DIESEL + Colin Lillie

While still in his teens, American born guitarist/singer Mark Lizotte was snatched from his bar band in Perth and launched on to the Australian charts as the leader of Johnny Diesel and the Injectors. A career was born and now some 30 years later Diesel is still rocking Saturday nights around the nation. Johnny Diesel and the Injectors moved from Perth to establish themselves in Sydney in 1987. They quickly became known for Diesel’s extraordinary versatility on the guitar and his rich, soulful voice. The debut album shipped platinum and entered the charts at #2. It was the biggest-selling album of 1989.

‘Hepfidelity’, Diesel’s first album under his own name in 1992 was a mega-platinum smash and earned him ARIAs for Best Album and Best Male Talent. He is one of only a select few Artists to win a Best Male Talent ARIA three times (along with John Farnham, Alex Lloyd and Gotye).

The next albums –‘The Lobbyist’ and ‘Solid State Rhyme’ confirmed his status as one of Australia’s most significant recording artists. A non-stop six years that included extensive touring, recording and starting a family was capped in 1996 with the ‘Short Cool Ones’ project that he cut with blues harp player Chris Wilson. Diesel then scored a residency at the prestigious club Arlene’s Grocery. He was discovered all over again, this time by Mammoth Records who teamed Diesel with legendary producers Jerry Harrison and Gavin Mackillop for the ‘Lost Soul Companion’ album. In 2002, Diesel and family moved back to Australia. He assembled a band and also began gigging as a solo artist. The 2005 album ‘Singled Out’ put Diesel back on the radio and gave him a hankering to pump up the volume again. It also marked a new phase in Diesel’s career, and time for a new album. 2006′s ‘Coathanger Antennae’ was recorded in two months with Diesel backed by bassist Richie Vez and drummer Lee Moloney. Back in Australia, and back on a roll, the albums and the tours kept coming – original albums adorned with radio hits followed with ‘Days Like These’ in 2008 and ‘Let It Fly’in 2013 interspersed with his now signature original and masterful renditions of rock, soul and blues classics via the themed albums ‘Saturday Suffering Fools’ in 2009, ‘Under The Influence’ in 2011, and the triumphant ‘Americana’ album in 2016. Diesel is celebrating 30 years in music with a newly curated collection of songs.

The new album Diesel 30 – The Greatest Hits is out now and features 14 Top 40 hits, including Tip Of My Tongue, Come To Me and Soul Revival… plus the new song, Give Me Saturday Night. Continuing to light up Saturday Nights on this special 30th anniversary tour, Diesel has now added a bunch of solo shows to his Give Me Saturday Night National Tour. Don’t miss Diesel performing a ‘best of’ collection of tracks in solo mode in venues across the country. BUY TIX HERE ..

The Black Sorrows

Due to popular demand after their sell out show in January we are thrilled to have The Black Sorrows returning to the Monkey!

The Black Sorrows have earned the reputation as a dynamic live act. There is a level of accessibility to The Black Sorrows that can appeal to the newest of fan. At the helm, Camilleri steers the band through an energetic interplay of solid grooves and well-crafted songs that mix those well-worn ingredients of blues, soul, R&B, gospel, country and even Brill Building pop.

Spontaneous (forget set lists) and emotionally driven, Joe ensures that no two performances are ever the same. Camilleri’s mantra is simple “we come to play and leave the audience feeling exhilarated”. And play they do… Joe Camilleri and The Black Sorrows backed up their late 2016 sixty date national tour promoting The Sorrows’ 18th album release Faithful Satellite with a 2017 summer tour then shows in the UK and Europe Never being one to sit still Joe and his long-term writing partner Nick Smith at it again getting ready for a new release.  The Black Sorrows continue to be one of Australia’s most enduring touring bands and a festival favourite. Membership in The Black Sorrows has always been loose and fluid with Camilleri being the only constant. In keeping with Joe’s desire to continually move forward, the latest incarnation of The Black Sorrows is – Claude Carranza (guitar/vocals), Mark Gray (bass/vocals), John McAll (keyboards/vocals) and Angus Burchall (drums).  

In 2014 Joe Camilleri celebrated 50 years in the music business. The release of the highly acclaimed album Certified Blue added to the 50th celebrations by giving him his first mainstream chart appearance in almost a decade. Certified Blue peaked at #2 in the ARIA Jazz and Blues Chart and remained in the chart for over 40 weeks. 2015 saw the band tour Scandinavia for the first time in twenty years in support of the release of ARIA nominated album Endless Sleep. Europe is now permanently on the touring agenda.  Camilleri launched The Black Sorrows, a loose band of like-minded musicians, in 1984 following the demise of his seminal band Jo Jo Zep and The Falcons the year before. From humble beginnings playing inner-city cafes around Melbourne and selling albums from the boot of a car, Camilleri transformed the band into one of the most sophisticated ensembles in the country.

The independently released album Dear Children, represented a turning point once CBS/Sony stepped in with a world-wide deal. When radio picked up the classic track, Mystified, The Black Sorrows really took flight releasing multi-platinum sellers Hold On To Me, Harley & Rose and The Chosen Ones. The Black Sorrows have won the ARIA for Best Band, played sell-out shows across Europe and sold more than two million albums worldwide.  Writer of milestone Australian songs such as So Young, Hit And Run, Shape I’m In, Hold On To Me, Harley and Rose, Chained To The Wheel, Never Let Me Go and the Chosen Ones, Joe Camilleri’s music has become part of Australian music culture.

As a member of Jo Jo Zep and The Falcons, Joe was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2007. Camilleri has shown fans and critics alike that he is a performer with an undeniable energy and love of it all… BUY TIX HERE…

The Black Sorrows

Due to popular demand after their sell out show in January we are thrilled to have The Black Sorrows returning to the Monkey!

The Black Sorrows have earned the reputation as a dynamic live act. There is a level of accessibility to The Black Sorrows that can appeal to the newest of fan. At the helm, Camilleri steers the band through an energetic interplay of solid grooves and well-crafted songs that mix those well-worn ingredients of blues, soul, R&B, gospel, country and even Brill Building pop.

Spontaneous (forget set lists) and emotionally driven, Joe ensures that no two performances are ever the same. Camilleri’s mantra is simple “we come to play and leave the audience feeling exhilarated”. And play they do… Joe Camilleri and The Black Sorrows backed up their late 2016 sixty date national tour promoting The Sorrows’ 18th album release Faithful Satellite with a 2017 summer tour then shows in the UK and Europe Never being one to sit still Joe and his long-term writing partner Nick Smith at it again getting ready for a new release. The Black Sorrows continue to be one of Australia’s most enduring touring bands and a festival favourite. Membership in The Black Sorrows has always been loose and fluid with Camilleri being the only constant. In keeping with Joe’s desire to continually move forward, the latest incarnation of The Black Sorrows is – Claude Carranza (guitar/vocals), Mark Gray (bass/vocals), John McAll (keyboards/vocals) and Angus Burchall (drums).

In 2014 Joe Camilleri celebrated 50 years in the music business. The release of the highly acclaimed album Certified Blue added to the 50th celebrations by giving him his first mainstream chart appearance in almost a decade. Certified Blue peaked at #2 in the ARIA Jazz and Blues Chart and remained in the chart for over 40 weeks. 2015 saw the band tour Scandinavia for the first time in twenty years in support of the release of ARIA nominated album Endless Sleep. Europe is now permanently on the touring agenda. Camilleri launched The Black Sorrows, a loose band of like-minded musicians, in 1984 following the demise of his seminal band Jo Jo Zep and The Falcons the year before. From humble beginnings playing inner-city cafes around Melbourne and selling albums from the boot of a car, Camilleri transformed the band into one of the most sophisticated ensembles in the country.

The independently released album Dear Children, represented a turning point once CBS/Sony stepped in with a world-wide deal. When radio picked up the classic track, Mystified, The Black Sorrows really took flight releasing multi-platinum sellers Hold On To Me, Harley & Rose and The Chosen Ones. The Black Sorrows have won the ARIA for Best Band, played sell-out shows across Europe and sold more than two million albums worldwide. Writer of milestone Australian songs such as So Young, Hit And Run, Shape I’m In, Hold On To Me, Harley and Rose, Chained To The Wheel, Never Let Me Go and the Chosen Ones, Joe Camilleri’s music has become part of Australian music culture.

As a member of Jo Jo Zep and The Falcons, Joe was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2007. Camilleri has shown fans and critics alike that he is a performer with an undeniable energy and love of it alL .. BUY TIX HERE..

Mi Sex + The Persuaders

Party like it’s 1979 when Mi-Sex bring their mammoth live show and unique blend of rock meets new wave, meets punk meets disco, to the Brass Monkey for one night only – Friday 9 August – with special guests, The Persuaders.

Celebrating 40 Years of Graffiti Crimes, Mi-Sex live will deliver all the hits from their award-winning debut LP – ‘Compu-pu-pu-pu-pu-pu Computer Games’, ‘But You Don’t Care’ and the title track, ‘Graffiti Crimes’ – in a 90 minute set brandishing their many hits from the era – ‘Space Race’, ‘People’ and ‘Blue Day’.

Mi-Sex Graffiti Crimes rode the collision of punk rock, dance and disco to the top of the charts in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, Austria, and South Africa. Truly, madly, deeply, the LP became the catalyst for an entirely new era in music and fashion – new wave. ABC's Double J embraced new wave and Mi-Sex became regular guests on Countdown, which saw the group shoot to #1 with ‘Computer Games’, before rounding-out the decade with its landmark performance at the Sydney Opera House – revered by those of the era as the ‘Concert of the Decade’.

Early the following year, Mi-Sex Graffiti Crimes scooped the 1980 COUNTDOWN / TV WEEK MUSIC AWARDS with 4 gongs in all: Best/Most Popular Single (Computer Games), Best Album (Graffiti Crimes), Best New Talent (Mi-Sex), and Best Production (Peter Dawkins/Graffiti Crimes). #BringBackTheBush with #Mi-Sex-Live-Sex for a party bold enough to channel ’79 all over, all ‘round… BUY TIX HERE…

Kevin Bennett and The Flood

Having served his apprenticeship in rock bands – Moving Pictures, The Honeymoon and Chasin The Train, indigenous singer/songwriter Kevin Bennett began The Flood as a vehicle for his earthier, more narrative music. The Flood ploughs the same fields as Don Walker, The Dingoes, Paul Kelly and Archie Roach with an ‘Australian-ness’ that flows naturally through the songs.

They have performed at the Byron Bay Bluesfest, The Dreaming Festival, Gympie Muster, Narooma Blues Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival and are regulars at Tamworth. Along the way, he has toured with The Band,The Highwaymen, The Neville Brothers, Kim Richey, Kevin Welch (culminating in a live album and DVD), Loudon Wainwright, Gregory Page and many more. KB was honoured to be included as part of The Dingoes, in their 2010/11 reunion tour and guesting on their subsequent albums ‘Tracks’ and ‘Live At Last’.

In the recent past KB has also been part of Bennett, Bowtell and Urquhart, a harmony-driven alt-country trio which has taken both Best Group and Alternative Album Gold Guitars at the 2017 awards and Vocal Collaboration in 2019. ‘Is this the best, most original and accomplished collection of alt-country songs (tinged with gospel, blues, soul) since Kasey Chambers’ The Captain? A true rarity: glorious harmonies with songs of depth and honesty, happily free from the Aussie jingoism of utes, mates and the mythical outback. It’s forged out of the Australian experience but, in its level of playing, singing and songwriting, it could hold its head high in any company.’ Bruce Elder review of ‘Weeds’ by Bennett, Bowtell and Urquhart.

The Flood’s 2019 offering, ‘Blood Red Ties’ is concerned with family, roots, country and ALL the ties that bind. It speaks to, and is informed by, the Australian landscape and the people of this wide, brown land. ‘Should a fuss be made about perfectly reasonable, humanist, thoughtful ideas that don’t pander? I mean, this album is not just a solid mainstream country record in parts, it’s also in other parts a reminder that alt.country has a longer history than a revival in checked shirts and questionable beards. It has a lot of good songs, and a lot of very good playing.

There isn’t a huge surprise that Kevin Bennett isn’t bothered hiding his questions about casual xenophobia*, grasping what a connection to the land means beyond owning it for a couple of generations, and escaping abuse that goes beyond family to a wider, uglier society.

Most of the songs on ‘Blood Red Ties’ turn on pretty much that question of how you value character, whether it is the man whose luck has turned even worse in ‘Just Another Town’ (“His birthday present wintercoat from Vinnies ‘79/Kept the Melbourne chill from his Sydney bones, in the wintertime.”), or the one searching for redemption in ‘Spaghetti Western’ (Gaarruma Li) (“His wide eyes are flailin’ like butterfly wings/He hears music in the slipstream when the siren sings.”)

‘Down The Line’ doesn’t just pay homage to a great Australian tradition of bluesy country rock as represented by The Dingoes, it brings them in to play on the song – yes, that’s Kerryn Tolhurst on steel! – and burnishes that tradition. Bennett still puts his faith in the women and men around him, not a myth or a higher power. That faith may be the most radical thing of all on this album……’     Bernard Zuel review of ‘Blood Red Ties’ excerpts

The current line-up is KB (Vox/Guitar), Glen Hannah (Guitar/Vox), Wayne ‘Killer’ Kellett (Bass/Vox), Gary Carruthers (Guitar, Banjo, Mando, Harmonica/Vox) and Mik McCartin (Drums/Vox). Rhythms magazine calls The Flood ‘the best Australian roots band since The Dingoes.’

I f****n love ‘em’!……..Tim Rogers BUY TIX HERE …

Kiki Dee (UK)

Join the legendary Kiki Dee for a special intimate performance as she celebrates 50 years as a recording and touring artist of the highest quality.

Kiki Dee is best known for her smash hit duets with Elton John, “Don’t go breaking my heart” and “True Love” one of the most sought-after Wedding waltzes’ in the English language.

Her fist hit single however, was “I got the music in me” followed by the haunting and beautiful “Amarouse” which stayed on top of the international charts for many weeks.

Kiki Dee is one of the most prolific recording artists of our time with 40 singles, 4 EP’s and 12 Albums to her credit.

Her current show features Carmelo Luggeri, an exquisite guitarist, producer, singer-songwriter. They have curated a show which fans across the world can not get enough of, as over 100 performances per year testifies

Her performance at the historic Live Aid concert at Wembley stadium is a milestone in her long career.

Other hit songs include

“Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, “How Glad I Am” “On a Magic Carpet Ride” and “Star which later became the theme music to the BBC TV programme Opportunity Knocks.

Kiki was the first British artist to be signed by Tamla Motown.

In this, her first ever tour to Australia Kiki will perform all her hits as well as classic covers and tributes to Leonard Cohen and others

In the early 1990’s Kiki joined forces with songwriter, producer and guitarist Carmelo Luggeri, who had worked with Bill Wyman, Julian Lennon, Andy Williams, Paul Rodgers, Kenney Jones, Ray Cooper, Chris Rea and Ralph McTell. Carmelo produced some bonus tracks for “The Very Best of Kiki Dee” album, and, having hit it off musically, they took on a new musical direction together, playing acoustic concerts, starting with an appearance at The Royal Albert Hall for World AIDS Day in 1994.

Over the last 18 years, Kiki and Carmelo have successfully curated and toured their unique acoustic-based show in the UK and Europe. Their first release in 1995 was the live album “Almost Naked”, which was recorded whilst on tour with violinist Vanessa-Mae. “It was a shock at first to perform just the two of us”, said Kiki. “I remember bursting into tears after our first tour date, but it soon felt good to have the freedom of working with just a voice and guitar and writing songs while on the road”. BUY TIX HERE ..

Robert Forster (Go-Betweens)

Inferno is acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Robert Forster’s first solo album in 4 years – his second album over the last eleven years. Forster only makes records when he feels he has the songs – on Inferno, he has 9 he totally believes in.

They range from the exhilarating top ten pop of ‘Inferno (Brisbane In Summer)’, the beach shack groove of ‘Life Has Turned a Page’, via ‘Remain’s 1977 New York strut’, to finish in a way that this concise, brilliant, drama and wit filled album only can – on the big build epic ‘One Bird In The Sky’.

Inferno was made in Berlin in 2018, during the hottest German summer in decades. Noted producer/engineer Victor Van Vugt (Beth Orton ‘Trailor Park’, P J Harvey ‘Stories of the City, Stories from the Sea’), recorded the album; the first time he and Forster had worked together since Van Vugt engineered Forster’s debut solo album classic ‘Danger In The Past’ in Berlin in 1990.

Inferno in its making is a perfect mix of the familiar and the new. Also working with Forster again, are Brisbane based multi-instrumentalists Scott Bromiley and Karin Bãumler from ‘Songs To Play’ (2015). While, new recruits are drummer Earl Havin (Tindersticks, Mary J. Blige) and keyboardist Michael Muhlhaus (Blumfeld, Kante). Four musicians from the corners of the world, who, with Van Vugt’s bold and beautiful production, sound like a band of the ages. In front of them, Forster delivers the best vocal performances of his career.

Over the last four years Forster has been busy. He curated the acclaimed, Domino Records released, ‘Anthology Volume 1 1978-1984’ on his old band The Go-Betweens. His memoir ‘Grant & I’ was Mojo and Uncut’s Book Of The Year. He continues to publish music journalism, play concerts, and he never stops writing beautiful songs.

He looks forward to touring Inferno with a full band tour in Australian tour in July. BUY TIX HERE …

Jeff Lang + Special Guests

Australian guitarist-songwriter-vocalist-producer, Jeff Lang has built a reputation for making startling music that is accomplished, intricate, gutsy, melodic and loaded with soul. Often taking unexpected turns, he has consistently inspired his audiences by creating a stylistically diverse catalog of over 25 albums.

As legions of journalists have written, Jeff is not one to be easily pegged, though in a general sense it’s fair to say he largely trades in roots-oriented rock; wider reaching in collaborations with the likes of roving guitar anthropologist Bob Brozman, American blues-rocker Chris Whitley, India’s desert-dwellers Maru Tarang and world music virtuosos Bobby Singh and Mamadou Diabate. Jeff’s work with the latter won the 2010 ARIA (Australia’s Grammy) for Best World Music Album, while he and Brozman took one home for Best Blues and Roots Music Album in 2002. Jeff received that same award on his own in 2012.

Jeff has mischievously called his music ‘Disturbed Folk.’ One writer referred to him as a “quiet achiever.” But the overall impression one has from observing Jeff’s lengthy career is that of a driven man who keeps his head down, playing and recording music as if his very life depends on it.

Outside of his homeland, Jeff has toured the UK, Europe, Japan, India, China, South Africa, New Zealand and Canada as well as concentrated work in the U.S., where he has played upwards of 300 shows, living there for 6 months at a time. He has appeared on prestigious American radio programs A Prairie Home Companion, Mountain Stage and Acoustic Café. Jeff has shared stages with Bob Dylan, Dr. John, Richard Thompson, Bonnie Raitt, Ani Di Franco, Chris Whitley, Albert Collins, Loudon Wainwright III, Greg Brown, John Butler, AR Rahman and Bob Geldolf, among many others.

Jeff has delivered show-stopping performances at festivals all across the globe: The Dublin Blues Festival, Philadelphia Folk Festival, Quebec City Music Festival, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, Winterhawk Bluegrass Festival, Fuji Rock, Glastonbury, Echo Park China, Ottawa BluesFest as well as on his home turf at Port Fairy, Woodford, Bluesfest Byron Bay and Womadelaide.

Jeff Lang’s unique musical vision easily finds a home in myriad settings, from large festival stages to the intimate, long-running Ann Arbor, Michigan club The Ark to the Sydney Opera House. Most importantly, Jeff Lang has achieved what is a rarity in the cluttered world of contemporary sounds: his own voice.

“Jeff Lang is, in my humble opinion, a national treasure, a truly gifted songwriter and an outstanding guitarist. He has been inspiration to countless Australian and internationally renowned roots artists and surely has a place in history as one of this generation’s finest. He has really touched me and musically, I had a kind of revelation…”
John Butler, John Butler Trio

“Australian guitarist Jeff Lang weaves remarkably skilled blues guitar around his songs, effortlessly playing complicated parts but never at the expense of the songs themselves.”
The Onion

“Lang’s only reference point is himself, a unique singer-songwriter-guitarist who follows his own path”
Le Soleil, Quebec .. BUY TIX HERE ..

Mental As Anything + Joel Leffler

Formed at art school in 1976 Mental As Anything are now commemorating the 40th anniversary of their first 1978 record Mental As Anything Plays At Your Party with a reissue of the original vinyl. Produced by the late Cameron Allan as the first product of Regular Records Label only 1100 copies were pressed at the time. A rerelease of this disc in the original vinyl in late 1978 is being celebrated by a live multitrack multi camera recording of Mental As Anything’s 2018 full live show.

The present line-up of the band features original singer keyboardist Greedy Smith; ex Atlantics guitarist Martin Cilia; drummer Jacob Cook; guitarist vocalist Craig Gordon and bassist vocalist Peter Gray. Greedy is keen to show off this latest version of the Mentals to display their reverence for the original recordings and turning out fine new original material. “The response we’ve been getting over the past twelve months from punters all over the country has told me that now is the time to show off this set with this line-up.” “People have been very concerned and understanding about Martin pulling out due to cancer and I’ve felt a responsibility to bring the band as close as I can back to the original recordings to protect the legacy.”

Recorded at Surfersaurus, Hillsdale Australia in front of a party crowd. Long time collaborator producer engineer Steve James (RocknRoll Music, Cyclone Raymond, 5 Track ep) has captured a fat and accurate audio signal and Moshcam with its multi camera production has caught the Mentals doing what they’ve been doing for over 40 years. BUY TIX HERE ..

Square One & Birds Basement Presents: Van Hunt (USA) + Daniel March

Grammy Award winner Van Hunt has attracted critical praise touring both as headliner as well as alongside such diverse acts as Kanye West, The Roots, Coldplay, Mary J. Blige & Dave Matthews Band.

Van’s self-titled debut established him as a distinctive and original talent with its idiosyncratic melding of R&B, soul, funk, pop & rock ‘n’ roll. The single ‘Dust’ received a 2005 “Best Urban/Alternative Performance” Grammy nomination. ‘On The Jungle Floor’ followed two years later, highlighted by the single, ‘Character’. In 2007, Hunt received a Grammy Award for “Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals” honoring Family Affair, a collaboration with John Legend & Joss Stone.

Hunt’s 2011 release ‘What Were You Hoping For?’. reached the Billboard’s Top 50 R&B and was listed among “The Best Albums of 2011” by New York Daily News, The Chicago Tribune, The LA Times, The AV CLub and a league of other music publications.
‘The Fun Rises, The Fun Sets’, followed in 2015. On August 11, 2017 Blue Note Records finally released “Popular”. Shelved since 2007 the album was pulled from the label’s release schedule at the dawn of a tumultuous decade for the music industry. Nevertheless, the album become an underground sensation, a classic lost album hailed by LA Weekly as “a left-field stunner” for its “trippy fusion of funk grooves, punk guitar and soul vocals.” 

Joining Van on his first visit to Australia is Daniel March. Fresh from a European tour supporting Mama’s Gun and Minneapolis funk legend St. Paul Peterson (The Time, The Family/fDeluxe) Daniel is an exciting new face taking his place amongst the independent soul music movement with his debut self titled album. Released in Japan via a deal with acclaimed label P-Vine and in Korea through Leaplay Records (Angus & Julia Stone, Brian McKnight) the 10 track long player showcases a rich blend of soulful sounds that is both lyrically refreshing and musically appealing. 

Splitting his time between London and Sydney, Daniel March has been honing his craft working with the likes of Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, and MC, Maimouna Youssef aka Mumu Fresh (The Roots, Common), Chantae Cann (best known for her work with Grammy Winners Snarky Puppy and Foreign Exchange), Jordan Rakei, Wallace, Thandi Phoenix, Young Gun Silver Fox’s Andy Platts and rising UK star Tiana Major 9 to name but a few. 

Influenced equally by the likes of Prince and Van Hunt as he is the soulful acoustic work of Ben Harper and John Mayer, Daniel’s organic early recordings took place in Atlanta, Georgia USA alongside the likes of Khari Cabral Simmons (Donnie, India Arie), acclaimed songstress Julie Dexter and Bugz In The Attic’s Daz-I-Kue but it was his 2015 single ‘Nina’ that saw him mentioned as one to watch in soul circles. In December 2017 Daniel followed up ‘Nina’ with the single ‘Falling For You’ and a remix by Ashley Beedle through Ramrock records. ‘Falling For You’ landed Daniel substantial airplay on UK radio such as Mi Soul, Solar, Jazz FM and BBC. BUY TIX HERE…