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Levon J. Conlon

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Sat 14 Nov 2015, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Nimbin Hotel, 53 Cullen Street, Nimbin, Lismore Area

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Levon J. Conlon performs with pianist Helen Barrett.

Levon J. Conlon is the new solo project from Australian songwriter Rhyece O’Neill of the post-punk blues band Greta Mob.

Levon J. Conlon invokes the blues, rock and roll and country with influences ranging from Iggy Pop, PJ Harvey, Townes Van Zandt, Lightnin’ Hopkins and Bob Dylan

His unique songwriting talent has received praise from Tex Perkins (The Cruel Sea/Beasts of Bourbon), Spencer P. Jones (Beasts of Bourbon/Gun Club), Brian Hooper (Beasts of Bourbon/Roland S. Howard), Richard Kingsmill (Triple J Music director) and Steven Walker (The Ghost Triple R Radio).

He has toured and performed with some of the worlds finest including The Beasts of Bourbon, The Ape, Adalita, Spencer P. Jones and White Denim.

Conlon’s trade is the written word. A prolific poet, novelist and songwriter, in the past three years he has written and produced five albums worth of material, that’s at least 60 songs plus a book’s worth of poetry. Recently he completed his second novel Run To The Dust based on his recent experiences as a union delegate working on a huge construction project in the desert.