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Mimi Gilbert, Connor BlackHarry Hannah C The Chesterfield Band !

Yarra Hotel Abbotsford
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Come share a drink with us and enjoy amazing night of local and touring music in realms of indie, contemporary folk, harmony infused beauties and other nameless genre bending good sounds and feelings I don't have the vocabulary or skill to articulate.

Doors 6pm, come for all!
8$ cover, all proceeds go towards keep the musos alive(thank you!)
Line up:

Hannah Cameron & Brian Campeau duo
Connor Black-Harry
Mimi Gilbert
The Chesterfield Band

Mimi Gilbert -------------

Mimi Gilbert, from Ojai, California, discovered her love for music and performance on the streets of Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle as a teenager and young adult. Discovering then her passion for full time performance, Mimi has continued to carry her songs & story around the world, playing in venues and on stages of all kinds. In the realm of indie, cinematic folk, Mimi is harmony driven and with a love for deep rhythm. She creates layer upon layer of a raw, prevailing sound that simply burst with life, journey & experience. Now Based in Melbourne, Australia, Mimi and band look forward to their USA west coast tour this June.


Connor Black-Harry ----------
Singer/Songwriter from the big, bad backstreets of Brunswick.

The Chesterfield Band -------

The Chesterfield Band is a luscious, raw, high-energy indie roots experience combining the irresistible voice of Tess, CC on guitar and a smooth layer of beats from the ever-exuberant Dylan underneath.

Their sound sits in a pocket with the likes of Sarah Blasko, of Monsters and Men and Missy Higgins.The band members blur the lines between friends and family and their songs reflect their shared experiences.

released their first single "If You Love" under the name My Dad and I and toured for the first time when Tess was 16. They harmonise like only family can and share a connection within their songs that goes deep.