Date(s) - 10/02/2019
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Shiraz Republic
Live music continues at the Shiraz Republic throughout February with Vintage Blues featuring Sons of the Blues and Ben J Carter.
Hailing from Castlemaine, Sons of The Blues comprises Patrick Byrne on vocals, guitar and stomp box, and John Phillips on lead guitar. They’ve been a Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival fixture continuously since 2012.
John Phillips’ musical pedigree is long and distinguished and his collaborations read like a ‘who’s who of Australian music’ including Goanna, Kikx, The Urban Principle and Za Za Biskit. Patrick Byrne has been mostly a solo artist with a passion for intense, stylised vocal interpretations of the blues. Together they serve up a fine blend of the blues ranging from the subtle interplay of Kind Hearted Woman to the full force of Crossroads Blues.
After honing his skills busking the city streets of Melbourne, Ben J Carter turned his attention to writing, recording and playing his own brand of folk and country blues to venues and festivals across Victoria including The Echuca Moama Winter Blues Festival, Bendigo Blues & Roots Festival and The Bendigo Blues Tram. His one man band live show incorporating acoustic guitar, weissenborn lap steel, stomp box, percussion and harmonica goes from soaring slide guitar and blues hollers to folk song ballads.
As always, you can expect some great food, great wines and great beers on tap for you to relax and enjoy in our spacious cellar door. Make use of our free pool tables, inside and out and plenty of picnic tables & couches for you to relax, unwind and enjoy good conversations at The Shiraz Republic.
The Shiraz Republic and Cornella Brewery’s Sunday Sessions, starting in Spring of 2017, are a monthly event held at The Shiraz Republic cellar door, with a focus on live music, food and a great atmosphere.
Free Entry. Lunch from 12PM. Music from 3PM.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.