Feaster | Easter Sunday Exclusive Live Music Showcase

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Ready to celebrate the Easter long weekend in true music-loving style? The Fly By Night Club and Toward Music are excited to present to you FEASTER – an exclusive live music showcase featuring some of Perth’s hottest talent.

For those of you that aren’t battling the traffic to road trip down south or up north for the long weekend, this is the perfect excuse to head into Freo and experience the magic of live music our local scene has on offer. All in the Fly’s characteristic new(ish) setting at Victoria Hall. Get a taste of what to expect in the video below!

FEASTER Live Music Showcase Perth

Line-up includes:

The Little Lord Street Band: An alt-folk-country four piece that lends their name from the busy Mt Lawley city inroad, where they reside. Their devotion behind the songs, melodies and guitar riffs are diverse, hardened yet sweet. The songs are a ‘his and hers’ mix match from James Rogers and Natasha Shanks partaking in the songwriting and material. If you think ‘mixtape in the 90’s – you give to someone you want to say something to, this is the result.

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The Silent Deeds: Loud live music that makes you want to move! Their music, which draws on a range of influences including Tom Petty, Foo Fighters, U2, Pearl Jam and Hoodoo Gurus, is designed to get its audience singing and dancing. Put it all in live music blender and you have yourself a cocktail of catchy guitar solos and groove-driven sounds.

The Silent Deeds song style is best described as acoustic rock with edge…Featuring strong vocals, excellent guitar that at times touched on a U2 sound and solid and competent bass and drums, The Silent Deeds stated their case in very loud terms and got the night rolling” – Ausland181 Review


Rob Walker: After 15 years as a front man natural progression led Walker to embark on a solo career in 2012. Renowned for his unflagging commitment to melody and alluring lyrical ambiguity, the talent behind Walker’s raw, solid and heartfelt vocals are backed up by an incredible stage presence.

Walker’s music has earned him support slots, tours and collaborations with Jeff Martin/The Tea Party, Phil Jamieson/Grinspoon, Rai Thistlewaithe and Phil Stack/Thirsty Merc, Jon Toogood/Shihad, Clint Boge and The Butterfly Effect, Mark Seymour/Hunters and Collectors, Sarah MacLeod/SuperJesus and James Reyne/Australian Crawl.

Rob is a great example of real music. His passion for his songs oozes with each lyric. A great talent destined for bigger things.”- Brad Pottinger, 96FM Perth.

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Chapman: A four-piece pop/rock/blues outfit delivering cruisey, mellow tunes that warm your heart and soul. The band have been playing since 2014 and already have an EP under their belt, playing stages all over this isolated city. Chapman will be releasing their latest single and debut music video this year so stay tuned!

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Old River Kid: Local rockers featuring some downright dirty sax ready to seduce those eardrums and get you moving on the d-floor. Zane Lockett, the writer behind the songs, crafts deeply passionate tracks that the band flesh out into powerful emotional musical stories; ballads with just a little more kick. Their music weaves through multiple genres including folk, rock and blues.


Beautiful Cartel (solo): Glen Herbert is an eclectic musician who created the act Beautiful Cartel. Overlapping genres to play unique original music, Herbert explores a variety of styles to craft something truly spectacular. The versatility of this man is to be truly experienced through his exceptional live music performances.

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Event Details:

Sunday 16th April: Fly By Night Musicians Club, Fremantle | Main Hall | 5pm-11pm | $10 on door | Event details here.
Happy Hour 5-6pm | Easter raffle on night.

Playing Times:

5pm – Beautiful Cartel

6pm – Rob Walker

7pm – Chapman

8pm- Old River Kid

9pm – The Little Lord Street Band

10pm – The Silent Deeds


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