Singer, songwriter and guitarist Bailey Judd has been known in blues circles as the fedora kid who rocked the stages of Sydney Blues and Roots, the Harley Davidson HOG Rally and the Australian Blues Festival multiple times before growing a single chest hair.
In 2019, after a captivating Sofar Sounds performance and sideman work with Girl on the Hill at St Kilda Festival as well as support slots for Jon Stevens and The Black Sorrows with Kathryn Hartnett, Bailey is set to release his latest single, "The View" to be followed by an April residency at the Gasometer.
Joined by a killer band; Dom Stitt on drums, Ben Cooke on bass and Max Teakle on keys, shit gon' be tight.
Bailey and his band will be joined by Neo-Soul R&B outfit, Kong Kord and the heartwarming songwriting of Connor Black-Harry, known for his many musical contributions, mostly notably with Gretta Ray.
Doors at 8pm
Set Times TBA