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Dan Brodie & drummer/vocalist Brett "Wolfie" Wolfenden (Davey Lane, Tim Rogers) join forces to perform a special show to mark the beginning of the summer holidays at Melbourne's hippest honky-tonk, The Gem Bar & Dining on Friday Dec 20. 

Dan Brodie and Wolfie Sings! will be perform songs off Dan's recently released acclaimed new Album, “Funerária do Vale” as well as a bunch of other stuff in a pared back visceral acoustic guitar and snare drum attack! 

Alongside Dan, Wolfie will be presenting a handful of his own song choices, taking the lead vocals on some of his fave songs. Here's what Wolfie had to stay about his exciting new "Wolfie Sings!" incarnation some months ago, "’s often observed that most drummers won’t likely be found vocalising for sheer lack of musical talent. Some deem us the non-musicians... Alas, this is not always the case."

Show starts at 9pm//Two Sets//Free


The Gem Bar & Dining

289 Wellington St, Collingwood VIC 3066




For those of you who missed out on tix for Dan's sold out Album Launch at The Merri Creek Hotel in October, here is another chance! With Special Guests, The Sideshow Brides. TIX AVAILBLE NOW THROUGH MOSHTIX.


“When we turn to dust” is the second single taken from Dan Brodie's acclaimed 2019 Album "Funeraria do Vale" and the new vid opens with Dan as the black suited cowboy, bent over in front of a shimmering blood red curtain, alone in a dream-like metaphysical state, an omnipresent disco ball and sense of foreboding pervading the eerie mis-en-scene. 

After time spent working with filmmakers making music videos both big and small for his various releases, Dan has gone it alone, directing a striking new video capturing the vulnerability of the performer in the spotlight. Joined by Chris Brodie on guitar and the mysterious Danielle Golding on vocals, the video was shot in one night at Body Electric Dance Studios in Collingwood, Melbourne by Antony Visser. 

With a touch of Twin Peaks and a hint of The King of Comedy in it’s simple yet stagey design, 

“When we turn to dust” captures the intimacy of performance; of the illusive space between reality and dreams.