Sing like a Stone

Young singer/songwriter Elana Stone has taken the Sydney jazz scene by storm and will now drench the North Coast with her awesome talent when she brings her band to Lismore next Tuesday.

She won Best Jazz Artist at the 2004 Musicoz awards. She was winner of the national Jazz Awards at the 2005 Wangaratta Jazz Festival and was a semi finalist at the Montreux Jazz Festival Vocal Competition in 2005.

She is Elana Stone. And when shes not acquiring awards and kudos, she sings, plays and writes jazz. (I get the feeling she even breathes jazz.) A singer, pianist and songwriter, Elana has put together a band comprising some of the finest musos in the land.

The Elana Stone Band will perform at the Jazz N Blues night at the Rous Hotel in Lismore next Tuesday, October 3. This is a very special evening for the weekly Jazz N Blues gig. Elana Stone and her band are fanning big jazz fires in the big smoke.

With guitarist Aaron Flower, double bassist Zoe Hauptmann (dont see many women playing the big four stringer) and drummer Evan Mannell, the Elana Stone Band is young, talented and ready to show Lismore a good jazztime.

Entry is $10/7 and the music starts at 8.30pm.

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Circa's new performance is a Peepshow

SHOW: Peepshow will premiere on the Northern Rivers.

The new production will have a Northern Rivers world premiere

Be the first to see controversial animated children's film

FURRY FRIENDS: Mopsy (Elizabeth Debicki), Flopsy (Margot Robbie), Benjamin, Bea (Rose Byrne), Peter Rabbit (James Corden) and Cottontail (Daisy Ridley) in Columbia Pictures' PETER RABBIT.

Advanced screening of Peter Rabbit in Lismore this weekend

Rosanna has designs on female taboo

Artist Rosanna Pimm uses 3500 porcelain tampons to created her large scale performance installation  Riots of Passage in The Quad  as part of The Lismore Women's Festival on International Women's Day. Laying down and de-constructing the mandala structure symbolises the impermanence of the menstrual cycle and an end to female inequality in the world.

Rosanna has designs on female taboo

Local Partners