Tim Solly Live At Jive W/ Matt J Ward And Alison Coppe

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Tim Solly Live At Jive W/ Matt J Ward And Alison Coppe
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Fresh from wowing the crowds at Tamworth and Whittlesea Country Music Festivals, Tim Solly has kicked off 2017 in style with the release of his new Ep 'Waking Up'. This exciting new Alt-Country/Folk release features Tim delivering "Nick Cave and Tom Waits like intensities” (John Kinsella, The Australian) and is transporting listeners on a journey of love, loss, heartache and the search for identity. With an infectious and charismatic performance style and emotive storytelling at the heart and soul of his music, Tim Solly is mesmerising crowds across the country and quickly garnering praise as one of Australia's edgiest new entertainers. “Solly’s performance is compelling, and his presence fills the room… his dark heart beats with great passion.” - Cicely Binford, Xpress Mag

Joining Tim on the leg of the tour is Matt J Ward & Alison Coppe.

Matt J Ward is an Australian singer-songwriter delivering a soulful blend Australian Country, Red Dirt and Americana music. His recently released self-titled EP, recorded at Adelaide's legendary Mixmasters Studio with Mick Wordly, has drawn comparisons with Neil Murray, Shane Howard, Corb Lund and Sturgill Simpson among others. Soulful vocals, compelling story telling and rich arrangements, Matt's authenticity cuts through, delivering genuine emotion and evocative snapshots of the places he's been and the intriguing life he's led. His musical influences, from 60s Nashville to 70s West Coast to late 70s Australian rock, meld into an uncommon soundtrack of heart-worn highways and west Texan dive bars.

Alison Coppe is a singer-songwriter and poet from Adelaide, South Australia. In 2017, she released her first single 'Back to Your Door' with her band The Janes. Landing somewhere between k.d lang and Nick Cave, with a pinch of Lucinda Williams and Martha Wainwright's distilled poetics, Alison Coppe is a new voice with an old soul.
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By: Tim Solly