Thu, 26 Nov | DesertTV for Mo's Desert Clubhouse


Episode 7 of DesertTV features GC groove lords HANLON BROTHERS in one smooth as silk set. Tune in from home!
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Time & Location

26 Nov 2020, 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
DesertTV for Mo's Desert Clubhouse

About The Event

Music has always been a family affair for Gold Coast's Hanlon Brothers, spanning multiple generations and continents. Masterfully fusing original hip-hop, RnB, soul and electronic elements to create a signature sound, none have managed to capture the bliss of coastal life like these three.

Renowned for their incredible energy and chemistry on stage Hanlon Brothers have performed at Byron Bay Bluesfest and Woodford Folk Festival and supported the likes of Amy Shark, The Cat Empire and The Veronicas.

With a focus on strengthening their new sound, the Hanlon Brothers already have a killer combination of raw talent, versatility and flawless technique, and the potential for the future is limitless.

The act drop a big groove set and live interview for Episode 7 of Desert TV, new professionally captured and edited music TV channel.  Episode 7 airs Thursday 26 November at 8.00pm AEST.

So get your household ready, pack the esky, get that pizza in the oven and get ready for some loungeroom groove!

Purchase your $10 household ticket now and the livestream link will be sent to your email on the day of the show.  Then log in to Desert TV's YouTube channel via the link, join the chat room and you're away!  Exclusive show for ticket holders only.

Desert TV is the live video arm of Gold Coast creative space Mo's Desert Clubhouse, aiming to develop and nurture the energy and creative vision of artists and industry workers, capturing professionally-recorded live sets which engage the community in collaborative experience and provide necessary alternate income streams.

With help from the awesome folk at Beats Cartel, Mo's Desert Clubhouse, Serotonin Productions, Wild Honey Production, City of Gold Coast and the QLD Government.  Funded by the Regional Arts Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and the City of Gold Coast Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

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