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Mon 2 Dec 2013, 6:30pm–12:00am

Where: Leadbelly Newtown, 42 King Street, Newtown, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $23.80
  • Dinner and Show: $58.80
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Country sweetheart Aleyce Simmonds and alt-country rebel Lachlan Bryan are bringing their unique brands of acoustic storytelling to The Vanguard on the White Dove/Black Crow tour.

The pair may represent different ends of the Australian country spectrum, but both have experienced significant success recently, with Simmonds’ new album ‘Believe’ debuting at #5 on the ARIA Country Charts and Bryan’s ‘Black Coffee’ reaching #1 on the ARIA Heatseekers Chart across all genres and making a debut at # 4 on the ARIA Country Charts.

“Aleyce is really the Yin to my Yang” explains Bryan, “or maybe it’s the other way around. She represents the light, while I sometimes lurk in the darker shadows – but those contrasts are what great country music is all about”.

On this tour, Aleyce and Lachlan will play together on stage with just their acoustic guitars and voices – their sweet harmonies drawing comparisons to Gram Parsons and Emmy-Lou Harris.

“It’s a very intimate show”, says Aleyce, “and the response from the audiences has been really touching – they hear the stories behind the songs and often react in a quite emotional way. It’s a real thrill to play in this format”.

Fans looking for an uplifting, up-close and personal night of storytelling and song craft should not miss this unique show from two of Australia’s finest young artists. ‘Believe’ and ‘Black Coffee’ are both out now through WJO Distribution.