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Australian Music Week

ASM Global Stage, Wilbar Lane, Cronulla

Showcasing more than 150 artists over its three days, Australian Music Week boasts genuine music discovery across an incredibly diverse cross-section of Australian and international music, from Indie, Rock, Pop, Electronica, Rock and Blues through to Folk, Americana and Country.

Little Green, otherwise known as Amy Nelson is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Sydney. Incorporating guitar, vocals, sax and flute into her live show, she has been likened to artists such as Joni Mitchell, Jethro Tull, Tash Sultana, and the guy from Anchor Man. Catch her set on Friday the 8th November at Code One stage!

More information on Little Green, Aus Music Week and tickets here:

Little Green "Raw Tour" Blackheath

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Blackheath Bar and Bistro, Shop 1/35-41 Govetts Leap Rd, Blackheath, NSW

This is the final show on a mini-tour yet to be announced! I grew up in this beautiful town, and can't wait to play a show there for the first time... See you soon Blue Mountains friends. This is a free event so all you need to do is rock up :)

Little Green, otherwise known as Amy Nelson, is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Sydney. Incorporating acoustic guitar loops, vocals, and flute into her live show, she has been likened to artists such as Joni Mitchell, Jethro Tull, Tash Sultana, Ricky Lee Jones, and the guy from Anchor Man.

The artists debut single, Sweet Pain, premiered on The Music, hit number 14 on the Triple J Unearthed pop charts and lead to a sold out single launch show in 2019. Her latest release is a unique blend of acoustic jazz, indie, folk and pop, in an EP titled ‘Raw’, and she is currently travelling around the country working with some of Australia’s best young producers for her highly anticipated next single, playing live shows along the way.

Listen Up Music Sydney Semi-Final

The Newsagency, 74-76 Pyrmont Bridge Rd, Annandale, NSW

Sydney, it's that time of year again! Time to hear some of Australia's greatest songwriting talent all in one room, spreading positive messages surrounding mental health 🤯💚.

Listen Up Music's 'The Songwriting Prize' is back for its FOURTH year! The theme of 2019 is "Songs that Heal" and our entrants have showered us with music that does exactly that!

Come make some musical memories at this year's NSW/ACT Semi Final (26th Sept 2019 @ The Newsagency)🎶.

Your Sydney Semi Finalists are (in alphabetical order): 2oolit Ashrae Music Boulevarde Cap Carter Citadel Soul Music Dave Wells Music Eniaz Music Fanny Lumsden Katie Fuentes LittleGreen LIV LI R.J. Ferry Vendulka


The Money War & Valley Onda Support

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The Chippo Hotel , 87-91 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale, NSW

The Money War & Valley Onda + Special Guest Little Green

Just three months after the release of their debut album ‘Home’, The Money War are back with their new single ‘Life Is Better In Dreams’, the title track from a new EP. The Money War are touring nationally in support of the EP including showcasing at Bigsound.

The track was inspired by a recent trip back to Ollivierre’s homeland: the Caribbean island of Bequia. The result was a creative period where Ollivierre and Pepper penned an album worth of new songs. “It’s been 10 years since I visited and it’s reconnected me with a stronger sense of who I am,” he says. “It’s such a different way of life over there and a lot of things made sense - the way I am, the kind of music I gravitate towards”. This shines through in the new EP with some deeply personal songs that come as a direct response to their lives over the last few months.

Since their formation in 2015, their success has seen them touring nationally with the likes of Meg Mac, Dope Lemon, Holy Holy, Neil Finn, and playing festivals both at home and abroad (Southbound, FOTSUN, SXSW). They’ve amassed over a million streams and multiple playlist adds on Spotify, secured airplay on radio stations across the globe including BBC6 (UK), KCRW (USA), NPR (USA) and cracked college radio charts in the US. In Australia, multiple singles received airplay on RTR, FBi, 4zzz and Double J, and “Recall” went on to be Triple J’s 5th most played track of 2017.

Valley Onda -

Started as an experimental project between Georgia Fair's Jordan Wilson and virtuoso drummer/producer Galan Sultmann, Valley Onda have evolved into one of Sydney's most interesting new bands – finding the final piece of their musical puzzle in Lamalo's producer/keys guru Michiya Nagai. Flawlessly blending electronic and acoustic percussion, synth and strings with Wilson's deep and baring lyric matter, the band have crafted their first generation of songs with thoughtful precision – best found in their stunning debut single, Relentless.


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Strawberry Hills Hotel, 453 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills

To all you music lovers out there... Sunday 9th August we will host another #UNITE live music event 🍻 our Sunday Sesh for travellers and cool cats featuring an array of live music, $5 buck coronas, $10 pizzas, $15 jugs of the beer of the month, free entry and hysterical banter. Remember this event is the first Sunday of every month! See you here! 😁

Line up for the day:

Amy Nelson - 3pm - 5pm Kieran Morris- 5pm - 7pm Luca Martellotti - 7pm - 9pm

Jesse Younan Tribute 2019

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The Newsagency, 74-76 Pyrmont Bridge Rd, Annandale, NSW

The Jesse Younan Tribute Show comes to The Newsagency for the first time. Now into its' 11th year, the Tribute show is a special evening celebrating the musical legacy of the acclaimed singer/songwriter, the late Jesse Younan.

Jesse Younan passed away on 22 July 2008 after a short battle with leukaemia after just finishing his fourth studio album ‘A Good Day for a Migraine’.

The album received outstanding critical acclaim and an ever increasing number of fans who have been deeply moved by Jesse’s unique, beautiful singing, virtuoso guitar-skills and masterful song writing.

The night promises to be a moving and powerful celebration of a exceptionally talented musician who used the magic of words and music to cope with life’s struggles.

“There is no softness in a Jesse Younan song but there is much tenderness. By that I mean that he doesn’t avert his eyes, or yours, from harshness lived or observed … Astonishingly good.” – Bernard Zuel (SMH)

This show WILL SELL OUT as it does each year. Get in early and DON’T MISS OUT.

All proceeds go the Leukaemia Foundation.

Little Green Launch Party

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107, 107 Redfern Street, Redfern

Quick Info: Genre: Jazz-Folk-Pop Date: 26th April 2019 Time: 7:00pm-11:00pm Location: 107 Projects in Redfern (107 Redfern Street, Redfern, NSW) Tickets: $15 adults, kids get in for free! Incentive: There will be gifts, prizes, art, music and good vibes guaranteed! Please note: This is a licensed venue. NO BYO

Little Green

RED BAR, 36 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, NSW

Come chill out, and enjoy a night of music with Little Green and special guests!

The multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter from Sydney, creates an eclectic sound through her funky and ethereal flute/sax melodies, percussive guitar loops, and unique voice. Drawing from jazz, pop, folk and reggae influences, her music is fun and easy to listen to, as she uplifts, inspires, and connects with her audience. Stay tuned for the release of her first EP in early 2019...

SET TIMES 7:30pm Tom Darcy 8:30pm Alexie Pigot 9:30pm Little Green

FREE ENTRY Selling CDs for $10 on the night