Q&A Scene: Freya Josephine Hollick

February 7, 2018 Mandy Hall

Freya Josephine Hollick
finished 2017 with her new E.P. Don’t Mess With The Doyenne, a new single Pearly Gates Of The Landfill, recorded with Robert Ellis and The Perfect Strangers, received three Age Music Victoria Award nominations, a grant from Creative Victoria and toured with Justin Townes Earle, plus festival appearances at Nannup Music Festival, Boogie Festival, Gumball, Broadbeach Country Music Festival, Gympie Music Muster, Kyneton Music Festival, Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival, Out On The Weekend and Queenscliff Music Festival as well as other high profile supports. This February and March, Hollick and her band will embark on an east coast tour. Bringing blues and honky tonk goodness that transports you back to early Appalachia, through wartime romance, the golden era of country music and into a cosmic hootenanny as she crisscrosses across Victoria, NSW and Queensland. […]

Scene news: Freya Josephine Hollick announces brand new single and launch show at The Spotted Mallard, Saturday 11th November

November 8, 2017 Scene News

Recently receiving nominations in three The Age Music Victoria Award categories, Freya Josephine Hollick  is unstoppable right now. Songs pour directly from her soul through her guitar – she’s released an album (‘The Unceremonious Junking Of Me’, 2016) and EP (‘Don’t Mess With The Doyenne’, 2017) – in quick succession and now Hollick is releasing a new single, ‘The Pearly Gates Of The Landfill’, on Saturday 11 November. […]