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Trash Springfield w/ Smoky the Musical, ÅLIBII & Blood Blossoms

The family Recordings

Trash Springfield w/ Smoky the Musical, ÅLIBII & Blood Blossoms

8:00pm, Fri 11 June, 2021

Event Details

Trash Springfield, Smoky the Musical, ÅLIBII and Blood Blossoms live at Petersham Bowlo

Trash Springfield, are a 3 piece band lead by the frontwoman of the same name. Trash’s
raw, honest and sometimes confronting lyrics are balanced with her catchy riffs and unique
baritone. After years of performing around Sydney as a soloist, she now has a band together
and is putting the final touches on her debut E.P.

Sydney songwriters Will n Court team up with a new band and a new lineup, this time taking inspiration classic Aussie indie artists *like Julia Jacklin and Stella Donelly. Combining upbeat drums, shiny guitars and smooth harmonies to form Alibii (the band).

Smoky: The Musical are a pop/jazz fusion band based in Newtown NSW. Using sounds of the world to explore dark lyrical themes: the environment, the individual, the political and the unknown. 
Songwriter and guitarist Anita is turning heads with her vocal range and captivating delivery. Sounds like, Jeff Buckley and Nick Cave sitting in a bar across from Elis Regina talking about Judy Garland on acid.

Blood Blossoms sit somewhere between folk, rock and pop, While you'll hear lush strings,
horns and keyboard wizardry on any of their 3 albums, in a live setting a simple guitar and
vocal is preferred. With 2 previous 2ser Album of the Week nods to their name and a 4th
album currently under construction, Blood Blossoms are shaking off the studio tan and
hitting the Sydney live music scene once again.

This is a Covid-safe show.  Pre-sale tickets only. No walk-ups.

Under 18s are welcome at the Petersham Bowling Club but must be accompanied by an adult.

The Petersham Bowling Club acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which this show takes place and pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and emerging and extend those respects to the First Nations peoples of NSW and beyond.