LARKIN POE

LARKIN POE

WED 7 APR 2021 @ 7PM

Price
$60 + Booking Fee
Bookings
(02) 9550 3666
Mode
Concert Mode - General Admission Standing
Tickets
On sale now @ Factory Theatre & Ticketek
Buy tickets online

EVENT RESCHEDULED

PREVIOUS DATE: WED 15 APR 2020

NEW DATE: WED 7 APR 2021

Bluesfest Touring is pleased to advise that Larkin Poe’s 2020 show date has been rescheduled to Wednesday 7 April 2021. Hold onto your ticket! It will be valid for the new performance.

Larkin Poe looks forward to celebrating with you on the other side of covid!

All patrons will be contacted directly by Ticketek with further information.

All tickets purchased for the original date will be honoured for the rescheduled date.

Refund requests are to be submitted prior to Fri 19 Jun.

————————————————————————————————————————————————————— After a sell-out run in 2019, blues sisters Larkin Poe are back to play even bigger venues in both Melbourne and Sydney this April. Taking a modern interpretation on traditional blues music, the Lovell’s performance is like a breath of fresh air to the blues scene.

Making music under the name of their Great-Great-Great-Grandfather, Larkin Poe create a unique brand of gritty, southern-fried blues, roots ‘n’ roll. Rebecca Lovell’s voice is full, comforting and charismatic as is seamlessly blends into her big sister Megan’s gospel-like backing vocals. Both performing as multi-instrumentalists, it’s Megan that often steals the show, providing the perfect balance with some cracking lap steal solos; their performances that have garnered plenty of high-profile admirers such as Elvis Costello, Keith Urban, Bob Seger and Russell Crowe.

Their latest album ‘Venom & Faith’ pushes the genre-defining boundaries on the understanding of Southern influenced music to a limit. Larkin Poe balance their love for experimenting with new sound techniques against a celebration of traditional blues music. With a few unexpected twists including an electronic synth pad, horn section and a tight bass and drum section – the energy from their live show is something that can only come from family ties and is a thrilling depiction of blues in the 21st Century.