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A Tom Waits Concert

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Thu 5 Dec 2013, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Bennetts Lane Jazz Club - Permanently Closed, 25 Bennetts Lane, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $35.00
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‘A Concert Of Tom Waits Songs’ by Stewart D’Arrietta, most well-known for his role as musical director and co-creator with John Waters of ‘Looking Through A Glass Onion’, is a show that takes the audience on a vaudevillian journey through the songs and meanderings of the great Tom Waits. From his first album ‘Closing Time’ recorded in 1973, through to his most recent album ‘Orphans, Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards’.

Under the moniker ‘Belly of a Drunken Piano’, ‘A Concert Of Tom Waits Songs’ played for 9 months in Manhattan New York at The Soho Playhouse where D’Arrietta’s performance was described as “electrifying” by Variety, “rollicking” by The New Yorker, with “rock solid emotion” by The New York Times and “brechtacular” by The Village Voice. D’Arrietta has also performed the show at The Edinburgh Festival, The Montreal Jazz Festival and The Riverside Studios in London.

And now, for 3 exclusive shows, it’s coming to Melbourne.

‘A Concert of Tom Waits Songs’ puts D’Arrietta in a new light as a performer, as Glenn A Baker stated upon seeing the show, D’Arrietta “delivers not just the music but the man, with Tom’s cascade of characters bathed in flickering street light.”

“Rock-solid emotion.”- The New York Times

“A stage presence and conviction to make the metaphors hang like grapes from every line.” - Sydney Morning Herald

“The man has got Wait’s vaudeville, bile and emotion down.” - NY Metro

“The grit makes for a beautiful jewel.” – The Villager [New York}

“Gut wrenching passion…an absolute knockout.” - The Australian

“Taking music beyond mere tribute to be personal, powerful and poignant.” – The Adelaide Advertiser

“For anyone who is not afraid of a bit of danger on stage.”- The Herald Sun