5 February - Grace Barbe
Drawing from the diverse cultural melange of the islands, Grace's trio fuses the tropical rhythms and dances of rock, afrobeat, reggae and pop.
12 February - Natalie Gillespie
Natalie Gillespie is one of Perth’s most soulful singer/songwriters. A passionate storyteller, Natalie weaves her whole heart into each and every song, taking her audiences on a journey into her most vulnerable and joyful moments.
19 February - Trisk featuring Chris Foster, Nick Abbey and Daniel Susnjar
Fuelled by their fiery musical rapport, TRISK present high-energy and spontaneous shows influenced by hip-hop, jazz, pop, folk, R&B, and world music.
26 February – Victoria Newton
Victoria has been serenading audiences for many years here in Perth and in the UK where she was recognised as one of the most exciting and dynamic jazz singers on the London jazz scene.
5 March - Trevor Jalla
Blues, gospel, funk, folk and soul - music that speaks from the heart, to the heart. These are the styles Trevor grew up on, raised in a musical family and taught piano by his mother at the age of 5. He picked up the guitar at 8, and since then has grown to love the guitar sounds of BB King, Buddy Guy, Albert Collins, Jimmie Vaughan and T-Bone Walker, the soulful vocals of Otis Redding,
12 March – Dave Hyams and Rose Parker
One of Australia’s most inspiring blues guitarists teams up with Rose an acclaimed singer, songwriter and guitarist.
19 March – Siobhan Cotchin
West Australian alt-country singer-songwriter Siobhan Cotchin has emerged recently as one of the brightest burning talents in the growing country music scene. writing style that echoes the effortless musing of Lucinda Williams, laced with inspiration drawn from Bob Dylan, Siobhan’s jangly luminous melodies hover over story telling lyrics as she effortlessly pulls the listener into a world of introspective self-discovery.