A Bowie circus is the Fringe show we didn’t know we needed, mixing one of music’s great catalogues with some terrific circus acts.
Alex Rossi’s After Party is the perfect way to cap off your night of Fringing. The US singer/guitarist does rhythm and blues the old school way – really hitting that sweet spot.
Ross Wilson has the right to claim icon status in our music industry and a place as one of our greatest musical talents – respect deserved and acknowledged. But – tonight’s set was a little flat and not one to go down in the annals of his greatest live shows.
An hour of Renee proved to be too short a time to be in her company. This crowd would have happily lapped up another hour or so, if they could have.
After fifty years in the business, one of the things Russell Morris has clearly mastered is how to put together a setlist to please everyone.
Russell Morris certainly crams a lot into a single hour on stage. His Spiegeltent performance on Friday night was a master class in professionalism.
No stranger to the Fringe, or to the live music scene, legendary Aussie blues musician Russell Morris, will be playing the Spiegeltent on February 26.
‘I’m Growing a Beard Downstairs for Christmas’, addresses the serious issues of manscaping and ladyscaping, while keeping with the festive spirit and raising money for a great cause.
Bringing dance, song and his signature instrument of choice, the piano accordion, Hans is putting the ‘original’ in Original Gangsta.