2017 is going to be huge for Adelaide Band, Already Gone and their fans.

Playing an eclectic mix of rock, grunge and indie and supported by intelligent lyrics, Already Gone find inspiration in the 90’s grunge scene and classic rock of the 60’s.

At the end of 2016 they welcomed Alex Parker into the fold to take up duties behind the drums, providing additional support with his backing vocals. The other band members consist of Stu Daniels on vocals / guitar, Staffy Lee on guitar and Dom Eaton on bass.

“We’re really excited to have Alex on board to build upon our success in 2016. Stay tuned for more gigs and announcements in 2017”, said lead singer/ songwriter Stu Daniels.

The band are also thrilled to announce that they will support ARIA nominated pop rock band, Thirsty Merc, when they play The Salisbury Secret Garden for Adelaide’s Fringe Festival on the 25th of February. Local bands Thom Lion and the Tamers, and iHeart will also feature on the stage.

Already Gone’s much anticipated first EP is also in the final stages of production. The EP will be launched on March 10th 2017 at the Grace Emily Hotel and will feature a full band version of the song “Black Book”, which as an acoustic song for Stu Daniels spent a whopping six weeks straight on ISA Radio’s top 10 before making it to number one.

For more information about Already Gone visit their FaceBook page.

Upcoming shows and events

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25 February 2017: Sounds in the Square at Salisbury Secret Garden
Salisbury Civic Square, corner John St & Church St, Salisbury

From 4:30pm. Free Adelaide Fringe event.

  • Thirsty Merc
  • Thom Lion and the Tamers
  • Already Gone
  • iHeart

Plus street performers and buskers around John St, Salisbury.

10 March 2017: EP Launch at the Grace Emily Hotel, 232 Waymouth St, Adelaide
From 9pm. Free Entry.

  • Already Gone
  • The Best Extras
  • The East District