Andrew McSweeney is a prolific and powerful song man, songwriter, singer and guitarist, with a loyal and hungry following of listeners, and with his new band, The Wishing Horse, together deliver soulful songs from their heart.
‘The voice of an angel backed by mesmerising vocal and instrumental arrangements’.
Andrew McSweeney & The Wishing Horse are currently promoting the EP, Hiding In Plain Sight featuring Andrew’s brother Paul on guitar, HIPS producer Michael Ingvarson on piano, Gabriella Favretto on vocals and their daughter Nichola on vocals and bass and their son Ben on drums. It truly is a family and an uplifting affair. Take a listen to some of The Wishing Horse below:
Ngiyampaa man and First Nations singer-songwriter Pirritu’s (Brett Lee) music is gentle, honest and from the heart. Strange and melodic chords frame this songwriters vocals that weave around his lyrics like a gentle wind, enticing you into the depths of his personal journey, singing you a story of both sadness, love and hope.
Pirritu (meaning ‘Brett’ in Ngiyampaa Language) was adopted by a non-Aboriginal couple as a newborn baby and raised to be proud of his Aboriginality, to follow his cultural journey and to connect back to family, culture and language – a journey he began when he was 14 years old. Two things drive his continual thirst to connect to his people, country, language and culture – his one year old daughter and his passion for music.
Take a listen to some of Pirritu’s music below:
This is a show with premium front row seating as well as general admission (mostly seated). Doors open at 3pm and tickets can be purchased below:
See you there 🙂