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Sun 29 Mar 2015, 2:00pm

Where: Triffid, 7-9 Stratton Street, Newstead, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: ScrabblePR

Luke Morris

In early 2012, Luke Morris decided to quit his job, buy a car and become a full-time musician, playing his way up the coast until he found himself in Byron Bay. Recently, Luke has been working alongside engineer/producer Jordan Power who has worked with artists such as Xavier Rudd, Angus Stone and MT Warning. He’s also enlisted the help of friends: Grant Gerathy from John Butler trio on drums and OJ Newcomb from Band Of Frequency on bass. Luke spent a good part of 2013 recording in studios, bedrooms, car parks and beach shacks around Byron, resulting in his debut album, Sugarcane Road. The album delivers raw and compelling lyrics with catchy folk hooks. The indie/folk album features a collection of 9 songs with a reoccurring theme of loss, love and experience, with each track delivered as an innocent short story. Luke showcased the album at last year’s Splendour In The Grass festival before packing out venues on an east coast tour.

*Our Beer Garden is open for food and drinks from 12noon.

Presented by Sarah Howells (Roots N’ All)

Kick back with a cold beer every Sunday, as Triffid Roots presented by Sarah Howells (Roots N’ All) takes over the venue and beer garden to bring you the best of Brisbane, and Australia’s blues, roots, folk, contemporary jazz, soul, reggae and world music.

Kahl Wallis

Kahl Wallis is a proud Wuthathi man, musician, environmental activist, storyteller, and health and music mentor for Indigenous youth in remote communities. Now based in Brisbane, Kahl’s mob come from the white sands of Shelburne Bay, Cape York. Kahl Wallis is a solo artist, as well as the lead singer and songwriter from The Medics, and also plays guitar and sings in The Painted Ladies