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Roots Rock Reggae


Sun 18 Feb 2018, 3:00pm–9:00pm

Where: The Shared, 13 Railway St, Yandina, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Cost: $10.00

Listed by: TheShared

Roots, Rock, Reggae, Peace, Love and Music.

We have a beautiful soulful February line-up for you!

Z-Star Delta - From the acoustic sublime, to rambunctious rock, and beyond; Z-Star's hypnotic presence, bewitching raspy blue tones, big acoustic guitars and swampy grooves laced with Seb’s dark desert slide, psyche blues guitars and synth make for a beautifully dangerous concoction.

David Spry and the High Moral Ground - Original singer/songwriter, David Spry Music draws influence from his world travels and relates this to his Indigenous Australia heritage through heartfelt, powerful and uplifting songs. From a long line of storytellers, David uses his inherited gift and shares his experiences in a contemporary style of Roots music with a uniquely upbeat vibe.

With a stage presence that is commanding, David gives birth to a diverse global sound that effortlessly combines Reggae, Roots and Blues incorporating an acoustic fervour and the snaking Rootsy grooves, David's repertoire sees audiences both dancing with reckless abandon and entranced and inspired by the warmth of his beautiful ballads.

Whether it be his solo acoustic style or with his full band 'The Moral High Ground' his cheeky rapport leaves a memorable experience. David has made his mark in the Australian music scene sharing stages supporting talents such as Busby Marou, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Ash Grunwald, Andrew Strong, Jeff Lang and Archie Roach (as part of his Indigenous Gospel Choir) Michael Franti & Spearhead and Tex Perkins.

Chris Flaskas Trio - Roots Funk Rock legends Chris Flaskas Trio bring real live tribal acoustic sounds to the doorstep of your senses sharing a multi dimensional experience that will touch and invigorate your soul.

Chris Flaskas Trio's trademark sound is a re-imagining they call 'Earth Rock'—a high-power blend of alternative, coastal roots, funk, folk, blues and Indigenous music utilizing native instruments. Through the bands unique magnetic connection & Chris's thoughtful, philosophical lyrics and soul infused instrumentation- ship the Trio has earned the reputation for being a powerful motivating & uplifting act that has wowed and deeply moved audiences.

The Shared Kitchen will be open serving beautiful food, smoothies and coffee for you. BYO. See you beautiful folks soon!