Daylesford Gig Guide, April 25

ECLECTIC: Jarrod Brentnall's performances showcase everything from creative arrangements of Aussie classics to cleverly constructed '90s tunes and originals.
ECLECTIC: Jarrod Brentnall's performances showcase everything from creative arrangements of Aussie classics to cleverly constructed '90s tunes and originals.

Thursday, Edgeley and Williams @ Spa Bar, Daylesford

A collaboration between Arkie T. Williams and Trudy Edgeley. A meeting of their blues, alt- country, folk and rock sounds, harmonies a feature.

Saturday, Ten Story Tale @ Spa Bar, Daylesford

Real, original, honest and from the heart alternative rock originating from Glenlyon and Franklinford.

Featuring Jack Oskar Larm (vocals & bass), Dave Marshall (electric guitar) and Oli Patsch (drums).

Friday, Friday Frivolities @ Old Hepburn Hotel 

All the usual fun including Happy Hour from 6-8pm, cocktails, plus trivia, Joker Poker, Bar Wars, community raffle and footy tips.

Sunday, Gabe Atkinson @ Old Hepburn Hotel 

The Human jukebox. Dance the night away or just sit and listen to this amazing musician.

Atkinson is a world-renowned guitarist and an extremely versatile vocalist with a vast repertoire.

Friday, Jared Brentnall @ Blue Bean Cafe

Jared Brentnall solo is described as a trip. His song list is extensive and thoughtfully catered to suit many occasions, from easy-going acoustic Sunday sessions, to drunken Friday night singalongs.

Whether it is Brentnall’s creative arrangements of an Aussie classic, a cleverly constructed 90s tune or one of his originals, Brentnall will take you on a trip through highs, lows and everything in between.

Saturday, John and Paul (Five Mile Sniper) @ Blue Bean Cafe

Sunday, Buck Jr @ Blue Bean Cafe

Sunday, Adam Harvey and Beccy Cole @ Theatre Royal Castlemaine 

Adam Harvey and Beccy Cole will play  a stripped back show largely featuring songs from their 2017 no. 1 country album, The Great Country Songbook Volume II.

Having toured the country on several occasions previously since their first encounter, this format will highlight their authentic country vocals and wicked humour

Harvey’s songs and voice is unmistakably country and instantly recognisable, something which has provided him with a long career.

Cole is the poster girl of Australian country music and continues to demonstrate why she is an in demand live entertainer.

Harvey said: “I love working with Beccy Cole and we have toured many times over the years. I love that I get to perform these songs on tour with my good friend who I believe is the best entertainer in the business".

Cole was just as eager: “Sharing the stage with Adam is like putting on a comfy pair of old jeans, it fits and it works!

“We have always had the same approach to putting on a show, the audience comes first and our job is to leave them thoroughly entertained.

“I know this live show will be fun, funny and full of surprises – that’s always been Adam’s and my aim.”