07 April 2021 Factory Theatre. Sydney
08 April 2021 Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Taking a modern interpretation on traditional blues music, the Lovell sister's performance is like a breath of fresh air to the blues scene!
After a sell-out run in 2019, blues sisters Larkin Poe are back to play even bigger venues in both Melbourne and Sydney. Taking a modern interpretation on traditional blues music, the Lovell’s performance is like a breath of fresh air to the blues scene.
Making music under the name of their Great-Great-Great-Grandfather, Larkin Poe create a unique brand of gritty, southern-fried blues, roots ‘n’ roll. Rebecca Lovell’s voice is full, comforting and charismatic as is seamlessly blends into her big sister Megan’s gospel-like backing vocals. Both performing as multi-instrumentalists, it’s Megan that often steals the show, providing the perfect balance with some cracking lap steal solos; their performances that have garnered plenty of high-profile admirers such as Elvis Costello, Keith Urban, Bob Seger and Russell Crowe.
After a remarkable two-year run that saw them earn a GRAMMY® Award nomination for their last chart-topping studio album, Larkin Poe have returned with what is undeniably their most wide-reaching, artistically adventurous, and self-determined work to date. SELF MADE MAN (out June 12, 2020) sees the sister duo pushing their music and message towards hitherto unexplored terrain, inspired by their epic world travels yet still powerfully rooted in the creative heritage of their beloved American South. The album is ambitious in both its eclectic, energetic sound and its resolutely welcoming mission, its universal lyrical approach fueled by tradition, invention, and Larkin Poe’s remarkable ability to touch the hearts and souls of their fellow humans worldwide.
– Early entry to the venue (1 hour before doors)
– Personal meet & greet and photo with Larkin Poe
– Acoustic one song performance by Larkin Poe
– Exclusive VIP merch item
– Commemorative VIP laminate
**General admission ticket is to be sold separately