Station Place Sessions

Station Place will be playing host to six amazing musical artists on Fridays and Saturday from 12pm-3pm starting this Friday 11 January.

Artists include:

Noah Peters

Noah Peters is a singer/songwriter based in Los Angeles.  His style is an atmospheric indie folk.

Nathan Power

Borrowing inspiration from artists such as the Tallest Man on Earth, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen,  Nathan Power explores a love of folk music to communicate stories loosely based on life experiences.

Will Campbell

Will Campbell has been performing across Australia to finally find a home in Melbourne. He can be summed up as an Indie folk/jazz fusion artist accompanied by personal, heartfelt lyrics.

Tanya George

Tanya George has touched audiences through her raw vocal only performances. Infusing acappella and beat boxing techniques with special effects she creates atmospheric & juicy compositions. You will hear influences derived from indie soul to middle eastern and jazz scales mixed with a contemporary edge.

Simon Paparo

Perth born singer/songwriter Simon Paparo has been carving his own songs since a young age.  Paparo’s passion for acoustic guitar is undeniable although his talents stretch to include guitar, harmonica, mandolin, bass, keys and drums.  He has a musical style that teeters between alternative folk, blues, country and pop.


Nardia is a singer-songwriter with powerful, raw & sultry vocals seasoned in the genres of blues, soul and jazz.  Nardia has the ability to command the stage and take you on a journey that is full of surprises… She's looking forward to sharing her music with you and being a part of the Station Place sessions!

Ben Whiting

Ben Whiting is a gifted singer-songwriter using a broad palette of inspiration from The Police to Bob Marley to create a sound wholly of his own.  Growing up in an extended family who had regular jam nights he has been playing and touring since the age of 13. Be sure not to miss him, before he heads back to the studio to produce a new album with his band.

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