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Sing A Song of Sixpence

Memo Music Hall showcases songwriters with Sing A Song of Sixpence nights

by on February 13, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Memo Music Hall is handing over its space fortnightly to songwriters to showcase and readiest their new material.

Sing A Song Of Sixpence is on every second Monday at Memo Music Hall in St Kilda. The shows give music fans the chance to hear a song being performed live for the very first time by its songwriter.

The concept mirrors the events held in Nashville at the Bluebird Cafe. The Bluebird Cafe was used in the TV show Nashville and now has an international appeal.

By giving Memo Music Hall over to songwriters, Memo is also developing the international standing Bluebird built itself into and is also giving songwriters a chance to test their new songs on the appreciative music fan audience.

The next Sing a Song of Sixpence will feature songwriters Xani Kolac, Stacey Gray (DESPERATEENS), Cookie Baker, with Elle Lamb.

The next sessions are on 18 February, 2019.
Get tickets here

Doors Open 7.00pm, showtime 8.00pm.
Located in the Ember Lounge

Reserved Seats: $20.00 +bf
General Admin: $18.00 +bf

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