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Little Village Sessions: Twilight On the Trail

When:

Fri 4 May 2018, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: USQ Artsworx, West Street, Toowoomba City, Toowoomba & District

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission - Early Bird: $39.00
  • Artsworx Members - Early Bird: $34.00
  • General Admission: $42.00
  • Artsworx Members: $37.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Website:

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Featuring Jen Mize and Mark Sholtez, Twilight on the Trail explores the music of the great cowboy crooners, including Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and the Sons of the Pioneers.

Join multi award-winning recording artists Jen Mize and Mark Sholtez as they lead you on a journey through the dusty canyons, in an evening of iconic cowboy songs from the golden era of American popular music.

*Early Bird ends 13 Apr 18

About Jen:

“Jen Mize is more than a great singer-songwriter…she’s a true artist” (John Walker, Music City Roots). A descendant of the Lumbee Tribe of Native Americans, Mize hails from a family of Georgia cotton and North Carolina tobacco farmers, and Appalachian moonshiners. Since the 2014 release of her stellar debut album Fear, Pride & a few Stubborn Angels, Jen has been busy touring, recording, and earning the accolades that come with the hard work of being an Alt Country troubadour.

About Mark:

Mark Sholtez is an ARIA nominate and APRA award winning songwriter and recording artist. His career to date has included collaborations with multiple Grammy winning producers Tommy LiPuma (Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis), and Larry Klein (Joni Mitchel), as well as internationally renowned artists and songwriters including Don Walker (Cold Chisel), The Veronicas, Iain Archer (Snow Patrol), Troy Cassar-Daley, and Wendy Mathews. Mark also teaches Songwriting and Music Production at the University of Southern Queensland.

About Little Village Sessions:

Little Village is a collaborative concert between established Australian contemporary musicians, USQ Music staff, and USQ Music students.

In previous years Little Village has presented concerts featuring Wendy Matthews, Rick Price, and Sara Storer—rearranging their classic recordings for a one-off concert event.

Little Village focuses on creating both a unique experience for visiting artists, and an opportunity for USQ music students to experience working with a professional artist, helping their transition into the modern music industry.

By drawing together the expertise of USQ music staff, university facilities and technical capacity, the Little Village events create a high level experience of industry, seeing students putting into practice many of the skills developed throughout their tertiary study.