Belle Miners – Parachute Tour + Special Guest – Jeremy Butterworth

07/02/2020 - Upper River Hall, Upper Kangaroo Valley, Kangaroo Valley

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6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Upper River Hall, Upper Kangaroo Valley

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Belle Miners are at last returning to Kangaroo Valley on their national Australian 2020 ‘Parachute Tour’! Opening the night at the Upper River Hall will be the Valley’s own Jeremy Butterworth (Bhagavad Guitars) playing a solo acoustic set.

Folk/pop band Belle Miners album Powerful Owl has been described as having “a living, breathing quality to it like the best of Missy Higgins’ work” – Jubilant (LA). The Music (AU) writes “Belle Miners trade in effortlessly euphonious soundscapes, drawing in their listeners with lush, soaring harmonies, strong, powerful melodies and personable lyrics set against deftly executed, acoustic-driven instrumentation.”

The trio, Canadian-based Felicia Harding and Marina Avros and Australian-based Jaime Jackett (Broome) combine exquisite harmonies and relatable stories into a 10-track upbeat sonic journey covering themes from love and loss to overcoming life-threatening illness. ‘Strange World’ and ‘Night Flight’ are inspired by Jaime’s 11-year’s spent living with brain cancer. Lead single ‘Fall In Love With Me’ is dedicated to same-sex marriage, and ’25 Years’ is an ode to enduring relationships.

Jeremy Butterworth is a seasoned Indie rocker from Highly regarded Red Eye records band The Bhagavad Guitars.

“His new acoustic solo album, Together We Arrive has clearly been a labour of love for Jeremy, featuring carefully crafted songs and arrangements, with thoughtful lyrics exploring just about every sunlit avenue and dark alcove of the human experience … a collection of songs with soul and substance, delivered with a combination of musical skill, tasteful restraint, artistic conviction, and at times, knowing playfulness” – Mike Hammond “Valley voice” 8/17