Tag: Leroy Lee
Thinking of FBi Social’s unpretentious, inexpensive and welcoming atmosphere gets me hot under the collar. The venue’s regular programming of a refreshingly diverse array of fine up-and-coming musicians makes me short of breath. And tonight, with the folk lineup it is sporting, it’s showing off its best assets and looking particularly sexy. Phwoar!
Wandering through the graffiti-coated corridors of Hibernian House, we eventually locate Emma Davis’ ‘Feel a Thing’ single launch. But we are early – or they are running late – and we have time to admire the street art. Soon enough everything is ready, and we are welcomed at the door by the singer-songwriter herself. Apologising [...]
Jack Carty, Jordan Millar & Leroy Lee Hope, Smoke & Everything By Cass French Jack Carty, Jordan Millar and Leroy Lee have a lot in common. They’re all Sydney-based singer-songwriters with guitar-calloused fingers and winning voices, they’ve all had a lot of nice things said about them over the few short years that they’ve been [...]
Posted: July 18th, 2011 under Brag 420 (July 11), Music, Music - Interview.
Tags: Cass French, Everything EP, Hope Smoke & Everything, Jack Caty, Jordan Millar, Leroy Lee, One Thousand Origami Birds, The Brag
JEFF LANG, LEROY LEE The Basement Friday September 10 Leroy Lee strikes a rather lonely figure on stage, reminiscing about his seventeen-year-old self trying to sneak into the club in which he now plays. He seems genuinely stoked to have scored the support slot for one of his heroes, but the moment slips him by [...]