Karen Lee Andrews at Lazybones for Mother's day
Show + Pizza
Jade MacRae and Karen Lee Andrews are two of Australia’s preeminent Soul and Blues voices. This is a rare opportunity to witness the two come together in a one off intimate show that will feature selections from both artists solo repertoires, coupled with some unique takes on material from the world's great Blues and Soul artists, current and classic. Both these women have their feet firmly planted in roots of Soul, Gospel and classic Rhythm and Blues sounds, and their shared Polynesian heritage provides a common backdrop which continues to inform their individual creative paths. Despite many common influences, these two artists possess distinctive, unmistakable and almost divergent vocal characters. Karen’s smoky gravel and grit, which transcends effortlessly to a sweet pure falsetto, answered by Jade’s unswerving power and jazz soaked phrasing - the combination of the two leaves no colour undiscovered, no emotion unexpressed. With Karen’s weighty guitar playing laying the foundation, Jade at the piano and Wurlitzer, and some very special surprise guests, this is sure to be a deeply moving night of Blues based music, not to be missed.
Festival of Voices has been bringing joy to Tasmanian winters since 2004. The state’s original marquee winter event, has become known as Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice, attracting audiences of 30,000 people over two weeks.
An intimate show with good friends Daniel March and Yanya Boston Doors open 6:30
$20 + BF
Karen Lee Andrews has reconnected with her guitar, hitting new strides and a unique style, which can only be described as Oceanic Blues. And now this commanding woman of soul is back with her original music and her EP “Far From Paradise” to set stages alight. The depths of her voice unlimited, she is already a fast festival favourite. Karen has that rare gift to communicate the unspeakable. Oceanic Blues is the newest sub-genre of the Blues. Oceania’s narrative tradition and the introduction of American Blues, Soul and Gospel since the 1960s, has shaped this distinctive style. The roots of the sound are gritty guitar, glowing valves, lush tremolo and deep reverb in a distinctively fluid Oceanic expression. This sound carries the mood and tones of Oceania expressed in rich, warm vocal tones. Karen Lee Andrews debuts her new sound and EP “Far from Paradise”. This EP mines the vibrant blues and soul at the heart of her musical heritage. Andrews mostly tours as a formidable trio, teaming up with Yanya Boston on drums and Adam Ventoura on bass – two exceptional musicians. Each musician is outstanding in his or her own right, but the dynamic of the group is exhilarating to witness! The trio delivers a classic hard-hitting blues rock. $50 entry includes band and a pizza 🍕 of your choice 7pm doors 8.30pm bands 12am late night band open late Lazybones Lounge Restaurant & Bar is a COVID Safe ✅. You must be seated at all times & obey the conditions of entry https://moshtix.com.au/v2/event/karen-lee-andrews/123534
$50 entry includes band and a pizza of your choice
Join us for a soulful night of oceanic blues with Karen Lee Andrews, her band & DJ Trey playing sets before and after the show.
$50 per ticket. This admits entry to the venue for the ticket holder as well as a pizza of your choice.
The Woodford Folk Festival, an event of international standing, is held annually over six days and six nights from Dec 27th through to January 1st. More than 2000 performers and 438 events are programmed featuring local, national and international guests. This year's festival 19/20 will be the 34th festival the 27th at Woodfordia.
Karen Lee Andrews, Far From Paradise - Tour Finale!
The Oceanic Blues and Soul Heiress is celebrating the last show of the year with a host of supreme musicians! The lavish addition is a homage to the people who have supported Andrews throughout the year.
In the first set, Andrews debuts a vocal trio, together with artists Buddy Siolo and Phil Fa'alua. The second set, by the Karen Lee Andrews Band, includes exceptional musicians Adam Ventoura, Yanya Boston and Shannon Stitt. During the show, noteworthy guest singers will join Andrews for a song or two. Opening the evening is Gypsy Blues singer-songwriter Roshani.
6:00 PM - Restaurant: relish the menu 8:30 PM - Opening Act: Roshani Priddis 9:30 PM - Show Set 1: KLA Vocal Trio 10:00 PM - Show Set 2: KLA Band
Sat 9th November – Woodville Town Hall, Woodville SA
7pm – 12mid
Marysville in Victoria’s Yarra Valley is one of those beautiful parts of the world where community spirt, a love of the arts, and an idyllic location all make it a perfect destination for a weekend music festival.
The much-loved Marysville Jazz and Blues Weekend will take place this year on October 18-20. The festival is perfect for anyone looking for a picturesque weekend filled with new friends, amazing performances, and break from the daily grind.
The line-up for the festivals 5th year will include Melbourne soul legends Vika & Linda Bull, Karen Lee Andrews – whose rise began some time ago as ‘Ms. Murphy’ on TV show The Voice, WA blues prodigy Matty T Wall, the awesome 19-piece big band power of Big Band Frequency, the African/Australian colab project Senegambian Jazz Band, travelling troubadour Frank Sultana, and many still to be announced.
Visitors can soak up the jazz and blues atmosphere throughout the village, in cafes, restaurants and bars. Perfect for a weekend away or stay longer and explore all that this beautiful part of the world has to offer!
more info - marysvillejazzandblues.com
Karen Lee Andrews will be playing at The Lost Ones.
Wollombi Music Festival return's for it 10th Birthday over the weekend of Friday to Sunday, September 27 - 29 at 'Cranky Rock', just 5 minutes from the historic Hunter Valley village of Wollombi.
All tickets include camping & are priced at $175 + BF for the full festival weekend & at this stage are strictly limited to 500 unless our DA for expanded capacity is approved & we will release more tickets.
Mitchell Creek Rock 'N' Blues Fest is an Australian Premier Music Festival hosted on a private 100 acre property up in Noosa Hinterland's beautiful Mary Valley, in Queensland's amazing Sunshine Coast region. Escape to the bushland for an adventure-filled weekend of rock blues and roots music. Enjoy FREE camping, and 2 x alternating stages offering you non-stop music, so you never have to miss a band or artist.
We are a disability friendly event. We have a designated area including disability friendly facilities and access to performance venues, as well as a reserved camping area with disability friendly hot showers and toilets right near the main entry to the event arena.
Experience... An authentic all-weekend, long-weekend experience An intimate capacity show set in and around the Mitchell Creek Valley Easy access to clean toilet and shower amenities Easy access to food stalls and bar A real campsite (dry, clean and you are never more than a few hundred metres from food, light, power, bins, facilities and music)
In beautiful, grassy, bushy Australia in the valley surrounds of a natural mountainous amphitheatre featuring bunya pines, cedar trees, and the big, big starry sky The greatest weekend of our year!
Join us for a wonderful evening of live music at the historic Mangrove Mountain Hall with one of Australia's best singer songwriter and guitarist, Karen Lee Andrews with full band, plus more TBA. Food and light refreshments available on the night, BYO welcome. Doors open at 6pm. Blues on the Mountain is a family friendly all ages event
As the temperature begins to drop, warm up with a glass of mulled wine in The Grounds Garden and relax into a night of soul and blues…
The Grounds Blues and Mulled Wine Night returns for the Winter of 2019. The Garden will be staying open late to bring you an evening of soulful music. With the heater’s on and the mulled wine hot, there’s no need to worry about the cold. To accompany your night of live music, The Garden Bar will be open for drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), whilst the BBQ will be providing a select menu by Executive Head Chef Paul McGrath.
The Garden is a family-friendly space and all children and 4 legged friends are welcome.
Karen Lee Andrews Trio
CROWN RESORT – GROOVE LIVE BAR & TERRACE
Level 1 Crown Melbourne - 8 Whiteman Street Southbank 3006 7pm – 9pm
Taking place in the magnificent, historic riverside town of Bellingen and selling out each year, Bello Winter Music has fast become the under-the-radar favourite for musicians and punters who like their music up close and intimate. If this sounds like a perfect weekend away, grab your tickets now at bellowintermusic.com before they sell out.
Our next show is on Friday May 10 2019 when we present a veritable Festival of fantastic female vocalists. The incredible Karen Lee Andrews (Ms. Murphy from The Voice) is seriously one of the most powerful vocalists you’ll ever hear. She’ll perform some unforgettable Soul classics plus her own unique brand of Oceanic Blues.
Opening the show are those stunning teen songbirds Nat & Jules who made the Semi-Finals of Australia’s Got Talent as 13 year olds! They wowed us last year at Roseville and are back, even better in 2019.
supported by Jay Power
Support act Jay Power
We are back by popular demand for our seventh year. We will be providing another world-class blues festival found on the stunning Mornington Peninsula. This is Mornington’s premier blues event and is not to be missed! After our amazing debut over the last few festivals, featuring some of the biggest blues legends