THE TESKEY BROTHERS

THE TESKEY BROTHERS

Supported by Dana Gehrman

FRI 30 NOV @ 8PM

SOLD OUT

Price
$35.00 + booking fee
Bookings
(02) 9550 3666
Mode
Concert Mode - General Admission Standing
Tickets
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Melbourne’s soul-blues juggernaut The Teskey Brothers really have taken things to the next level in 2018. Not only did they sign deals with highly reputable record labels Ivy League, Glassnote and Decca, but they also managed to play shows across UK, Europe, Asia, USA, New Zealand and Australia including much talked about appearances at Byron Bay Bluesfest, Fuji Rock Festival in Japan, and World Fest in California.

Never ones to slow down, The Teskey Brothers – consisting of siblings Sam and Josh Teskey and their childhood friends Brendon Love and Liam Gough – have also been working on the follow up to their widely aclaimed debut album Half Mile Harvest, but they will break from that session for two special performances in NSW before the end of the year.

The four-piece and their ever-expanding entourage of talented session musicians will be at The Factory Theatre in Marrickville on Friday November 30.

Their two shows at Oxford Arts Factory earlier this year were both sold out so you can expect tickets to move lightning fast this time around. They will not be adding a second Sydney show!

Their sound is Americana blues, full of rhythm and soul, as if from the Mississippi region of New Orleans… The Teskey Brothers’ music is infectious, tempting the audience to swoon and groove in awe of their clever songwriting and a lead vocal that belongs with the Motown greats” – www.blankgc.com

It’s no mean feat to encapsulate the utter soul from historical artists, like Otis Redding… and the ambient, almost Western feel of bands such as The Doors, but The Teskey Brothers have managed just that in their latest release” www.medium.com