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man holding a guitar sitting across from a woman on a train

The Grahams are an Americana folk-rock group made up of lifelong musical and romantic partners, Alyssa and Doug Graham. In 2013 they travelled the Mississippi to the Atchafalaya swamp in Louisiana, in 2015 they rode the American rails, resulting in a new album and an award-winning film. In 2017, The Grahams embarked on their most adventurous journey yet, pointing their Harleys west to explore the concept of 'real' America with the eccentric and notorious characters who live and work in the strange and mysterious world that is Route 66.

Lucas & King - two people sitting next to each other, looking at the camera unsmiling

Lucas & King write songs of simplicity and depth that pull influence from classic genres of music, from country to 60’s pop. Above all, they champion the song which you can clearly hear in the melodic intricacies and the Honesty of the lyrics.

Wesley Randolph Eader - Man with long hair looking at the camera without smiling

American folk and old-time country singer-songwriter Wesley Randolph Eader has family roots all over Tennessee, but was born and raised among the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. His storytelling songs showcase a broad understanding of American roots music: country ballads, bluegrass stompers, talking blues, old time gospel camp tunes and topical songs.

 Free, non ticketed. 

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Sun 29 Jul: 7:00pm