The Backyarders

The Backyarders - A logo image of text that reads ‘The Back Yarders’ in yellow calligraphy font upon a red circle background.

Dates & times

1 Venue

The Wheaty Tin Shed at The Wheatsheaf Hotel

39 George St, Thebarton, SA, 5031

Content warnings

PG

Age Suitability:

PG

Coarse Language:

Occasional, Mild

Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

Other Warnings:

Loud noises

The Backyarders - A logo image of text that reads ‘The Back Yarders’ in yellow calligraphy font upon a red circle background.

About this event

The Backyarders are an Adelaide based fun-time band. The musical equivalent of a sausage on bread at your local hardware store, The Backyarders are the epitome of Australian Backyard culture. Delivering a high-energy performance laced with accordion, violin and gang vocals; contemporary folk, punk and rock meet traditional songs from around the world.
Formed in late 2019, this super group of Adelaide musicians: Doug Clark - Vocals & Guitar (Emergency Rule), Pearl Tassell - Accordion (Soursob Bob), Dylby McCullough - Bass & Vocals (Pimpin' Horus), Sarah O'Brien - Violin (The Timbers), and Lachlan Stopa - Drums (Brutaliate) burst onto the scene with a sold out show at the Adelaide Fringe in 2020. More Aussie than vegemite, be prepared for hill hoists, fairy bread, and a bloody good time!

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The Backyarders

The Backyarders are an Adelaide based fun-time band. The musical equivalent of a sausage on bread at your local hardware store, The Backyarders are the epitome of Australian Backyard culture. Delivering a high-energy performance laced with accordion, violin and gang vocals; contemporary folk, punk and rock meet traditional songs from around the world.
Formed in late 2019, this super group of Adelaide musicians: Doug Clark - Vocals & Guitar (Emergency Rule), Pearl Tassell - Accordion (Soursob Bob), Dylby McCullough - Bass & Vocals (Pimpin' Horus), Sarah O'Brien - Violin (The Timbers), and Lachlan Stopa - Drums (Brutaliate) burst onto the scene with a sold out show at the Adelaide Fringe in 2020. More Aussie than vegemite, be prepared for hill hoists, fairy bread, and a bloody good time!

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