Despite living over 10,000 miles apart from each other, the Havea Brothers still manage to perform together as often as possible. Today, they can both look back on hundreds of concerts in more than 30 countries around the world. Given their multi cultural upbringing and extensive world travel, their music draws inspiration from a wide variety of styles such as Soul, Blues, Roots and Reggae. Naturally with their own percussive acoustic touch and an emphasis on harmony and groove, a direct reflection of their Polynesian roots. As always, the boys will be joined at the Wesely Anne by the Greek God himself Yiorgo Sgourakis on Bass. This will also be their last show in Melbourne together for 2020, before Joel heads back to Germany. Don't miss it!
The Man from Atlantis is the moniker for Mike Sill of 90s / 2000s art rock bands Ray Of Creation / Imperial Leatherman. He is informed by the American Primitive idiom traversed by John Fahey, Leo Kottke and Robbie Basho.
Fingerpicking is infused with blues, ragas, bluegrass, and folk and resemble recognisable, deconstructed structures of traditional pattern arrangements.
His debut album will be released in early 2020.