Michael Dunstan Impermanence Tour
Michael Dunstan Impermanence Tour
New World Artists presents

Michael Dunstan Impermanence Tour

with Gaudion & Special Guests
The River (Margaret River, WA)
Saturday, 5 November 2022 7:00 pm
78 days away
18 Plus
Australian Artists
Music
Blues
Roots

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Michael Dunstan Impermanence Tour at The River (Margaret River, WA) on Saturday, 5 November 2022
Michael Dunstan has released his latest record IMPERMANENCE into the world and to celebrate, he will be embarking on his first national tour since 2020.
 
The tour will see the Perth based folk/roots artist play a few shows in Northern WA before making his way across to sunny Queensland to start his East Coast run with the inaugural Road Trip events – this year alongside names like Jack Botts, Didirri, Felipe Baldomir, Steph Strings and more.
With Gold Coast native Gaudion on support duties, the tour will continue down along the East Coast with shows in Newcastle, Central Coast, Sydney, Wollongong, Albury, Halls Gap, Melbourne, San Remo and Adelaide, before wrapping up back home in WA with shows in Scarborough, Fremantle, Margaret River and Denmark.
 
‘Impermanence’ is an exploration of the intangible side of life that we are often apprehensive to discuss because words fall short of describing the experience. Put simply, to know is not to feel.
The album is an exploration of mindfulness, sources of contentment and what brings us meaning and purpose in life. It asks the listener to be curious about who we are beyond all our perceived labels, identity, emotions, thoughts and explores what it's like to sit in that place behind it all. Who are we beyond all of it? Are we much different to the person next to us? To the animal with a different means of communication? To the natural world?