The mesmerizing Reb Fountain makes his Melbourne debut at Brunswick Ballroom

Alt-folk star Reb Fountain heads to Melbourne for what will be a mesmerizing show at the Brunswick Ballroom on Thursday, July 2nd.

San Francisco-born, New Zealand-raised Reb Fountain is an award-winning singer-songwriter known for captivating performances. With a sound no different from Patti Smith, Florence and the Machine or Kate Bush, but with a stunning originality, Reb Fountain will make her Melbourne debut at Brunswick Ballroom on Thursday 2nd June.

What you need to know

  • New Zealand singer-songwriter Reb Fountain comes to Melbourne for her debut show
  • Her self-titled album Reb Fountain won the Taite Music Prize 2021, as well as five New Zealand Music Awards
  • She will be on display at Brunswick Ballroom on Thursday June 2nd

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In addition to her all-star band, which includes Dave Khan, Karin Canzek and Earl Robertson, Reb Fountain has supported Nick Cave, among others, during his sold-out Auckland Town Hall show. The boy next door as well as participating in Crowded House on their To the island Tour.

Featuring her 2020 self-titled album that won the 2021 Taite Music Prize, as well as five New Zealand Music Awards; Album of the Year, Best Alternative, Best Solo Artist, Best Album Artwork, and Best Engineer. her song Do not you know who I am, from the same album, was nominated for the Silver Scroll award.

From Lyttelton, the same quiet Christchurch harbor town that raised artists like her friends Marlon Williams, Aldous Harding and Delaney Davidson, Reb Fountain has emerged as a stellar alt-folk artist. With her latest album IRIS, Taking her music to new heights by mixing her signature noir funk-punk with pop elements, her Melbourne debut at the Brunswick Ballroom is one not to be missed.

Check out Reb Fountain by going to her website here. Secure your tickets to the Brunswick Ballroom show before they sell out by going here.

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