Gig Guide, September 21-24

MEMORABLE: Gillian and Terry will perform a string of classics through the ages for their next gig at The Spa Bar in Daylesford this Saturday night. Expect songs from Fleetwood Mac, Cold Chisel, Amy Winehouse and more.
MEMORABLE: Gillian and Terry will perform a string of classics through the ages for their next gig at The Spa Bar in Daylesford this Saturday night. Expect songs from Fleetwood Mac, Cold Chisel, Amy Winehouse and more.

Thursday, The Norm Gray Trio @ The Spa Bar Daylesford

The Norm Gray jazztet perform music by the great American jazz composers from the 1930s to the 1960s. The sound is smooth, swinging and sophisticated. For this gig, they will be joined by the fantastic Myles White on guitar,  Norm Gray on flugelhorn, trumpet and vocals and Simon Wigney on double bass.

Saturday, Gillian and Terry @ The Spa Bar Daylesford

Playing acoustic versions of favourite hits from classic rock  bands in their own style – from Dragon, the Pretenders, Fleetwood Mac, Jimi Hendrix, Cold Chisel and Bob Marley to Hoodoo Gurus, the Divinyls, Kinks, Small Faces, Amy Winehouse, Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stones. And that’s all in the first set!

Saturday, TK Reeve @ Old Hepburn Hotel

TK Reeve is a multi-instrumentalist who sings and plays blues material. His blues is reminiscent of traditional artists, although he plays primarily on electrified instruments and uses a foot stomp to accompany his own and others' songs. His powerful baritone-register voice and raw delivery of songs are said to make a significant impact on his audiences. Influences include Hank Williams, Charley Patton, Elmore James, Lightnin' Hopkins, Fletcher Henderson, Jimmie Rodgers, Franny Beecher, Louis Jordan, The Walters, Sonny Boy Williamson and Don Helms.

Sunday, Martha Keenan @ Old Hepburn Hotel

Martha Keenan, 22, was born and bred in Dublin. She began playing classical music at three, moving from violin to cello at 10. Another constant in her life has been traditional Irish music, which Martha has sang and played from a young age. While classical and traditional music are huge influences in her life, she also has a love of artist of the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Joan Armatrading, Thin Lizzy, the Beatles and Otis Redding. Since moving to Victoria earlier this year, she has developed a keen interest in the Australian music scene.

Friday, Scott Fraser @ Blue Bean Cafe, Hepburn Springs

Saturday, Ellerby @ Blue Bean Cafe, Hepburn Springs

Sunday, Stand Up Comedy @ Blue Bean Cafe, Hepburn Springs