Adelaide man, Banjo Jackson, is known for his sweet folky tones that make you want to leave all your worries behind and get up and dance.
Remember him from this gig last year? Well Jackson is back and better than ever.
With Jackson on guitar, he’s often accompanied with a violin at gigs – but for this special night there’s a whole gang involved. As he deserves.
Celebrating his single launch party on the 17th of December, Jackson is playing with the Rooibus Orchestra to perform the entirety of the new album for us.
Did I mention this gig is free? All the more reason to show your support to this lovely local guy.
Jackson’s music is the type that offers everything a Summer day should. Think Timberwolf and Vance Joy. The strings in all his arrangements, as well as the story-telling aspect is a crowd pleaser.
How could you resist a night of this?
Always pulling any crowd to their feet, Jackson continues to provide, please, and this night at Café Troppo is set to be nothing short of a favourite of yours – guaranteed.
What: Banjo Jackson & the Rooibus Orchestra’s Single Launch Party
Where: Café Troppo, 42 Whitmore Square, Adelaide
When: 6pm, 17th of December
All images via Banjo Jackson's Facebook page.
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