Sat, 28 Nov|
Main Bar & The Lounge
The Session w/ Paul Decarlo, Wayne 'Songtrain' Tritton, Ben Little
The origins of the ’session’ come from an unplugged and eclectic place. No song, genre or era is excluded. It’s all about the song. More often than not we are playing songs we have never even heard before, let alone played before. Sometimes original songs get an airing as well.
Time & Location
28 Nov 2020, 6:30 pm
Main Bar & The Lounge, 29 Birchgrove Rd, Balmain
About the Event
The origins of the ’session’ come from an unplugged and eclectic place. No song, genre or era is excluded.
It’s all about the song. More often than not we are playing songs we have never even heard before, let alone played before.
Sometimes original songs get an airing as well. From ballads to traditional to rock and blues, songs can come from anywhere.
We love finding gems that are really well known but seldom heard live and every musician brings something different to the table.
Some magic moments have been created by simply ‘flying by the seat of our pants!’
The ‘session’ has been entertaining audiences in Balmain for 20 years now with over 15 musicians as part of the family.
Loose, relaxed and fun is the atmosphere we always try to create.
Paul is an acoustic singer/guitar player whose repertoire spans all of the decades and incorporates a multitude of genres. Paul’s great singing voice is accompanied by his left handed guitar (but we won’t hold that against him)!
Ben is a singer/songwriter and has been in the Sydney music industry for over 40 years.
He has played with Swanee, Alex Smith (Moving Pictures), and many more. Ben brings a different
guitar to every gig and plays electric and acoustic as well as 12 string, resonator, mandolin and bass.
Presently with The Bell and Concord Joe, he also plays in several tribute shows including The Beatles,
Creedence Clearwater Revival, Tom Petty, Neil Young, and Paul Kelly/Neil Finn.
Wayne “Songtrain” Tritton
Wayne is one of those unique singer/songwriters that manages to unearth songs that are often not performed very often and his eclectic choice of songs always brings an audience to ask, “I know that song! Who played it?” His deep raspy Johnny Cash type voice always adds a unique timbre to any band that he plays in.