Tenderfoot + Milo Green At The Milk Factory

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Tenderfoot + Milo Green At The Milk Factory
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Tenderfoot + Milo Green At The Milk Factory says
Tenderfoot + Milo Green
Friday 25th November
Doors: 8:30pm
Tickets: $10 on door
18+ only

Tenderfoot believe that the best music, speaks for itself. And, their debut record does just that. With a nod to classic acts like The Band and Bob Dylan, Tenderfoot have created a sound that’s unaffected, it’s all of it’s own. Fusing their organic approach with modern influences like Coldplay has resulted in a debut record that has garnered strong early interest, securing them a management deal and seeing a few publishing offers already on the table.

The group is comprised of long time friends and collaborators John Vella, Joel Burton and Anthony Donlon. With a deep desire to make a record that had performance at its heart, the guys approached good friend Ryan Miller to engineer and mix the record, and then followed him into Jim Moginie from Midnight Oil’s studio to make it happen.

Vella’s knack for melody and arrangement is apparent in each track. The front man and songwriter brings his experience as a composer for one of the worlds largest music library companies Audio Network and a lifetime of playing music to the mix. Working on big name campaigns for the likes of Qantas, Telstra and the Sydney Opera House has seen him transition into making music his full time job.

The decision to form Tenderfoot was a natural progression. The band shares a love for the sounds of great music and a passion to bring it back to the people. Tenderfoot’s members are all accomplished in their own right and Bassist Joel Burton is one of Sydney’s most in demand session players. His skills have seen him share the stage or open for many highly acclaimed artists, including John Legend, Roy Ayres, Jamie Liddell, and Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings.

Milo Green
Fun and folky Milo Green is a singer-songwriter with a rebellious streak who loves to entertain. Green, an alter-ego of award-winning producer and songwriter Paul Appelkamp, first played acoustic, folk and blues live in Sydney's smokey, intimate venues over a decade ago at age 17. The audacious multi-instrumentalist has since supported Australian songwriting legends such as Josh Pyke, Diesel and James Reyne (Australian Crawl).

A move to the Byron Bay hinterland six years ago saw Green focus on several alternative-rock and artistic projects. However the birth of his son and daughter in the past two years inspired him to reprise his love of well-written, acoustic-based songs, leading to the creation of a bold and powerful new single, "Only Love", to be released at the start of 2017.
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