Daylesford Gig Guide, October 10

Wednesday, Live Piano Bar @ Spa Bar Daylesford

DIFFERENT: The unique stylings of synthesiser rock heavy World Turtle World are coming to Daylesford this week.

DIFFERENT: The unique stylings of synthesiser rock heavy World Turtle World are coming to Daylesford this week.

Thursday, Sean Dixon @ Spa Bar Daylesford

 A Daylesford-based singer-songwriter, self-taught on guitar and piano, Dixon has spent substantial parts of his youth travelling the world sharing his songs. From teaching guitar to kids in an orphanage in northern India to busking in the old town of Stockholm, he has shared his musical rhythm amongst many.

Friday, Live DJ, Pancho Combo @ Spa Bar Daylesford

Saturday, World Turtle World @ Spa Bar Daylesford

World Turtle World have incarnated into human form and settled on Earth in the rural town of Castlemaine. During breaks from this work, they formed a band. Their sound? Dynamic synthesiser rock. They take listeners through a sonic odyssey, weaving lyrical themes of esoteric poetry with the absurd, leaving audience and band members alike wondering which is which.

Friday, Friday Festivities @ Old Hepburn Hotel

Saturday, Michelle Parsons @ Old Hepburn Hotel

Parsons, a frequent visitor to the area – blues belter and fine interpreter of artists such as Melissa Etheridge and other classic acts – will return to the pub. She has built a reputation as one of Melbourne's top solo acoustic acts, and along with guitar virtuoso and vocalist Mark Hughes has formed one of the most popular music duos on the live circuit. Parsons is renowned for her on-stage presence.

Friday, Next Episode @ Blue Bean Cafe

Saturday, The Douglas Normans @ Blue Bean Cafe

Sunday, Open Mic @ Blue Bean Cafe

Sunday, Archie Roach and The Peace Choir @ Theatre Royal Castlemaine

Part of Mental Health Week, this is a celebration of the Peace Choir's 10 year-existence with a special performance by Archie Roach. The Peace Choir grew out of a desire to create opportunities that enabled local people to contribute to their own patterns of mental health, connection, peace and well-being – drawn together by the connecting threads of music, food, company and song. Many of the songs are written by Roach, who will headline this concert to celebrate the choir’s anniversary and raise funds for the Archie Roach Foundation.