Duncan Phillips - Western Weekender - Saturday afternoon
DOORS OPEN 12.30PM // MUSIC STARTS 1PM
Duncan Phillips and his band play a unique blend of contemporary Americana. Think Steve Earle meets Tom Petty with a touch of the Boss and you’re starting to get the picture. With rich vocal harmonies, guitars ranging from fingerstyle acoustic to all out rock and the rhythm section driven by the dynamic pairing of Zac Watson (Bass) and Chelsea Allen (Drums) the live show will keep you captivated from the first note to the last beat.
Saturday 4th January (day)
Rick Hart Trio
This $15+BF ticket will only get you in to the Saturday afternoon show, however a weekend pass is available for $40+BF
The Spotted Mallard hosts a full weekend of Melbourne's finest Americana with four special shows across the first few days of 2020. Many of these acts will be heading up to play one of Australia's most iconic music events, the Tamworth Country Music Festival and the Golden Guitar Awards just a few days later.
The Spotted Mallard's new kitchen Roadhouse Barbecue will be serving all weekend.
Sponsored by the Americana Music Association of Australia and Young Henrys.
Young Henrys is a group of passionate brewers, beer lovers, distillers, musicians and artists, united for the love of good beer. Established in 2012 in the back streets of Newtown and in the hearts of lovers of music and art culture all over; supporting grassroots community through to major festivals and cultural institutions.
The Americana Music Association of Australia Incorporated is a non-profit organisation that aspires to foster the enjoyment, growth and recognition of Americana music in Australia by providing information, support and opportunities to our members and the Americana music community within Australia.