Music

Sing A Song Of Sixpence


Songwriters in the Round

THURSDAY 3 FEBRUARY, 8PM

A beautiful night and a songwriter’s delight with local Hamilton musicians, Adrian Calvano and Matt Pitman from The Settlement joining other stellar performers on stage.

Adrian and Matt join Mick Thomas (poetic troubadour) from Weddings Parties Anything; dreamy indie-folk sisters, Charm of Finches; ‘city-bound bush poet’, Delsinki; and blues/roots guitarist and songwriter Lee Spence along with jazz improviser James Macauley (The Lagerphones) for a night of live music.

Being there the first time a song is performed in public is always special and songwriters have for a long time, tried their wares on the St. Kilda faithful. This tradition continues at Hamilton with Sing A Song Of Sixpence.

Talented songwriters will perform, showcasing their material whilst being accompanied by different instrumentalists.

Come early to grab a drink from the bar, and settle in on our Persian-rug laden stage beneath the festoon lights for a night you won't forget. You'll be seated around the performers up close, on the stage at HPAC in this intimate experience, like a campfire or a loungeroom jam.

If you love live music, soulful sounds and compelling storytelling, this is the night for you.

About the performers

Mick Thomas

Raconteur, troubadour, balladeer and poet best known as chief songwriter of pub-rock icons Weddings, Parties, Anything and current band, The Roving Commission.

Delsinki

Melbourne’s ‘city-bound bush poet’ Delsinki, AKA, is the talented singer-songwriter and producer behind “in the round” Sing A Song Of Sixpence shows

The Settlement

Charismatic front-man, Adrian Calvano and foot-stomping fiddle-player Matt Pittman join from Hamilton’s much-loved alt-folk rock quintet; The Settlement.

Lee Spence

Blues & roots guitarist and songwriter with a degree in bitter and twisted sarcasm.

Charm of Finches

Melbourne sister duo singing ethereal indie folk, winners of the 2021 Folk Alliance Australia Youth Artist of the Year award and 2020 Independent Music Awards' Best Folk/Singer-Songwriter Album.

James Macaulay

One of Melbourne’s best contemporary jazz musicians and composers from The Lagerphones.

Tickets:
Admit $38
Friends - 10% off full ticket price

COVIDSafe measures apply, including the requirement that all attendees show proof of vaccination status or exemption.

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    • $38.00
    • 3 February 2022
    • 80 minutes
    • 8:00 pm
    • Hamilton Performing Arts Centre
    • subvenue PACked Stage Gig
    • Suitable Ages 15+
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