Genevieve Chadwick, Pilot Darcy in "Holly Go Brightly", Joanna Leigh and the Rolling Crones play HOMAGE to their queer musical heroes in this cabaret tribute. The best young talent from Sydney's music scene cover KD Lang, Antony & the Johnsons, Melissa Etheridge, Mika, Architecture in Helsinki, Ani DiFranco, Broken Social Scene and so many more.
Headline: Genevieve Chadwick 166 - 170 Broadway, just down from the Landsdowne ;) What better way to spend a chilly evening! Soulful tunes sung from the heart with tasty guitar melodies rhythmically delivered to your ears while you munch away on a delicious meal or melting pizza, with beverage in hand! You know this is where you wanna be. It's where we're all gonna be.
What better way to spend a chilly evening! Soulful tunes sung from the heart with tasty guitar melodies rhythmically delivered to your ears while you munch away on a delicious meal or melting pizza, with beverage in hand! You know this is where you wanna be. It's where we're all gonna be.
Plus Bo Banta, Patrick Coyte and many, many more!! I'm on at 9.30pm after gig at Coogee Palace Hotel 8pm
Sounds Like: Elizabeth Fraser, Goldfrapp, Faithless, Suzanne Vega
Manager: "YES MA'AM"
They say you shouldn’t look directly at the sun, but you can definitely feel its warmth when you hear what this vibrant Australian artist has to offer. One listen to Pilot Darcy’s latest release Superman will have you hooked on its catchy chorus and warm, quirky lyrics.
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Nxt Sat 10th March chk out Homage, The Sidetrack, Marrickville. I'll be playing in new trio "Holly Go Brightly" + Genevieve Chadwick & more!
“First up was misfit Bondi stalwart Pilot Darcy, re-named and refreshed after a recent musical tour de France. These days mostly playing catchy guitar pop, her beat and synth filled set was a pleasant throwback to her days as “SiN”. Probably the best act of the evening, the Pilot gave a flying lesson to the less experienced acts, and had the whole room shaking various body parts like so many polaroid pictures. If dance fever was a real disease, that whole venue would still be under quarantine. It was something of a shame we couldn’t see her shock of bleached-blonde hair on stage a bit later in the night, after the room had reached full capacity.”