This double billed show is not to be missed.
Singer/songwriter Taylor Sheridan, started his career as a young teenager in Rural Victoria and describes his music as 'soulfully acoustic' with influences varying from Stevie Wonder all the way to James Taylor.
Taylor always combine elements of these different styles to make something fresh.
"Singing soulfully is something that feels incredibly natural to me and I love the storytelling of the acoustic folk and singer/songwriters.
Lyrics and melody are where my heart lies but if you find the right chords that genuinely excite you, that's the real pay-off."
Having released two independent EP's and a string of singles, Taylor has toured with some of Australia's finest acts - just him and his guitar - including Pete Murray, Thirsty Merc, Daryl Braithwaite and John Farnham.
2019 was a milestone year for Taylor releasing the single 'Nothing Wrong', debuting on the AIR charts at #8 (Ind Labels) and #2 (100% Singles). Following this Taylor went on to tour nationally with Vanessa Amorosi and then Jon Stevens.
With a distinguishable talent for lyrics and an engaging stage presence and new music planned, 2021 is sure to be another standout year for Taylor Sheridan.
Since entering the Australian music scene in 2003, Yorta Yorta descendent Scott Darlow has been a mainstay of Australia's Indigenous and independent music industry. The versatile singer-songwriter, guitarist, and didgeridoo player has sold more than 50,000 albums and has extensively toured Australia, Asia and the USA.
Darlow has released four albums to-date; two with his first band "The Darlow Show," and most recent as a solo artist. His landmark album, Sorry, released in 2016 to critical acclaim with Rolling Stone describing the album as, "...front-foot rock, oozing in confidence and honesty...with originals that cross the spectrum from country to heartland rock, to more traditional pop, all unified by Darlow's passionate, anthemic approach." His first single from the album is a cover of Goanna's 1982 hit, "Solid Rock," and features Goanna frontman and writer Shane Howard. The song reached #6 on the Australian iTunes charts and became most played rock song on Australian radio in February 2016 with heavy rotation on Rock radio network, Triple M.
In 2019, Darlow released the single from his forthcoming album. The song, "Forgotten Australia" was written with Eskimo Joe frontman Kav Temperley, and Eskimo Joe guitarist Joel Quartermain. Quartermain also produced the track. Forgotten Australia was quickly added across the board (high rotation) Australia wide on the Triple M network (SCA) and a number of regional and community radio stations as well.
Darlow is a passionate Indigenous activist and World Vision spokesperson, regularly speaking in schools, businesses and churches across Australia about his indigenous culture, Australian history, racial tolerance, harmony and important social matters. His key word "FLUTE" (Forgiveness, Love, Understanding, Tolerance and Empathy) has become so popular that schools and businesses have included it in their curriculums and charters.
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