The Snowdroppers played a secret show at Frankie's Pizza on Sunday. Oliver Heath was there and brings us these photos.
If you're going to be up the north coast of NSW this coming weekend and want to simply chill out and experience some great live music, Sounds of Sunset may just be the event for you. On Saturday the 18th, punters will be able to check out some stunning live performances, engage in a range of free activities and get amongst a whole heap of good things over the weekend.
There is still time to get your tickets at the following prices:
The Snowdroppers fans can breath a sigh of relief, as after a long 3 years, they've finally dropped their new album Moving Out Of Eden on March 22nd.
Full of catchy upbeat tracks and a few to tug a worn out heart string, the 10 track LP will leave you feeling dirty, sleazy with a good kick in the face, just like a triumphant night on Oxford St, in the best possible way.
Part 2 of Byron Bay Bluesfest 2013 Day 2 photo gallery continues with Shuggie Otis, The Snowdroppers, Santana (pictured above), Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Manu Chao La Ventura. Photos by Johnny Au
I was lucky enough to get to steal Johnny Wishbone and the bonus surprise of Pauly K, away from a busy day of interviews and shows for a one on one chat at a local café.
With a big exciting year set for the Snowdroppers, their new album Moving Out Of Eden dropping next month, we talked, touring, boozing, valentines, boobs and Nick Cave.
Really, what’s not too love?
It's been three years since The Snowdroppers released their debut album, Too Late to Pray. 2013 marks the arrival of a fitting follow up release in Moving Out of Eden, set to hit the hands of the band's hungry fan base on March 22nd. To celebrate the album's release, The Snowdroppers will be taking the record out on the road for a bit of a national tour, with Little Bastard coming along for the ride.
Sydney’s The Snowdroppers are set to play a string of headline shows around the country.
The first local and New Zealand artist line up for the Byron Bluesfest has finally landed! Joining the already killer line up that features Jimmy Cliff, Ben Harper and Robert Plant are the following:
THE CAT EMPIRE
FAT FREDDY’S DROP
Feat. Members of Midnight Oil, Violent Femmes, Hunters & Collectors
BEASTS OF BOURBON
No matter what may happen on stage, there's always something happening behind the stage: we do that every week here on The State of Affairs. This week: Sam Sparro gives producers an opportunity to remix his music, an opportunity to educate yourself to get into DIY audience expansion, and a bunch of Australian artists grab a heap of grants to tour around Australia and provide workshops.
Photo gallery of The Beards supported by The Snowdroppers and Kim Churchill at The Metro.
Pictured: The Beards.
In this issue: The Snowdroppers launching "White Dress" at the Espy, Something For Kate and Spiderbait taking to the Espy this NYE, Skyways Are Highways are set to launch their new album at The Evelyn and more!
The Snowdroppers at the Espy This November
Sydney rockers Gay Paris will be touring all over the country in November to promote "The Demarcation of Joseph Hollybone", the first single off their forthcoming sophomore record, The Last Good Party. The band is preparing to take their genre-bending fusion of blues, swamp and rock 'n' roll out on the road after obliterating their Pozible aim to raise $6,000 to fund the album, thanks to all their dedicated fans!