Sarah blasko and whitley dating
Whitley, AKA Laurence Greenwood and his band were set to perform the final show of his Even The Stars Are A Mess tour, after a very lengthy hiatus from the touring circuit.The sheer volume of the crowd alone was indicative of Greenwood’s extended absence from the scene, and it was obvious from the outset that audiences were about to see a truly special show.A rousing performance of ‘I Awake’ closed the set, of which was well and truly a triumphant (eternal) return Sarah.Ahead of his performance at Splendour In The Grass, Laurence Greenwood AKA Whitley talked to Larry Heath about translating his new record Even The Stars Are A Mess for the big stage, having to put your life on hold to go on tour, as well as how his music is a mix of the first CD's he had; Leonard Cohen and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.It’s always a pleasure to go out for a night of soulful, (mostly) acoustic music when it seems that many are swamped by the electronic.These new tracks see Sarah Blasko shimmy and strut to the language of love as if she were playing them out in her own living room.
released late last year, Blasko has stepped out of the darkness of her previous albums.Having previously dipped her toe into the dance genre, she has written probably her most personal songs to date.Splendour In The Grass continues with Birds Of Tokyo, Cloud Control, Cold War Kids, Empire Of The Sun (Pictured above), Jake Bugg, Palma Violets, Polyphonic Spree, Sarah Blasko, Something For Kate, The National, Twinsy, Villagers, Violent Soho and Whitley.Photos by Ian Laidlaw The pouring rain sweeping through the streets of Melbourne drew streams of people into the comfort of the Hi-Fi Bar, all keen to witness a very special musical occasion.Highlights included ‘Say What You Want’, ‘I’d Be Lost’ and ‘Only One.’ A stripped back rendition of ‘Here’ brought the house down as Blasko’s vocals soared through the twin set of Vectors front of stage.
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The evening’s encore welcomed Aaron Manhattan, video star of ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ to the stage as he lip synced his way through the first chorus before Sarah returned to the stage announcing that she’d been totally upstaged and the duo synchronised their dance moves.