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Gallie is a critically acclaimed songwriter from Ireland. His album 'The Occoquan River' has made it to a number of Best of the year lists from radio and press in both the US and Australia. Gallie is a natural raconteur who's performances have been getting rave reviews over the past year, "Sublime lyrics, tremendous melodies, sung by a singer with a voice that is both soulful and incredibly expressive", combine this with a killer story and you have the masterful art of Gallie and 'The Occoquan River'. He returns to Melbourne on May 28th with his four piece band. Jen Anderson Violin, Colin Berwick Piano, Tristan Courtney Double bass

$35

Gallie live @ The Citadel Murwillumbah

The Citadel, 21 Queen st, Muwilllumbah Nsw 2484

An evening with irish songwriter and storyteller 'Gallie' accompanied by pianist Daniel brown. The Citadel is in the bustling hinterland town of Murwillumbah, between the world-renowned Tweed Coast and heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforests within the Tweed hinterland. Mount Warning (Wollumbin) stands prominently as nature's sculpture on the horizon. Murwillumbah is known for reviving itself after fire and flood. This 100-year-old Citadel has survived these times. After a number of years of private use TheCitadel is again welcoming an audience but revived as a building for The Visual and Performing Arts, drawing from this rich local culture of creativity, and passion for our natural environment. Murwillumbah is surrounded by small villages each with their own unique identity.

$30

Postponed Gallie Live Concert Stream From Australia

Duranbah, Duranbah, NSW

Postponed Hey guys unfortunately I've sliced the top of my index finger. I had to get five stitches. So I have to postponed the Live Stream concert. Will we reschedule for the end of April. If the new date doesn't work out for anyone I will of course refund the money. Sorry for the inconvenience guys. For the curious out there- I was trying to kill a fly and whacked my finger off the corner of the cooker!!

Gallie @ Nannup Music Festival

Nannup Music festival, Nannup Western Australia

Celebrating its 31st year in 2020, the much loved Nannup Music Festival presents an eclectic mix of acts over the first weekend of March each year, set to the stunning bush backdrop of Australia’s South West and the small town atmosphere of Nannup; a historic timber town on the banks of the Blackwood River.

Since 1989, the festival – a community spirited event, operated by a passionate and dedicated team of Committee and Staff from the non profit Nannup Music Club Inc – has consistently proven to be one of the most welcoming and rewarding weekends of music around, and a much anticipated event in WA’s music calendar. It is an amazing and inspiring weekend for everyone and a special place to share a festival experience and authentic good times with your family and friends; a colourful celebration of original music, art, nature, community and diversity.

The festival highlights the best in new, emerging and indigenous music over free and ticketed venues, boasts an Emerging Artists Award and a Busking Competition, and offers a wide array of activities beyond that. Street performers, workshops, talks, poetry, camping, food and artisan markets, a sculpture walk and free activities for little festival-goers, all contribute in creating the “Nannup bubble”, where you’re invited to share, immerse and discover.

Nannup is part of Nyoongar Boodjar lands and is home to 14 language groups. Nannup town is situated on the lands of the Bibbulmun people and the north side of the Blackwood river (Bilyar Goorbalbilyup) becomes Wardandi country. The festival takes place during Bunuru – Second summer (season of the adolescence). We love, honour and cherish this place and we trust that it will be respected and nurtured far into the future.

See you in Nannup!

Gallie @ The Wesley Anne

The Wesley Anne, 250 High St, Northcote VIC 3070

Players Jen Anderson.............. Violin Colin Berwick.............. Piano Tristan Courtney........ Double bass

After an epic year of touring the world with shows in France, Brazil, Ireland, Australia, Spain and England, This will be Gallie's last shows in melbourne for a while, ahead of returning into the studio to record his follow up to 'The Occoquan River'.

Gallie @ Archies Creek Hotel

Archies creek Hotel, 89-91 Archies Creek Rd, , Archies Creek, VIC 3995

Welcome to Archies Following a hugely successful 10 year stint in Drummond Street Oakleigh The Caravan Music Club has relocated to the South Oakleigh Club in the back streets of Bentleigh East. Archies Creek Hotel is the newest addition to the Caravan family and we look forward to welcoming you.

$25

Gallie @ The Acland Folk Club

Acland Folk Club, 54 Acland Street St Kilda, Victoria, St Kilda, Victoria

The last Melbourne shows for a while. Gallie and his band (Jen Anderson Fiddle, Tristan Courtney Double bass, Colin Berwick piano), returns to St Kilda to play The Acland folk club. This will be Gallie's last southside gig for a while. He returns to the studio to record a new album which is penciled for release late 2020.

Gallie Opening for The Black Sorrows

Memo Music Hall, Acland St , St Kilda, Melbourne

It’s been nearly 2 years since The Black Sorrows performed to a full house at MEMO on NYE 2017, and they are very much looking forward to returning to MEMO to showcase songs from their new sophisticated brand of soul and blues album ‘Citizen John’ as well as performing their classic hits including “Chained To The Wheel”, “Harley & Rose”, “The Chosen Ones”, “Never Let Me Go” and much more!. A cool 21 albums down the line, Joe Camilleri’s THE BLACK SORROWS are at the peak of their game with Citizen John, the new album with its roots in the familiar terrain of sweet, platinum radio rhythm and blues and dark reflections of modern times.

Gallie @ Nanga music festival

Nanga Music festival, Western Australia

Relaxed and Inclusive The Nanga experience goes beyond the concert stage and embraces a connection with the beautiful Nanga setting - and with each other. By Sunday night, our small community feels like an extended circle of friends. We eat together. We sing and play and dance together. And together we breathe in the magnificent atmosphere that surrounds us. ​ Intimate and acoustic The rustic nature of the festival setting goes hand in hand with acoustic music. Artists perform folk, blues, celtic, indigenous and world music from a single intimate stage. Nanga is renowned for its small size - meaning you are never far from the action. See past Artists here: Many artists also love to share their gift through workshops in a welcoming, safe space for participation. Earthy and natural The Nanga Bush Camp offers the perfect backdrop for the festival. Rustic lodges are set against a canopy of towering forest - often with music seeping through the native flora. Bush trails, a swimming hole and an elusive Blue Wren or a friendly Kookaburra are literally on your doorstep.

Gallie @ Nanga music festival

Nanga Music festival, Western Australia

Relaxed and Inclusive The Nanga experience goes beyond the concert stage and embraces a connection with the beautiful Nanga setting - and with each other. By Sunday night, our small community feels like an extended circle of friends. We eat together. We sing and play and dance together. And together we breathe in the magnificent atmosphere that surrounds us. ​ Intimate and acoustic The rustic nature of the festival setting goes hand in hand with acoustic music. Artists perform folk, blues, celtic, indigenous and world music from a single intimate stage. Nanga is renowned for its small size - meaning you are never far from the action. See past Artists here: Many artists also love to share their gift through workshops in a welcoming, safe space for participation. Earthy and natural The Nanga Bush Camp offers the perfect backdrop for the festival. Rustic lodges are set against a canopy of towering forest - often with music seeping through the native flora. Bush trails, a swimming hole and an elusive Blue Wren or a friendly Kookaburra are literally on your doorstep.

Gallie @ Nanga music festival

Nanga Music festival, Western Australia

Relaxed and Inclusive The Nanga experience goes beyond the concert stage and embraces a connection with the beautiful Nanga setting - and with each other. By Sunday night, our small community feels like an extended circle of friends. We eat together. We sing and play and dance together. And together we breathe in the magnificent atmosphere that surrounds us. ​ Intimate and acoustic The rustic nature of the festival setting goes hand in hand with acoustic music. Artists perform folk, blues, celtic, indigenous and world music from a single intimate stage. Nanga is renowned for its small size - meaning you are never far from the action. See past Artists here: Many artists also love to share their gift through workshops in a welcoming, safe space for participation. Earthy and natural The Nanga Bush Camp offers the perfect backdrop for the festival. Rustic lodges are set against a canopy of towering forest - often with music seeping through the native flora. Bush trails, a swimming hole and an elusive Blue Wren or a friendly Kookaburra are literally on your doorstep.