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Soul Messengers


Fri 14 Aug 2020, 7:30pm–10:30pm

Where: Street Market Asian Tapas, 116 Willoughby Rd, Crows Nest, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Capacity 30 due to CV; Gen Adm Dinner & Show $70 +bf: $70.50
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: music8ry

Music at StreetMarket presents the Soul Messengers

Limited capacity audience tickets available.

Soul Messengers - are a Soul and R&B band with 3 critically acclaimed studio albums. They continue to knock out blistering live shows and are currently working on a 4th new album due for release this year.

Soul revivalists, the Soul Messengers are featuring songs from their newest album 'Vision and Faith', reaching #5 on the Australian Blues and Roots chart.

They are regulars on the Sydney circuit & have performed for NSW festivals Double Bay Street Festival and the Northern Beaches Music Festival, Kiama Jazz & Blues Festival, Double Bay Street Festival and The Northern Beaches Music Festival.

"Soul Messengers sound is deeply rooted in soul, R&B and funk. It's a sound that is simultaneously dirty and luxurious" - Huffington Post

"This is the real deal and I loved every second of it. 'Vision & Faith' sounds like a forgotten classic" - Ripple Music

"Rich, on this showing and the live clips that are out there, proves that he certainly is the real thing." - Malcolm Carter, PennyBlack Music UK, reveiwing their lead singer

Rich Aljinovic (vocals, guitar), Simon Morel (guitar), Hadi Ansell (bass) and Dave Kirby (drums).

Don't miss this opportunity for an up-close & personal performance!

Venue upstairs of the StreetMarket Asian Tapas Restaurant.

Capacity for this show is limited. Book with Alan now!

Dinner sittings of 6 or 7pm.

Bespoke tasting dishes designed by Gastronomist, Alan Liang. Recommended as home of "The Best Ribs In Sydney" and "The Best Tapas In Sydney" by The Urban List.

Heralded as a 'sensory celebration' by Concrete Playground, and a 'free-for-all snackfest' by Time Out.