Teddy + Mole (arvo) The Slipdixies, The Cornerhouse Band and Friends

When

2:30 pmSunday, 3 March

Where

Open Studio

204 High Street, Northcote 3070

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Teddy is a singer songwriter who has played in many bands in Melbourne over the past ten years on violin, guitar, mandolin and vocals. His solo work blends together plonky 60s and 70s cheer and cheese, with a little punk rock and a little soul groove too. Mole are a new Melbourne based trio featuring the sounds of guitar, violin and vocal harmonies.

The Slipdixies are inspired by the early jazz and blues music of the twenties and thirties from New Orleans. We create the sounds of early New Orleans music with a mild modern twist. Our repertoire ranges from hot driving rhthyms to laid back blues, we cook up a gumbo of popular favourites and forgotten treasures. Combining with the amazing vocals of Susy Hull, our instrumentation is acoustic, using clarinet, trumpet, banjo, guitar, tuba and washboard.

A night of songs, tunes and delicious crepes - all our favourite things at once! The Cornerhouse Band: Sharing sweet songs and funky folk tunes in their small Northcote sharehouse, Caity, Jordy and Rhiannon make up The Cornerhouse Band. Previously three-quarters of the multi-award-winning band, The Drowsy Maggies, these girls have been captivating audiences around the country for the past 3 years. Original harmony-filled songs, creatively arranged tune sets and grooving bass lines

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