For one night only Ramblin' Nights are so damn happy to bring Dan Brodie (with Marty Burke) & Hannah Aldridge (USA) to THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL in Newton.... Yes amazing .

Thurs Feb 7th the wonderful folks at The Midnight Special is all set for Melbourne’s DAN BRODIE with iconic Newcastle guitarist MARTY BURKE, and from the USA for the 1st time in Australia ‘Amerciana Heir Apparent Princess of Muscle Shoals HANNAH ALDRIDGE.

Following a hugely successful 2018 with Dan Brodie’s starring turn in the “Take Me To Town” launches as well as the release of his own acclaimed covers album, “Lost Not Found” on Vinyl, the man with the red cubans will hit the east coast of Australia with his mate and iconic Newcastle guitar slinger Marty Burke (James Thomson & The Strange Pilgrims, The Lairs) for one last whip around the country before Dan Brodie bunkers down to record a new record.

Dan Brodie is a revered Australian singer-songwriter. Since 1999, and has captured audiences around the world releasing a succession of albums (seven in total), which have been nominated for numerous awards.

His talents are recognized in his native Australia with two ARIA Awards for his second album, Empty Arms, Broken Hearts and along with his various outfits, The Broken Arrows and The Grieving Widows. Brodie’s musical talents have taken him to the U.S., U.K., Brazil, France, Spain and Denmark, playing such iconic venues as CBGB in New York, The Continental in Austin, The Exit/In in Nashville and The Olympia in Paris.

There are few artists that can truly encapsulate the essence and true range of Americana like Muscle Shoals artist Hannah aldridge , whose musical pedigree precedes her and speaks for itself.

Hannah Aldridge is the daughter of Alabama Music Hall of Famer Walt Aldridge, who is one of the most prolific songwriters of the modern musical era. Twice named by Billboard magazine as one of the Top Country Songwriters of the year, ASCAP Songwriter of the Year, and countless Number One and Top Ten hits recorded by the likes of Lou Reed, Reba McEntire, Travis Tritt, Earl Thomas Conley, Ricky Van Shelton, Ronnie Milsap, and Conway Twitty.

With sounds ranging from blues in the Mississippi Delta to the dusty, dixieland jazz sounds from New Orleans, the musical stylings of Muscle Shoals on up to the primitive roots of American Country music, Hannah Aldridge leaves no inspiration or influence untapped.