Having wowed audiences with their take on 45 years worth of Kuepper catalogue last year, Ed Kuepper with Jim White return to finish what they began back in May ’21 before the world went topsy turvy (again). The announcement of their April/May 2022 shows is now complete and includes performances at both the Rising Festival in Melbourne and Vivid in Sydney. 

Kuepper, of course, is the co-founder of ’70’s proto-punks The Saints, chief architect of the uncompromising Laughing Clowns and The Aints! and master songsmith over some 15+ solo albums, while White is the brilliant drummer of renowned instrumental trio Dirty Three, partner in the genre-defying Xylouris White and disciple of all things Ed. 

Since we last saw this dynamic duo, Ed has toured as a member of the all-star improvisational quartet Asteroid Ekosystem (alongside Alister Spence, Lloyd Swanton and Toby Hall – and Jim has seen swift success of his new art-rock/free jazz/ experimental noise trio with Chris Abrahams and Gareth Liddiard.  Jim has also been announced as Artist in Residence for Melbourne’s Rising Festival in June, where he will showcase four of his collaborative works, including his work with Ed. 

ED KUEPPER with JIM WHITE

Thu 21 APR – THE STREET, CANBERRA
Fri 22 APR – MILTON THEATRE, MILTON
Sat 23 APR – THE MUSIC LOUNGE, WOLLONGONG
Sun 24 APR –  GUMBALL FESTIVAL, LOWER BELFORD
Fri 29 APR – TANKS ARTS CENTRE, CAIRNS
Sat 30 APR – THE SOUND LOUNGE, CURRUMBIN 4223
Sat 7 MAY – MEENIYAN TOWN HALL, MEENIYAN
Sun 8 MAY – MACEDON RAILWAY HOTEL, MACEDON
Wed 11 MAY – THE GOV, ADELAIDE
Fri 13 MAY –  FREO SOCIAL, FREMANTLE
Sat 14 MAY – THE RIVER HOTEL, MARGARET RIVER
Fri 20 MAY-  MONA MUSEUM, TASMANIA – SOLD OUT
Sat 21 MAY-  MONA MUSEUM, TASMANIA
Sat 28 MAY – VIVID LIVE AT SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE, SYDNEY
Wed 8 JUN – RISING, THE FORUM, MELBOURNE

All shows now on-sale via edkuepper.com

ed kuepper with jim white: rising, gumball and vivid festivals added – all shows selling fast!

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Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

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