SCALA Returns in 2018 For Another Whizbang Year

SCALA Live is showcasing next on February 15th. Little Bright, Des Wade and Surfing With Scissors!

There will be a break during Fringe and recommence March 22nd with a Special Event ‘Canadian Night’. We will see the return of the wonderful Scott Cook, along with his friend Corin Raymond [also from Canada]. The very lovely Alexander Black and Emma Grieger will be the local content for the evening.


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Thrilling You Softly

Elaine McLaughlin and I had a super night at The Jade Saturday July 15 with our brand new show this 2017 Umbrella Festival.  Elaine, recently arrived from the UK has now released her gorgeous EP ‘Six More Days’, out to Australian audiences. You can purchase this through iTunes or stream on Spotify.

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EP News

Good Heart EP in the Charts!

Good Heart EP spent several weeks in the 3DRadio 20+1 charts in December / January peaking at No.5.

A few of the tracks, mainly Good Heart; Pity Me and Can’t Stand By have hit the No.1 and 2 spots Australia wide on N1M [online music platform]. Chic Chic Boom has hit No.4 for N1M Americana charts in Australia!

Review and Interview

Checkout BSide Magazine Issue #99 for an up close and personal Q&A on pages 64-65 and review of the launch Issue #101 on the very back page


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Melrose Music Muster


There was no Muster in Melrose in 2017. Organisers apologise and hope to return in 2018.


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Radio News


Thanks goes to Tonk’n Along with Tonks for airing Pity Me on Voice Of The Avon 101.3FM

Thank you to Rachel Connor for airing Pity Me on her fab radio show – such an apt song for The Grave Yard Shift on Triple R – 3RRR 102.7FM


Thursday Dec 14th, I was chatting to Kallen on Bumma Bippera 98.7fm Drive show based in Cairns.

I had fun chatting to Jodie and Jon on The Pulse 88.9fm Tamworth NSW, Tuesday December 4th about the new single / EP and upcoming events. On Wednesday 5th, Tony Wright from DB Community Radio 102.1fm in Donnybrook, WA was talking to me on his show Wright On.

I had the chance to speak to Ian Crombie on Saturday November 4th. Ian recorded the interview and is playing it on his Radio16 show ‘Homegrown Country’ Saturday Nov 11th from 3pm.

The sweet Dale Ackland has introduced my new single Pity Me on his 3D Radio show ‘3D Lounge’ aired Tuesday 24th October @ Noon. Thanks also to Ali Oakley for spinning a couple of tracks from the EP on her Saturday morning Heavy Petal show.

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Running Away Launch Video Clips

September 2014 I returned to the studio at Red Brick Music with Anthony Stewart, Emily A Smith and Lily de Leo to record my new single “Running Away”.  With the help of Emily’s lead guitar, Lily’s luscious harmonies plus the wonderful strings of Amy Baker and Brian Doddridge’s harp, the single was launched from a packed out Wassail Wine Bar in Prospect November 8th.

You can see some of the footage from this on my You Tube Channel 

Adelaide Songs

The all new Adelaide Songs Show is booked into two different venues for four shows during 2018 Adelaide Fringe Season

We will begin the season March 2nd 2108 at The Old Courthouse in Auburn as part of the HATs program, followed closely behind with shows at The Jade in Adelaide. The first Jade show is March 3rd and final two shows are both March 10th matinee and early evening. Tickets now available through Fringetix.

Newly titled as Adelaide Songs Director’s Cut, you can also find us in the printed program, now available from your nearest live performance friendly venue.

Courtney Robb from Paperdoll Graphic Design has created this amazing new image for Adelaide Songs which we will be using well into the future.

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