More events on throughout the City of Port Phillip during Live N Local week worth checking out!
Marshal Maxwell is a vintage blues singer, harmonica player and guitarist who is captivated by the origins and historic characters of blues across all the sub-genres. Marshal discovered Little Walter, Muddy Waters, Lightnin Hopkins and Mississippi Fred McDowell via his dads record collection as a kid, and over the following 20 years has being paying tribute to the artists from the Delta, Hill Country and Chicago via his vintage American guitars, voice and harmonica.
Brian El Dorado and the Tuesday People is a dynamic 7-piece band hailing from Melbourne. El Dorado’s eclectic style is a fusion of Funk, Soul, Blues and Rock that has been described in Beat as ‘Truly Versatile’. Fresh from rocking the large festival stage at Folk Rhythm and Life and headline shows at The Night Cat, The Cherry Bar and Gasometer. The band is releasing material from their much-anticipated second album Wildfire.
Alt-folk Melbourne act Delsinki Records is teaming up with electrifying harmonica player Justin Brady in a very special live and intimate gig at the St Kilda Library.
St Kilda based Delsiki Records have collaborated with the likes of Coby Grant, The Australian Chamber Orchestra, Brooke Taylor, Stacy Gray and Melbourne Ska Orchestra in incredible live performances that have achieved both national and international acclaim.
Join us for 3 sets of soulful and sassy sounds, new and old from songstress Sylvia Fonteyn for your aural pleasure.
Born from band local bands Custom Kings, Spoonfull, The Rainstanders and Pressed rat and Warthog, The Rank Outsiders' brief is to lay down original bluesy rock tunes with an edge all times. Guaranteed to get the feet stomping, the heads bopping and the dance floor jumping, The Rank Outsiders play from the heart with an honesty and integrity that shows they are serious about their music whilst always having fun playing it.
Saturday Night Fever is an inclusive dance party, funded by the Department of Health and Human Services Southern Region and run by the City of Port Phillip. It is an 18 plus event held at the St Kilda Bowls Club once a month on a Saturday Night.