Enjoy live-recorded local music wherever you are, as we showcase some of the Blue Mountains’ best local talents...

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Love Local Live is part of our Love Local campaign, and is one small way we are supporting our local business and creative communities, many of whom have been hit particularly hard during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Supporting our community 

Love Local Live - Series 2 schedule

  • Thursday 15 October – Piccolo Bear - watch them here 
  • Thursday 22 October – Blue Sherlock - watch them here
  • Thursday 29 October – Witches Leap - watch them here
  • Thursday 5 November – Dee - watch her here
  • Thursday 12 November – Eagle & The Wolf - watch them here

Love Local Live - Series 1 schedule

  • Monday 15 June – Linda Mizzi - watch her here
  • Monday 22 June – Le Hot Club de Katoomba - watch them here 
  • Monday 29 June – Bonniedoon Duo - watch them here
  • Monday 6 July – Aurora Li & Ace Evergreen - watch them here
  • Monday 13 July – The Three Handed Beat Bandits - watch them here 
  • Monday 20 July – CJ Stranger - watch him here

About the performers

Piccolo Bear

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Piccolo Bear are a duo from the Blue Mountains. Their unique sound blends dark and sweet harmonies with banjo, ukulele and guitar. They have just returned home from playing shows in Italy and Vancouver, where they were based last year.

Blue Sherlock

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Blue Sherlock are Willem and Jeremy. Both Blue Mountains locals and professional musicians, they are currently recording their second original EP. Drawing inspiration from a collision of musical influences from Tash Sultana to Hozier, they draw no genre boundaries and use live looping to create luscious vibes and moody textures.

Witches Leap

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Witches Leap ripple with the darkness of the uilleann pipes and Irish flute. Backed with progressive bouzouki and guitar, they take the pathos and feistiness of Irish music and reinterpret it with originality arisen from local mythology. Instrumentals composed by Jade, Leigh and Paddy give way to folk-punk inspired ballads.

Dee

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Growing up in the Blue Mountains, Dee gained a hefty YouTube following throughout her teenage years under her old pseudonym, which brought opportunities of international touring and collaboration, crowd sourced projects and caught the eye of major players in the industry including SONY. As a largely self-taught and immensely passionate soul/jazz/folk musician, Dee opens the door to a sense of freedom as she comes into a new chapter of her performing life.

Standing at 4’11 and half, with steel lungs, an infectious laughs and a totally DIY kitted out school bus as a house, Dee is known for her raw lyricism and relatable energy.

Eagle & The Wolf

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Built from heartbreak, forged on love, Eagle & The Wolf bring open hearts, great songs and the truth to the stage.

Sarah Humphreys and Kristen Lee Morris met and decided to make a life and music together as Eagle & The Wolf.

Sarah has spent the last ten years opening her heart as she has grown into a woman, a mother and undoubtedly one of this country’s finest singers and songwriters. Kris  is forging a reputation as one of Australia’s finest, and most honest, country & blues musicians.

Two of Australia’s finest singer-songwriters, indie-pop goddess Sarah Humphreys and alt-country troubadour Kris Morris, met, fell in love and now they’re making beautiful folk music together as Eagle & The Wolf.” – Timber & Steel