The 17 July show features Danica Bryant, Sam Aoake-austin and Hope and the Hobo.
Danica Bryant - “Deliciously sweet yet shockingly bitter” (Under The Radar), Danica Bryant is no ordinary songwriter. A pop-folk musician with a gritty rock edge, her songs sink their teeth into intense topics from celebrity culture and mental health, to gender dynamics and body possession. “All hard guitar and pain-filled howl” (The Hook NZ), this woman bites back.
Sam Aoake-austin - Sam is a casual singer/songwriter, and has been singing his whole life. Raised by two musical parents, he has spent his life listening and learning, being influenced by some of their favourite artists, such as Whitney Houston, George Michael, Aretha Franklin, John Farnham, and anything blues!
Hope and the Hobo - Hope and the Hobo are a duo consisting of Jo Sheffield and Phil Hope, both singer songwriters in their own right who have been collaborating on each other’s original songs since the end of 2021. Jo has just released her first solo album “Gypsy Mind” and plays with the Eagals, an all-girl Eagles cover band. Phil is a former bandmate of Matt Hay and the Makers, and the Rag Poets. and the 80's band Hutt River Band.
Door from 6:00pm.
Hope and the Hobo - from 7:00pm;
Sam Aoake-austin - from 8:00pm; and
Danica Bryant - from 9:00pm
Tickets $10 at the door or from Eventfinda
There is a limit of 100 tickets for this show. You can book a table for a group separately from the venue - firstname.lastname@example.org, 04 389 9933.