Act’. Released on her own label, Red Dirt Road Records, the crowd funded album debuted #1 on the ARIA Country Chart, making Fanny the only independent artist to top the charts & one of only eight Australian artists to reach #1 in 2017.

 Fanny recently took home the ‘Independent Country Album of the Year’ at the Aus Indie (AIR) Awards for Real Class Act to add to her ‘New Talent of the Year’ at the Golden Guitar Awards, ‘New Oz Artist of the Year’ at the Country Music Channel Awards plus the ‘Professional Development Award’ for Country Music from APRA, all in 2017. Following up an ARIA nomination for Best Country Album for her debut album 'Small Town Big Shot'.

 No stranger to the road Fanny & her husband Dan have clocked up 150,000km across regional Australia on their self produced Country Halls Tour selling out halls & celebrating live original music and community. 

★★★★ - ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE - ‘EDWINA MARGARET ’FANNY’ LUMSDEN DIFFERENTIATES HERSELF FROM AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PEERS WITH HER CLEAR-EYED, UNVARNISHED ARTICULATION OF LIFE IN THE BUSH AS IT IS, RATHER THAN AS IT WAS… A BREATH OF FRESH COUNTRY AIR’. 

http://www.fannylumsden.net/

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Wasted Wednesday
Nov
21
6:00 PM18:00

Wasted Wednesday

Wasted Wednesday's @ Franks is back yet again to polish off a brilliant year!

Hidden Harvest and Franks are once again teaming up and bringing you another vego feast made out of all locally sourced food that would have otherwise been wasted, bringing together two of the greatest things in the world, food and music! 

Come put a twist on your usual (wasted) Wednesday night and join us for a few bevies, a delicious community feast and some funky tunes! 

Allow us to share our story and creative ways to celebrate these currently ignored, overlooked or surplus (by-) products within our food system and spark some #MoreTasteLessWaste attitude. 

First in best dressed this time around! Doors open 6:00pm. Nibbles are on from 6.30 pm. Dinner will be served between 7.30 pm and 8:30pm. Dessert along with delightful post dinner tunes by local talent!

We work with a pay as you feel system in order to make this event accessible to all & up to your fair judgement!

So come join us and share the love with our slightly wonky veggies, you won't even need a few drinks in you to want to take these guys home!

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Elana Stone Residency
Nov
15
7:00 PM19:00

Elana Stone Residency

Elana's genre shape-shifting has led to collaborations with the likes of Passenger, Washington, Donny Benet, Urthboy, Hermitude, Tripod, Josh Pyke and Ngaiire among many others. Her unique and enchanting live performances have served to make her one of Australia's most sought after vocalists. Since her previous band 'The Rescue Ships' parted ways, Elana has spent the last five and a half years touring with her four-part lady folk band 'All Our Exes Live in Texas' to sell out crowds around Australia and internationally.

All Our Exes Live in Texas have had an impressive career to date. They've toured with The Backstreet Boys (USA), Passenger (UK), Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats (USA) not to mention Australian icons Midnight Oil, Kate Miller-Heidke and Boy & BeaSince releasing their debut album ‘When We Fall’ in March 2017 All Our Exes have toured extensively both in Australia and abroad. They picked up an Aria award for best Blues and Roots album in November 2017 and played Splendour in the Grass festival in June 2018. They were awarded the National Live Music Award for best live band in 2017 and they received an Air award for Best Independent Blues and Roots album in 2018.

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Lachlan Denton and Emma Russack
Nov
14
7:00 PM19:00

Lachlan Denton and Emma Russack

It's three quarters of the way through 2018, and Emma Russack & Lachlan Denton (THE OCEAN PARTY) have already released two collaborative albums. April's When It Ends and July's Keep On Trying were records that broadened and deepened the two Melbourne-based artists' respective oeuvres while pinpointing the strengths of each artist: Lachlan's bulletproof hooks; Emma's laconic, acerbic lyrics; and their shared penchant for creating spare, sunburnt Australian rock.
This October, the pair will release The First Two Albums, a Spunk Records reissue of, yes, their first two albums. 
To celebrate they will be hitting the road in November taking in Sydney, Melbourne and few other regional favourites. 

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Magpie Diaries
Nov
10
3:00 PM15:00

Magpie Diaries

Alluding to an era well before their birth, Magpie Diaries have a sound born from the ‘70s. Bathed in inspirations provided by acts such as The Band, Neil Young, Grateful Dead and Van Morrison. It's dreamy Americana country mixed with a rockier alternative. Whilst the influences are evident, the approach is very much unique. It's the simplistic, candid story telling approach which reflects Magpie’s enduring spirit.

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Terry
Nov
3
3:00 PM15:00

Terry

TERRY is a latent man of mystery. Terry is also a band from Melbourne, Australia. Divide him in half and you split the genders, into quarters and you get Amy Hill (also of Constant Mongrel, School Of Radiant Living), Xanthe Waite (Mick Harvey Band, Primo), Zephyr Pavey (Eastlink, Total Control, Russell St Bombings) and Al Montfort (UV Race, Dick Diver, Total Control). Guitars, bass, drums, all four sing. Terry are busy people and Terry is a particularly active project too, having released two EPs and a full length album ('Terry HQ') on Upset The Rhythm. In 2017 it proved time to 'Remember Terry', whilst this summer Terry returns with 'I'm Terry'!

http://www.upsettherhythm.co.uk/terry.shtml

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Dave Wells
Oct
27
4:00 PM16:00

Dave Wells

Spaciously intense and progressive, this emotionally and soncially diverse debut record exemplifies Wells’ indie folk and alt-rock influences. Across the album, the Hunter Valley songwriter examines social realism through an abstract lens. He sets his sights on the biggest of themes: our inclinations for lust and freedom, moral boundaries, human desire, self-preservation, the cause and effects of love, jealousy and loss.

http://www.davewellslive.com/

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Elana Stone Residency
Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

Elana Stone Residency

Elana Stone's new collaboration with Luke Moseley is called Slim Pickin's. They return to Franks for their second show this year, testing out new material on an unsuspecting crowd. 

Elana's genre shape-shifting has led to collaborations with the likes of Passenger, Washington, Donny Benet, Urthboy, Hermitude, Tripod, Josh Pyke and Ngaiire among many others. Her unique and enchanting live performances have served to make her one of Australia's most sought after vocalists. Since her previous band 'The Rescue Ships' parted ways, Elana has spent the last five and a half years touring with her four-part lady folk band 'All Our Exes Live in Texas' to sell out crowds around Australia and internationally.

All Our Exes Live in Texas have had an impressive career to date. They've toured with The Backstreet Boys (USA), Passenger (UK), Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats (USA) not to mention Australian icons Midnight Oil, Kate Miller-Heidke and Boy & BeaSince releasing their debut album ‘When We Fall’ in March 2017 All Our Exes have toured extensively both in Australia and abroad. They picked up an Aria award for best Blues and Roots album in November 2017 and played Splendour in the Grass festival in June 2018. They were awarded the National Live Music Award for best live band in 2017 and they received an Air award for Best Independent Blues and Roots album in 2018.

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