24 Oct

Check out Talisa’s great new music video for her cover of Bowie’s “Changes”. Big thanks to Matt and Pat Langton for your awesome filming and editing!

13 Sep

The Girls Who Sold the World
A David Bowie Tribute Album Launch

The Girls Who Sold The World is an acoustic tribute to British pop legend David Bowie. Local female singer songwriters joined together and generously contributed their time to produce an album featuring their own unique interpretations of David Bowie songs.

Involved in the project are some of Victoria’s most exciting up and coming performers. Al Parkinson is a regular performer around Melbourne, both as support and in headlining positions at venues including the Toff in Town and Wesley Anne. Both Alex Scott Douglas and Lauren Taylor are often found capturing audiences at Melbourne’s numerous acoustic venues, from The Old Bar to the Edinburgh Castle. This event will also introduce exciting trio Parapluie’s beautiful arrangements and harmonies, while Bendigo local Talisa Jobe’s visceral roots tunes are regularly heard throughout both local and rural venues.

Some of the feature tracks are Starman – Parapluie, Space Oddity – Talisa Jobe, John I’m only Dancing – Al Parkinson, Magic Dance – Lauren Taylor and Suffragette City – Alex Scott Douglas.

“A young indie folk trio inspired by the sweet sounds of Bob Dylan, Fleet Foxes, Angus & Julia Stone, flooded with enchanting three part harmonies and unique lyrical tales.”

On Parapluie

“Simply seeing this lady perform, you immediately feel like she is an old friend. Her hilarious onstage banter is the perfect compliment to her soulful voice, playful ukulele, and wonderfully constructed stories of love and loss. Stripped back like old time blues, her music is what music should be; honest and real.”

On Al Parkinson


The Wesley Anne

High St Northcote 28th October

Doors 7:30pm

$10, tickets at the door.