ALBERT PARK PORT LOUNGE PRESENTS…

Brent Parlane (Solo) and Dayle Alison Walker  – 9/11/2018

5 Aquatic Drive Albert Park Lake (next to the Point Restaurant)

$25/$20 Cash at the door.
Doors open 7:30pm

Includes bread & dips before the show and hot party finger food in the interval.
Drinks from bar at bar prices.

Bookings: taxman@bigpond.net.au or text 0418179411

 

Two briliant acts tonight

 

Brent Parlane writes words and music and with the help of his band, they become songs. some of them work, some of them, not so much.

But the ones that work, work on each listener in their own way. They can make you laugh, think, feel, cry or even dance.

Have you ever loved a man, a woman, a dog or yourself? This is serious music.

Brent is not an old black man from the Mississippi Delta, He’s not a hillbilly from Appalachia,a villager from 19th century England or a dandy from the swinging ’60’s, but
he’s heard all their music. he doesn’t play it, but he’s absorbed it, dissected it re-assembled it and rewritten it.

Brent is a 20th-century man, trying to make his way in the 21st century, and doing very well thank you.

Listen to these songs and you will find some of yourself, something you didn’t know you know, and something you may never forget.

 

Supporting Brent on the night will be Dayle Alison Walker

Dayle is a singer and songwriter whose style is eclectic, comprising country, folk, jazz/pop and soul. Dayle writes songs about life, love, spirit and people, songs that touch the heart. Her  album ‘Sanctuary’, produced by Hugh McDonald, features some of Australia’s finest musicians.

After a lengthy ‘retirement’, Dayle has found a new lease on her musical life, performing with Brian Norris and Cathy Beckham as ‘Cadabria’.

Throughout her early years as a singer, Dayle released an album with Mushroom Records and toured with artists such as Marcia Hines, Steve Groves (Tintin) and Johnny Chester.  Drawing on all of her varied influences, Dayle’s mellow voice brings a touching resonance to songs of depth, humour and warmth.

Cliff