The Sound Doctor: Steve Poltz

An Evening with Steve Poltz (USA)!

Allow us to introduce you to world renowned US troubadour Steve Poltz: Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia and raised in San Diego, CA Steve toured and recorded with San Diego cult favourites The Rugburns (they still play annual sold-out reunion shows). But it was through his creative partnership with Jewel that he vaulted into the national spotlight; co-writing her multiplatinum Billboard Hot 100-busting smash, 'You Were Meant For Me', and he continues to work with her to this day.

Steve has become an absolute fan favourite at festivals such as Bluesfest, Port Fairy Folk Festival, National Folk Festival, Blue Mountains Music Festival, ECHO Festival and Queenscliff Music Festival. If you feel like you've seen his name before, that might be because this tour marks his 22nd time in Australia! Over the years he's inspired a cult following that includes fellow musicians, regular folks and festival goers who stumble onto his performances.

A Steve Poltz show is truly a show - there will be plenty of folk and blues songs, but also stories, jokes, songs made up on the spot, sing-alongs and maybe even a hug. No two Steve Poltz shows are ever the same so expect the unexpected - but expect a rocking good time.

7:00 - 11:00 PM

Tickets $50 standing (seated sold out)

Anglesea Memorial Hall
1B McMillan Street, Anglesea

The Sound Doctor, initiated by Dr David Corbet, is a group of Surf Coast music lovers passionate about bringing established artists to perform in an intimate venue in Anglesea, Victoria.

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Surf Coast Shire Council Acknowledges the Wadawurrung People, and Gulidjan and Gadubanud Peoples of the Eastern Maar, their Elders and leaders past, present and emerging as the Traditional Owners of the skies, land, waters and sea country across our municipality. We acknowledge their care and custodianship for more than 60,000 years, which continues today. We walk with them as we respectfully care for and tread lightly on these lands. We also extend that respect to all First Nations people who are part of the community.