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Soul Messengers

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Returning to Butchers Brew Bar for more sweet soul and raging RnB, Soul Messengers play from 9pm.

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

Soul revivalists, Soul Messengers, are a Sydney based Soul and RnB band. They have released 3 studio albums and album #4 will drop in 2020. 2017's Vision & Faith reached #5 on the Australian Blues and Roots Airplay chart and their previous albums, 2013's 'I'm Alive', and 2015's 'Dirty Soul' also garnered great reviews and nationwide radio play. 'Dirty Soul' featuring as Sydney Jazz and Blues radio station Eastside Radio’s album of the week.

The bluesy-soul revivalists present a dynamite live show honed at regular gigs in Sydney and surrounds, the band having played over 130 shows since 2015 at venues such as Sydney's The Basement, Marrickville's Lazybones, Dulwich Hill's Butchers Brew and Newtown's Vanguard.

In addition to performing regular shows Soul Messengers have been added to NSW festivals Kiama Jazz & Blues Festival, Double Bay Street Festival and The Northern Beaches Music Festival in multiple years. Add in past residencies at Enmore's Vic on the Park, Marrickville's Gasoline Pony and Newtown’s Botany View Hotel and you have one of Sydney's most booked originals bands.

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