Jack Carty Trio
Jack Carty – Official SXSW Showcase
Stephen F’s Bar on Congress
“…shouldn’t you have that stirred?”
Stephen F’s Bar was dead silent, the crowd captivated by Australian singer/songwriter Jack Carty.
His song had reached it’s climax, when the silence was broken from behind the bar with one of the punters ordering a cheeky martini and subsequent vodka-shaken racket.
The rattle of the martini shaker was swiftly followed by “…shouldn’t you have that stirred?”… Jack’s quick retort and easy, off-the-cuff banter what I’ve come to expect from the Sydney-based artist, both on stage and in person. Jack wowed his Austin audience with the light & colour of beautiful, ranging vocals and delicate guitars, which also featured a guest appearance from Hannah Shepherd (Emma Louise‘s talented keys player, vocalist and close family friend).
Having seen a number of performances live in LA and SXSW, I’ve fallen in love with Jack Carty’s music and so upon arriving back at the hotel room earlier in the evening to find him warming up for the show, my automatic 1st response was to capture the moment.
Jack Carty’s latest single with Casual Psychotic “What Does Your Heart Say” is the song we recorded and this moving impromptu rendition from a Texas hotel room is the first release from Jack’s latest ‘The Predictable Crisis of Modern Life’ – EP.
Jack recently completed a run of North American dates, released the new single in the USA and has just been on an Australian national tour, so I suggest if you haven’t seen him live already, that you get down to one of his shows stat. Immediately it will become clear why this lovely, talented and amiable guy has played alongside the likes of Josh Pyke, Matt Corby, Katie Noonan, Husky & more and featured at a bunch of Australian and international festivals including SXSW, Canadian Music Week, Woodford Festival, Peats Ridge and Playground Weekender.
Success could not come to a more deserving artist.
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Jack Carty exclusive live acoustic performance from South-By-South-West (SXSW)
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The Aussie BBQ – South By South West (SXSW) playing times have been announced!
Presented by Sounds Australia, The Aussie BBQ – SXSW 2013 kick-ass line-up at Maggie Mae’s includes:
360, Alpine, Alison Wonderland, Andy Clockwise, Anna Lunoe, The Audreys, The Beards, Bearhug, Blackchords, The Cambodian Space Project, Clairy Brown & the Bangin’ Rackettes, Dune Rats, Emma Louise, The Falls, Flume, Georgia Fair, Ginger & the Ghost, Gold Fields, The Good Ship, Hiatus Kaiyote, High Highs, Holy Balm, Jack Carty Trio, Jackson Firebird, Jonathan Boulet, Mitzi, Rites Wild, The Rubens, San Cisco, Seth Sentry, Strangers, Summer Flake, Transcription of Organ Music, The Trouble With Templeton, The Vaudeville Smash, Vance Joy and What So Not
Back in 2003, Glenn Dickie and Mary Mihelakos (Stage Mothers) started The Aussie BBQ as a small BBQ event to help showcase Australian artists/bands attending the world’s largest music, film and interactive conference. With the hard work of event partners Sounds Australia and Stage Mothers, 11 years on The Aussie BBQ has grown to become the biggest showcase of Australian music in the world, with events year-round on 3 different continents.
36 Australian artists/bands on 3 stages over 14 hours in Austin, Texas.
This is going to be a ripper!
Sounds Australia Presents The Aussie BBQ – SXSW 2013
323 E 6th St
Date: Saturday March 16th
Doors: 12 midday – 02:00am
Special thanks to event partners Virgin Australia and Studios 301
Want to know more? Check out The Aussie BBQ – BPM documentary
“I don’t know why, but we do…” with Blue King Brown, Paul Dempsey, Bliss n Eso, The Jezabels, Hungry Kids of Hungary, Henry Wagons & more!
SXSW playing times right here!
|Rooftop Stage||Club Room Downstairs||Gibson Stage Room|
|12.15 – 12.40||Andy Clockwise||12.00 – 12.25||The Good Ship||12.00 – 12.25||Transcription of Organ Music|
|1.00 – 1.25||The Audreys||12.45 – 1.10||The Cambodian Space Project||12.45 – 1.10||The Falls|
|1.45 – 2.10||Vance Joy||1.30 – 1.55||Rites Wild||1.30 – 1.55||Summer Flake|
|2.30 – 2.55||Alpine||2.15 – 2.40||Bearhug||2.15 – 2.40||Ginger & the Ghost|
|3.15 – 3.40||The Rubens||3.00 – 3.25||Blackchords||3.00 – 3.25||Jack Carty Trio|
|4.00 – 4.25||Clairy Browne & the Bangin’ Rackettes||3.45 – 4.10||Jackson Firebird||3.45 – 4.10||Georgia Fair|
|4.45 – 5.10||The Trouble With Templeton||4.30 – 4.55||Strangers||4.30 – 4.55||Emma Louise|
|5.30 – 5.55||San Cisco||5.15 – 5.40||The Vaudeville Smash||5.15 – 5.40||High Highs|
|7.00 – 7.40||Holy Balm||6.00 – 6.25||DUNE RATS|
|9.00 – 9.40||Hiatus Kaiyote||8.00 – 8.40||The Beards|
|10.00 – 10:40||Gold Fields||9.00 – 9.40||Jonathan Boulet|
|11.00 – 11.40||Flume||10.00 – 10.40||Mitzi|
|12.00 – 12.40||Seth Sentry||11.00 – 11:40||Anna Lunoe|
|01.00 – 01.50||360||12.00 – 12.40||Alison Wonderland|
|01.00 – 01.50||What So Not|