It was a rainy night in Brisbane and The Old Museum seemed like an awe inspiring venue to see a Brisbane icon in Ed Kuepper launch his new album . Second Winter.
Ed and Mark were joined by a violinist and a cellist and opened the set with the old The Aints song Swing for the Crime which has the line "... and we hope that you have a good time ...". This punter for one, knew he would.
Ed and Mark mixed up the songs with some from Second Winter - What You Don't Know, Always The Woman Pays, Electrical Storm and Pretty Mary - with some rarities - the beautiful Miracles from Jean Lee and the Yellow dog, Cypress Grove Blues, Sam Hall and a classic from , collapse board, which was a real highlight of the show.
He finished up with another [artist=Laughing Clowns]Clowns classic, Eternally Yours. Thirteen songs from Ed's vast repertoire and two hours later, the audience was in awe and appreciative of Ed and Mark's chemistry with a massive ovation.