Triffid Roots: Little Georgia And Sian Evans (Presented By Sarah Howells)

Things to do
0 Love It
Save it
Triffid Roots: Little Georgia And Sian Evans (Presented By Sarah Howells)
More Less
The Triffid says
FREE ENTRY

Presented by Sarah Howells
Kick back with a cold beer every Sunday afternoon as Triffid Roots—presented by Sarah Howells (Roots N’ All)—takes over the venue and beer garden to bring you the best of Brisbane and Australia’s blues, roots, folk, contemporary jazz, soul, reggae and world music.




Little Georgia

At the heart of Little Georgia is a true friendship. After several years on the road touring together as part of different projects, Ashleigh Mannix and Justin Carter have now decided to explore their passion for songwriting together in this new collaboration.

In January 2015, the duo launched their new project at the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Not only did Little Georgia receive an overwhelming response from the mass of festival goers, they were also crowned the festival’s 2015 busking champions in the non-country category.

Their first single, Heartbreak, is a catchy indie/alt-country tune that delivers both compelling lyrics and beautiful harmonies, revealing the honesty of the duo’s music.



Sian Evans

Still riding the wave of a summer season that saw her pack out shows at Woodford Folk Festival, be nominated as a finalist in the Toyota Star Maker competition at Tamworth Country Music Festival and take out ‘Best Video’ in the inaugural Queensland Music Design Awards, Sian Evans is taking her recently released country-folk fused EP, How Time Has Treated Thee, back on the road.

Featuring renditions of traditional folk songs (Blackest Crow, Worried Mary), boutique covers (Close Your Eyes, Delia), and the self-penned single, Take Me Home, How Time Has Treated Thee sees Sian Evans paying homage to her roots.

As she says, ‘It’s village dance music: joyful, active, communal, mournful and something everyone can be a part of.’
More Less

By: The Triffid

LiveReviews|0
1 person listening