Grim Fawkner & Alana Jagt
DOORS 7PM/ SHOW STARTS 7:30PM
Hot drinks and Cake available from 7pm.
We are an unlicensed venue. Please feel free to take advantage of the many bars and pubs and restaurants around town before the show.
Rambling man, Grim Fawkner, is no stranger to stages and streets across the globe and at home. The epitome of the itinerant musician, this regional Victorian based musician draws together tales and musings from his travels and is as likely to deliver them in tender ballad form as he is intricate and upbeat roots/country/blues.
An independent artist, Grim has played hundreds of shows in various venues across multiple continents, self-released 2 singles, 4 ep's, one live album, one comedy Christmas album (A Very Grim Christmas), and is currently recording his debut full length album "For The Edification of Clementine".
Nods to his skills as a songwriter and a performer include being voted “Melbourne’s Best Busker” by The Herald Sun and popular vote, an endorsement by Cole Clark guitars, a Byron Bay Bluesfest performance, opening slots for Marcus King Band, The Waifs & The Badloves, a national tour support for Kasey Chambers Campfire Tour and opening for “Once” the musical with his own numbers.
Alana Jagt’s dynamic rasp soars over her blend of stormy folk-rock noir that's refreshing yet somehow familiar. Live she performs powerful, vocal-led solo affairs; playful trio shows; and with her six-piece twin guitar rock band.
Born and raised on South Australia’s Iron Triangle, Jagt cut her teeth as a teen playing keys and singing harmonies in her parents’ ramshackle blues band. At seventeen she skipped to the capital and established a song-writing outlet as one half of folk-duo Buffalo Boyfriend. But the songs quickly outgrew the folk harmony outlet, and with the 2017 release of her solo debut Wilderness, Jagt steadily built a dedicated audience in her own right–one that has followed her from beloved little Adelaide venues like the Grace Emily to performances at Adelaide Guitar Festival, and supporting artists the likes of Abbe May and Mick Thomas nationally.