Back To Basics #1

Some of you might know that I organise shows in Melbourne and last night, we launched a new acoustic show called Back To Basics @ Biero. As the name of the show suggests, it was back to basics, focusing on the music, stripped down! This is a new platform where we can host more up-coming acoustic acts and singer-songwriters which are not genre specific.

Christina Peng kicked off the night with a blend of originals and covers. Then Tim McMillan made a surprise guest appearance, shredding everyone's faces off.

Tim McMillan

Next Dimension took center stage with their Seattle grunge style acoustic tunes followed by Have You Seen Nelson, with an awesome mix of covers and originals.

Have You Seen Nelson?

Saturday Afternoon was up next and last night was possibly their last show together as Fariz will be heading back to Malaysia soon. Special shout out to SA for covering The City & The Lights by yours truly! Loved the harmonies guys! Mel, writing down all the lyrics on your arms was epic! High fives all around! You guys are always amazing!

Saturday Afternoon

Sharon Bullecer accompanied by Andrei were up next playing some pretty awesome covers while Andrei played two of his originals. Sharon has such an amazing voice!

Last but not least, just for fun, I got up on stage to do a song and so did Lionel.
Everyone played their hearts out and it was great fun being a part of it all. All in all, it was an awesome night out!

Special mention to Iqbal and the rest of the Biero crew. You guys are amazing! Thanks heaps for partnering with us to get this show off the ground! Woot!

The ever awesome Vivien at the door! Awesome work as always Viv!

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