After months of searching.. the iconic Melbourne Melting Pot Songwriters In The Round returns to a fabulous new venue, with the same beautiful growing vibe of the Songwriters in the Round sessions. We are going to grace the stage with 3 songwriters singing their stories on the Sunday afternoons at the Wesley Anne. Sunday the 8th of July will have Kerryn Fields, Frankie Andrew and Ben Burn in the round - complimenting each others soul and style with genuine big loves in the round. If you have yet to see and experience songwriters in the round, to say you are missing out is somewhat of an understatement.. considering the immeasurable talent that joins these rounds, you are in line for thrice the love of magic when settled amongst the audience of the melting pot musicians.
Citrus Jam shredding the tropical acoustic metal for The Love of Music Festival live @ The Evelyn!
Got a burning desire to sing someone else's song? Get down to 303 on Sunday 4th September, register, and share your favourite cover song with some like-hearted folk and maybe even win an ickle prize. Doors at 3pm, registrations til 3.30pm or full up. Features NO LOVE FOR LEXI, SAMANTHA DEASY, DEAN LOMBARD, FRANKIE ANDREW, SUNSET BLUSH, ANARCHY IN THE UKULELE plus heaps more...This event is part of the great DAREBIN MUSIC FEAST. Gold coin entry (optional) to help raise funds for ou...r compilation CD.
Roarhouse @ The Edinburgh Castle in the month of May features the very talented vocal adventurer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist MAL WEBB! Supported by 11 short and spunky sets by 11 super local poets and musos.
Bio: The Tasmanian folkstress has spent the last two years performing to audiences in Melbourne's many popular haunts and cosy corners. With a voice that will wrap you up in its warmth and transform even the largest venues into an intimate club setting, Frankie's lilting melodies and poignant lyrics h...See Full Bio
"...Frankie has a sound unique to her. She is a talented songwriter, singer and musician, and I look forward to catching her again..."