Isabelle Davis launches her highly anticipated single 'Asthma' at one of Melbourne's most iconic music venues - The Gasometer Hotel. Playing with her full band (the legends behind the recording and production of her new single), Isabelle is set to lead a rowdy night in the upstairs bandroom. Supporting Isabelle is Kiah, a singer/songwriter (and Swiftie) from Yorta Yorta living in Naarm, and Abbey Rose, a canadian born, Darwin-raised songwriter and performer. Isabelle can't wait to bring you a night of new Australian music.
Hailing from the heavy ocean swells and rugged coastlines of South Australia but now firmly entrenched as a Byron shire local, Luke Morris has traded in his solo indie folk musings to form Aussicana outfit Luke Morris and the Heavy Hitters.
After a few years away Luke is thrilled to be heading back to Victoria, bringing with his new band The Heavy Hitters bringing their very own brand of Aussicana to the Gasometer Hotel on Friday Feb 17 for one show only in support of their recently released debut single “Nullarbor Song” recorded at Rocking Horse Studios in the Byron Hinterland with boys from Ocean Alley.
Joining them, along with a very special yet to be announced co headliner (details Feb 3) is Melbourne’s very special alt country kids and good friends Quality Used Cars who will warm your ear holes with their melancholy Aussie suburban country twinged guitar twang and stories from the balcony of the Grandview Hotel.
This trio of musos have come together in what promises to be an evening full of tales and tunes inspired by long desert highways, love and life in Aussie suburbia and beers on a Sunday arvo hotel balcony.