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

Loren Kate & Robin Anthony + Tim Bennett

Loren Kate & Robin Anthony 

An utterly captivating performer. Loren Kate’s angelic voice, evocative guitar playing and delicate storytelling are delivered with rare humour and grace that is both humbling and inspiring.

Sharing songs from her upcoming release, Loren will be accompanied by the beautiful sounds of acclaimed violinist Robin Anthony.

"One of the most emotionally divine singer-songwriters in the universe, she can crack you open and expose your rawness then wrap you back up so you can leave safe and warm. She, Loren Kate, is a special one." -Phaedra Watts, Nannup Music Festival

Tim Bennett

Tim Bennett makes your heart sing. He is a multi-instrumentalist, soulful vocalist, looping & bassist extraordinaire. A live experience not to be missed.

$20 on the door if available.

Date: Friday 30 October
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $15
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Loren Kate & Robin Anthony + Tim Bennett

COMA -Special Event - 30 years Celebrating Wangaratta Festival of Jazz - Jo Lawry Quartet

COMA, in conjunction with the Wheatsheaf Hotel, is proud to Co-Present two special event performances with Wangaratta Festival of Jazz & Blues to celebrate the festival’s 30th year!

Join us on Saturday October 31st for two shows at The Wheaty, with a live audience and ticketed digital streaming, to celebrate the vibrant and resilient Australian Jazz and Blues Scenes. 

We are very pleased to present two special shows showcasing Adelaide artists, as part of their week-long 30thcelebration program. Wangaratta Festival of Jazz & Blues 30th celebration performances and the National Jazz Awards are taking place across the nation and will be streamed to you, wherever you are, online from Monday 26thOctober – Sunday 1st November. Head to https://wangarattajazz.com/ to check out their full program and secure tickets to a wide array of digital concerts!

SHOW 1: Jo Lawry Quartet : 5 - 6 pm ACST (5.30 – 6.30 pm AEST)

Live show tickets $20 ($15 for COMA Members), purchased at the door – limited capacity! Doors open at 4.30pm ACST

To watch Online - tickets …… https://wangarattajazz.com

JO LAWRY QUARTET

Jo Lawry – Vocals

Will Vinson – Keys/Sax

Bonnie Aue – Bass

Angus Mason - Drums

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Vocalist and songwriter Jo Lawry is one of the best in the business. Having worked with luminaries including Fred Hersch, Sting and Paul Simon, we are thrilled to present Jo in concert with her Quartet, featuring NYC saxophonist, Will Vinson.

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Jo Lawry grew up on an almond farm in South Australia and, after a brief flirtation with operatic study, began her formal instruction in jazz. Her debut album I Want to Be Happy was named one of the “Best CDs of the Decade” by Downbeat Magazine, but Jo has become well-known beyond jazz circles for her work with Sting, with whom she has toured and recorded since 2009, as well as her work with Paul Simon and Peter Gabriel. In 2013, Jo was featured in the film 20 Feet From Stardom, which won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Having lived in New York for the last 17 years, Jo is now back in Adelaide and thrilled to be part of this year’s Wangaratta Jazz Festival, performing originals from her albums Taking Pictures and The Bathtub and The Sea, alongside her unique takes on jazz standards. She will be joined by Will Vinson on alto saxophone and keyboards, Bonnie Aué on bass, and Angus Mason on drums.

 

Date: Saturday 31 October
Time: 4.30 PM
Cost: $20
Tickets at the door
COMA -Special Event - 30 years Celebrating Wangaratta Festival of Jazz - Jo Lawry Quartet

COMA -Special Event - 30 years Celebrating Wangaratta Festival of Jazz - The New Cabal

COMA, in conjunction with the Wheatsheaf Hotel, is proud to Co-Present two special event performances with Wangaratta Festival of Jazz & Blues to celebrate the festival’s 30th year!

Join us on Saturday October 31st for two shows at The Wheaty, with a live audience and ticketed digital streaming, to celebrate the vibrant and resilient Australian Jazz and Blues Scenes. 

We are very pleased to present two special shows showcasing Adelaide artists, as part of their week-long 30thcelebration program. Wangaratta Festival of Jazz & Blues 30th celebration performances and the National Jazz Awards are taking place across the nation and will be streamed to you, wherever you are, online from Monday 26thOctober – Sunday 1st November. Head to https://wangarattajazz.com/ to check out their full program and secure tickets to a wide array of digital concerts!

SHOW 2: The New Cabal : 8 - 9 pm ACST (8.30 – 9.30 pm AEST)

Live show tickets $20 ($15 for COMA Members), purchased at the door – limited capacity! Doors open at 7.30pm ACST

To watch Online - tickets …… https://wangarattajazz.com

THE NEW CABAL

Chris Soole – Saxophone

Chris Martin – Piano

Lyndon Gray – Double Bass

Josh Baldwin – Drums

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Inspired by the rhythmic language of South Indian classical music, Lyndon Gray's iconic quartet held a mid-week residency in Adelaide for ten years. Find out why!

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The New Cabal occupy a special place in the canon of Adelaide jazz groups as the stalwart group which held down a weekly residency for ten years at inner city venue La Bohème. The group performed original material and featured countless interstate and international guests. This gig was a beloved institution and popular haunt for jazz lovers until the venue was forced to close in the middle of 2019. The New Cabal has toured around Australia and accompanied many visiting musicians such as Vardan Ovsepian (US), Joel Frahm (US) and John Riley (US). Their weekly gig has also hosted many guests from the national scene including James Muller, James Macaulay, David Theak, Stephen Magnusson, Ted Vining, Matthew Sheens and Hugh Stuckey.

 

The group is led by Lyndon Gray, an Adelaide born bassist who has performed with many elite Australian jazz musicians including Stephen Magnusson, Zac Hurren, Julien Wilson, David Ades, Ted Vining, Tony Gould, Paul Grabowsky and Paul McNamara. Lyndon has also received two ARIA awards as a member of the folk/alternative country group The Audreys, and recently completed a PhD. exploring South Indian rhythmic devices and their integration into jazz. Also notching up the full ten years are two legendary SA musicians, saxophonist Chris Soole (who the Sydney Morning Herald described as “a saxophonist utterly devoid of affectation, who generates a broad, warm sound, and plays with consummate conviction and economy”) and pianist Dr Chris Martin. A more recent addition to the group is drummer Josh Baldwin who was a finalist in the Wangaratta National Jazz Award in 2018. 

The New Cabal recorded their first album in 2013 and recorded again in 2019 to mark a decade of performances.

 

 

Date: Saturday 31 October
Time: 7.30 PM
Cost: $20
Tickets at the door
COMA -Special Event - 30 years Celebrating Wangaratta Festival of Jazz - The New Cabal

Taasha Coates (The Audreys) + Dusty Lee (Wanderers)

Taasha Coates is the voice of multiple ARIA award winners, The Audreys.

 Since launching in 2006 with Triple J faves “You and Steve McQueen”, “Oh Honey’ and “Banjo & Violin” from the band's debut album, she has graced almost every major festival in Australia and played more gigs than she can count. She's rocked festivals and clubs in Europe and North America, sold songs to films and tv shows far and wide, written music for live theatre, won awards, hit the charts, gone gold and pawned her very heart for rock and roll. 

 With The Audreys she has released five albums and in 2016, Taasha released her debut solo album, "Taasha Coates & Her Melancholy Sweethearts" produced by Shane Nicholson and released on ABC Music.

 Joined by Dusty Lee (Wanderers) on guitar, Taasha will perform songs from her solo album, the odd cover and of course a solid dose of Audreys hits.

https://www.abcmusic.com.au/discography/taasha-coates-taasha-coates-her-melancholy-sweethearts

 This House is Gonna Burn OFFICIAL FILMCLIP:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRDTotraPQc

On Rockwiz w/ Pete Murray: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVjhE5MVoQw

 

 

Date: Sunday 1 November
Time: 3.00 PM
Cost: $20
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Booking Fee
Taasha Coates (The Audreys) + Dusty Lee (Wanderers)

Taasha Coates (The Audreys) + Dusty Lee (Wanderers) - SOLD OUT

Taasha Coates is the voice of multiple ARIA award winners, The Audreys.

 Since launching in 2006 with Triple J faves “You and Steve McQueen”, “Oh Honey’ and “Banjo & Violin” from the band's debut album, she has graced almost every major festival in Australia and played more gigs than she can count. She's rocked festivals and clubs in Europe and North America, sold songs to films and tv shows far and wide, written music for live theatre, won awards, hit the charts, gone gold and pawned her very heart for rock and roll. 

 With The Audreys she has released five albums and in 2016, Taasha released her debut solo album, "Taasha Coates & Her Melancholy Sweethearts" produced by Shane Nicholson and released on ABC Music.

 Joined by Dusty Lee (Wanderers) on guitar, Taasha will perform songs from her solo album, the odd cover and of course a solid dose of Audreys hits.

https://www.abcmusic.com.au/discography/taasha-coates-taasha-coates-her-melancholy-sweethearts

 This House is Gonna Burn OFFICIAL FILMCLIP:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRDTotraPQc

On Rockwiz w/ Pete Murray: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVjhE5MVoQw

 

 

Date: Sunday 1 November
Time: 5.30 PM
Cost: $20
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Booking Fee
Taasha Coates (The Audreys) + Dusty Lee (Wanderers) - SOLD OUT

COMA - Andrew Lang + Kleinig/McHenry/Smart Trio

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.

 $15 entry - Members $8

 

Date: Monday 2 November
Time: 6.45 PM
Cost: $15
Tickets at the door
COMA - Andrew Lang + Kleinig/McHenry/Smart Trio

NO WAVE & Cordite Books present Em König's ‘Breathing Plural’ Launched by Jill Jones with Virginia Barratt and Natalie Harkin


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
 
 
Date: Wednesday 4 November
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $0
NO WAVE & Cordite Books present Em König's ‘Breathing Plural’  Launched by Jill Jones with Virginia Barratt and Natalie Harkin

SCALA - Jack Robins + Josh Forner + Scala Spotlight Acts

 Few 31 year-olds can claim they’ve spent their years immersed in some serious musical talent but SA’s longest running original music organisation; the Songwriters, Composers And Lyricists Association (SCALA) have done it week after unfailing week for almost 3 decades.

 SCALA is a volunteer led, membership based organisation that continues to promote and encourage the creation of original music of all genres through events, the Festival Of Original Music (FOOM) song competition and an annual SCALA CD release.

Date: Thursday 5 November
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $8
Tickets at the door
SCALA - Jack Robins + Josh Forner + Scala Spotlight Acts

Kelly's Wayke

‘Kelly’s Wayke was actually born at an Irish wake for Mick Murphy, brother of band member Brian Murphy and family friend of the Kelly‘s So when the Kellys‘ and the Murphys got together for Micks wake, all the old irish songs our parents had taught us when we were growing up were played to celebrate Micks life. We were playing for 6 to 7 hours at the back room of the pub, when the publican came into the room, we thought he was going to kick us out for making too much noise, but he said “no, we turned off the jukeboxes hours ago, we’ve been listening to you guys all night”. A quick phone call from Damien to Brian and Paddy tne next day and Kelly’s Wayke was born, and we celebrate love, life and all in between!

$25 on the door (if available)


Date: Friday 6 November
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $20
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Kelly's Wayke

Leroy Johnson & Nancy Bates with special guest Katie Aspel

On the eve of NAIDOC Week celebrations, 2020 join us for an evening of song and story, presented by First Nations artists, Leroy Johnson, Nancy Bates, with special guest Katie Aspel.

Leroy Johnson & Nancy Bates are Barkindji Wiimpatya with strong connections to the lower Baaka (Darling) communities in far western NSW.

Special guest Katie Aspel is a Ngarrindjeri Artist from Raukkan whose pure vocal and subtle guitar, tells stories with a maturity beyond her years.

Always Was, Always Will Be.

$30 on the door (if available)


Date: Saturday 7 November
Time: 3.30 PM
Cost: $25
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Leroy Johnson & Nancy Bates with special guest Katie Aspel

Leroy Johnson & Nancy Bates with special guest Katie Aspel

On the eve of NAIDOC Week celebrations, 2020 join us for an evening of song and story, presented by First Nations artists, Leroy Johnson, Nancy Bates, with special guest Katie Aspel.

Leroy Johnson & Nancy Bates are Barkindji Wiimpatya with strong connections to the lower Baaka (Darling) communities in far western NSW.

Special guest Katie Aspel is a Ngarrindjeri Artist from Raukkan whose pure vocal and subtle guitar, tells stories with a maturity beyond her years.

Always Was, Always Will Be.

$30 on the door (if available)


Date: Saturday 7 November
Time: 7.30 PM
Cost: $25
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Leroy Johnson & Nancy Bates with special guest Katie Aspel

Doctor DeSoto + Courtney & Snooks

A mainstay of the live music circuit, ‘Doctor DeSoto’ has a reputation for crafting gritty roots-pop.

Fronted by Mikey Green (‘The Audreys’, ARIA winners), it’s a no-fuss for piece outfit that’s equally at ease on festival stages or in front bars. The Go-Betweens, Elvis Costello, Tom Petty – Doctor DeSoto’s undeniably hooky songs build on a rich tradition of suburban songcraft from where the dead end streets and the dust bowls meet.

“The music explores a range of contemporary styles, yet there is this pervading sense of nostalgia… this is a band that has the ability to encompass all the good things about the sounds of another era in rock and roll… with instant likeability” – Wirra Creek Music

 

Courtney and Snooks move between the lines of alt-country- infused folk and blues. Robb’s charged vocal delivery demands something of her listener as the imperfections and fragility of her stories reveal themselves. Together with 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: Sunday 8 November
Time: 4.00 PM
Cost: $0
Doctor DeSoto + Courtney & Snooks

COMA - Mark Simeon Ferguson 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 $15


Date: Monday 9 November
Time: 6.45 PM
Cost: $20
Tickets at the door
COMA - Mark Simeon Ferguson Album Launch

Ukulele Death Squad - Book Launch and Play Along Concert

You are invited to a very special one off event.

The Official Ukulele Death Squad Song Book Launch Party and Play along Concert.

For the First time in U.D.S History this is a free event. We will be celebrating the books release by playing live, the songs from the book and inviting all you Ukulele players to join us by playing along. We will be diving deep into how the songs were created and assisting those who need a helping hand throughout the night so we can all play along together.

So please grab your uke, grab a book and come and join the Ukulele Death Squad Big Band Sing-along.

Please note there is only limited supply of the book. UDS Tip: Order now to avoid tears.

Follow the following steps to gain entry:

1. This is a free event, although we would like to gauge how many ukers plan on coming to the event so please register your interest by clicking the "free ticket box" in the ticket section.

https://www.tickettailor.com/events/ukuleledeathsquad/438909

2. Wanna start getting these Death Squad Songs in your fingers now??? Then pop on over to this link to order An Official Ukulele Death Squad Song Book right now (3 - 5 Day Delivery)

http://www.ukedeathsquad.com

3. Reserve your copy to be picked up at the show?? Want to secure yourself a copy of the book before they are sold out, but will pick it up at the event? Maybe get it signed? Then Order one right now in the "Reserve Book" box in the ticket section.

Thanks so much for the support. By Supporting this event and purchasing this book you are supporting Australian Independent Music.

So "Tell your neighbours and Tell your Friends" to head on down to the Wheatsheaf Hotel for a free night of Ukulele Fun becuase

"Once the party starts It don't End"

- BYO MUSIC STAND

Date: Wednesday 11 November
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $0
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Ukulele Death Squad - Book Launch and Play Along Concert

Miss Ohio + The Cherry Pickers

S.A.'s best bluegrass band, The Cherry Pickers love creating refreshing bluegrass spins on Australian favourites we all know and love as well as stunning originals you will love to know. 

 https://cherrypickersband.wordpress.com/

Bluegrass/Americana duo, Miss Ohio radiate a warmth and intimacy through their music that hangs in the air long after the last note.

$15 on the door - If available.

Date: Friday 13 November
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $15
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Miss Ohio + The Cherry Pickers

Isaac Thomas + Sturt Avenue

Adelaide’s Isaac Thomas' emotive, guitar driven songs have carried audiences into soulful nirvana’s that have earned him multiple award nominations, most recently with MusicSA’s 2020 industry artist awards for funk, soul, and R&B.

Emerging in 2015 as a session recording guitarist and songwriter, Isaac Thomas's craft led to his debut EP 'The Art of Procrastination' in 2019. Following up on Isaac’s debut, a number of singles have been released throughout 2020 with 'Let It Go' highlighting this young artist's vocal and guitar playing preeminence. With Triple J’s Roots n’ All backing his latest single ‘What Do I Say’, Isaac Thomas’s intimate story-telling will draw you in for a much needed sonic break from the curse of 2020.

What Do I Say - Official Music Video 

Date: Saturday 14 November
Time: 8.00 PM
Cost: $0
Isaac Thomas + Sturt Avenue

Max Savage and the False Idols + Cosmo Thundercat

After a seemingly interminable hiatus; fires, floods, pestilence etcetera, Max Savage and the False Idols return to the stage ready to bring some rock and roll to Sunday afternoon.

Mercurial and dark; often poignant and occasionally funny, Max Savage and the False Idols play hip shaking rock and roll with swagger, gravel and swashbuckling bravado. They’ll be joined by local indie darlings, Cosmo Thundercat.

Date: Sunday 15 November
Time: 4.00 PM
Cost: $0
Max Savage and the False Idols + Cosmo Thundercat

COMA - Elder Music Lab + Alex Taylor Quartet

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.

 $15 ENTRY - MEMBERS $8


Date: Monday 16 November
Time: 6.45 PM
Cost: $15
Tickets at the door
COMA - Elder Music Lab + Alex Taylor Quartet

SCALA - Claire Becker + Jasper Rae + Scala Spotlight Acts

 Few 31 year-olds can claim they’ve spent their years immersed in some serious musical talent but SA’s longest running original music organisation; the Songwriters, Composers And Lyricists Association (SCALA) have done it week after unfailing week for almost 3 decades.

 SCALA is a volunteer led, membership based organisation that continues to promote and encourage the creation of original music of all genres through events, the Festival Of Original Music (FOOM) song competition and an annual SCALA CD release.

Date: Thursday 19 November
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $8
Tickets at the door
SCALA - Claire Becker + Jasper Rae + Scala Spotlight Acts

Alison Coppe & The Janes ’Torrensville’ EP Launch with Naomi Keyte

Join Alison Coppe & The Janes to celebrate their ‘Torrensville’ EP launch. With a bold voice and defiant lyrics, Alison Coppe ha carved out a place at the heart of Adelaide’s rich singer-songwriter culture. Written and recorded in Adelaide, ‘Torrensville’ queerly taverses the streets of love, lust, and heartache etched powerfully against the backdrop of the western suburbs. With support from Naomi Keyte and band. 

Tix - $15/10 on the door (if available)


Date: Friday 20 November
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $15
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Alison Coppe & The Janes ’Torrensville’ EP Launch with Naomi Keyte

Isadora's Dream + Spiral Dance

Isadora has a dream…

 Piano driven Art Rock/Pop, atmospheric and soulful guitars, beats with shifting time signatures. Eencompassing elements of dance & movement, Isadora’s Dream present a theatrical and sophisticated fusing of musical genres. Capturing emotive lyrics, romance and the drama of nature.

 Isadora invites you to feel... to be changed!

 Vocals (Isadora Dream), Guitars (Damien Williams) Keys (Harry Mill) Drums (Satomi Ohnishi)

 "...a truly unique voice, which she utilises and projects with the confidence of an experienced artist.” Sarah Jane Justice - All Over Adelaide Arts Magazine 

 “…eclectic yet accessible, sincere art rock devoid of grandiloquence and performed with character.” Bián Hickman - Clothesline Magazine, Adelaide

 “progressive rock without the bombast or self-indulgence. Imaginative yet highly accessible. Contemporary themes distinguished by old-school musicianship. Colorful harmonies and deftly managed meter changes that are essential to the music’s message”. Peter Dowdall, Producer - Elder Conservatorium of Music, Adelaide

 "...atmospheric, theatrical, dramatic, and romantic this music feels experimental but has a solid rock base…a unique sound”. Rowena Garcia - Man About Adelaide - Art & Culture Magazine

Instagram; https://www.instagram.com/isadoras_dream/

Listening; https://open.spotify.com/track/5sCzihrytexFEKGP7nXc9t?si=u5eOYmnRTuKXunxOxRKc-A

YouTube; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBL0s-7ictI

SPIRAL DANCE

Fusing folk-lore and legend with a good heady serve of pagan mystery, Spiral Dance presents an eclectic blend of traditional English folk-rock with powerful self-penned songs and tunes. Rousing melodies intertwine with mythical tales that will spirit you into the realms of magic and the mists of ancient time – this is music that will rock your ancestors! 
http://www.spiraldance.com.au 

Date: Saturday 21 November
Time: 7.00 PM
Cost: $20
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Isadora's Dream + Spiral Dance

Kelly Menhennett Band + The Boys Club

Kelly Menhennett’s distinctive voice quiets the most crowded of bars, honky tonks and street corners in music-loving destinations all around the world. Armed with a shy charm and wry wit, she is a consummate storyteller. Kelly and her band’s combined magnetism, their spellbinding mix of alt-country, blues, and ballads will leave every audience craving more. 

Joining Kelly on stage will be the super talents of Shireen Khemlani (bass), Steve Pederson (guitar), Richard Coates (keys) and Tim Irrgang (drums).

 
 
   
The Boys Club
"The Boys Club are staking out their own corner of the Adelaide music scene – while also gently taking the piss." Walter Marsh, The Adelaide ReviewThe Boys Club is an all-female chord-less jazz trio, featuring award winning, internationally trained and Adelaide-based musicians, Kyrie Anderson (drums), Bonnie Aué (double bass) and Kate Fuller (voice) – a unique orchestration that has been hailed “outstanding” by Australian Jazz Magazine. Joining them on stage at the Wheaty will be honorary Boys Club member, Dave McEvoy (keys).Their debut EP I Like Men received two SA Music Award and two Australian Jazz Bell Award nominations. Their brand-new EP That's a Big Guitar was released in 2020 at the Spiegeltent, during the Adelaide Fringe, and made it to third place on the AMRAP national regional radio charts.While their first EP was all about exploring women's relationships with men in the pre-feminist era through old swing tunes; The Boys Club's new EP That's a Big Guitar reflects on their own experiences as modern women, musicians, and feminists in a quirky, satirical way.
 
$25 on the door (if available).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Date: Sunday 29 November
Time: 4.00 PM
Cost: $20
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Kelly Menhennett Band + The Boys Club