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July 31, 2020
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COMA: Eliza Dickson & Andrew Casey Quartet

Monday, 3 August 2020

Every first and third Monday of the month, COMA takes over the Tin Shed at The Wheaty, bringing with them a deep love of jazz and creative, original music (hence the capitalised acronym above).


COMA at The Wheaty
Featuring Eliza Dickson & Andrew Casey Quartet
6:45pm Monday, 3 August
The Wheaty
39 George Street, Thebarton 5031
More info

On Monday, 3 August, COMA welcomes Eliza Dickson, a vocalist and composer who performs alongside Emily Ryjoch (tenor saxophone), David Goodwin (keys and synthesisers), Dylan Paul (bass), and Alex Flood (drums and cymbals.

Eliza and her band are known for their neo-soul bent, guaranteed to “tickle your pop and jazz world fantasies.”

Also on the lineup this Monday is the Andrew Casey Quartet, consisting of the titular Andrew on electric piano, Tyler Venter on electric guitar, Declan Horan on double bass, and Josh Baldwin on drums.

The quartet performs modern jazz, and was formed out of a “collective need to play music with other people.

If, through the course of your lifelong musical fanship, harbour a deep desire to hear and feel jazz music performed in the flesh, COMA’s Wheaty gigs are a great place to get your fill.

COMA is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run association, and as such, there is a $15 charge on the door, which goes to help keep the organisation running and music being performed. COMA members can get in at a discount price of $8. An annual COMA membership costs $30, or $20 with concession.

Doors for the Eliza Dickson and Andrew Casey Quartet double bill open at 6:45 for a 7pm start, this Monday, 3 August.

Sidle up with a pint of something tasty from Wheaty Brewing Corps (like the COMA collaboration beer Malto Allegro, for example) and settle in for a night of incredible, local, creative and original live music.

More information is available at the event page. Connect with COMA on Facebook and Instagram.

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