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Sun 26 Aug 12:00pm

NOBODY KNOWS FRONT BAR SESSIONS | Ft Patrick Ryan + Kat Eddy

FRONT BAR | FREE | MUSIC FROM 12-5PM

NOBODY KNOWS FRONT BAR SESSIONS | Ft Patrick Ryan + Kat Eddy

Wind down your weekend the right way, soundtracking your Sunday afternoon with local and emerging musicians every week at the Corner front bar!

Patrick Ryan

Melbourne musician Patrick Ryan blends psychedelia and grooving beats to electrify and excite. Skirting the line between manic and calm, tension and release, the music is tied together with Ryan’s soulful vocals.

Kat Eddy

Kat sings, plays guitar, and writes songs. She also plays piano and bass, but not particularly well, and she can’t play drums at all. Her favourite instrument is the trumpet, and she can’t play that either, but she did once write a song about it. Her other songs are about big issues like injustice, and feminism, and vulnerability, and coffee. She also likes playing rearranged covers of 90s pop songs (because everyone needs a little more spice in their life).

As someone once said, “nobody puts Baby in a corner” and similarly nobody puts a singer-songwriter in a genre box. It is therefore to be expected that Kat doesn’t think she can be categorised into any single genre. (But actually she slots fairly neatly into the “soulfully blues-infused and mostly-acoustic pop with a smattering of jazz and/or funk” singer-songwriter sub-category.) She once wanted to be a serious jazz musician, but being serious is boring so instead she’ll make do with putting major seven chords in her songs and wishing she could scat like Ella.

Short version: Kat sings, plays guitar, and writes songs that are basically pop with a little jazz and soul thrown in. Audiences most frequently comment on her interesting chords and her very large guitar.

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This event takes place on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their elders past present and emerging and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.

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