But of course there was more at B!B!B!B!B! It was essentially a singer-songwriter night, but there was a mix. First up was pop-rock band Winning Combo Band playing mostly originals from the pen of the singer. I didn't get names, but this was tight with short songs. Then The Pots, then Anthony Glynn. AG was fairly playful, quite confident, nicely rhythmic with a stomp box and his ukulele played over the top. I noticed a different skew on politics from The Pots and considerable comfort from regular busking. Interesting. Then Minh. I didn't get a full name, except maybe a stage surname, Slowjam. This was not at all slow jam. This was singer-songwriter with very rich and fascinating harmonies. Very nice piano. Then we caught just a tune from Sanjiva de Silva. Very capable, presentable guitar-vocals, capable and settled on each skill. Impressive. Nice to encounter new styles and people around town. But this is Canberra and this is Smiths and both bode well for interesting experiences.
Winning Combo Band (pop-rock quartet), Anthony Glynn (vocals, uke, stomp box), Minh (piano, vocals) and Sanjiva de Silva (guitar, piano, vocals) performed at Smiths.