Band Room // $15
When you hear a voice that transports you to a different place, makes you feel something intangible and stays with long after the song has ended, you know you've found something special.
Melbourne musician Hannah Acfield has been leaving audiences throughout the country awed with her versatile voice that has the ability to sing just about anything.
Goyte (Wally DeBacker) believes she has "an expressive voice that engages you instantly", while Venetta Fields says Hannah has "the best voice I've heard in a long time".
One half of the sibling duo ‘The Acfields’, Hannah has spent the last six months writing for her debut solo album. It’s a move in a different musical direction – a synthesis between soul, gospel and folk music.
Armed with her new electric guitar, Hannah is showcasing her new material at The Wesley Anne before heading into the studio.
Joined by special guests.