Home cooked food, drinks and guests having sprightly conversations, welcomed us at Sophie’s home on Saturday evening. In the lounge room, by bedroom lamp, we sat in waiting, to the sounds of guitar tuning.
Melbourne singer songwriter, Gretta Ray’s low tone, vocal control and, cleverly written songs certainly don't hint at the fact that she is still in high school.
But, Gretta’s age shouldn’t detract from the incredibly articulate and relatable lyrics she writes. If anything it’s inspiring to know that someone so young can have that much insight and awareness.
Host, Sophie, after finding herself speechless once Gretta had played, labelled the night a success thanks to Gretta's talent, which captivated the silent audience. She is a superb songwriter, who I can't wait to see more from. Gretta will be releasing an EP in the coming months.
Polish Club Featured Gig
Mark Gable Featured Gig
Abbe May Featured Gig
Woody Pitney Featured Gig
Jordie Lane & Clare Reynolds Featured Gig
Melody Pool - Parlour HQ
Robert Forster Parlour Gig
Greg Arnold Featured Gig
Mia Dyson Featured Gig
Parlour chat with Abbe May
Tripod Featured Gig
Catherine Britt Featured Gig
Dallas Fracsa performing in the Parlour Office.
We got to check out one of Ed Kuepper/The Aint's Parlour Gigs.
We spoke to Kav Temperley of Eskimo Joe at Plug Seven Records on Smith Street, to dig some dirt on his favourite records.
Spending an afternoon listening to Gena Rose Bruce made us all very happy at Parlour HQ!
A night with Aaron Gocs!
Furphy Gig at the Geelong Brewery
Furphy Gig at Geelong Brewery
Furphy Gig at Geelong Brewery with The Kite Machine
Furphy Gigs with Gymnastics in the Seventies
Featured Gig with Jodi and Trish from The Clouds
Bread, Milk & Vinyl with Ella Thompson
Featured Gig with Mia Dyson in Kew
Featured Gig with Didirri
Featured Gig with Steve Kilbey
Featured Gig with Guttermouth
Featured Gig with Jordie Lane & Clare Reynolds
Impromptune with Oh Mercy
Under the Covers (UTC) with Francesca Gonzales
Under the Covers (UTC) with Naomi Keyte
Featured Gig with Harry James Angus - I Saw Red