Anya Anastasia and Tim Moore at The Golden Wattle
- Sat 25th Jan 2020
- 110 Pirie St, Adelaide SA 5000
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A heart-warming and uplifting evening of stories and song from two South Australian singer-songwriters who have received national and international critical acclaim for their work Anya Anastasia & Tim Moore. $10 cover at door.
Recently returned from performing Off-Broadway in New York, and a highlight of this year's Woodford Folk Festival, Anya Anastasia is a dynamic performer and talented song-writer known for her poetic lyricism, soaring melodies and wicked wit. Her stunning vocals paired with astute social observations, are deftly self-accompanied on ukulele, piano and guitar accompaniment.
With a Summer tour that sees her driving across the country from Woodford (QLD) to Bunbury (WA) via all the major cities she's decided to add gigs in many quirky performance locations along the way including Bushfire Relief Benefits hosted by locals in all sorts of locations, from boats to backyards, from rooftops to piers, and we're thrilled to say she'll be in Adelaide for an intimate ONE-OFF show at The Golden Wattle to share songs and stories of this journey. PLEASE GET IN TOUCH IF YOU LIVE IN BETWEEN THESE LISTED TOUR LOCATIONS AND WOULD LIKE TO HOST A FUNDRAISER!
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Born in a small town on the southern edge of the world, Tim sings with a well-travelled heart. Having toured extensively in Australia and New Zealand he is at home in big theatres, small bars and intimate house concerts where he joins the tradition of the great singer-songwriter troubadours.
His much awaited third album 'Songs From The Road' released in 2019 chronicles his experience of selling everything and hitting the road with a young family.
An artist of rare depth, his shows are like a conversation with a good friend who makes you laugh and cry and question everything you know. With haunting melodies and a voice like cut marble, Tim is a teller of stories worth telling.
Find out more, and listen to his music here: