A spellbinding line-up of award-winning artists this October at Stone Pony is not to be missed. We have the talented Lachlan Bryan, Gretta Ziller with Porchlight Parade opening the night. Don’t miss this one, get your tickets now.
Tickets are on sale now through Ticketebo F $23 / C $20 $20 Early Bird tickets available until the 6th October
Doors open 7pm / Music starts 8pm
Willunga Show Hall, Main Road, Willunga
After booking tickets online, for table reservations of 6 people or more please call Dave Greenslade on 0405 130 910
Please Note: No BYO food or alcohol.
Stone Pony will have a licensed bar and food menu available from 7pm ————
Over the past decade Lachlan Bryan has built a reputation as a captivating storyteller, whether solo or fronting Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes. His songs range from hard hitting social commentary to deeply personal musings, but each contains a unique turn of phrase, dark humour and an ever-present sense of romance. He’s toured with Steve Earle, John Hiatt and Shawn Colvin, performed at festivals all over the world and even picked up gongs in The Music Victoria Awards and The Golden Guitars. Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes’ new album, Some Girls (Quite) Like Country music, debuted at #12 on the ARIA country albums charts earlier this year and received rave reviews all over the world, especially in Europe, where Lachlan and the band have found a second home.
First impressions aren’t always right. If you’ve been foolish enough to nail down the sound of acclaimed songwriter Gretta Ziller, then prepare to have the rug pulled out from under you. Queen of Boomtown, her stunning debut record, defies categorisation and demands repeated listens.
Recorded at Woodstock Studios in Melbourne, Ziller’s sound may bear the hallmarks of classic Americana music but its essence is far more diverse. The Melbourne songstress’ roots span jazz, blues, rock, pop and classical, that eclectic musical upbringing is reflected in the varied tracks of this full-length album.
Porchlight Parade (support artist)
Porchlight Parade are folk trio Kate Henderson, Tom Kalleske and Pearl Tassell. Born into their 3-piece form in 2016, the Adelaide-based act joined forces to bring to life ’Sidesleeper’, released in January 2017.
From funk-metal to pirate-rock to acoustic alt-folk, the three are no strangers to the local music scene, having played in most of the city’s major haunts over the years.