UPCOMING SHOWS

Basking in the Sun Tour 2019

Friday December 21st, 2018
Pepper Tree Cafe, Aldinga
Sunday January 6th, 2019
The Old Barn, Sedan
Saturday January 19th, 2019
Wheatsheaf Hotel, Thebarton
Sunday February 10th, 2019
Metropolitan Hotel, Adelaide
Sunday March 3rd, 2019
The Groove Garden Cafe, McLaren Vale
Friday March 15th, 2019
Grace Emily Hotel, Adelaide

Dirtyfrank is an indie acoustic folk rock band renowned for creating unique, haunting, and distinctive acoustic music filled with powerful raw emotion. They are well rehearsed, have a strong social media profile, and have gained a large fanbase by playing regularly on the pub circuit.

Dirtyfrank is:

Ash Jewers (vocals)
Luke Walters (guitar)
Morris Ewings (bass guitar)
Alan Cadman (drums)

Dirtyfrank Live at Semaphore Music Festival 2018
Dirtyfrank Live at the Wirrina Bluegrass and Acoustic Roots Festival 2017

With members coming from various musical backgrounds, each bring with them over 20 years of song writing and stage performing experience. Their music is acoustic at its roots, but includes a heavier undertone with the use of effects.

Their debut album, "Waiting For Sunshine" was released at the start of 2019.

The "Basking in the Sun" tour began in the Summer of 2018/2019 and continues to this day.

Following the release of the "Bones" EP in 2015, the band have played numerous shows around Australia including a performance at the Tamworth Country Music Festival (2016), appearances at the Laura Folk Festival (2016), Semaphore Music Festival (2016, 2017, 2018), Melrose Music Muster (2015, 2016), Chilli-fest (2017), Wirrina Bluegrass and Acoustic Roots Festival (2017), and the Espresso Martini Festival (2018).

"The feedback from playing our original material really has been overwhelming, and for this reason we want to get our music out there for everyone to experience and enjoy.

We love performing our music and are very much looking forward to expanding further afield. Our focus is to continue to create and share to the world more music which tests the boundaries of modern acoustic rock."