Adelaide musician and stalwart of the scene, Sean Kemp and his folk-acoustic-pop trio (with Kirsten Glover and brother Drew Kemp) have a new EP and it’s already getting some love on national radio station triple j and local stations Three D and Radio Adelaide.
The Vinyl Club is set to get the Worldsend in a spin this Saturday night with an opening Fringe weekend rock’n’roll party.
Tonight at the Royal Oak, Adelaide veteran songster Sean Kemp will open for music legend Jon Toogood of Shihad/Pacifier fame.
Head to the Metro on Saturday night to see a great line up of musicians and make sure you get along to the Reclink Community Cup on August 7.
Taking inspiration from the blues tradition of sharing and ‘borrowing’ music, Something Borrowed, Something Blues blends comedy, dance, music and a whole lot of audience participation in an unashamed celebration of plagiarism in all its forms.
From 2pm, The Kings Head will offer beverages. a lineup of local Adelaide bands, a gourmet BBQ, and a chance to raise funds for those who are homeless or affected by domestic violence.
Supported by Splash Adelaide, The Orchard Festival in Light Square will be a great, free event to ring in the festival season.
The Crown and Anchor is one of Adelaide’s favourite venues for live music, and partying with people who love live music. On Friday night, these two beautiful elements combined perfectly when Mere Machine, Ben Gel and the Boneyard Saints and Surviving Sharks took to the stage.
This Friday night, join Sofie, Sean Kemp, Trent Worley, Hello Lover, Cosmo Thundercat and Dusty & the Wasted Wanderers at the Jade Monkey as they kick off your weekend.
Adelaide trio Surviving Sharks are a tight, high-energy rock outfit who are great to experience live. Their new […]