St Kilda Fest x The Espy Live feat: Sunshine and Disco Faith Choir, AROHA, Juno Mamba (live), Adriana (Spasta), Caucasian Opportunities, Amin Payne (Teymori) (arvo) CJ Commerford & The Supertones (evening - basement)


6:00 pmSunday, 19 February 2023


Esplanade Hotel

11 The Esplanade, St Kilda

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The Espy Live is hosting an outdoor stage at the St Kilda Festival 2023 with a stunning line-up that’ll have you dancing in the street all day long!
The ever-popular Sunshine & Disco Faith Choir will headline the stage, with an eclectic and diverse line-up of acts also including Juno Mamba (live), AROHA, Adriana (Spasta), Caucasian Opportunities and Amin Payne (Teymori).
Full lineup:

Sunshine and Disco Faith Choir
Juno Mamba (live)
Adriana (Spasta)
Caucasian Opportunities
Amin Payne (Teymori)


The Mornington Peninsula’s CJ Commerford & The Supertones’ have the power to ease your mind, sweeping you back to the golden era of the 70s soul.

A celebration of all moments analogue, beautifully human in one’s life, CJ channels this into a soulful blues-rock sound written from his deep love and grounding connection to vintage music.
It’s this wholesome vibration that makes every performance feel as tactile as the last, allowing listeners to step into a world of sepia tones.

‘The Supertones’ are the five-piece backbone to CJ’s vintage sound, allowing for those vintage moments to be fully realised onstage and in the studio.

It’s that ‘greater than the sum of its parts’ combination of members. Guitarist Lennie

Farchione, bassist Aidan Efron, drummer Alex Keser, trumpet player Dave Flynn and keys/saxophonist Sebastian Farchione together with CJ create a sonic wash ‘that feels simultaneously grounded and explorative’ (Happy Mag, 2020).

From their roots in seaside tales to the ever-present modern-vintage flavour, their latest single ‘Sugar’ heightens this spirit with hooky riffs, sultry melodies and undeniable positive energy to liquefy your troubles.

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