Sunshine Coast Music News, June 22 2017
Hope you've had your weetbix, because there's a big few days of live music coming right at you.
Tonight, the amazing Dan Horne will be at Solbar. Tomorrow... for all you rude boys and girls out there the Funaddicts will be at Solbar, with support from DOSED. In Nambour, at the Bison Bar, there's a very special fundraiser for Field of Vision, featuring that freak on guitar, Van Larkins on Friday night.
Saturday night, it shifts a gear, when Cheap Fakes are back in town with a brand new single (we interviewed them a few weeks ago - read that here), with support from Khan Harrison Band, and Dear Willow. Nicole Brophy will be bluesing it up in the front bar too.
Up in Noosa, the V Room will host Los Laws with their new single, along with Fight Ibis and Dangerpenny - both artists are killing it right now.
As always, for more shows happening in these quarters, head to the Gigs page.
The mighty songstress that is Ayla has just dropped her film clip to the single 'Shallow End'. It's another winner, which you can watch right now, here.
Ayla is out on tour supporting this single, but will be appearing back on the Sunshine Coast on July 8th, as part of the Currie Street Crawl (thanks to Queensland Music Festival). Ayla will be joined by Band of Frequencies, WAAX, Major League, The Floating Bridges, The Hi-Boys, Pro Vita, Lifeboat, Sahara Beck and more. For more info on this, click here.
And South East QLD keeps on giving. BIGSOUND just dropped their first artist announcement for the September music conference. For the first lot of artists in this mammoth event, head here and drool for a bit, then get your tickets.
Those legends over at Caloundra Music Festival also did another announcement this week, releasing a few more artists to their already impressive line-up. Add to the list: Xavier Rudd, Grinspoon, Baby Animals, Killing Heidi, British India, Kingswood, Stonefield, Karl S Williams, Bearfoot, and TOWN... with 40 more artists to be announced! That's huge, so far!
Our friends at Australian Music Week announced their first line-up for their November showcase as well! Australian music is just killing it right now. Check the first announcement of 30 artists here, and wait for the next one!