The Queen of the Minor Key is back for a series of headlining shows across the East Coast.
Heading to Australia after the Covid cancellation of her 2020 Australian tour, the Queen of the Minor Key, Eilen Jewell is heading to Australia for a series of shows across Melbourne, Castlemaine, Canberra, Sydney, Eltham, Brisbane and more. She’ll be playing in Melbourne at Thornbury Theatre on March 9 and The Espy on March 14, as well as appearing at the Port Fairy Folk Festival and the Blue Mountains Folk Festival.
Eilen Jewell Australian Tour 2023
- March 3 – Archie’s Creek Hotel, Victoria
- March 4 – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine
- March 5 – Canberra Theatre, Canberra
- March 7 – Factory Theatre, Sydney
- March 9 – Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne
- March 10 and 11 – Port Fairy Folk Festival
- March 14 – The Espy, Melbourne
- March 15 – Eltham Hotel, Eltham
- March 16 – The Zoo, Brisbane
- March 17 and 18 – Blue Mountains Folk Festival
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Blending influences of classic country, folk, and 1960s era rock ’n’ roll with touches of surf-noir and early blues and jazz, Eilen Jewell and her band are belatedly touring in celebration of her 2019 album Gypsie, with her 2023 tour marking her first time Down Under since she was last here in 2018.
Australia came under Eilen’s spell well ahead of most places, on the back of her intoxicating third album, 2009’s Sea of Tears. She toured here for the first time in 2010, on the back of that album and strong radio support for the album’s bewitching opener “Rain Roll In”. She returned two years later, following the release of her Loretta Lynn tribute album Butcher Holler and the album from which came her sobriquet, The Queen of the Minor Key, and appeared at Bluesfest and on Rockwiz.
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