Jonny by The Timbers performing with The Drunken Poachers at Penny Blacks 2013 Brunswick Melbourne Victoria
Live Music Main Stage
Jonny I hardly knew ya
Debut Single "Gallantry" out now on http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/thetimbers3
(C) The Timbers Music 2013
Simon Basey - Vocals and keys
Joe Murphy - Vocals and banjo
Ben Roberts - Vocals and guitar
Kyle Vause - Vocals and trumpet
Random guy on spoons
High energy alternative folk
THE TIMBERS' thumping rhythms and big misty mountain melodies will cast you away to the sweaty, smoky, melting-pot of roots, folk, and brassy bushman punk. Their explosive start in the Adelaide music scene is worthy recognition of this bands ability to marry exceptional musicianship with highly accomplished songwriting. Hailing from far away lands such as Mount Gambier Tasmania, Ireland and the Adelaide Hills, the members have worked tirelessly together to create a unique high energy musical experience.
High energy alternative folk-bluegrass-gypsy-country-celtic-punk
The Drunken Poachers
The Drunken Poachers, with their wily ways and wooden instruments, have snuck boot-clad and boozed onto Melbourne's live music stages. A dubious sextet not
Worst band in Melbourne. Best Septet in Brunswick.
The Drunken Poachers, with their wily ways and wooden instruments, have snuck boot-clad and boozed onto Melbourne's live music stages. A dubious sextet not to be trusted, they poach the tunes of others and after a white-wash of their brand of Irish-blue-grass-country, they declare what never belonged to them, their own.
Dishonest and dirty and wearing flannelette better than you do, they're leaving heavy heads and dented floors in their very catchy wake. With the aid of banjo, gee-tah, ukulele and mandolin, backed by Irish fiddle, uke bass and propped up with lager phone and a trifle of trumpet, their hearty harmonic throat is unlike any other.
The Drunken Poachers have a bashful approach to making feet tap and will be your best laid plan when you are out and on the hunt. Don't go past The Drunken Poachers if you're in to a band who will have your feet tapping to the bar and back. And back again.
Stealing and drinking