Jo Jo Smith + Lucie Thorn
Jo Jo Smith + Lucie Thorn

Jo Jo Smith + Lucie Thorn

The Bridge Hotel, Castlemaine (Castlemaine, VIC)
Sunday, 7 April 2019 3:00 PM
77 days away
All Ages Licensed
Music
Folk
Rock
Acoustic

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Jo Jo Smith is one of Australia's greatest musical treasures, a sexagenarian pocket-rocket, soul-singing, groove-driving tour de force, who "drops jaws and melts hearts with every performance" (Colin Thompson, Bendigo Blues Festival Director). Across her 50 year career Jo Jo Smith has worked with the cream of the crop, and her capacity to move her listeners through tears and joy with the power of music is stronger than ever. 

“I've been lucky enough to grow up with Jo Jo's music. But I do remember a specific moment at an intimate show when it hit me how brilliant she was. There was this deft capturing of the crowd with her rich vocals, they flowed over us almost visibly (like amber, like honey, like the love light she sings about!) Then prickles of joy. I realised I was in the presence of a master. And boy did it feel good” - Ella Hooper


Lauded for writing "some of the most simple and beautiful songs you will hear" (**** The Age), Lucie Thorne has earned her place as one of Australia’s most striking contemporary songsmiths. With eleven releases to her name and a prodigious touring schedule, Lucie Thorne continues to carve out an extraordinary creative career. From spacious gritty rock n roll to dark and delicate folk, Thorne conjures "exquisitely impressionistic... poetry in motion" (**** Rolling Stone Magazine) with an intimacy and warmth for which her live shows have become so renowned. 

"Atmospheric, innovative... brilliance" (**** Sydney Morning Herald)  

“a demonstration of power through grace and subtlety. World Class.” (Roots Down) 

“Australia’s PJ Harvey… possessing the punch of Cat Power and the wise words of Joni Mitchell” (The Courier Mail)