Tour Dates Subscription

As you can imagine, many of my upcoming performances have been cancelled, or postponed.  Feel free to email me to find out if a show is still on the books. In the meantime, I'll be offering some online concerts via Facebook and YouTube.  Sign up for my email list and follow me on social media to keep up with the latest.  If you'd like to support me during these difficult times, feel free to make a donation on my music page.  Thank you for being a fan and supporter!

Previous events

Muddy Wolfe/Kim Yang/The Tipsy Scholars - Live in Ya Lounge

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Live in Ya Lounge Facebook and YouTube Channel

Live In Ya Lounge was created as a means for artists to deliver the live concert experience direct into people's homes, giving the community a small piece of the normal we are used to. We may not be able to go to the pub and listen to local bands or go to see big acts that have come to town but we can bring it into your lounge room. But this isn’t just an artist at home with a smartphone streaming online. Live In Ya Lounge is a virtual concert - it’s a full production with professional audio and lighting, delivering the next best thing to attending in person. We hope that Live in Ya Lounge gives a little to improve people’s everyday lives and experience a little of what life used to be like before COVID-19.

Live stream from Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LiveInYaLounge Live stream from YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChbQGvU9okllNLc_0hENqHw

Donation is welcome for the live stream show of three acts

Canberra Theatre Centre@Home - 17 June 6pm with Kim Yang

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Canberra Theatre Centre Facebook Page

The first week of CTC @ HOME programming begins on Monday with Kids in the House, a song and dance program featuring local children’s show The Joe Boogie Show. This will be followed by Chapter the First, a live reading of the first chapter of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel on class, wealth, and decay, The Great Gatsby read by local playwright and performer Christopher Samuel Carroll.

Wednesday 17 June features a special performance by local musician Kim Yang, playing her ethereal brand of soothing folk, pop, and blues, and Roll for Intelligence with Joel Barcham, a performative role-playing game featuring live musical accompaniment.

The first week finishes with a bang, with CTC@Home headline program The World From Here with Chris Endrey. This is the first of an eight-episode series exploring the world through the lens of host Chris Endrey, beloved musician, producer and creator of Canbeurovision. Each episode is themed and the season will journey through the artworks, athletes, neighbours, intellectuals, musicians and audience who share in Chris's journey to scratch beneath the surface of all things in life. We’ll release the schedule week by week, so stay tuned for more local musicians and performers as well as some well-known local personalities and special guests.

On our event: https://www.facebook.com/events/554941828538820/

Premiere of Garden of Eden music video

My YouTube channel

Tonight 8pm AEST on my YouTube channel is the premiere of Garden of Eden music video. It's a DIY project during this pandemic but it still conveys my message in a visual way. I can't wait to show you what I have come up with! Join me at the premiere and we can have live chat on YouTube, I'd like to hear what you think. See you here- https://youtu.be/j93RNvOq7Hg

[CANCELLED] Kim Yang at National Folk Festival

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Exhibition Park in Canberra, Scrumpy stage, Corner of Flemington Road and Northbourne Avenue, Mitchell ACT 2911

Singer-songwriter Kim Yang presents a haunting and hypnotic slice of magic. With Kim's ethereal blend of sounds, she creates music that balances delicately between vulnerability and power. Born in Taiwan, Kim started her Australian music journey in 2016 with a ukulele and a guitar in the streets and cafes of Canberra where she won the hearts of many. Kim performs original songs speaking from her lived experiences with mixed genres of folk and blues.

[CANCELLED] Kim Yang at National Folk Festival

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Exhibition Park in Canberra, Carnival stage, Corner of Flemington Road and Northbourne Avenue, Mitchell ACT 2911

Singer-songwriter Kim Yang presents a haunting and hypnotic slice of magic. With Kim's ethereal blend of sounds, she creates music that balances delicately between vulnerability and power. Born in Taiwan, Kim started her Australian music journey in 2016 with a ukulele and a guitar in the streets and cafes of Canberra where she won the hearts of many. Kim performs original songs speaking from her lived experiences with mixed genres of folk and blues.

[CANCELLED] Kim Yang's Birthday at National Folk Festival (10 April 2020)

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Exhibition Park in Canberra, Flute & Fiddle stage, Corner of Flemington Road and Northbourne Avenue, Mitchell ACT 2911

It is Kim's birthday and she's playing her first show at National Folk Festival 2020. If you are coming to the National Folk Festival this year, make sure to come to catch Kim's original music performance and celebrate her birthday together!

Coffee & Music with Kim Yang at your own homes

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On Kim Yang YouTube Channel

This is a live streaming show exclusively for my mailing list subscribers. Prepare yourself a cup of coffee and relax before this YouTube live stream starts. I'll also be monitoring all the comments so please chat away, drop your comments and questions, interact with me like having a friend in your house. Since you've been supporting me for the last few years, I'd like to know how you have been coping at home during this uncertain time! Take care and speak to you soon xo Virtual Tip Jar: www.paypal.me/kimyangmusic

Kim Yang live at Old Canberra Inn

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Old Canberra Inn, 195 Mouat Street, Lyneham ACT 2602

Kim Yang is bringing some soothing music in folk/pop/blues and Jazz on guitar and ukulele for your Saturday afternoon at the Old Canberra Inn (OCI). Come say hello, grab a beer or wine and some hearty pub food as well. This event is free to public.

International Women's Day Concert at Polish White Eagle Club

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Polish White Eagle Club, 38 David Street, Turner ACT 2612

Women helping women, women guiding the community, women gathering to make the world a better place. Bring your friends, kids and family to the Polo on International Women's Day for some music and storytelling by powerful women. Join this diverse group of female musicians to celebrate women, equality and inclusivity.

Let's celebrate International Women's Day with the globe!

Acts (in alphabetical order):

  1. Dorothy-Jane Dorothy-Jane is a Canberra-based Australian singer, songwriter and blues-harp player. Since 1995 she has performed in and fronted numerous Blues, Jazz and Roots acts, released 8 albums and 2 EP’s. Her lyrics, performance and presence are brave and unpretentious. She is a survivor, willing and able to bare her soul through her music. Dorothy-Jane is driven to use her music as a platform to shed light on dark topics. Her songs draw on her lived experiences – cancer, addictions, mental health, relationships and sexual abuse to name a few. Her latest album, The Witness, will be launched on March 22nd 4pm at Smith’s Alternative. “Powerful, thought provoking, socially important” – David Pendragon, The Studio ACT. Listen here: https://dorothy-jane.com/music

  2. Kim Yang Music Kim is a folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who is proud of her Taiwanese heritage. Last year she played her first festival gig at the National Folk Festival and went on tour for her debut EP Ocean of Mind.

With Kim's ethereal blend of sounds, she creates music that balances delicately between vulnerability and power. Kim's songs speak from her experiences as a partner, a daughter, a traveller and an insecure soul, she's looking forward to sharing more new music with the world this year.

Listen here: https://open.spotify.com/album/1yIel0mUpgilfq7UliZeYB

  1. Lisa Maps With a voice once described as ‘too big for the pub’ and a heart proudly worn on her sleeve, Lisa is a uniquely engaging performer. A child of the singer-songwriter tradition, she is a storyteller who takes inspiration from all aspects of life, from romance and personal growth through to video games.

A generation xennial who escaped the rat race to chase a dream, she is also a proud DIY musician, and released her self-produced debut EP ‘Colours’ in 2019.

Listen here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/386s5W4SiwdGDN6yFwI78q?si=zn3thxwWRLqEwMhtgglwbQ

  1. Lucy Ridge & the Derby Widows Lucy Ridge and the Derby Widows are a high energy soul band from Canberra fronted by the sheer raw talent that is Lucy Ridge. Influenced by Aretha Franklin, James Brown and Tower of Power, Lucy is a bit of a tower of power herself with years of experience wailing out the front of big bands, captivating audiences with her vocal supremacy and stage charisma. Backed by an all-star Canberra super group (featuring members of Tonk, Traxion, Rumblr, Brother Be & The Barren Spinsters), Lucy Ridge and the Derby Widows are a 7-piece soul force to be reckoned with. Deep grooves, high notes and almost everything you’ve ever wanted in between, the Derby Widows have got you covered for a groovalicious good time. Gearing up for world domination, the band has been busy performing at Bendigo Blues & Roots Festival (2019), Canberra Live Festival (2019) and the Merimbula Jazz Festival later this year.

Listen here: https://www.facebook.com/lucyridgeandthederbywidows/videos/675506969611520/

  1. Tennessine Imagine Mazzy Star, Neil Young and Lucinda Williams had a family of four, who played together with pretty, trippy vocals and harmonies, electric and acoustic guitars, bass and magnificent violin playing. Throw in some banjo and e bow for good measure and you have a sonic picture of Tennessine, a four piece from the north and south of Canberra.

Formed in the second half of 2019, Tennessine play original songs written by guitarist, singer, banjo player. Jenny Spear. Joined by the lovely Laura Milkovits on guitar (the Baby Shakers, Okinawa Girls and the Careerists), the inimitable Adrian Stopford (the Undermines, Would Wood, Gen A and countless other outfits) on bass and vocals, and last but not least, violinist extraordinaire Juanita Du Plessis (Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Dreamlanders), this outfit surfs the genres of folk, roots, blues and dark country with a nod to the ethereal and to the promotion of animal friendly rehearsals.

Listen here: https://www.facebook.com/tennessineband/videos/3425961777474078/

  1. Monica Moore + Belle Whyte Listen here: https://www.facebook.com/monicamooremusic/videos/2016842388575747/

$15/ $5 for children under age of 12

Kim Yang live at The Canberra Times Night Noodle Markets

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Reconciliation Place, Parkes ACT 2600, ACT 2600

Kim Yang is playing some light acoustic music for the crowds at The Canberra Times Night Noodle Markets You will hear some cover songs and original songs from Kim that evening. Come get some noodles and say hello. This event is free to public.

Kim Yang live at Sounding the Alarm: Festival for Climate Action

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Beyond Q Bookstore Cafe, Weston Arcade, Brierly Street, Weston 2611

Kim Yang will be playing an intimate set of original music at the Sounding the Alarm: Festival for Climate Action.

Festival description: We will not silently accept our extinction! Sounding the Alarm is an awareness and fundraising festival for climate action, organised by Extinction Rebellion ACT.

A broad range of climate action and environmental organisations including School Strike for Climate - Canberra, ACT Greens, Green Institute, StopAdani Canberra, 350.org, Uni Students for Climate Justice - Canberra and See-Change are participating in this festival. Proceeds from the festival will be distributed among these organisations – the ticket you receive on the entry will allow you to decide where your contribution goes.

Booking link here: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?embed&eid=604524

Online Fundraising Concert for NSW Rural Fire Service

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Kim Yang Music Facebook Page @kimyangmusic

I live in the beautiful bush capital Canberra. For the last month or so, it scares me to see that big smoke coming from the fire in NSW. Our clear blue sky is now gone, our beautiful nature is suffering, while the firefighters and the volunteers are on the front line trying their best to stop the fire. They are the heroes and they need our support.

The fire is out of control, what I can do to help as a musician is to host an online fundraising concert when we all come together to help NSW Rural Fire Service (go follow Kim Yang Music to get notifications when I go live) The link to donation page will be shown on the live streaming post as well.

Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate a little or a lot. Anything helps. Thank you for your support. Event video link: https://www.facebook.com/kimyangmusic/videos/3237830786233091/