Live at The Levee presents Changing Tides this Summer!
A night time event held on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 January.
Attendees can enjoy a range of live music performances from a floating stage on Maitland’s Hunter River.
Catered to all ages, the evening will involve relaxing under the stars on a hot Summer’s night where people can purchase dinner from the local restaurants and cafes or bring a picnic and enjoy a fun and social atmosphere with family and friends.
To keep up to date with Changing Tides and their locations, be sure to follow us on Facebook and for other ways on how you can Make it Maitland this Summer please visit our website.
LIVE AT THE LEVEE PRESENTS CHANGING TIDES schedule
|Friday 21 January||6.30pm - 7.15pm||Lu Quade and The Happy Accidents|
|Friday 21 January||7.45pm - 9.35pm||The Hedonists|
|Saturday 22 January||6.30pm - 7.15pm||Teagn Claire|
|Saturday 22 January||7.45pm - 8.30pm||Kim Churchill|
|Saturday 22 January||8.50pm - 9.35pm||Ash Grunwald|
ARTIST LINEUP - SATURDAY 22 JANUARY
Ash Grunwald is one of Australia’s most successful blues musicians, with six top 50 albums and two APRA Awards.
In addition, he’s been nominated for six ARIA Awards and four AIR Awards, and he was named Best International Act at the LA Music Critic Awards in 2014.
2019 saw Ash release the acclaimed album Mojo, and publish his first book, Surf By Day, Jam By Night. Most recently, Ash collaborated with Josh Teskey on the top-10 album Push The Blues Away.Catch his electrifying live show.
Kim Churchill is an Australian folk, rock, and blues singer, songwriter, and musician.
Kim has exceptional energy, perfection and a very humble, down-to-earth personality.
He has released six albums: With Sword and Shield/Kim Churchill in 2010, Detail of Distance in 2012, Into the Steel in 2013, Silence/Win in 2014, Weight Falls in 2017 and I Am in 2019.
A traveller as much as an artist, Kim has lived on the road for years, but it was no longer enough just to pass through; for Kim it was time to show that world in his songs.
After The Sun, the warm, loping first single from a new project where each song taps into the people and environments of some of his favourite parts of the world, is Kim showing the value of a new way of thinking, of writing and of living.
Following in her father’s footsteps, Tegan Claire started tapping her foot to the likes of Bob Dylan, John Prine and Lucinda Willams from a very young age.
At 14 her hands grew big enough to hold a guitar and she started to play homage to the country and folk music she was raised with. Born and bred on the South Coast of NSW, the now 28 year old is based in Newcastle.
Performing locally at classic venues and various community events as well as the occasional street jam, Tegan is driven by a hunger to encourage and inspire through story telling and honesty.
Life experiences have been the catalyst to her creativity. Her passion only gets stronger every day and you can hear it growing in her songs.
ARTIST LINEUP - FRIDAY 21 JANUARY
Live at The Levee presents Changing Tides is so stoked to announce The Hedonists, three mates who’ve been playing music together for over a decade.
The music is quirky, loud and all about maximising fun at no one’s expense.
Pandemic, floods and pandemic again have prevented The Hedonists from playing at LIVE at The Levee since 2020.
Fourth times the charm, right?
LU QUADE & THE HAPPY ACCIDENTS
Lu Quade and the Happy Accidents are a bunch of friends that play Lu’s songs together.
They are Newcastle’s premiere purveyors of ‘ Rambunctious Sad-Core ‘.
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