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Twin sisters Alanna and Alicia sing their folky/jazz/roots songs at : The Lyric Fri @ 1.30 pm Trocadero, Sat @ 1.50 'Songs I'm Bringing with Me' Flute & Fiddle Sun @ 7 pm, concert
Twin sisters Alanna and Alicia sing their original folky/jazz/roots songs at : The Marquee, Fri @ 6.45 pm The Courthouse, Sat @ 1 pm The Arts Station. Sun, 12 noon
Alanna & Alicia sing their original folky/jazz songs at: the Tantric Turtle stage on Fri night at 9.30 pm The Blue Room Sat, 11.45am Clarendon, Sun, 3pm
Folky/jazz twin sisters Alanna and Alicia play an intimate concert with their fantastic band, Damien Neil (guitar) and Silas Palmer (violin, piano) on Jan 31st with special guest, the very talented Marta Pacek (Canada, Australia) and up and coming young folk band DIGG. The show is a farewell/fundraiser for their showcase in Kansas City in February!
Bring a picnic and enjoy the original folk/jazz/roots songs of Alanna and Alicia and their fantastic band, Damien Neil (guitar). Matiss Schubert (violin, mandolin) and Liz Frencham (double bass)
Sounds Like: Indigo Girls, The Waifs
Label: Distribution : Vitamin Records
Bio: ALANNA & ALICIA
Alanna & Alicia are twin sisters who blend folk, jazz and roots in their original, acoustic songs. Known for their sweet, sibling harmonies and fine songwriting, the sisters have charmed audiences from the National Folk Festival to Fairbridge with their onstage warmth and sen...See Full Bio
Alanna & Alicia has a show on 2015-04-02 at 20:00 @ The National Folk Fest... in Mitchell, ACT http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5pu61l #concert
“Two in a Book ~ Review Folk/Jazz **** Alanna & Alicia’s playfully witty ‘Two in a Book’ is the second outing for the Melbourne twins. They spin heartfelt lyrics with toe tapping tunes such as ‘When You Come Back’ with a truthful earnestness. There is an honest and unaffected beauty about their folk – jazz style and sweet, harmonious vocals. ‘Big White Dressses’ speaks of ‘Rathdowne St cafes’ and St Vincent’s Hospital, adding to the album a relatable and quaint charm. ‘Little Bitter Song’ is an amusing glimpse into the frenzied world of songwriting and “All I Want’ is a different take on Joni Mitchell’s tune. Each ditty is masterfully composed, with Amy Bennett’s haunting violin making an aesthetically pleasing album. File Between : The Waifs, The Indigo Girls ”