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Campfire at The Coracle - Songwriters In The Round

Uniting Church - Fairfield, 85 Gillies Street, Fairfield

Campfire at the Coracle is a magical event, held outdoors around the campfire and under a full moon.

Featuring songwriters in the round with Matt Joe Gow, Joyce Prescher and Kerryn Fields.

Join us for a night of exquisite storytelling as these truly beautiful musicians bring their own unique brand of Folk, Americana and Alt-Country music around the campfire.

This event takes place on Wurundjeri Country at The Coracle, a safe and inclusive all-ages space that is located at the rear of St Andrews Uniting Church in Fairfield.

Bring a blanket, a cushion or a chair to sit on with a warm welcome to bring snacks and drinks to enjoy during the show. You are welcome to arrive early (6pm doors open) if you wish to watch the fire being lit and get a good spot.

The show will start at 7pm.

KERRYN FIELDS Award-winning songwriter and widely adored live performer, Kerryn Fields offers to the world her new LP, Water - a timeless, fearless, and deeply captivating homage to the full spectrum of human emotion. Drawing comparisons with the likes of timeless creators, Cat Stevens, Townes Van Zandt, Joan Baez, Neil Young, and more, Fields’ trademark warmth of character - evident in both life and music - fuels a creative offering that’s equal parts captivating, refined and heartrendingly insightful.

MATT JOE GOW Matt Joe Gow grew up in the deep south of New Zealand in a town with bad weather and good music: Dunedin. Surrounded by music, he was encouraged to pick up a guitar at an early age. After traveling the world, Matt moved to Melbourne, Australia, drawn by its culture and vibrant music scene. He formed a band, The Dead Leaves, and in 2009 released his debut record The Messenger, produced by multi-Aria award-winner Nash Chambers, and featuring contributions from Jim Moginie of Midnight Oil and iconic Australian country guitarist Bill Chambers.

JOYCE PRESCHER With every song Joyce Prescher is giving you a little glimpse into her soul. With her poetic storytelling, haunting melodies and a voice that really gets under your skin she has mesmerized audiences in Australia as well as the Netherlands ever since she was a little girl. Her music makes you feel like you know her or want to know her and maybe you are in fact a little like her. These songs are made to listen to whilst wrapped in a warm blanket, in front of a fireplace, with a glass of red in your hand.

Important : This is a socially distanced ticketed event where everyone is required to be vaccinated unless exempt.

We will host the event indoors if the weather isn't suitable for a campfire.

Songs for Justin Townes Earle: A Celebration of his Life and Legacy

Brunswick Ballroom, 314 Sydney Road, 314 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056

Justin Townes Earle made an immeasurably profound impression on countless music lovers and artists in Australia during his many visits here.

In the wake of his tragic passing in August 2020, this event brings together a wide range of artists to pay tribute to and honour his legacy and all of the musical inspiration he brought to these shores.

Join us for this unmissable celebration of his song book with help from Henry Wagons, Lachlan Bryan, Brooke Russell, Ben Mastwyk, Jess Parker, Stephen Grady, Joyce Prescher, Duncan Phillips, Katie Bates, Rhianna Fibbins, Les Thomas plus house band The Millions.

Note: there are three shows on the day - go to https://brunswickballroom.com.au/whats-on/ to find a time that works for you *Proceeds from the event will be forwarded to Justin's bereaved wife Jenn and daughter Etta who have been left with significant legal and medical costs.

[New show added] Songs for Justin Townes Earle: A Celebration of his Life and Legacy

Brunswick Ballroom, 314 Sydney Road, 314 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056

After selling out the first show, a matinee show has been added for those who missed out on tickets.

Justin Townes Earle made an immeasurably profound impression on countless music lovers and artists in Australia during his many visits here.

In the wake of his tragic passing in August 2020, this event brings together a wide range of artists to pay tribute to and honour his legacy and all of the musical inspiration he brought to these shores.

Join us for this unmissable celebration of his song book with help from Henry Wagons, Lachlan Bryan, Brooke Russell, Ben Mastwyk, Jess Parker, Stephen Grady, Joyce Prescher, Duncan Phillips, Katie Bates, Rhianna Fibbins, Les Thomas plus house band The Millions.

*Proceeds from the event will be forwarded to Justin's bereaved wife Jenn and daughter Etta who have been left with significant legal and medical costs.

Sing A Song Of Sixpence

Crossways Marysville, 4 Woods Point Road, Marysville

Songs are magical things: some fall suddenly from the ether, others are a slow labour of love. Universally however, they’re inspired by personal experiences and observations of life. In reverence of such alchemy, Delsinki presents 'Sing a Song of Sixpence' - which brings the tradition of a writer's round to audiences: artists sharing the bare bones of their songs and the stories behind them in an intimate setting.

This round will feature Debra Byrne, Joyce Prescher, Simon Phillips, Delsinki and Julian & His Lady and will be accompanied by John Kendall (Row Jerry Crow).

Sing A Song Of Sixpence

Tallarook Mechanics Institute, 44 Main Road, Tallarook

Songs are magical things: some fall suddenly from the ether, others are a slow labour of love. Universally however, they’re inspired by personal experiences and observations of life. In reverence of such alchemy, Delsinki presents 'Sing a Song of Sixpence' - which brings the tradition of a writer's round to audiences: artists sharing the bare bones of their songs and the stories behind them in an intimate setting.

This round will feature Debra Byrne, Joyce Prescher, Simon Phillips, Delsinki and Bobby Valentine and will be accompanied by John Kendall (Row Jerry Crow).

Sing A Song Of Sixpence

Potato Shed, 41 Peninsula Drive, Drysdale

Songs are magical things: some fall suddenly from the ether, others are a slow labour of love. Universally however, they’re inspired by personal experiences and observations of life. In reverence of such alchemy, Delsinki presents 'Sing a Song of Sixpence' - which brings the tradition of a writer's round to audiences: artists sharing the bare bones of their songs and the stories behind them in an intimate setting.

This round will feature Debra Byrne, Joyce Prescher, Simon Phillips, Delsinki, Wayne Jury and will be accompanied by John Kendall (Row Jerry Crow).

Songs In The South | Memo Music Hall

Memo Music Hall, 88 Acland Street, St Kilda

Hear the stories behind the songs. Songs in the South provides a unique experience for both writer and listener. Co-hosted by Delsinki & Joyce Prescher, the evening will see 6 different performers come together on stage where they will perform and exchange songs and stories.

Artists:

Alister Turrill Alister Turrill blends a true form of blues with complex songwriting that’s seldom seen. He’s shared the stage with Jeff Lang, Geoff Achison and Lloyd Spiegel on several occasions and has supported the likes of Charlie Parr (US), Tim Rogers, Ash Grunwald, Kim Churchill, Steve Smyth, Tim Freedman and Shane Howard.

Alana Wilkinson Alana Wilkinson is a Melbourne based folk-pop-punk-poet who is much loved on the Australian scene. She combines delicate melodies with disarmingly insightful vignettes about the human condition.

Ernest Aines Ernest Aines is a contemporary folk singer-songwriter from Melbourne. His songs range from lore type storytelling and personal discovery to wistful ramblings.

Coby Grant Coby Grant is a folk/pop singer-songwriter whose emotion filled voice has drawn comparisons to Eva Cassidy, Joni Mitchell and Alanis Morrisette. After Gaga Publishing signed Coby and placed her original song “A Song About Me” into a Scandinavian TVC five years ago, life has been pretty busy for Coby, who toured Europe extensively for years.

Joyce Prescher Joyce Prescher is a Dutch born folk musician who is now Melbourne based. Her carefully crafted lyrics, haunting melodies and rich velvety vocals take you back to days long gone. Joyce delivers her songs with such honesty and melancholy, you cannot help but be roped in and left mesmerised.

Delsinki Delsinki is a Melbourne based singer songwriter. Over the years he has been involved in numerous musical projects. Most recently he toured a show called ‘Keep the circle unbroken’ to sold out venues across regional Victoria. He is much loved in the Australian scene and well respected amongst some of Australia’s finest musicians. Delsinki’s songs are deep and intimate brought with a voice that shifts between soft and delicate and a low rumbling thunder.

$25+bf Reserve, $20+bf General Admission

Return to the 60's folk club | Khristian Mizzi w/ Joyce Prescher

Arcobar, 8 Arco Lane, Heatherton

💜LIVE AT THE ARCOBAR 💜

KHRISTIAN MIZZI is one of the most captivating & emotive folk artists in Australia, and returns to arcobar interspersing the songs of Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, Don McLean, Jackson Brown, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, amongst his own heartwarming works. With special guest artist JOYCE PRESCHER singing her beautiful and captivating songs!! 🌟🌺

"RETURN TO THE 60'S FOLK CLUB" WAS A SELL-OUT LAST TIME AT ARCOBAR - LIMITED TO JUST 50 PEOPLE - GET IN EARLY TO GET YOUR TICKETS!

TICKETS $20 PER PERSON. For tix, call: 95511424 SATURDAY NIGHT 3RD JULY DINNER FROM 6.30PM MUSIC FROM 8PM

Jason Lowe and Joyce Prescher at SVM

Some velvet morning, 123 queens parade, Clifton hill

It’s been a little while since Jason Lowe paid Some Velvet Morning a visit, in fact, it’s been nearly three years since he farewelled Melbourne with a final residency there before heading North and settling in the foresty valleys of Bellingen.

On Friday 18 June he returns and re-unites with Joyce Prescher for a one-off and very special evening. The pair were introduced to each other by Mastering magician Adam Dempsey, a local genius who has touched many albums of artists here in Melbourne and beyond. They bonded over their love of seventies folk music and artists like Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. In fact, Lowe may have a story or two about Joni, who he met whilst living in Canada.

Jason Lowe and Joyce Prescher played a hand full of shows together prior to Lowe leaving Melbourne, his beautiful lap slide weaving through her velvety vocals. At Some Velvet Morning you will have a rare chance to witness these two sharing their music on an intimate stage and hopefully join each other for a song or two.

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Jason Lowe

Lowe has spent over a decade earning a name for himself among the Singer-Songwriter scene of Australia and Canada, calling the latter home for two years.

His performances are intimate, a euphoric experience to be remembered, embodying a profoundly emotional, poetic, and musical power akin to such greats as Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young. Their influences can be felt throughout his music, as well as that of Nick Drake and Harry Manx.

Lowe has shared the stage with such luminaries as All Our Exes Live In Texas (AUS), Kim Churchill (AUS), The Wilson Pickers (AUS), Eric Bibb (USA), Jeff Martin (CAN), Jeff Lang (AUS), Dan Mangan (CAN), & Lloyd Spiegel (AUS) and has performed twice at the famed ‘East Coast Blues And Roots Festival’ Invited back for the second year by popular demand.

Lowe is a greatly sought after session musician, most notably for his skill on the Lap Slide Guitar, performing alongside such artists as Lisa Mitchell (AUS), Ruth Moody (CAN,) Kim Churchill (AUS), Ella Hooper (AUS), Don Freed (CAN), Adam Miller (AUS/USA), Jojo Smith (AUS), Shane Nicholson (AUS) & Grace Turner (AUS). https://www.facebook.com/Jasonlowemusic

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Joyce Prescher

Joyce Prescher is a Dutch-born singer-songwriter who has certainly made her mark in the Melbourne music scene. In addition to releasing her well received debut album ’Home’ in 2017, her voice can be heard on various projects, both in Australia and overseas.

Joyce Prescher’s songs are deeply introspective, exploring hardship and distance, mortality and love. Her carefully crafted lyrics, haunting melodies and rich vocals take you back to days long gone. She delivers her words with such honesty and melancholy, you cannot help but be roped in and left mesmerised.

Joyce recently joined some of Australia’s finest musicians on a regional tour through Victoria called ‘Keep the circle unbroken’, sharing the stage with Paul Woseen (The Screaming Jets), Jeff Consi (The Badloves), Rob Hornbuckle (The Masters Apprentices), John Kendall (Uncle Bill), Delsinki, Hamish Davidson (The Davidson Brothers), Tim Rogers and Justin Brady (Things of Stone & Wood). On the tour she sang duets with Kylie Auldist, Mick Thomas, Danny Walsh, Kee’ahn and Dan Hall. She features on the same titled album, which was recorded live between lockdowns and released in 2020.

Joyce was also invited to play as part of the tribute show for the late Justin Townes Earle, which sold out in a matter of days, alongside a bunch of incredible local artists.

Danny Ross, Joyce Prescher, Neeko & Renn Picard @ The Toff in Town

The Toff in Town, Level 2, Curtin House, 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Amber Mic presents a delightful night of original indie folk tunes at The Toff in Town on Thursday April 29th featuring Melbourne indie folk acts Danny Ross, Joyce Prescher, Neeko and Renn Picard.

Danny Ross is a singer-songwriter based in Melbourne. His long-play release features musical collaborations with members of Husky, The Bamboos and The Cat Empire, with the productions taking six and a half years from start to finish, whilst also being a featuring artist with long time friend and producer The Immigrant. Performing along the coast at varying venues, drawing in every ear of the audience with his sound stylings.

Supporting Danny on the night are Joyce Prescher, Neeko and Renn Picard.

This is a show not to be missed! Support local music at your local venue, Toff in Town, Melbourne, complete with a cocktail bar and dining room featuring unique private carriages.

Maja - Dead Inside Single Launch (Online Event) w/ Joyce Prescher

Facebook Online Event, Melbourne

Following the release of "He Wants to Know You" and "Mother's Daughter" in 2020, Maja has dusted off the Covid cobwebs with her brutally honest and powerful single Dead Inside, ahead of her debut album, “I’ll Get There”.

Dead Inside is about believing in yourself when no one else does. Navigating her early 20s in Brunswick, Maja says “it’s about navigating the darkness with the light and hitting a wall in your career where you feel helpless but not unstoppable.”

Join Maja and Joyce Prescher for an online gig on the 23rd of April to celebrate the release of her latest single.

Joyce Prescher | Wesley Anne

Wesley Anne, 250 High Street , Northcote

Joyce Prescher is a Dutch-born folk artist based in Melbourne. She captures audiences with her poetic lyrics, haunting melodies and a voice that gets under your skin. Her sound tells of her love of folk music, with hints of alt-country and Americana. Her songs are made to listen to whilst wrapped in a warm blanket, in front of a fireplace, with a glass of red in your hand.

Keep the Circle Unbroken

Ballaarat Mechanics’ Institute, 117-119 Sturt Street, Ballarat

Keep The Circle Unbroken features an incredible line-up of Australian musicians performing on a new album of the same name. Keep The Circle Unbroken is a series of concerts to be presented across Victoria's iconic regional towns this March featuring an incredible line-up of Australian musicians spanning two generations performing songs inspired by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s 1972 album Will the Circle be Unbroken.

The Ballarat leg of the tour will include: Row Jerry Crow: - Paul Woseen (the Screaming Jets) - Jeff Consi (the Badloves) - Dion Hirini (Vika & Linda Bull) - Rob Hornbuckle (the Masters Apprentices) - John Kendall (Uncle Bill), and - Delsinki

Guest Artists: Kylie Auldist, Kee’ahn, Dan Hall, Joyce Prescher, and a local guest Guest pickers: Hamish Davidson (the Davidson Brothers) and Justin Brady (Things of Stone & Wood)

Keep the Circle Unbroken

Hindmarsh Hotel, 50 Roy Street, Jeparit

Keep The Circle Unbroken is a series of concerts presented across many of Victoria's iconic regional towns featuring an incredible line-up of Victorian musicians, spanning two generations and performing songs inspired by one of the most influential albums in the history of music, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s 1972 album Will the Circle be Unbroken.

Feature Artists: Kylie Auldist, Debra Byrne, Kee'ahn, Dan Hall, Joyce Prescher, Danny Walsh Backed by: Row Jerry Crow Guest pickers: Hamish Davidson (The Davidson Brothers) & Justin Brady (Things of Stone & Wood)

Keep the Circle Unbroken

The Church, 56-80 Camp Street, Watchem

Keep The Circle Unbroken is a series of concerts presented across many of Victoria's iconic regional towns featuring an incredible line-up of Victorian musicians, spanning two generations and performing songs inspired by one of the most influential albums in the history of music, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s 1972 album Will the Circle be Unbroken.

Feature Artists: Kylie Auldist, Debra Byrne, Kee'ahn, Dan Hall, Joyce Prescher, Danny Walsh Backed by: Row Jerry Crow Guest pickers: Pete Somerville (Uncle Bill) & Justin Brady (Things of Stone & Wood)

Keep the Circle Unbroken

The Old Church on The Hill, 36 Russell Street, Quarry Hill

Tim Rogers, Kylie Auldist, Mick Thomas, Debra Byrne and a host of Victoria's most cherished music artists join together and hit the Victorian roads for the Keep The Circle Unbroken Tour this March.

​Keep The Circle Unbroken is a series of concerts presented across many of Victoria's iconic regional towns featuring an incredible line-up of Victorian musicians, spanning two generations and performing songs inspired by one of the most influential albums in the history of music, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s 1972 album Will the Circle be Unbroken.

The roots of this concert started back in 1972 when the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band released an album that reconnected divided US generations at odds due to the perpetuating Vietnam War, hippie counter-culture and a troubling Richard Nixon presidential term. Recorded with country sensibilities, Will the Circle be Unbroken was created to bring together two generations of musicians and a divided nation and to plant the seeds of hope for a better future. It became one of the most influential albums in the history of music. Featuring collaborations with country legends such as Roy Acuff, Doc Watson and Mother Maybelle Carter, the album was pioneered by celebrated banjoist Earl Scruggs. Across 38 songs, the release captured the imagination of rock music lovers, penetrating the mainstream whilst staying true to its raw, unadulterated aesthetic.

48 years later and the album is more pertinent than ever, it’s message of unity holding strong in a world that remains largely divided. Now, some of Australia’s most prominent musicians unite in a concert performance which channels Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s recording approach on Will the Circle be Unbroken. This live show is an audible bridge stretching across generations, cultures, sexes, politics, race, and musical genre. The circle of artists represents sitting around a campfire, being at the family dinner table, or at a traditional music session. Sharing stories, thoughts and memories handed down from generation to generation.

Following the success of the original concert performed during lockdown in 2020 to a large and enthusiastic online audience, and streamed live from St Kilda’s beloved Memo Music Hall the show will tour a swag of Victoria's regional towns across March. Performed live and in the round each show features special guest musicians and singers in never-before heard trios and duets . Well-known artists will be partnered with lesser known yet exceptionally talented younger artists and backed by the Row Jerry Crow band which is made up from some of this state's most iconic musicians.

The concert and its resultant album was the concept of Row Jerry Crow’s mandolin/songwriter Delsinki and fiddle player John Kendall. “In a world that seems to be at each other’s throats every other second, and not LISTENING to each other, we wanted to create a musical message that would inspire everybody to stop and reflect on what is important in life. Putting our heads together we thought we'd get our eclectic bunch of mates all together in one room and show the connection artistry that comes from music'. We got an incredible response” .

Ticket link here: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=708829& The Old Church on the Hill is located on the corner of Harkness and Russell Streets, Quarry Hill, Bendigo.

The Singer/Songwriter Showcase events, staged at the Old Church by the Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival crew on a semi-regular basis, are an opportunity to enjoy a House Concert vibe in a public venue. The door charge is kept affordable to keep these shows accessible.

Although drinks are available for sale, the focus is on THE MUSIC. If your conversation is more important to you than other people’s enjoyment of the artists’ performance, please take it outside.

Proceeds from drink sales go to supporting the Old Church crew and their many worthy initiatives.

We look forward to your company for an intimate concert experience like you’ve likely never experienced before.

Songs in the South

Memo Music Hall, 88 Acland Street, St Kilda

Hear the stories behind the songs. Songs in the South provides a unique experience for both writer and listener. Co-hosted by Delsinki & Joyce Prescher, the evening will see 6 different performers come together on stage where they will perform and exchange songs and stories.

About the artists:

Anna Cordell

Anna Cordell has always been a ‘maker’. From her youngest years spent singing and writing folk songs on her nylon string guitar, to the first stitches of her design work, and all the way into motherhood, Cordell has a natural flair for creation. Anna launched her full-length record ‘Nobody Knows Us’ at Howler in Melbourne early 2020, the album was well received and was recently listed in the top 10 albums of 2020 by PBS. Anna has opened shows for C.W Stoneking, Ryan Downey and Seeker Lover Keeper.

Bec Sykes

Bec Sykes is a singer-songwriter from the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Layering moody melodies upon minimalist piano and guitar, Bec uses her voice as an instrument and masters the art of emo-folk. After winning the Pieater’s ‘Pie School’ competition, she recorded her debut single, ‘Edithvale’ with Tom Iansek (Big Scary, #1 Dads, Airling). Since the release of the single in mid-July, Bec has won the 2020 Josh Pyke Partnership, was chosen as a Triple J Unearthed Feature Artist, with ‘Edithvale’ added to full rotation on Triple J, Double J and airplay on numerous community radio stations around Australia.

Charm of finches

Melbourne sister duo, Charm of Finches, sing haunted folk tunes about love, grief and whispering trees with their signature tight sibling harmonies and chamber folk sound. Mabel and Ivy Windred-Wornes emerge from an eclectic musical childhood of Celtic strings and busking old-time tunes. The duo have won many awards nationally and internationally and their music has featured on Australian TV.

Jimmy Phoenix

Jimmy Phoenix bloomed from Melbourne’s South East and has spent extensive time rambling round the world. The front man of and singer songwriter is known for his rich sense of melody and engaging lyrics with bands such as A Whale Called Phoenix and This Public Life with new side projects like Gypsy Collector to constantly re-invent himself. Solo he has been described as ‘Gin music with a smile’ and with the band ‘tomorrows hit today’ but that’s for you to decide.

Delsinki

What do the ACO, Jim Moginie from Midnight Oil, Steve Pigram from the Pigram Brothers, Brian Ritchie from the Violent Femmes, Richard Tognetti, cinematographer Jon Frank and astounding indigenous musician “Yamatji Man” Mark Atkins have in common? DELSINKI has joined creative forces with them all. Shape-shifting uncategorizable post-colonialist DELSINKI will release his debut album, “And No Place Was Found for Them” an amalgam of honest and compelling narratives about war, loss, ageing, tribalism, emotions, nature, the futility of urban life and the perils of conformity. Big themes, fully realised. Delsinki’s music is represented by GO ! / GoGaga – the new home for the songs of Cash Savage, Peep Tempel, Tumbleweed and others.

Joyce Prescher

Joyce Prescher is a Melbourne based folk musician. With her carefully crafted lyrics, haunting melodies and rich velvety vocals, Joyce takes you back to days long gone. Her words delivered with such honesty and melancholy, you cannot help but be roped in and left mesmerised. Joyce Prescher released her debut album ‘Home’ in 2017, which was praised by PBS and listed in their top 10 albums upon release. Joyce is currently finalising her sophomore album.

A Reserve $25, Premium $35

Row Jerry Crow Presents 'Keep The Circle Unbroken'

Memo Music Hall, 88 Acland Street, St Kilda

Featuring Tim Rogers, Abby Dobson, Mark Atkins, Kylie Auldist, Dave Gleeson, Debra Byrne & Row Jerry Crow

Keep The Circle Unbroken features an incredible line-up of Australian musicians performing on a new album of the same name - inspired by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s 1972 album Will the Circle be Unbroken. The Country Rock band’s album was designed to bring together two generations of musicians and a divided nation, and plant the seeds of hope for a better future. Keep The Circle Unbroken is an audible bridge stretching across generations, cultures, sexes, politics, race, and musical genre - a showcase from every corner of our nation.

The acoustic album will be recorded live and in the round at MEMO Music Hall two days prior to the Live Stream performance. Row Jerry Crow is the backing band and the recording features special guest musicians and singers performing in never-before seen trios and duets. The recording will be raw, warts and all, and will reveal the soul of each artist.

The circle of artists represents sitting around a campfire, being at the family dinner table, or at a traditional music session. Sharing stories, thoughts and memories handed down from generation to generation.

The special guest singers are a combination of well-known artists partnered with lesser known, yet exceptionally talented younger artists. The line-up is Tim Rogers, Abby Dobson, Mark Atkins, Kylie Auldist, Dave Gleeson, Debra Byrne, Grim Fawkner, Brooke Taylor, Jimmy Phoenix, Olivia Nathan, Bobby Valentine and Joyce Prescher.

Row Jerry Crow consists of Paul Woseen (Screaming Jets), Jeff Consi (The Badloves), Dion Hirini (Vika and Linda), Rob Hornbuckle (Masters Apprentices), Delsinki, and John Kendall (Uncle Bill).

Guest players are drawn from a who’s who of well-known Australian bands: Hamish Davidson (The Davidson Brothers), Xani (The Twoks), Cam Mckenzie (Mark Seymour & The Undertow), Justin Brady (Things of Stone & Wood) , Jack Howard (Hunters & Collectors) , Savannah Blount (Architecture in Helsinki), James Macaulay (The Lagerphones), Dan Hall (Taxiride).

The Album was the concept of Row Jerry Crow’s mandolin/songwriter, Delsinki and Fiddle player John Kendall.

“In a world that seems to be at each other’s throats every other second, and not LISTENING to each other, we wanted to make an album, that would inspire everybody to stop and reflect on what is important in life. Putting our heads together we thought we'd get our eclectic bunch of mates all together in one room and show the connection artistry that comes from music'. We got an incredible response,” they said.

LIVE STREAM DATE: Saturday 18 July TIME (AEST): 7.00-7.30pm: Digital Doors, 7.30-8.30pm: Showtime TICKETS: www.memomusichall.com.au - $12 – Standard, $15 – Premium (Backstage Pass, Q&A via MEMO’s Facebook page - go to Event, register your attendance and you can post questions for the artists)

Joyce Prescher w/ Patrick Lionel

Compass Pizza, 319 Lygon Street, Brunswick East

Sunday night 22 March brings you two local songwriters who will give you 'full body chills'.

Carefully crafted lyrics, haunting melodies and rich velvety vocals, Joyce Prescher takes you back to days long gone. Her words delivered with such honesty and melancholy, you cannot help but be roped in and left mesmerised.

Described as having the ability to both "break your heart and fill your heart" in the matter of three minutes, Patrick Lionel is a songwriter that will leave you with tingling skin. He is an artist who performs and writes with a ‘quiet beauty’, with just an acoustic guitar and his voice, he is able to create “nothing short of a sonic oasis”.

Femmes Fundraise For Fires

Pause bar, 268 Carlisle Street, Balaclava

Join us for an afternoon and evening of live music from a bunch of fine local female artists, as we raise much needed funds for the bushfire crisis across all our states including Vic, Tas, NSW and SA. Entry is via donation with all proceeds going to Bushfire relief. Give what you can afford. Big or small, all donations count xx

4pm: Celeste Kate 5pm: Kimberley Wheeler 6pm: Laura Hutchins 7pm: Joyce Prescher