Joshua Tillman, former drummer for Fleet Foxes, brings his latest incarnation Father John Misty to Perth. Along with his trademark swaggering dance moves, on-stage banter and a full band, Tillman drenches you with his blend of acidic humour and West Coast Americana folk-and-country rock.
Father John Misty are, excuse the cliché, a visual feast….He makes the performance as important as the music. Long story short, he has a fucking good time. And so do we. WWW.THEMUSIC.COM.AU
With a full band around him – two gifted guitarists, a bass player, a guy on synth and a drummer – the beautiful opening track from Fear Fun soared out in pristine condition, teeming with all the melancholy, nihilism and romance of the original recording, but bigger; impossibly big and warm and lovely. BEAT MAGAZINE
Whipping up a hoedown one minute with chain-gang chants, blues guitar, honky-tonk piano and steam-train rhythms and blowing hats off the next with stories of a well-travelled life and the people who’ve shared the road, Ruby Boots always make sure you have a rollicking, foot-stomping time.
Tight folk-infused country music that sounds at once traditional and excitingly fresh. Another WA success story. BLUNT MAGAZINE
The Chevron Festival Gardens is a fully licensed venue which includes standing or seated performances. No BYO drinks of any kind. Seating is provided. Food and drink available for purchase. 18+ ID Required. Persons under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Entry is at venue management's discretion. Conditions of entry subject to capacity and licensing restrictions.