Lou Bradley At The Milk Factory W/ Jimmy Dowling & Jen Mize

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Lou Bradley hails from the hills from the Northern Rivers NSW. So does her music. With children already grown and moved on and a swag full of accolades including an ARIA nomination over her shoulder, Lou Sings of her many years of lifes experiences with a deep soul. Though don't be fooled by her sweet voice, as it has an undertow of bitter truth in the lyric that wil most likely pull you in a direction that you will resist. www.loubradleymusic.com

"...Lou Bradley is brimming with honest emotion.....her album Moonshine captures perfectly the joy of making music for musics sake....Bradley has the prettiest and most delicate of voices, like some outback Iris Dement, with a high lonesome aspect that tears at the heartstrings." Polly Coufos - THE WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN - 4 Stars.

".....You Were Always There For Me is such a f***ing good song it took me hours to mix it. I cried the whole time...." - Bill Chambers

Joined by Jimmy Dowling and Jen Mize.

Jimmy Dowling's music has a raw but skilled quality throughout. It's authentic, confident, and engages your attention in its emotive, visual language. You'll find a nostalgic empathy and visceral reflection of the everyday, of the everyman. The tracks are poetic in lyrics and music, pushing boundaries and expectations. Dowling's strong delivery shines beyond the mediocre to touch your imagination. His precise selection of elite Australian musicians lifts this album onto the international stage. www.jimmydowling.com

“There's nothing quite like moving to another country and going through an extreme identity crisis to find out who you really are,” reflects American songwriter Jen Mize. A descendant of the Lumbee Tribe of native Americans, Mize hails from a family of Georgia cotton and North Carolina tobacco farmers, Appalachian moonshiners, and growers of what she of what she likes to winkingly refer to as “questionable crops.” www.jenmize.com

Tickets $15 @ the door. Please note doors are at 8pm.
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By: The Milk Factory