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Al Parkinson

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26 FROM 6:00PM

Al says her genre is Happy/Sad. Her songs come from him, her and them. She has a loud laugh and wants to be friends with everyone.

You will usually see her onstage with three backing singers (‘the babes’) who sound so damn good it makes you feel a bit weird. She plays electric guitar and a ukulele comes out from time-totime.
Her playful onstage banter is the perfect compliment to her soulful voice and wonderfully constructed songs of love and loss. Stories to which everyone can relate.

Al has played a number of festivals all around Australia and has solid knowledge of the venues in Melbourne and regional Victoria. She’s released one EP and is currently finishing the second looking to release the first single sometime in 2019.

Free Event