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THE SHED THEATRE

LUCKY – DEC 23

Folks Roots Musician LUCKY is back on the Peninsula after spending the past 3 months touring Western Australia supporting musical Duo Sunday Lemonade. LUCKY will be performing his show in The Shed Theatre with special guest MILL.

If you have not heard this humble and down to earth storyteller, then you must get down and see his show. Some say he’s the ‘One Man Band’. He’s songs are honest and raw, with some songs written while camping in some of Australia’s most remote locations. LUCKY’s songs will take you on a journey. Don’t miss this!

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SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE- JAN 22

Victoria is set to get a second dose of some of Australia’s most prominent musicians in 2022, as the ‘Sing A Song Of Sixpence’ tour finally makes its way to Main Ridge, celebrating songwriters and their craft while further injecting life back into a recovering live music scene after a crippling few years for the industry.

Presented by Melbourne based singer-song writer, multi-instrumentalist and man behind much-loved “keep the circle unbroken’ series, Delsinki, the tour brings the tradition of a writer’s round to audiences, with the likes of Mick Thomas, XANI, Brooke Taylor, MAXON, Jimmy Pheonix and Justin Brady(things From Stone And Wood) all performing in The Shed.

 
 HAZEL & THE THIEF – FEB 12
 

Singer-songwriter Heidi Louise is excited to launch her new band project ‘Hazel & The Thief’ for an energetic show in The Shed.

Hazel takes you on a melodic journey through her thoughts and experiences, beginning at childhood to motherhood and beyond. The band is made up by Drummer and also chief fire fighter Jamie Hansen, guitarist and music teacher Arturo Tallarida and bassist and backing vocalist Joshua Moore(The Redwoods). Their combination is haunting and dynamic. A ‘Rose Between The Thorns’ kind of vibe. Their songs are inspired by songs from The Cranberries, Missy Higgens, Kate Miller Heidke, Coldplay and Sarah Blasko. This Folk-Rock four piece will definitely bring a unique experience to the listener.

COUSIN LEONARD

FEB 25TH

 

Peninsula favourites Cousin Leonard are Melbourne duo of mutli-instrumentalist singer songwriter brothers Marty and Tom Williams. Their stunning and catchy original contemporary alt-folk/soul-pop songs, has grabbed the attention of Festival organisers and music fans around the world, and sees them regularly tour to Europe & the UK. They have shared the stage with the likes of Bob Dylan, the Beach Boys, Bonnie Raite, as well as Paul Kelly, Tommy Immanuel, Archie Roach & Xavier Rudd to name a few. The brothers’ many instruments and powerful vocal harmony, along with their tasty selection of primo covers, ensures that listeners will be captivated and uplifted.

 

“..with awesome harmony and sophisticated lyrics, this is some of the best music I’ve heard come out of Australia for a while…” Stephanie Howell – San Diego Reader

www.cousinleonard.com

 

 

 

 

Folk 

 

SOUTHERN PENINSULA FRONTLINE HEALTHCARE  – WITH RUST & HAY – PUBLIC EVENT

FEB 26TH

 

The last event was brought such a great crowd and the music was a lot fo fun! So we have decided to run this wonderful event again.

Tickets are $20 and money goes straight to the Rosebud Hospital. There will be live music from Duo ‘Rust & Hay’. So bring your dancing shoes and smiles, and lets celebrate the amazing work our Southern Peninsula Healthcare Workers have done!

 

 INTERNATIONAL WOMANS DAY FESTIVAL  

MARCH 6TH

 

A  day filled with activities, live music, market stalls, food and drink vans and more! 

Live Show in the Shed Theatre featuring Tanya George, Mathilde Anne & more artists to be announced. This event will also include a Theatre Pub sing a long! 

TICKETS ON SALE SOON!

ELLA & SIENNA & BAND 

 MARCH 18TH

 

Ella & Sienna, young singer-songwriting sisters, and their incredible band (Sebastian Brook on bass, Michael Marino on drums) are thrilled to be heading to The Shed Theatre at the Pig & Whistle Main Ridge in March 2022.

Expect to be blown away by their formidable combination of soaring vocals, captivating sibling harmonies, catchy pop hooks, and country inspired storytelling, all wrapped together in a stirring and energetic folk-rock vibe.

Proving they are one of the most exciting emerging artists amongst the folk/pop/country spectrum, Ella & Sienna have captured a compelling string of accolades over the past 18 months or so, including being named a Finalist in the Youth Folk Artist of the Year category at the Australian Folk Music Awards,  Live Performance Category Winners in the Songwriters Composers and Lyricists Association 2021 Festival of Original Music, Winners of the Art Gallery of South Australia Battle of the Bands 2020, 2nd place in Best of the Buskers at the Tamworth Country Music Festival 2020, along with countless others. 

Drawing on diverse influences spanning from Fleetwood Mac to 90’s alternative rock, Kasey Chambers and Taylor Swift, the girls’ have penned an impressive repertoire of sparkling new material over the lockdown period and are beyond excited to be bringing their full-band headline show to The Shed.

“They are trailblazing youngins from the Adelaide Hills, cranking out rivetingly impassioned slivers of sharp and summery folk. Acoustically inclined, the duo’s performance wields a uniquely charged energy: the soundscape’s core is always a dry, cleanly produced strum, fleshed out with crisp and thumping drums, subtle atmospherics and layered lead vocals jam‑packed with character even in their most understated moments. Peter Noble, if you’re reading this, get these girls on a Bluesfest lineup ASAP!” – Matt Doria, Australian Guitar’s Fresh Frets: Vol. 9

Folk 

 

TIMOTHY WOLF & THE HOWLERS

MARCH 25TH

Introspective soulful blues with a hint of ‘I’m ready to boogie’. Timothy Wolf is the thrilling new kid on the block with his debut studio album set for release Oct 22. Wolf began 2021 releasing his debut single and in a year dominated by Covid 19 lockdowns it’s hardly slowed the alt folk/country song-writer down going from strength to strength landing raving Rolling Stone…

 LOST RAGAS PRESENT “THE TRAVELLING PSYCHEDELIC SNAKE OIL SALESMAN TOUR”   MARCH 26TH

Pioneering new realms of modern, psychedelic country sounds, Lost Ragas announce new live shows.
Showcasing tracks from their most recent album, This Is Not A Dream, a collection of stellar tunes showcasing the mastery of the band at a whole new level. Expect songs of cosmic flight, a psychedelic jungle, imprisoned men and boxing legends, and dance amongst the wild guitars and interstellar pedal steel.

Lost Ragas have become infamous on the Melbourne scene, and their electrifying live shows are something to behold.
The band was born a few years back when Matt Walker was touring his album In Echoes Of Dawn. A solo recording which he then wished to expand on, in live performance. Enter Shane Reilly. The two crossed paths while playing with Tex Perkins and discovered that in down time on the road they would sit around jamming and writing songs. Both bringing their swag of swagger to the coffee table to produce something entirely new.

A notable element of the live show is the guitar interplay between the two and the sparks that fly once they hit the stage. On bass is Roger Bergodaz who has been a long time friend and collaborator of Matt and Shane’s…Although known as a first class drummer it is worth mentioning that Roger chose to play bass in this band, and once he placed his note, who could argue? Finally on the tubs there is Haydn Meggitt. Playing a slow burn groove while singing harmonies as sweet as a bird. Haydn joined the line up for the bands most recent album, taking over from original drummer Simon Burke.

As all members of Lost Ragas individually work with an impressive roster of other bands, it is needless to say that when the planets align and they find themselves on the road together again, it is cause for rejoice.
They can transform a room. Don’t you dare miss them!

 

 

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