City Sounds Gig Guide
Interviews and Features
City Sounds is Australia’s largest free live music program, presenting local and touring bands and artists in the Queen Street Mall, Post Office Square, South Bank and other locations around Brisbane each week.
With everything from alternative and folk, to jazz and electro, and everything in between, City Sounds has something for every music lover.
Abbie Cardwell writes songs that pay homage to her influences. Armed with her tenor banjo, guitar, ukulele, harmonica and voice, Abbie proves why she is truly one of Australia’s greatest female talents.
Experience high-energy acoustic music as Camaron De La Vega combines the old songs of Andalucia with the modern sounds of Flamenco to tell the story of southern Spain through his guitar.
Eddie Gazani is a guitarist, songwriter, poet, singer, percussionist and producer. His sound reflects his extensive knowledge of Brazilian music and 7-string classical guitar technique, following in the footsteps of the Brazilian masters.
Introducing to the world cinematic folk, the musical and visual that is the powerhouse sound of Ella Fence, the frontwoman of her three-piece, all-female trio.
Moski Jo Solo is Michael Josephson, singer/songwriter from Brisbane indie-folk band Moski Jo. His music when solo is a lyrically focused, passionate but soothing modern folk sound.
RAASA performs classical music for tabla and sitar from the eastern deserts of Rajasthan to the Himalayan ranges, capturing the sounds and moods of the people.
A passionate mix of Middle Eastern-inspired folk, in English, Ladino, Romani and Turkish. Traditional instruments enrich the stories told in songs and instrumentals, paying homage to the storytellers of the old world while also bringing contemporary tales to audiences.
Australia’s largest free live music program, City Sounds, is now on each Saturday from 3pm at South Bank!
We sit down for a chat with muso Pat Tierney about his musical aspirations, his favourite shows and just what he loves about Brisbane.
Ahead of his gig as part of City Sounds, Brad Butcher recently took some time for a bit of Q&A and to talk about his new album Jamestown.