MELT Vinyl: Kristy Apps performs Melissa Etheridge

Brisbane Powerhouse

MELT Vinyl: Kirst Apps performs Melissa Etheridge brings the raw vocals, powerful compositions and punchy acoustics of the American singersongwriter and activist's passionate debut album to the Brisbane Powerhouse on September 20 & 21.

A celebration to the greatest LGBTIQ+ albums, singers and icons of the past 50 years, MELT Vinyl gathers the best in Brisbane’s music community to pay homage to the messages, struggles and vocals of our LGBTI+ voices, with the second instalment showcasing Melissa Ethridge’s self-titled, critically acclaimed album.

MELT Vinyl Melissa Etheridge

31 years since its original release, Kristy Apps and special guests will celebrate the album with a passionate rock affair, performing each song on the album from start to finish, including break-out hits Like The Way I Do and Bring Me Some Water.

Tackling the emotional difficulties of relationships, love, romance as well as the energy and independent spirit of a young woman about to hit international acclaim, don’t miss Kristy App and guests for MELT Vinyl.

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MELT Vinyl: Melissa Etheridge

Brisbane Powerhouse

119 Lamington St

New Farm

Sep 20, 21 7pm

$34-$39 + book fee

3358 8600


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