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.
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.
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