WE ARE HAVING A SPECIAL TRINITY SESSIONS HOUSE CONCERT WITH MELANIE HORSNELL AT BLACK FOREST.
Arrive from 2.30pm Music at 3pm. Melanie will be doing two 40 min sets.
We originally had planned a Trinity Sessions concert with Steve Appel (King Curly) and Melanie Horsnell. Unfortunately Steve Appel is unable to make it for the Trinity Sessions concert as advertised, but Melanie Horsnell is coming to perform her own songs plus songs off the new duo album, with Robyn Martin on bass.
We have decided to make this an intimate concert in a delightful back yard at Black Forest where you can bring your own drinks and nibbles and sit back and relax with everything else provided. Only 50 tix available so be quick. There is a wet weather contingency with plenty of space under the verandah to keep everyone dry.
Melanie has been described by the Sydney Morning Herald as having a voice of ‘the utmost delicateness’, as a ‘songwriting gem’ by The Australian. Based in Candelo in southern NSW, Melanie has recorded ten albums and EPs including her latest single and video clip, 'I Learned How To Love From Love Songs'. Melanie's critically acclaimed album The Cloud Appreciation Society was long-listed for the 2013 Australian Music Prize, Quatre Chemins for the 2015 Australian Music Prize, and she was nominated for an APRA award in 2011. She has toured with Glen Hansard and The Frames, Jason Mraz, Bernard Fanning, Lou Rhodes, Slaid Cleaves and Sarah Blasko among others, as well as touring extensively on her own in Australia and Europe. Melanie recorded an album in French, which was funded by the highly successful Pozible campaign and gave Melanie a six month residency in France, writing songs with poet Alain Rivet and pop icon Helena Noguerra. Melanie has also written songs with Wendy Matthews and Catherine Britt, and for film and television.