Music in January 2020

We are running music evenings again in January 2020

Every Friday evening in January 6pm to 8pm - Music on the lawns

  • Seating is limited so bring a chair or a rug if you can.
  • You can also bring your own food to these events but not your own alcohol.
  • Entry is free.
  • If the weather is lousy the show will be cancelled - we will advise of this here and on our Facebook page.

This year's line up is...

January 3

Leah Senior

Melbourne folk diviner Leah Senior silences audiences with her other-worldly presence and unique lyricism. Her latest album Pretty Faces (2017) pays homage to her dark folk roots while hinting at pop and psychedelic undertones. The album twirls gently in its own form of 60s folk revival with fragile but effortlessly nimble melodies and prose like lyricism.

Imogen Price

Phillip Island local Imogen Price is a singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist. Showcasing incredible talent at just 18 years of age, Imogen’s songs are inspired by growing up on beautiful Phillip Island and the people she has met along the way.


January 10


Melbourne-via-Ballarat five-piece, Crepes have come a long way since forming in high school. They released their sophomore album, 'In Cahoots' in early 2019. In Cahoots marks a new chapter in the retro-edged pop rock of Crepes. With all songs written together and recorded live for the very first time, Crepes emerge with a newfound energy and synergy. 

Cool Sounds

Cool Sounds are a Melbourne-sprung indie guitar-pop outfit. They’ve been playing together

since the mid 10’s, fluid in line-up but with writer/vocalist Dainis Lacey at the heart of it, whose idiosyncratic vocal makes the band instantly recognisable.Notable for their guitar-lick interplay and hook laden melodies, the band make jangly pop songs brimming with ideas. With 3 EP’s and 3LP’s under their belt, Cool Sounds have established themselves as mainstays in the Australian Indie Music scene.

January 17

Good Morning

Melbourne’s Good Morning are beloved at home and abroad. The band released two albums in 2019 and just returned from their first ever USA tour. Their sound is marked by propulsive guitar melodies and lyrics of concise, casual poetry. Slightly belying their decidedly no-frills approach to recording and playing live, the band consistently pack out Melbourne venues.

January 24

Darren Hanlon

Darren Hanlon is one of Australia’s most respected singer songwriters. He is known for his charming urban folk and his engagement with his audiences, through his down-to-earth storytelling. He is able to create a whole scene from the sum of its subtleties with his idiosyncratic wit interspersed with poignant moments. Hanlon has released five solo albums, four EPs and nine singles in his illustrious solo career and has toured with the Weather Station, Michael Hurley, Billy Bragg, Violent Femmes, The Magnetic Fields and Courtney Barnett. It’s going to be just him, his guitar and a whole lot of lyrical songs and stories drawn from his adventures around the globe.

Emma Russack

Having released five critically-acclaimed solo albums, as well three in collaboration with The Ocean Party’s Lachlan Denton, played at the Sydney Opera House and 2017’s Meredith Music Festival, toured Europe several times, had a US network sync on ‘The Walking Dead’ and even been a YouTube sensation, Melbourne’s Emma Russack has been around the block. Known as one of indie rock’s most underrated talents, 'Rolling Stone' proclaimed that “Russack’s masterfully plainspoken ballads put her in the same league as Bill Callahan and Lucinda Williams”. Enough said.

January 31

Lachlan Denton

Prolific and accomplished Australian indie songwriter, Lachlan Denton, best known for his work with The Ocean Party stepped out on his own in 2018. Drawing influence from classic Australian acts including The Go-Betweens and Paul Kelly, Denton’s direct and simple approach to songwriting gives his melodies room to shine while offering genuine insight into his life and thoughts.


Snowy's Band, headed by Liam Halliwell (Snowy Nasdaq) - you're in for a treat.