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Ben Watt – Everything But The Girl: POSTPONED


Sun 26 Apr 2020, 7:00pm–11:00pm

Where: The Vanguard, 42 King St, Newtown, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $59.90
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Ben Watt—on sale now!

Ben Watt and his band will perform gems from throughout his 40 year career at three very special Melbourne and Sydney shows this April.

Ben Watt’s breakthrough 1982 5-track EP Summer into Winter featured Robert Wyatt on piano and backing vocals and his sparse atmospheric 1983 debut album “North Marine Drive” reached #9 in the UK Indie Album Chart featuring solos from British alto sax giant, Peter King.

"The gentle mesh of flowing melody, woven instrumentation and mood of hard-earned contemplation adds up to something quite profound." - The Telegraph

In 1983 Ben put his solo plans on hold to perform and write full-time with Tracey Thorn in Everything But The Girl. The duo delivered 12 UK Top 40 singles including "Missing" and "Wrong", and nine studio albums including the Top 10 "Walking Wounded" and "Temperamental".

Join Ben and his band in celebration with a night of beautiful music, evocative lyricism and exceptional song-craftsmanship.

"…intimate, sophisticated pop… subtle guitar elegance and detailed lyrical explorations…always with a subtlety that matches the music's slanted beauty." - Rolling Stone