South-west sounds set to crawl

South-west musical talents Archie Roach, Kayla Dwyer, Lee “Sonnyboy” Morgan and Cooper Lower are joining a collection of artists in a regional ramble offering an out-of-urban tuneful taster this weekend.

STANDARD, NEWS, ST BRIGIDS BLUES AND ROOTS FESTIVAL 180113 Pictured - Kayla Dwyer performs with guitarist Dan Seale, on the Saturday afternoon at the St Brigids Blues and Roots Festival. Picture: Rob Gunstone

STANDARD, NEWS, ST BRIGIDS BLUES AND ROOTS FESTIVAL 180113 Pictured - Kayla Dwyer performs with guitarist Dan Seale, on the Saturday afternoon at the St Brigids Blues and Roots Festival. Picture: Rob Gunstone

The group make up the third instalment of the Victorian Music Crawl and are set to hit venues across our region from Friday to Sunday.

The ‘Crawl will stop off at Birregurra, Port Fairy, Tarerer and Warrnambool, as well as stops along the Bellarine on its way to Geelong.

On Friday the tour will perform at Flagstaff Hill, The Last Coach, The Dart and Marlin, Whaler’s Tavern and The Loft.

Developed as part of the Victorian Government’s Music Works Initiative, live performances will include a range of local and visiting artists, representing a diverse range of age, gender and style.

Performances will span music genres including rock, pop, folk, soul and blues.

The aim of the tour is to build connections build connections between Melbourne-based music industry figures and bands, venues, agents, events, promoters, media and more based in regional Victoria.

Further details are available at www.musicvictoria.com.au

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