Tom West plays 2021 Adelaide Fringe at The Gov on 21 March.
At Adelaide Fringe in 2021, The Gov are serving up a plate of full English with a side dish of New Orleans blues and one of Adelaide's best indie acts Tom West. It's time to tuck-in to some wholesome musical dishes.
Originally formed in England, Noasis were born during the '90s in the midst and mayhem of Britpop.
As Oasis were busy taking the world by storm, Noasis were also just as busy performing shows across the UK for many years in clubs, pubs and festivals building their reputation as one of England's most authentic Oasis tribute acts.
In 2015, lead singer Darren Spiby decided to bring Noasis to Australia permanently. Now based in Adelaide and with a new line-up, they truly bring the spirit of Oasis to the stage with a show that oozes attitude, style and a wall of sound that only Oasis could produce.
Noasis play The Gov 26 February.
A Case Of You
Created by cabaret songbird and storyteller Deborah Brennan, A Case of You is a love letter paying homage to one of the most inspiring singer-songwriters of the Woodstock era.
Brennan connects the musical dots from Joni Mitchell's formidable body of work, which echoed the zeitgeist of the turbulent '70s and has crafted them into a memorable soundtrack of her own life wrapped in a contemporary story of free-spirited travel, love and loss.
Come on down to the Mermaid Cafe... we'll laugh and toast to lighter times and nostalgia.
A Case Of You is at The Gov 2-3 March.
New Orleans Blues Party
New Orleans, where every occasion is a reason to party! The Harmonics are a stalwart Adelaide blues band that have been heavily influenced by the music and rhythms of the Crescent City since forming in 2008.
Known for their outstanding groove-laden performances and leaning on the funk tradition of playing hypnotic grooves that WILL get you groovin', these outstanding musicians are renowned for their thoroughly entertaining and groov-alicious vibe.
New Orleans Blues Party at The Gov 20 March.
'Exile On Main St.' was first released in 1972 by the Rolling Stones. Recording for the album began in 1969 in England and continued in the summer of 1971 at a rented villa in the South of France named Nellcote while the band lived abroad as tax exiles.
'Satisfaction' will turn The Gov's main room into a French mansion, complete with hippies (warning: some semi-nude after it all it is the '70s) and the stage will resemble a recording studio.
Satisfaction will be joined in 'THE STUDIO' with an extra brass section, backing singers, percussionist, pedal steel and Marimba player.
'Satisfaction' plays The Gov 13 March.
Following three years of touring in the USA, Adelaide born and bred songwriter Tom West returns to The Gov with band (21 March) for a special performance of his much-loved songs and stories. Read our 2020 interview with Tom.