The 20th anniversary edition is going to be the festival’s biggest to date
Four of Australia’s most talented, most hairy muso dudes have bonded over their love for two classic Beatles albums. Husky Gawenda (Husky), Jordie Lane, Marlon Williams and Fergus Lincare (Kingswood) will perform Rubber Soul and Revolver live back-to-back in a series of world first shows in Australia this winter. The logically titled Rubber Soul Revolver
Singer songwriter Jordie Lane will return to Australia in February for his first tour in over a year, performing 27 festival and headline dates around the country until April. The tour takes Lane to nearly all corners of the country, save NT, with stops including Port Fairy Folk Festival and Blue Mountains Music Festival. Joining
The lineup for the Woodford Folk Festival 2013/2014 has arrived. The event is set to help you ring in the new year in style, with some of Australia and the international scene’s most lauded and beloved folk, rock and roots artists including Beth Orton, The Basics, and Clare Bowditch! In its 28th year, Woodford organisers
One of Australia’s most celebrated storytellers to ever strap on the ol’ timber and steel, Jordie Lane has announced a brand new EP Not Built To Last set for release Friday, 18th October, and the week after Lane will be heading out in a run of national tour dates. And when this dude says ‘national’,
Now in its seventh year, Between the Bays is a firmly established calendar day for Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. A festival geared towards families, 2012 features a wealth of new children’s activities such as Stake Boarding workshops, Indigenous hip-hop performance and workshop, Martial Arts workshops and even Zumba for kids; in addition to free rides. For those who are more
Jordie Lane has gained quite a reputation and a somewhat mythical persona with critics as the reincarnation of Dylan du jour.
Melbourne-based troubadour Jordie Lane will be joined a by a host of talented artists on his ‘Sunday Bleu’ tour this November and December.
With his full band in tow, Melbourne-based troubadour Jordie Lane is pleased to announce they will play their last headline tour of the year this November and December.
“I do have to settle down,” Jordie Lane explains about his on tour behaviour.
With his impressive debut album Sleeping Patterns heralded as ‘album of the week’ by Radio Adelaide