19-Twenty, Kay Proudlove & Jazzy Gold
Orphan Music presents Blues and Roots in Bathurst!
After a massive two day sold out festival in Moruya, Orphan Music is bringing their Blues and Roots train to Bathurst with 19-Twenty, Kay Proudlove and Jazzy Gold on board!
Over three hours of music by some of Australia’s hardest working and talented blues, roots and folk musicians. It is sure going to be a mega night, so get on board and get your tickets NOW!
19-Twenty have been whipping up a frenzy on the festival scene. They are electric. An infectious riff and groove based blue-billy-grass-rockin'-roots band.
The 19-Twenty lads have been performing their high-energy sonic-party nationally, headlining sell-out shows and festivals in all states and territories. Constantly on the road or in the sky, they have toured seven times around Oz and performed gigs throughout Europe including Belgium, The Netherlands & Germany. Performing anywhere and everywhere, this straight-up 100% independent act have been blazing throughout Europe and Australia and gaining new music fans/fiends from their live shows.
Kane Dennelly – Vox and guitars
Syd Green – Award winning producer and percussionist – Drums, Dobro
John Gwilliam – Double bass and BV’s
"Ask for forgiveness not for permission. No rules, no limits. The closest to punk the Blues will ever get. Raucous and manic."
"One of the most exciting riff and groove based blues and roots acts emerging from the east coast of OZ!"- Tone Deaf
“These guys are sick!” – Ash Grunwald
“Who the hell is this guy? He definitely has the talent!” – Ian Moss
“Definitely a guitarist to watch!” – Australian Guitar Magazine
Engaging, emotional and witty, Kay Proudlove is an Indie-folk singer/songwriter with a heart-wrenching voice and an accidentally dry sense of humour. A display of honesty and a general acceptance of awkwardness, Kay's live performance is much like being invited to her lounge room. The co-ordination that never showed up on any sort of sporting field has made itself known in the form of unique, narrative songwriting, sung out in soul-bearing fashion - acoustic guitar, a jazz-nuanced folk singing style, and a brand of noise that is all her own. Performing on the stages of folk festivals nationwide as well as in the homes of music lovers around the country, Kay is earning her place as one of Australia's indie-folk gems.
“Proudlove is the consummate performer, delighting crowds between songs and delivering lyric driven music that is instantly relatable” – Gareth Evan, Timber and Steel