Fire & Whistle Theory
Fire & Whistle Theory

Fire & Whistle Theory

with special guests The Lyrical, Leanne Tennant and Sarah Hogan
Woolly Mammoth (Fortitude Valley, QLD)
Saturday, 30 March 2019 8:00 pm
8 days away
18 Plus

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Brisbane’s indie-blues rockers, Fire and Whistle Theory are kicking off 2019 with the release of their much anticipated second EP “Take Me Alive”. With an impressive and diverse line-up including The LyricalLEANNE TENNANT and Sarah Hogan this will be a not to be missed event well worth getting along for.

Fire and Whistle Theory:

Modern in appearance and classic to the core, Fire and Whistle Theory deliver an electric & powerful live performance masterfully capturing a fresh take on new wave blues rock, with a dash of alt-country.  Stream the lead off single from the upcoming EP ‘Woman’ on Spotify now--->

The Lyrical:
The "Unique blend of beat-boxing meshed with folk guitar and socially conscious lyrics is fast becoming the hottest ticket in town." (City News). Since topping the charts on Triple J's Unearthed seven times, sharing the stage with the likes of Ben Harper, Jack Johnson and Xavier Rudd as well as performances at festivals including Big Day Out, Bluesfest + many more; The Lyrical is an Artist on the rise in the Australian Music scene!

Tennants alternative blues sound has seen her receive praise from Rolling Stone and The Music as well as rotation on RAGE, MTV, Double J, and American music video channel ZUUS Media. Having recently sold out a string of live shows it's no wonder Leanne is a two QLD Music awardee and has featured twice on Triple Z hot 100!

Sarah Hogan
Indie folk pop songstress Sarah Hogan is proof that raw talent and honest song writing is alive and well.  “Her poetry flows with an artisan’s ease, steeped in a sense that something is going on beyond face value” (Happy Mag)