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Stapylton Street Coming Out Of Iso Party


Sat 1 Aug 2020, 7:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Banshees Bar and Artspace, 131 Brisbane Street, Ipswich, Ipswich & West Moreton

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Listed by: stapylton

How does 1.5 hours of upbeat folk, reggae, happy rock with a dash of country topped with a few drinks with mates sound?
Banshees Bar & Artspace (Ipswich) Saturday night, August 1.
Tickets are limited so you better get in fast!

Stapylton Street have been together as a creative unit since 2017. Like most grass-roots bands, they organically discovered and honed their sound in an old garage attached to the lead singer’s house. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Jason Mraz, Bernard Fanning, Mumford and Sons, the John Butler Trio, Powderfinger, Pete Murray and John Mayer, the band’s repertoire is extremely diverse. Comfortable performing a range of genres, they seamlessly flow between feel-good folk, up-beat pop/reggae, and a dash of pop-rock occasionally reminiscent of the country music heard at the Tamworth festival. The group’s versatile, eclectic style is accentuated by their unique instrumentation. From ripping electric guitar leads to beautiful acoustic guitar riffs with some banjo, trumpet and melodica thrown in, audiences are kept wondering what their ears will be treated to next. Their clever lyrics leave a powerful impression, subtly incorporating messages about love, sex and loss into the playful vibes created by the group. Audiences get chills from the strong words and harmonies of “Suzie Part 1”, “Throwing Stones” and “Elliot” or find themselves dancing involuntarily to the beats of “Kill Me Slow” “Ride With Me” and “Never Stop”. Stapylton Street frequents gigs around Brisbane and the Gold Coast, always leaving their audience with a spring in their step, wanting more.