Eclectic original from Cult accordion ensembles, string quartets & Jazz-ska to alt-country, nu-folk, roots & rockabilly.

Want to play a gig at the Wheaty? Email us at: bands@wheatsheafhotel.com.au

PS: no cover bands or ultra-loud combos please

Naomi Keyte + Django Rowe with special guests The Yearlings

With lyrical sensitivity and a rich sound, Australian singer, songwriter and musician Naomi Keyte makes intelligent pop that meets timeless folk. Her warm, confessional style of songwriting offers an insight into the close attention Keyte pays to the world around her.

 Raised in a musical family, Keyte began writing songs at age 12, and spent her formative years playing in indie darlings ‘Gold Bloom’ and rhythm and soul band, ‘The Transatlanics’.

In 2016, Keyte was named ‘Best Live Voice’ at the National Live Music Awards. Live performance highlights include Latitude (UK), WOMADelaide, OzAsia Festival, Here’s to Now and the Basket Range Festival. 

 Keyte’s debut album, ‘Melaleuca’ (2017), was nominated for ‘Best Release’, ‘Best Folk’ and ‘Best Female Artist’ at the South Australian Music Awards. 

n 2020 Naomi Keyte released Travelling Woman and won Best Folk - People's Choice at the South Australian Music Awards. She is currently working on her second full length record, with the  first single Greenhill to be released in October

“Naomi is one of the country's most ambitious and innovative writers with a unique and highly contemporary take on folk and popular song, and an instinct for weaving stories that are both intimate and expansive” - Max Savage  

$20 ON THE DOOR (IF AVAILABLE)

Date: Friday 17 September
Time: 7.30 PM
Cost: $15
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Naomi Keyte + Django Rowe with special guests The Yearlings

Boneyard Sessions

From the back roads of South Australia to the deserts of New South Wales, five artists will share stories and songs about the beauty and the struggle of life outside the big cities.

 

FEATURING:

 

Jimmybay (SA) “Psychedelic Story Man”

Growing up between rural and remote Queensland and South Australia Jimmybay has spent much of his musical life travelling across the country, collecting songs and stories in far out places and sharing them wherever he goes.

 

Charlotte LeLievre (Vic) “Guitar Slingin’ Sister”

Charlotte Le Lievre is an alt-country singer and songwriter. Born in Newcastle, Charlotte is now based between Melbourne (Naarm) and the Far Western NSW mining town of Broken Hill. She is a captivating storyteller, drawing on historical events and profound personal experiences to weave narratives about life out West.

 

Chris E Dodd (SA) “The Silverton Cowboy”

A Dieri man who grew up in the historic outback town of Silverton, Chris Dodd sings from the heart about country, and the joys and pain of life.

 

Nancy Bates (SA) “Barkindji Song Woman”

Barkindji song woman Nancy Bates is known and loved across the country for her soulful, sometimes confronting, raw song writing and storytelling. Originating from Menindee in far Western NSW, her country has a voice through her music.

 

Aimee Volkofsky (NSW) “Desert Siren”

Born and raised in the arid lands of far western NSW Aimee Volkofsky sings about dust, ghost stories, the harsh realities of life in the bush, and the ancient beauty of the Australian landscape. Weaving folk, country, and blues into a tapestry of new and old.

Date: Saturday 18 September
Time: 7.30 PM
Cost: $20
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Boneyard Sessions

Jen Lush & Band + Little Cloud

Jen Lush and her extraordinary band - James Brown, Sam Cagney, Paul Angas and Mark Seddon play out their brand new album ‘Let Loose The Beating Birds’ and celebrate the arrival of the long-awaited vinyl at this second launch show that takes you through the dynamic and evocative landscape of this brand new music.
 
Jen and the band have released three singles in the lead up to this record that explores motherhood and the suburban life, whilst examining the broader environmental and political landscape of our current times. From tender folk songs to rolling, fierce rock infused soundscapes that flicker and twist, storytelling is at the centre. “..serious songs musically and lyrically, but far from being burdensome as a result, Let Loose The Beating Birds is an album which more than withstands repeated listens.  In fact, it practically insists on them.” Michael Hunter, Three D radio.
 
Little Cloud 
 
LittleCloud is the brainchild of guitarist/composer Sam Cagney and features Hilary Kleinig (cello), Jason Thomas (viola) and Emily Tulloch (violin) - all of Zephyr Quartet fame. LittleCloud was formed in 2014 in response to a commission from JazzSA to re-imagine the music of the Whitlams and has since gone on to act as a vehicle for Cagney’s original compositions.

 In 2020 Little Cloud released their debut album This Is Here on Wizard Tone Records (WTR). This Is Here was co-produced by musical polymath and WTR founder Adam Page and comprises a collection of compositions inspired by film, literature and Cagney’s vast array of musical influences. The album highlights the unique textures, colours and capabilities of steel string, nylon string and electric guitars in juxtaposition with the vast and varied sound palette of the string trio. This Is Here takes the listener on a cinematic journey exploring the extreme highs of euphoria, the lows of death and the human experience that lies between. 

 $15 ON THE DOOR (IF AVAILABLE)

 

Date: Sunday 19 September
Time: 4.00 PM
Cost: $12
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Jen Lush & Band + Little Cloud

COMA - Elder Music Lab + Gymkhana

The legendary C.O.M.A Sessions have been a fixture at The Wheaty since 2005.

C.O.M.A is a musician-led, musician-focused, member based not-for-profit association. It presents a unique opportunity for the creative development and artistic endeavour of a broad range of Australian composers and performers. It is committed to presenting and raising the profile of original music in Adelaide, and indeed Australia.

 $20 ENTRY - MEMBERS $12

Date: Monday 20 September
Time: 6.30 PM
Cost: $20
Tickets at the door
COMA - Elder Music Lab + Gymkhana

NO WAVE & RWP presents HEATHER TAYLOR JOHNSON launching her new book ‘Rhymes with Hyenas’ featuring Alison Flett and Rachael Mead


NO WAVE POETRY READING SERIES
 
This new reading series will bring together some of Adelaide’s best poets on the first Wednesday of each month. Fans of poetry will be treated to readings from established interstate poets as well as some of the best emerging local talent. 
 
Run by local poet Dominic Symes, NO WAVE is a testing ground for new work and plays an important role in the creative development of local poets. The readings are primarily concerned with raising the profile of poetry in Adelaide, showcasing the best local talent by creating a space for diverse voices to take their craft into new and exciting places. 
 
Equally, the readings are an occasion for local poets to gather in order to encourage collaboration and enhance the sense of community surrounding poetry in Adelaide. 
 
For more information, or to register your interest to participate in a reading, please contact: nowavepoetry@gmail.com
 
FREE ENTRY - 7 for 7.30pm 

Date: Wednesday 22 September
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $0
NO WAVE & RWP presents HEATHER TAYLOR JOHNSON launching her new book ‘Rhymes with Hyenas’ featuring Alison Flett and Rachael Mead

SCALA - FOOM song competition - Heat 3

The Festival Of Original Music (FOOM) is a song competition encouraging the writing of new material to be showcased live.

This year, FOOM will feature 6 live heats that will ultimately lead up to the much-anticipated Grand Final on October 14th.

With over $2,000 in cash prizes, FOOM 2021 is sure to be a highlight for both performers and audience members alike!

Head to our website below for more info.

Date: Thursday 23 September
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $10
Tickets at the door
SCALA - FOOM song competition - Heat 3

Mark Curtis & the Flannelettes + Nathanael Rothwell

Mark Curtis and the Flannelettes

Drawing influence from artists such as Wilco, Gillian Welch, The Beatles and Daniel Johnston, Mark has a gift for channelling the inner world in a way that is identifiable to any listener, he communicates the fragility of being human while keeping a certain playfulness. Drenched in harmonies, vulnerability, cynicism, longing and humour; Perfectly complimented by Bonnie Aué and Michael Hutchison on upright bass and drums respectively, Mark Curtis and the Flannelettes are a fresh take on an old story.


"Mark Curtis and the Flannelettes bring tonnes of witty banter and fun, indie folk-rock jams to the space. Their songwriting is compelling and clever, and locals might recognise some favourite spots in the lyrics." – Scenestr

 

Nathanael Rothwell

Nathanael Rothwellis an acoustic artist who grew up in Alice Springs but calls Adelaide home. His original songs convey a lot about the desire to leave the small desert town life in search of a more exciting city life and the vast difference between the two worlds.

Date: Friday 24 September
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $0
Mark Curtis & the Flannelettes + Nathanael Rothwell

Women In Jazz In Conversation

Come along and have listen to some of Adelaide's best female jazz musicians discuss the experiences and challenges that female musicians face, the problems caused by lack of representation, and the steps that are being taken to address gender inclusivity and diversity in our local jazz scene.

Then, stick around to hear a set of music performed by our incredible panel. Moderator: Emily Tulloch (violin) Panel: Lauren Henderson (voice) Flik Freeman (bass) Vashti Tyrrell (sax) Kyrie Anderson (drums)

$5 donation entry.


Date: Saturday 25 September
Time: 3.00 PM
Cost: donation
Tickets at the door
Women In Jazz In Conversation

Fleur Green and The Keepers + JimmyBay

FLEUR GREEN

Headliners Fleur Green and The Keepers play the work of colourful polymath Fleur Green who lives to produce art. Sweet and heavy pop melodies led by a multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter virtuoso whose right brain flexes harder than a sailor sinks rum.

JIMMYBAY

Multi-instrumentalist, JimmyBay is a true Australian blues/folk performer.
In his live performances, his emotive and original songs are intersected with honest and sometimes humorously tragic stories from his travelling nomadic lifestyle.


Date: Saturday 25 September
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $0
Fleur Green and The Keepers + JimmyBay

Ella & Sienna + Juliet Oliver

Check out this young sister duo! Ella & Sienna are 18 and 15 year old singer-songwriters, from the Adelaide Hills, SA. Prepare to be blown away by the dynamic vocals, incredible harmonies and fun vibe created by these emerging artists. Their original music brings a unique blend of modern country, folk and acoustic pop. Amazing as a duo! Next level with the band - Must see!!

Ella & Sienna have had some amazing success including; Winning the EKKA Country Music Showdown, 2nd in Battle of the Young Stars, and 2nd in Best of the Buskers at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Top 3 Grand Finalists at the Gympie Music Muster Talent Search, Winners of AGSA Battle of the Bands, wins and awards at The Burra Country Music Festival, and are 2021 graduates of The Academy of Country Music.

Do not miss Juliet...With a country attitude, there is definitely a little edge to Juliet Oliver with a touch of classic. She is true to herself, her age and where she comes from. She writes what she lives, and not pop songs decorated in country feels. Her songs and her performances will connect with all music fans featuring her own colour and texture.

At only 23yrs of age Juliet has received national airplay and been twice named a Grand Finalist in the prestigious Toyota Star Maker competition at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in 2019 and 2020, and has since released her latest singles Blame It On The Song and Strangers, produced by award-winning Matt Fell at Sydney’s LoveHZ Studios. The infectious new tunes showcase Juliet’s trademark wit and sass, as well as a newfound sense of lyrical maturity.

$15 ON THE DOOR (IF AVAILABLE)

Date: Sunday 26 September
Time: 4.00 PM
Cost: $12
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Ella & Sienna + Juliet Oliver

SCALA - FOOM song competition - Heat 4

The Festival Of Original Music (FOOM) is a song competition encouraging the writing of new material to be showcased live.

This year, FOOM will feature 6 live heats that will ultimately lead up to the much-anticipated Grand Final on October 14th.

With over $2,000 in cash prizes, FOOM 2021 is sure to be a highlight for both performers and audience members alike!

Head to our website below for more info.

Date: Thursday 30 September
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $10
Tickets at the door
SCALA - FOOM song competition - Heat 4

Nick Vulture + Courtney Robb & Snooks La Vie

Nick

With this solo acoustic venture, Nick Vulture has moved into territory that couldn’t be any further removed from his roots in the garage punk scene of Adelaide, South Australia with his band The Molting Vultures. 

 This is melancholy acoustic folk done raw and stripped back to its very core. It taps into the dark emotions of someone looking for new answers and questioning everything.  The songs are personal but also reflect the general fragility of the human condition with all of its uncertainty, its cruelty and its beauty.

 Taking his cues from artists such as Conor Oberst, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Justin Townes Earle, Townes Van Zandt and Bill Fox, Nick has been honing his skills across the country and has played The Semaphore Music Festival in Adelaide, as well as a number of venues in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Cairns.

 He has also released a 5 track EP in 2020 titled ‘Too Close to the Sun’ which is available on Spotify, Bandcamp and on CD.

 

Courtney Robb & Snooks La Vie

Adelaide singer/songwriter Courtney Robb wants you to feel what she feels as she moves between the lines of country-infused folk and blues. Robb’s charged delivery demands something of her listener as the imperfections and fragility of her stories reveal themselves.

Together with Snooks La Vie's soaring harmonica they create a unique and compelling sound, encompassing a soulful pop sensibility that has seen the duo attract the attention of local and interstate music festivals and music lovers alike.

Date: Friday 1 October
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $0
Nick Vulture + Courtney Robb & Snooks La Vie

Aaron Thomas & The Human Patterns + Tom West & Band - BIG SHOW

AARON THOMAS

Aaron Thomas is a Tasmanian born; Sydney bred songwriter who spent 10 years in Madrid, Spain where he released 3 albums (Follow the Elephants, Made of Wood and The Blues and Greens) as well as an EP and film soundtrack before relocating to Adelaide, South Australia in 2016. His second album, Made of Wood, was recorded in Iceland and produced by Valgeir Sigurddson (Bjork, Bonnie Prince Billy, Sam Amidon, Coco Rosie, Feist..) Aaron has performed at international music festivals such as SXSW (Austin), CMJ (New York), Popkomm (Berlin) and London’s Concrete and Glass as well as appearing at WOMAdelaide in 2017. He and the band The Human Patterns recorded the EP (Always a Full Moon) at Mixmasters studio in South Australia and are currently in the process of making his fourth full length studio album. Musical influences include Bonnie Prince Billy, Camille, Father John Misty, Elvis Perkins, Feist, Angel Olson and Roy Orbison and his songs are a mix of old style folk/country with dark, alternative bends and with melodies that wrap their knuckles around love, loss and despair.

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063559178942

TOM WEST

A Folk Singer From Outer Space” somehow offers some soothing solace for the current, permeating state of loss and isolation.' - American Songwriter " **** 

 With his unique voice, storytelling and folk sensibility he could pass for a modern-day Neil Young. " - Courier Mail. 

 "One of the best albums of 2020" - Scenster. 

 "His keening, androgynous voice - in an upper register that recalls Brian Aubert, frontman of Los Angeles indie rockers Silversun Pickups - is a joyously tuneful instrument, meshing with his finger-picked guitars, sprinklings of piano, bass and Ringo - like drums. West's material, though betraying a Harvest-era Neil Young influence - as heard on the oddball A Folk Singer From Outer Space and confessional Nowhere To Go - is consistently strong, with memorably melodic choruses...” - The Australian 

 Until March West had spent the majority of the past 3 years pounding the pavement in the United States: touring, couch surfing, overnight busses to and from shows, sleeping in stations - good, bad and ugly shows and everything in between including dog attacks and a global pandemic outbreak. Antarctica was written during a period after his father died from motor neurone disease. 

 Produced by Allen Tate (San Fermin) in Brooklyn, NY. Mixed & mastered by Tyler McDiarmid. It features a collection of songs that have proven to enthral audiences around the world with West's forthcoming style and the honesty behind his storytelling and music. 

Date: Saturday 2 October
Time: 7.30 PM
Cost: $25
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Aaron Thomas & The Human Patterns + Tom West & Band - BIG SHOW

Matt Ward & Band + Michaela Jenke

Join Australian country and Americana stars Matt Ward (#1 ARIA Australian Country Album) and Michaela Jenke (Tamworth Rising Star Award) as they hit the road for a huge South Australian Tour, culminating at the Wheaty!!

With a world class band, recent top charting Australian country songs and exciting new material in their back pockets, Matt and Michaela will deliver energetic full band shows that'll take you across the country spectrum from country rock, outlaw country to classic yet exciting and emerging honkytonk sounds. 

 

Ward is previewing his new album “If I Was In Dallas Tonight” and at the same time raising funds for Challenge 21 and the Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation in honour of his nephew Sam Roberts.

Join Matt and Michaela on this special day to help raise funds for a special cause!  

https://wchfoundation.org.au/challenge-21/  

www.michaelajenkemusic.com 

 

$25 ON THE DOOR (IF AVAILABLE)

Date: Sunday 3 October
Time: 4.00 PM
Cost: $20
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Matt Ward & Band + Michaela Jenke

SCALA - FOOM song competition - Heat 5

The Festival Of Original Music (FOOM) is a song competition encouraging the writing of new material to be showcased live.

This year, FOOM will feature 6 live heats that will ultimately lead up to the much-anticipated Grand Final on October 14th.

With over $2,000 in cash prizes, FOOM 2021 is sure to be a highlight for both performers and audience members alike!

Head to our website below for more info.

Date: Thursday 7 October
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $10
Tickets at the door
SCALA - FOOM song competition - Heat 5

TAKING OFF THE COVERS - Featuring: Brian Ruiz & Eric “Tooch” Santucci

Brian & Tooch have been working hard in the pub scene for many years and now they’ve decided they’re “taking off the covers” for one special night of original music!! 
 
Backed by a 4 piece band, join these two gentlemen as they showcase their personal songs in an evening of Soul, Blues and heartfelt storytelling. 
 
Date: Friday 8 October
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $0
TAKING OFF THE COVERS - Featuring: Brian Ruiz & Eric “Tooch” Santucci

Anya Anastasia + Lucinda Grace

Anya Anastasia (with band)
Anya Anastasia's new music is a powerful blend of dark folk, and sparse Nordic electronica.

Anya's soft rich low vocals which flick up to butterfly-like high-notes, paint stark vivid imagery with stirring melodies, somewhere between Cat Power and Sigur Rós. The vocals are welded to a base of hypnotically droning synths, driving basslines and West-African inspired guitar licks. 

Anastasia sings and plays electric & acoustic guitar and banjo, accompanied by Gareth Chin on keys/synths and Satomi Ohnishi on percussion/drums.

This is a huge departure from Anastasia's previous work which took her around the world, from treading the boards of theatres in New York and the lights of Broadway, to the depths of old castles and theatre venues of the Edinburgh Fringe. 

While this dark folk sorcery seems a distant cry from the goth-glam satire of Anastasia's previous touring shows it harks further back to her past, drawing on her childhood influences of growing up surrounded by West African percussionists and music, performing in Romanian string and voice ensembles, and learning Celtic music from an elderly Scottish piper in formative years.  

The innate authenticity of this new work set to provide the launching pad for the heavy environmentalist urgency of the content, and this pandemic-cocooned transformation is ready to blossom in full force.

 

Lucinda Grace

Cello is Lucinda's instrument she's been playing since she was a little tacker, which is the base for her growing sound, with lush string sections, her simple songwriting about small meaningful, youthful moments creates a nostalgic, organic indie pop.

With her debut single "Outside" swaying heads and getting plays on the j's last year before her debut show at Lion Arts Factory in Adelaide she's been making a cosy little space in the Adelaide music scene. There's more releases on the horizon for Lucinda Grace with a developing and growing sound.


"This is a full blown soul stirrer. A goosebump inducer. " Dave Ruby Howe, Outside - 2020

 

Date: Saturday 9 October
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $0
Anya Anastasia + Lucinda Grace

Naomi Keyte & Band Single Launch + St Jacques

Join Naomi Keyte and her band for the single release of their new song 'Greenhill'. This song heralds Keyte's new record, which is due for release in Autumn next year.

Written during lockdown, Greenhill details life in a sharehouse and honours the small things that make cohabitation meaningful. Greenhill is a love song to a house and its inhabitants, a dedication to the simple things that make up a home. 

 

'You already know what I’m thinking and feeling
I try to head it, pretty quickly give in
Sam climbs the ladder and turns the projector on'


Co-produced by Ben Talbbot-Dunn and mixed by Nick Huggins, Greenhill is the first single from Keyte’s forthcoming second LP. The track was written at a time when Keyte was listening to a log ot Adriane Lenker, Faye Webster, Julia Jacklin and Fenne Lily. It features a relaxed vocal (actually a scratch vocal take!), 3 interlocking guitars and a real life piano.

Naomi will be joined by special guests - St Jacques.

 

Date: Sunday 10 October
Time: 4.00 PM
Cost: $22
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Naomi Keyte & Band Single Launch + St Jacques

COMA - Ciara Louise Ferguson Quartet + The Luke White Quintet

The legendary C.O.M.A Sessions have been a fixture at The Wheaty since 2005.

C.O.M.A is a musician-led, musician-focused, member based not-for-profit association. It presents a unique opportunity for the creative development and artistic endeavour of a broad range of Australian composers and performers. It is committed to presenting and raising the profile of original music in Adelaide, and indeed Australia.

 $20 entry - Members $12

 

Date: Monday 11 October
Time: 6.30 PM
Cost: $20
Tickets at the door
COMA - Ciara Louise Ferguson Quartet + The Luke White Quintet

SCALA - FOOM song competition - Grand Final

The Festival Of Original Music (FOOM) is a song competition encouraging the writing of new material to be showcased live.

This year, FOOM will feature 6 live heats that will ultimately lead up to the much-anticipated Grand Final on October 14th.

With over $2,000 in cash prizes, FOOM 2021 is sure to be a highlight for both performers and audience members alike!

Head to our website below for more info.

Date: Thursday 14 October
Time: 6.30 PM
Cost: $20
Tickets at the door
SCALA - FOOM song competition - Grand Final

Kings & Associates - Take Me To The River...A Night of Gospel Blues + Nikko & Snooks

Kings and Associates will be performing a night of blues gospel featuring tunes byMississippi John Hurt, Blind Willie Johnson, Mihalla Jackson, Big Bill Broonzy, Mavis Staples and many more.

They will also be performing some of their own gospel blues tracks from the recently released album Neighbour, as well as tracks from their back catalogue.

The night will feature some amazing special guests such as Snooks LaVie, Nikko Kipridis, Joy and Charles Starling, along with the wonderful Paul White on Hammond organ.

Be ready to be taken to the river…..hallelujah!!!

$25 ON THE DOOR (IF AVAILABLE)


Date: Saturday 16 October
Time: 7.30 PM
Cost: $22
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Kings & Associates - Take Me To The River...A Night of Gospel Blues + Nikko & Snooks

COMA - Ben Fuller Big Band + 5 Sided Cube

The legendary C.O.M.A Sessions have been a fixture at The Wheaty since 2005.

C.O.M.A is a musician-led, musician-focused, member based not-for-profit association. It presents a unique opportunity for the creative development and artistic endeavour of a broad range of Australian composers and performers. It is committed to presenting and raising the profile of original music in Adelaide, and indeed Australia.

 $20 ENTRY - MEMBERS $12

Date: Monday 18 October
Time: 6.30 PM
Cost: $20
Tickets at the door
COMA - Ben Fuller Big Band + 5 Sided Cube

Hussy Hicks (QLD)

Critically acclaimed Australian act, Hussy Hicks are a tour de force featuring Leesa Gentz’ powerhouse soul vocals and Julz Parker’s revered guitar skills.

Prolific and accomplished musicians, Hussy Hicks have honed their sonic dexterity over the past 12 years with six studio albums, multiple industry awards and more than 1,000 live shows under their belts, from Australia’s biggest blues, roots and folk festivals to 15 plus international tours, which now sell out across Europe.



Date: Friday 22 October
Time: 7.30 PM
Cost: $25
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Hussy Hicks (QLD)

The Yearlings, Sara Tindley & Lucie Thorne

The Yearlings, Sara Tindley & Lucie Thorne join forces for a very special triple bill at the Wheaty on Sunday 24th October. Long-time friends & musical collaborators, these three acts will perform each other's work in various combinations on an arvo not to be missed! 

https://theyearlings.net/ 

https://saratindley.com/ 

Date: Sunday 24 October
Time: 4.00 PM
Cost: $20
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The Yearlings, Sara Tindley & Lucie Thorne

JD and the Crabs: Very Much Alive at the Wheaty

JD and the Crabs has been described by Mick Jagger as “the greatest geriatric rock band from the eastern suburbs of Adelaide with “Crabs” in its name.” High praise indeed! Join the Crabs for an afternoon of pre-loved songs from the greatest names in rock, blues, jazz and pop. 

 All proceeds will go to Family Reunion (Circle 115) of Circle of Friends Australia, to provide finance as gifts or interest-free loans to asylum seekers and refugees struggling to pay the high costs associated with Protection or Family Reunion visas. 

These applications are difficult processes involving expenses such as application fees, DNA testing, medical exams and payment to a migration agent or lawyer to negotiate the complexities of the visa system. For more info, check out... 

Date: Saturday 30 October
Time: 2.00 PM
Cost: $20
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JD and the Crabs: Very Much Alive at the Wheaty

COMA - Iran Sanadzadeh (ADL/MEL) + 'She Gave Him Oleander' - Album Launch

The legendary C.O.M.A Sessions have been a fixture at The Wheaty since 2005.

C.O.M.A is a musician-led, musician-focused, member based not-for-profit association. It presents a unique opportunity for the creative development and artistic endeavour of a broad range of Australian composers and performers. It is committed to presenting and raising the profile of original music in Adelaide, and indeed Australia.

 $20 entry - Members $12

 

Date: Monday 1 November
Time: 6.30 PM
Cost: $20
Tickets at the door
COMA - Iran Sanadzadeh (ADL/MEL) + 'She Gave Him Oleander' - Album Launch