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Live Music in the Byron Shire for the Week Beginning February 19, 2020

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Jesse Morris and his band. One of the bands playing the fundraiser.

Let it Rain: Bushfire Appeal Fundraiser

Federal Hall  |  Sunday  |  4.30pm

Jasper Corner (aka Federal Hall) is hosting an epic fundraiser to support both animals and families affected by the recent bushfires. The event will see seven acts hit the stage, including Sky Eater, Viva Lava, Neil Junior, Gaby and Colin, Short Circuit, Spliffun and Double Trouble. Starting at 4.30pm until late. Kids under 12 are free. Tickets are a donation of $10, $15 or $20. Pre-sales are available at trybooking.com, or pay at the door. Yummy eats provided by Warung Tuti. BYO drinks. There will be raffles, prizes, and a few special surprises. All proceeds will be split between WIRES, for their animal rescue programs, and Blazeaid who help to re-build fences and structures on rural properties to secure livestock and vegetation.

Let it Rain: Bushfire Appeal Fundraiser, Federal Hall Sunday, 4.30pm.


Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird at the Hotel Great Northern, Friday.

Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird

Hotel Great Northern  |  Friday

After a groundbreaking year for Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird, the ‘bird is gearing up for an even bigger 2020, beginning with a summer tour’, they say.

2019 saw the release of the Melburnian quintet’s standout singles Joy, Hot Pink and Best Face to London, as well as their acclaimed sophomore album New Romancer. They toured the UK and Ireland, playing sold out shows in London, as well as performing at The Great Escape Festival (Brighton, UK), and around Australia – twice.

Riding high in the US NACC college radio charts, the Melbourne exponents of Indie art-pop are currently on their summer tour, sharing the love, and farewelling New Romancer, before they head to Austin, Texas – where they have been invited to play at the music world’s premiere global showcase, SXSW!

They’re revving it up this week at the Northern.

Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird at the Hotel Great Northern, Friday.


Shady Nasty at the Hotel Great Northern, Saturday.

Shady Nasty

Hotel Great Northern  |  Saturday

Shady Nasty are a Sydney-based trio which formed in 2015. Their art is a dynamic experiment, drawing from alternative forms of punk and hip-hop. Coupled with a raucous live show, Shady Nasty offer compelling vignettes of their young adulthood unfolding in the diversity of Sydney: modding cars, Chinese heritage, making ends meet, menace and love.

You can see them this week in Byron at the Hotel Great Northern, Saturday.


Katie Noonan plays at The Brunswick Picture House, Saturday 22 February

Katie Noonan

Brunswick Picture House  |  Saturday  |  7pm

With five ARIAs in her stash, singer songwriter Katie Noonan has announced her upcoming mini-album release Late Night Tunes with Noons, sharing her interpretation of iconic Australian songs, as well as featuring a new original song I Found You. The idea started when Katie posted a short video on Instagram of her learning a Hunters and Collectors classic for an upcoming event. After garnering such a strong response from fans, Katie created a late-night video series where she interprets some of her favourite Aussie songs, from across multiple decades, in her intimate and dynamic style. The eight-track mini-album really showcases Katie’s magical interpretation of classic’s new and old; taking on Tones and I, Emma Louise, Jarryd James, Jordan Rakei, Hunters & Collectors, Cold Chisel and Powderfinger. Katie’s sublime voice transports each of these covers to a new place, captured by Muso TV – Katie also recorded a live video-series to share each performance in its most intimate state.

In support of the new release Katie will be taking her intimate solo show around the country

Don’t miss the seven-time platinum songstress as she takes this uniquely Australian intimate performance around the country – proving why she’s consistently voted one of the country’s best voices.

Check her out at the Bruns Picture House, Saturday at 7pm


Saturday between 2pm and 4pm at the Main Arm General Store.

Fundraiser Gig for Firies (RFS) at Main Arm General Store

Main Arm General Store  | 2pm  |  Donation Bucket

Soak up the Funky tunes by D’Rumble on the verandah at the Main Arm General Store on Saturday afternoon for great tunes and vibes.

This is a free show with a donation bucket collecting for the RFS. Bring your donations and your dancing shoes! Bring your dancing feet and fill the collection bucket for our RFS crews!

Saturday between 2pm and 4pm at the Main Arm General Store.


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