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Craig Woodward and The Lonely Dogs


Sat 19 Oct 2013, 9:00pm–12:45am

Where: Mercantile Hotel, 25 George Street, The Rocks, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Admission: Free
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Craig Woodward and The Lonely Dogs are a Sydney based Rock-Pop-Country outfit fusing contemporary song writing with memorable melody, harmony and a three day growth.

Songs that started out in Craig’s bedroom known as the (YouTube – Bedroom Sessions) are now fully featured tunes with the support of the lonely dog’s band and a collaboration of lonely dog guest musicians the likes of Stu French, Sam Vincent, Steve Manovski, Gemma Lyon, Aaron Lyon, Tim Sampson and Matt Favelle. Craig released his independent 11 track debut in August, 2011 and is a cleverly presented pop filled landscape about life, love, loss and hope.

Craig has always viewed his music to have cross over sensibilities from his loved styles of pop and rock with his unique brand of acoustic folk and country. Craig has built a strong reputation as an engaging singer, song writer and performer from his constant hard working approach to performing , writing and recording.

Craig has supported Australian touring acts with his engaging solo show sharing the stage with the likes of Ian Moss, Sarah McLeod, Mental as Anything and 1927.