Saturday 15 October - Sunday 23 October
GEORGIE DARVIDIS AND FRIENDS
Saturday 15 October 3pm
The Pepper Tree, Essendon
Georgie Darvidis is one of Melbourne’s most versatile and adventurous young artists. Performing with her band, Georgie will play a selection of traditional jazz standards and ballads.
Sunday 16 October 3pm
The Fancy Parrot, Ascot Vale
Known for her mesmerising yet light-hearted style, vocalist Harriett Allcroft and her band perform original contemporary jazz with trademark playfulness and whimsy.
Thursday 20 October 7pm
Holmes Hall, Moonee Ponds
The world’s first Far North Queensland neo-soul supergroup, Izy bring you raw neo-soul grooves, rich vocal harmony and subtle jazz guitar. It’s soul music for soul people.
Saturday 22 October 3pm
Pepper Café, Flemington
Partnering up with enigmatic bassist Paddy Fitzgerald, Isobel will be playing songs from her debut album Duty of Care.
Sunday 23 October 4pm
Doutta Galla Hotel, Flemington
Melbourne trio Soft Power, led by guitarist/composer Matthew Roche, is a ‘post-rock jazz’ outfit of improvised guitar, bass and drums, providing the soundtrack to a not-so-distant utopian world.
BERNARD ALEXANDER TRIO
Tuesday 18 October 7pm
Biagio’s Restaurant, Niddrie
Playing arrangements of swing tunes and jazz standards, Bernard Alexander (saxophones), Harry Morrison (bass) and Patrick Danao (drums) make music for dancing, laughing and loving.
Friday 21 October 1pm
Roasting Warehouse Specialty Coffee, Airport West
Sunny Reyne is neo-soul/alt-pop artist with a distinctively lush voice. For this performance Sunny presents her original songs accompanied by her band’s groove and synth-laden beats.
Saturday 22 October 9pm
Trombar, Ascot Vale
With a range of influences including Lianne La Havas, Jill Scott, Erykah Badu and Donny Hathaway, Michaela’s sound is a deep exploration of old and new soul, fused with fierce pop flavours.