“I sometimes worry that my love for you may ruin me.”
Cody ChesnuTT is an artist who has made a name for himself in music from being simply who he is – someone who is a little left-of-centre, unapologetically honest and who knows how to write and deliver a unique soul tune. Heading to a Cody ChesnuTT concert, though, you don’t quite know what to expect.
Currently in Australia as part of Melbourne Festival for what will be his first tour Down Under since 2006, Cody ChesnuTT will also be performing a brief run of headlining tour dates this weekend. Today we’ve got the acts chosen to open in each state, with ChesnuTT’s team demonstrating a thorough understanding of the local
Soon to be in town as an integral part of the musical landscape for this year’s Melbourne Festival, neo-soul crooner Cody ChesnuTT called in to Music Feeds Studio for a much-needed catch up. Given that it’s been more than six years since ChesnuTT was in town, we had a lot to talk about. He may
The Melbourne Festival 2013 lineup has just been announced and there’s a huge selection of contemporary musical offerings set for this year’s event, including Yo La Tengo, The Polyphonic Spree, Cody ChesnuTT, Fuck Buttons, Gurrumul, Flight Facilities and Active Child, who spilled the beans on his involvement earlier today. The festival is set down for
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Cody ChesnuTT is bringing his blend of revelatory R’n’B and gospel-tinged southern soul to Australia this October for shows in Sydney and Brisbane, off the back of his second full-length album, Landing On A Hundred. ChesnuTT’s been described as what might happen if you combined equal parts James Brown and Otis Redding,
Most of you should remember Cody’s super hit Look Good In Leather (or “Ode to Tnev” as referred to by nobody) from 2001, and perhaps more well-known re-working of The Seed which featured The Roots, but admittedly, the southern soul man has been pretty quiet since then (sparing a brief appearance in Dave Chappelle’s Block