Nathan Power and Mandy Connell


7:30 pmFriday, 10 May 2019


Some Velvet Morning

123 Queens Pde Clifton Hill

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This is the final date of Nathan's 32 date national tour, he's bloody excited to be home. Will be playing a bunch of new songs in the lead-up to recording a new EP, so come critique his lyrics

Mandys a kick arse singer-songwriter. Expect a ton of sing-alongs and some great stories.


Nathan Power

2018 saw 60+ shows with slots at Nimbin Roots Festival, Marysville Jazz and Blues Fest and Djerriwarrh Festival and the release of his debut EP 'We Were Wild'.

2019 carries on the momentum with new single 'Walking Wounded' and a string of shows including Yackandandah Folk Festival, the Frankston Waterfront Festival and PAVE Festival.

'Walking Wounded' is released via Coconut Records on Feb 1st with a music video and a national tour.

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Mandy Connell

Mandy is bare souled & luminous on stage. With acclaim Throughout the Folk Scene Mandy is admired for her songwriting & delivery. Taking the Declan Affley Award (National Folk Festival) in 2005 and the Maldon Minstrel Award (Maldon Festival) in 2006, Mandy placed at the Port Fairy’s ‘Songs of Peace & Tolerance’. She has toured the UK, formed Trad 5 piece ‘Stray Hens’, & continues to write original music.

Winning the Declan Affley Award (National Folk Festival) in 2005 and the the Maldon Minstrel Award (Maldon Festival) in 2006, Mandey came second at the Port Fairy Songs of Peace and Tolerance Competition in 06 for her song ‘Riots in Redfern’.

Selling out of the 2010 album Tall Tales & Pretty Colours, and due to record the Girl Who Fell Off The Wall in 2015, Mandy has collected a steady following with endorsements from Paul Brady, Weddings Parties Anything, and from well known songwriters Judy Small and Eric Bogle as much for her reinterpretations of their work as for her own songs.

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