Michael Meeking X Alfanant - Double Album Launch (arvo)

When

3:00 pmSunday, 4 August

Where

Retreat Hotel

280 Sydney Rd, Brunswick

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What’s better than an album launch show? A double album launch show! Michael Meeking and good buddies Alfanant have decided to join forces and launch their new albums in one big show! at The Retreat Hotel Sunday 4th August at 3pm. Opening the proceedings will be very special guest Emma Heeney. This is a gig kid friendly and its free entry!

Michael Meeking

Michael Meeking’s new album “November ’72 is filled with soulful alt-country roots rock with chiming guitars, strong upbeat melodies & big choruses.

Michael has been described by Jeff Jenkins of The Australian Music Guide as “a fine Australian storyteller (think Neil Murray). The Meeking might not inherit the earth, but he will impress with his passionate country rock.”

Americana UK declared that Michael had “the rock swagger of The Faces, only more refined and performed better”, while UK’s Maverick Magazine said of Michael’s previous album, Ride On: “It’s a bit like listening to your favourite bits of your entire record collection in just 40 minutes.”

“Not only a gifted songwriter and performer, the hard-working Michael is one of the genuinely decent people floating around in this thing called the music industry” – Neil Rogers, Triple R

Regularly shortlisted for the Australian songwriters award its well worth checking out his new album

AlfanAnt

Ant McKenna and Alf are the Alt-Folk Country Samaritans bringing fun, awesome tunes and mayhem to venues throughout the land. 2019 has already been a big year for the Alt-Folk/Country duo. Constantly touring, they completed a a summer East Coast tour to launch two singles off their up-coming album, following a big year in 2018, including consistent touring, over 2 months of 2018 bumping around the TripleJ Unearthed Charts. All tracks from their Lucky EP charted in the top 5 of the Roots Chart and their Track Your Kind making it all the way to #1 Roots, #4 Rock and #6 Overall. This followed the track Comes a Time being nominated as a finalist for the Queensland Music Awards 2018 Roots Song Of The Year.

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