Two more SA acts at The Bridgewater Arts Centre. Sept 14th! 7:30pm
Spring will be upon us and there will be a need to recover from cabin fever and reconnect with the world after some biting and wet wintry days. Come build community, meet other music lovers, meet the musicians and be amazed at what can be achieved with creativity and practice. There is never enough music in the world and we can always fit more people in the audience.
Moonta Street is the heart of Adelaide’s Chinatown, where the lions stand guard on the street and the music of this new group perfectly reflects that synergy of East & West/Ancient & Modern that is contemporary Adelaide.
Moonta Street brings together five diverse musical forces to create a music that spans continents. A balance of traditional and original songs and instrumentals talking about issues of our times. Their unique Australian sound brings together traditional folk, blues, rock- reggae and jazz. Described by fans as ‘Asian world music meets retro surf sounds”, Moonta Street is also ambient, hypnotic and timeless creating a majestic soundtrack that talks about the modern world where East meets West.
Chloe Warrick is a 20 year old singer/ songwriter originally from the Riverland who now lives in Adelaide. Her music has an indie-pop feel and she takes inspiration from wherever she can. She takes inspired primarily from Australian female songwriters and performers. Most of her songs are feel-good acoustic numbers with heartfelt messages. She’s played around Australia and aspires to bring a smile or a tear to the face of whoever is listening, and make then understand her lyrics on a personal level.
Bridgewater Uniting Church
407 Mount Barker Road
Bridgewater, SA 5155
Tickets available at Eventbrite.
General – $15,
Conc – $10,
Children to 12yo – free.