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GUESTS: Rebecca Barnard + Leah Senior

About this Event

This show was postponed from Friday 20 March to Thursday 26 November 2020.

Message from the band:

We are very sad to announce that due to COVID 19 we will be postponing our show at the Corner scheduled for Friday.

We have moved to a new date of THURSDAY 26 NOVEMBER.

We hope that all ticket holders can make the new date and will hold onto their tickets.

If you are unable to attend the new date refunds will be offered through the Corner Box Office.

Be safe out there,

Lots of love and folk-rocking good vibes,

Things of Stone and Wood



THINGS OF STONE & WOOD 10.40pm til 12am



“Melbourne’s most inspired and inspiring acoustic band” (Michael Dwyer)

30 years ago, at a Carlton share house, Michael Allen would arrive at the door with some beer and he and Greg Arnold would sit around singing harmonies - just for the fun of it. Then Tony Floyd joined in with some more harmonies, only now, they had some drums, and Things of Stone and Wood was born.

Since then they’ve managed to have two top-ten albums, a top four radio hit with “Wildflowers”, tour Australia and the world, and win ARIA and APRA songwriting awards.

Also, they even enjoyed a surprising moment of sunshine in the grunge-grey sky of the early 90s with their joyous hit “Happy Birthday Helen”.

At the forefront of the folk and roots scene their innovative usage of acoustic instruments helped pave the way for the next wave of artists such as John Butler, The Waifs and Angus and Julia Stone.

On this tour they will be joined by their long-time collaborator James Black (Rockwiz, Mondo Rock) who, as producer, was so important in carving out their unique sound.

The band reunited in 2014, and has been playing sold out shows and major festivals to the same enthusiastic response from their dedicated audience. With meaningful lyrics, and passionate, energetic performances, a Things of Stone and Wood show is always an uplifting and emotional affair.

And they still don’t mind smashing out a big harmony either. On their 30th anniversary tour they'll play all of their hits, plus new material from their forthcoming album: The Final Forest. Their first release in over a decade! FACEBOOK