The annual Woodfest Festival in an outback backdrop and one of the states best. Camping, BBQ facilities, the works.. come one come all.
Already announced as a feature act at this year’s Meredith Music Festival, Sunnyboys are now pleased to announce a one-off club performance at the Corner! This most cherished of Australian bands responsible for the classics: ‘Happy Man’, ‘Tunnel of Love’, ‘I’m Shakin’’, ‘Alone With You’, ‘You Need A Friend’, ‘Show Me Some Discipline’, and many, many more, reformed earlier this year under the alias Kids In Dust for Dig It Up! – the Hoodoo Gurus Invitational. An inspired performance and an emotionally charged response lead to an invite from Meredith. This most quintessential of Australian festivals seemed the perfect follow-up to Dig It Up!, while the addition of this show will give fans the chance to see the band in a more intimate and sweaty environment.
Sounds Like: The Beatles, The Kinks, Big Star
Label: El Reno Music / Rubber Records
Bio: In 2012 EVEN is proud to announce the release of its sixth studio album ‘In Another Time’.
The Street Press Years (1994 – 2003)
It all started for EVEN in 1994 when Ashley Naylor and Matthew Cotter, former band mates from The Swarm, teamed up with Wally Kempton from The Meanies.
The band’s fir...See Full Bio
“Nearly four years since their last album, Australian guitar pop legends Even return to the fray with a 12track collection that plays to all their strengths. They’ve always been first rate melody merchants, and “In Another Time” will surely cement their reputation; it’s chock full of fine upbeat tunes, vigourous vocals and possesses more hooks than a Japanese trawler captain in an exceptionally irresponsible mood. Singling out particular tracks for praise may be problematic, simply because there’s so much strong material to choose from. Ashley Naylor and the band are on top form and great tracks tumble from the speakers with alarming regularity. Fans of The Posies circa “Frosting”, “Rocks” period Primal Scream, the Faces stomp, the Stones’ swagger, Big Star’s Memphis take on the Beatles, Not Lame Records, indeed anyone searching for a musical reason to get out of bed in the morning, or an a rock ‘n’ roll excuse to stay up late, should buy “In Another Time””