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An Intimate Concert Venue The only sound you hear is music
Inductees to the SA Hall of Fame Dave Blight (Premier Harmonica Player) - (Cold Chisel), Chris Finnen (Guitar Virtuoso) and Trev Warner (Bluegrass fiddle, banjo, guitar and more) return to "The Trinity Sessions" supported by The AMC Combo and special Guests, The Beggars, for one night only on Friday, 23 June 2017. Avoid disappointment, don't miss it!
Every time you listen to one of Australia's favourite rock anthems, KHE SANH by Cold Chisel you hear David's distinctive harp lines weaving in and out behind Jimmy Barnes' vocals. David was and still is Cold Chisel's harp player of choice and has recorded and toured with the band collectively and individually throughout the years.
Chris Finnen is recognised as the "guitarist's guitarist and was officially recognised and inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in New York in August 2013. Chris is one of Australia's most innovative and nomadic guitarists. His music will take you worldwide from our Fleurieu Peninsula to Northern Australia, to the Delta Blues and to Chicago in the US, to India and Africa, with moments of wry humour in his lyrics reflecting everyday experiences.
Trev Warner has a dynamic and versatile style that has over three decades won him numerous awards including three National Bluegrass Banjo Championships, the Golden Guitar for 'Best Instrumental Fiddle in the Gorge and Best Country Album High Rollin' Bluegrass with his son Kym Warner, who is a founding member of the American bluegrass band The Greencards.
Trev was also awarded three National Bluegrass Banjo Championship titles in 1980, 1996 and 1997.
Trev's current album Walkin' a Fine Line is a collection of acoustic Bluegrass and Country Music and includes his Gold Guitar winning track Peel Street Pickin' and features special guests Beccy Cole, Kasey Chambers, Bill Chambers, Stuart French and Carole Sturtzel.
Trev's extraordinary talents on banjo, guitar, fiddle and mandolin along with his sensational combination of fun and spontaneity are always entertaining and go over extremely well with fellow musicians and audiences.
The Adelaide Music Collective in conjunction with The Trinity Sessions have once again made further headway into keeping Adelaide an international music focal point with their promotion of world renown South Australian artists.