JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE

has his MELBOURNE RECITAL CENTRE Debut

– playing songs from his new album

‘KIDS IN THE STREET’ 

plus fan favourites

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Melbourne Recital Centre presents

An Evening with Justin Townes Earle

Monday 16 October, 2017

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‘Earle has moved between evocative portraits of place set in knotty emotional frames, prickly confessions of destructive patterns, and melancholic eloquence in the wake of short-lived love affairs.’NPR Music

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‘There’s no one else now as brutally honest in their songwriting as Justin Townes Earle.’The Brag

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‘Growing up has never sounded so alluring.’The Music

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Alt-country heartthrob Justin Townes Earle returns to Australian shores to make his Melbourne Recital Centre debut this October with his band. Supported by Nashville mainstay Joshua Headley (who has played with Jack White, Dan Auerbach and Nikki Lane), Justin Townes Earle will spend an evening with Melbourne audiences in the intimate surrounds of Melbourne Recital Centre’s Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, playing songs from his new album, Kids In The Street and revisiting fan favourites.

Once compared to a man who wears many suits, in 35 short years Justin Townes Earle has experienced more than most. Having launched a career only a decade ago, his songwriting prowess has established him with a reputation as a singular leading light in the Americana music community. His ability to craft infectious melodies, brimming with fearless lyrical insights has already cemented his place as being a young veteran singer-songwriter armed with a rich body of work.

Son of country-rock iconoclast Steve Earle, Justin received his middle name in honour of the great Texan songwriter, Townes Van Zandt. His ability to walk the line between tradition and his own modernity is apparent in his knack for delivering emotional performances, laying bare his often harsh life experiences through song. His jangling guitar strung blues and folk-styled, country croon harks back to the innocence of Chuck Berry, and contemporaries Dave Rawlings and Gillian Welch.

Having first taken the hearts of Australian audiences during a tour in late 2008, Justin Townes Earle’s steady rise of regular Australian tours has seen him play some of our biggest festival stages including Byron Bay Bluesfest, Golden Plains and Port Fairy Folk Festival, and has already been announced to headline this year’s Out on the Weekend.

Settle in for a mesmerizing performance by one America’s greatest voices of melancholic eloquence in an evening with Justin Townes Earle at Melbourne Recital Centre.

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Justin Townes Earle

 

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Event Details:

An Evening with Justin Townes Earle

Supported by Joshua Hedley

Monday 16 October 2017, 7.30pm
Melbourne Recital Centre, Elisabeth Murdoch Hall
Cnr Southbank Blvd & Sturt St, Southbank

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Tickets on sale NOW

A reserve $65
B reserve $55
To book: 03 9699 3333 or go HERE

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Follow Justin Townes Earle:

Facebook | Twitter | @justintearle

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