Adam Toms is set to release his long awaited third album on July 27th and its set to be a winner.
With a style combining country, rock, blues and singer/songwriter, Adam feels now the time is right to return and is eager to show people his new songs.
As a versatile live artist, Adam is as much at home performing solo acoustic as a full band show. He is known for his big voice as well as his mixed banter and sense of humour.
“I think it’s a good gig if I’ve made the audience laugh, cry and everything in between”
It’s been 5 years since Adam released his last album. A lot has gone on for the Vic based singer/songwriter in that time and his new album ‘Where Were You?’ helps fill in the blanks.
The first two previously released singles ‘Where Were You When’ and ‘Too Young To Know Better’ have had an amazing response from his loyal and new fans alike and show Adams versatility as a vocalist and songwriter, whist the forthcoming climatic power ballad ‘Say You Love Me’ leaves the listener breathless.
Adam has been focusing on his young special needs family (his two sons have Autism Spectrum Disorder) and he’s Youth Worker by day.
Adam continues to entertain audiences from a more local level where he is based in North East Victoria and is now looking forward to taking his new music further up and down the road once again.
Together, David Baird and Patsy Toop are an award winning Australian Country Music duo known as “the Long And Short Of It” who write and record brilliant songs.
The Long and Short of It has taken the Australian country music scene by storm with their smart, non-formulaic songwriting, honest lyricism, “honey coated chocolate” harmonies, and the wide range of new and old country musical styles they’re capable of playing.
Validating this claim is the fact that they’ve played multiple big-name festivals and won numerous prestigious awards.
Mantra Studio Kitchen and Bar
A destination venue in Melbourne’s inner-west, Mantra Studio Kitchen and Bar on Campbell Street is a melting pot of fine fare, coffee and live entertainment.
This Yarraville establishment blends all-day dining with a state-of-the-art creative space where artists can showcase their talents, while guests sit back and enjoy music, Pan-Asian cuisine and drinks.
Rebuilt from an old 1920s factory, Mantra’s light, bright and airy vibe is matched by an imposing wall mural, 300-year-old wooden doors and suspended naked bulbs, creating a fun and quirky ambiance.
Exquisite food, amazing brunches, incorporating a new Menu with small share plates, new desserts and dinner menu.
Perfect environment for dinner and a show, or celebrating a corporate of private function. Contact us for your next function!
Della Harris is a singer, songwriter, wife and mother, born in the heart of rural Victoria and now living in Melbourne raising her family. She’s a story teller – her authentic stories come from real life and resonate happily with her audiences.
Della loves performing and touring and has been doing so for most of her life, but it’s only been in recent years that her passion and desire to tell her own story has led her into her own original career. Her love for the story, the song and the performance coupled with an absolute burning desire to perform her own material has been the turning point in an already exciting career in music, including recent highlights of performing at the Tamworth Country Music Festival for the first time and supporting music legend Jon Stevens at the famous Bridie O’Reilly’s in Brunswick.
‘It has been quite an emotional journey finding my own voice – I feel like I have something worthwhile to share, an interesting life story to tell and my music is the vehicle for that’ says Della.