Saturday night May 4th sees the return of my band with no name [featuring Shane O’Mara/guitars, Rosie Westbrook/double bass, Kiernan Box/piano, organ, accordion, Ben Wiesner/drums, Kelly Day and Rebecca Barnard/bvs]. We’ll be in full flight [northside] launching Sparrow & Swan at the The Spotted Mallard ~ 314 Sydney Rd, Brunswick. Just possibly the last chance to catch the musicians who helped create and shape this album of mine + very special guest Rebecca Barnard ~

Tickets available here ~ 🎫


Sparrow & Swan is a brilliant album. Snarski has produced his best work to date and one of the best albums of the year - 9/10
[Spill Magazine | Canada]

One thing is clear Snarski is a born singer-songwriter, savouring subtle narrative details as much as every sumptuous syllable of his phrasing.
[The Weekend Australian]

Last night I saw Rob Snarski sing an eight minute song about two girls in Belfast crossing the peace lines in search of Van Morrison. If there’s a better song going around I’d like to hear it.
[Mick Thomas]

The voice is, as always, treacle poured on warm oats but the stories of Sparrow and Swan will keep you sated for days. A record that will have you wandering outside, adrift of time and geography, happy as a lark.
[Tim Rogers]

Next up Shane O’Mara and I head north to Sydney to play Camelot Lounge in Marrickville, Friday May 10. So nice to have Amanda Brown joining us for a few tunes ~ tickets here 🎫

Big thanks to all in Adelaide who came along to The Wheatsheaf, thankyou. Rx