7.30pm Saturday 12 November 2022
Mischievous musicians The Scaramouche combine rock, swing, jazz, and punk with the attitude of a metal band and the endless energy of a room full of puppies. Supported by Lillian McVeity & Kara Coen.
Tickets $20. Discount for Twyford e-news subscribers.
Refreshments available for purchase from 7pm. BYO permitted in moderation – no eskies.
The Scaramouche are six locals of the NSW Far South Coast who have come together to bring mischief, magic and music.
Despite starting to gig just before Covid hit, their live shows have wowed festival crowds in the short time they have been around.
The Scaramouche released their debut single in The Preacher’s Daughter in 2021 and will release their debut EP in 2022.
Fronted by the powerhouse Jacqui Howarth, whose voice is a force to be reckoned with, she packs the attitude to match. Holding down a stone cold low end is bass slinger Sats Kramer. His disturbing bass lines are juxtaposed with his deeply calming smile. Bringing the extra heart felt vocals is Sharlee Cantrill, whose energy and stage presence leaves audiences with their jaws on the floor. Max Tucker is the man with the golden horn. His trombone lines combine jazz with the wonderment of swing and rock. Flying in on his magical carpet is the baby of the band, Braedon Welsh-Jones. Don’t let this kid fool you, he plays music with a maturity lost on musicians thrice his age. Finally on lead guitar we have Tim Carson. A man who once traded his big toe for a guitar pick. Don’t worry kids, the toe grew back!
The Scaramouche are about to get loud in a venue near you.
Lillian McVeity is a young local musician who has featured on Triple J’s Unearthed. Her musical style includes clear folk influences although her first single, “Hearts in December” exhibits a more indie pop sound. Lillian has been performing around her local area since the age of 12, and recently formed the band “Aylagaze” playing rock and dance covers on the pub circuit. However, she is now focusing on her solo career and plans to release her album within the next year. Her guitar playing and vocal harmonies (which she achieves through vocal looping) create a muted and relaxed atmosphere, she strives to create a musical experience that is unique.
Kara Coen is one of the most exciting new female soul artists of the south east. The singer/songwriter plays a unique fusion of blues, smooth Jazz and pop. With intoxicating vocals and compelling lyrics; she composes her music on guitar and piano. She has been called a modern Aretha, compared to Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin and Sarah Blasko. A dynamic, power house voice, with a message of love, empowerment and inclusion. She is working on her debut album of original songs and gearing up for her first Australian tour.
This performance is supported by Live Music Australia – an Australian Government initiative