TESSA LYES (NZ) AUSTRALIAN SUMMER TOUR/ LAUREN GLEZER & ANTHONY YOUNG Tickets VIC
7:30pm, Thu 17th January, 2013
Revolver Upstairs, VIC
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"A collection of three talented singer/songwriters with enough soul to rock your socks off, love to melt your heart, and passion to move your soul".
Tessa Lyes- An alternative/folk artist from NZ is performing at the Revolver as a part of her summer tour. She has recently recorded and released her debut EP “Imaginary Lover” which has had a number of great reviews from renowned sources, and is something she wants to share with the rest of the world.“The shades of Florence and the Machine that filter through much of her vocal delivery drops away and her melancholic wail takes a step closer to the effortless authenticity of someone like Patti Smith” - NZ Musician Magazine
Soulful singer songwriter Lauren Glezer has spent the last few months charming the stages of Melbourne with her poetic tunes of the heart and new Minnie guitar. After returning from her recent journey to India, she decided to trade her former identity as lead singer of Pleasing Anna for solo pursuits. Her new stripped back form provides a direct window into her honest stories and allows audiences to see her more clearly.
With the also recent release of his debut EP “Black 64”, Anthony Young is no stranger to the stage. An accomplished performer, you may have already caught him performing at one of Melbourne’s many iconic venues. His soul/ rock vibe is full of tasty rhythms, excellent lyrical manipulation an melodies. Three artists combined into an evening of musical goodness as sweet as honey.
Tickets $5.00+bf www.moshtix.com.au/ $10.00 on the door
Colonel Tan's Thai kitchen is located in the backroom at Revolver Upstairs. Opening hours are 5pm - 11pm Tuesday to Saturday and midday - 11pm Friday. See http://www.coloneltans.com.au/ for menus, reviews and booking details.
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