Loosen your suspenders, tighten your shoelaces and get ready to dance in ways you never thought possible.
Greshka are in town and this high-energy, high-paced and high-volume music will certainly get the toes-a-tappin. After distilling the grooves of Eastern-European klezmer and brass bands from the Balkans, Greshka mix in western-classical, metal and jazz to make a potent concoction of in-your-face multicultural ear-alcohol. Find out more about Greshka here.
Brisbane based rock band Wayward Smith shows only a glimmer of its hard hitting rock shows on its self-titled debut EP. Formed in 2007 Wayward Smith has become a solid partnership enduring 5 years.
More recently Wayward Smith gained recognition from Australian band, Gyroscope, for their acoustic rendition of Some of The Places I Know (which you can catch on YouTube) and, on 3 April Wayward Smith will be supporting more Australian talent, For This Cause, on the Brisbane leg of their national tour at The Zoo, Fortitude Valley. More info about Wayward Smith here.
Amy Crow started playing guitar when she was in high school. Originally the guitar bought was for my brother for a birthday gift, but in the end her father and and Amy herself picked it up as well. She has never done lessons as such; She just picked up what she wanted to learn and would tend to say that her music is a combination of modern folk and alternative acoustic. Find out more about Amy here.
Jimi Beavis is all class. He plays blues with cool grooves and hot swing. The gentleman giant of the Brisbane Blues scene. standing at 6’2″ he towers over the members of his band, but still stands in the shadows of the blues giants from whom he draws his inspiration.Find out more about Jimi Beavis here.