Graceland began as a small all acoustic backyard gig amongst friends in October of 2012. Sticking to it’s roots Graceland has always been about listening attentively, appreciation and good vibes. With just under 2 years under its belt Graceland has recently gone on hiatus. What was once ‘Graceland’ is now ‘Graceland Presents’ and we’re working on some exciting things for the future. If you liked Graceland then be sure to sign up to our newsletter to stay tuned for what Graceland Presents has in store for you!
We’re bringing back Dear Monday every Monday at Open Studio from 7pm-9.30pm. Free Entry, Four great up and coming artists! Don’t miss it… We can’t wait to see you all again!
In early February Graceland presented two special nights as part of The Metanoia Theatre at The Mechanic Institutes two week festival launch. This mini series was named ‘A Whistle and A Hum’ and featured Ben Whiting, Al Parkinson, James Kenyon, Strine Singers, Domini Forster, Dan Parsons, Brooke Russell (Brooke Russell and the Mean Reds) and The Nymphs.
Acoustic Shed is a sweet little night of completely acoustic music held inside a shed on with a intentionally limited crowd. It has no set date but often hosts musicians passing through from out of town that are looking to play a more intimate side show. Acoustic shed is about getting back to basics and listening to music in the raw. A night to be treasured just the way it is. Subscribe to our newsletter to hear about upcoming Acoustic Sheds in the future.