One of Australia’s pre-eminent singer-songwriters, Kev Carmody is a living legend.
A storyteller of Aboriginal and Irish heritage, Carmody is best known for 1991’s politically-charged anthem, written with Paul Kelly, ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’, and his impressive body of work was covered by the likes of Archie Roach, John Butler, Missy Higgins and Dan Kelly for the 2007 tribute album Cannot Buy My Soul.
This special Festival appearance also features a screening of Brendan Fletcher’s Songman, a documentary exploring Carmody’s unique philosophy on music and recording, making this a truly memorable night.
Awards & Reviews
‘He’s powerful and scary and beautiful. Like something you’d see in nature … Awesome in the truest sense.’