15/03/2019 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Live Music Adelaide at The Unley
Relax and be entertained, eat, drink and listen to acoustic music at The Unley, part of what’s available for live music Adelaide.
Join us on Friday the 15th March for:
- Happy hour All Day (SA pints only $7!)
- Sam Brittain playing live music from 5pm-8pm
- $10 off bottles of wine (excluding house)
- $11 chef’s choice pizzas
- All day dining options available
BOOK NOW for lunch or dinner
Live Music Adelaide with Sam Brittain
Following the release of his sophomore album “Live Simply” in May 2014 Sam Brittain touring relentlessly throughout Australia, Europe and the United Kingdom.
Having supported international success stories such as British folk troubadour Passenger, breakthrough Australian artist Matt Corby, Irish rock outfit The Corona’s and Australian Triple J favourite Mat Mchugh of The Beautiful Girls on the road Sam has forged a unique sound blend of alternative country & folk songs. Sam’s sound rings out with an honest and unadulterated simplicity, his song writing reminiscent of artists such as Ryan Adams, John Moreland & Jason Isbell. Highlights from the last two years include Sam performing at the sold out MadNes Music Festival (2014/2015) in the Netherlands as well as joining West End Theatre star Daniel Koek as a special guest artist at The Royal Albert Hall in London.
Starting out busking the streets of Adelaide in 2011 and a hugely successful first tour, Sam’s lead single ‘Bruises’ from debut album release “Our Shining Skin” hit #1 on the Triple J Unearthed Roots Chart on New Year’s Eve, 2012/13, where it consolidated its lead for a consecutive four weeks, peaking at #6 in the Overall Top 100. 2012 proved to be a milestone year that saw him back in the recording studio to commence album number two almost immediately. Since then Sam has gone on to release his second full length LP “Live Simply” once again cracking the Triple J top 10 with lead track “Small Town” and gaining accolades from Roots N All host Sarah Howells as well as a special recording from Melbourne’s prestigious Athenaeum Theatre whilst on the Passenger theatre tour with fellow Australian songwriter Stu Larsen.
Aside from writing, recording and touring his own music Sam has also recorded, produced and played drums on albums for successful Melbourne based band Amistat, solo artist Bernie Carson and is currently co writing an album for South Australian alt country musician and friend Tara Carragher.