CANCELLED – Imogen Clark
Sunday 15th August, 2021
188 Brisbane Street, Ipswich QLD
All Tickets $18.40
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
(07) 3810 6100
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation in NSW, Imogen Clark and her team have made the very difficult decision to cancel the QLD leg of her tour, including her
Studio 188 show.
Please see her statement here.
All ticketing is being managed by Imogen’s team via Oztix, who will be in touch soon regarding refunds.
Studio 188 has implemented a COVID safe plan, while still preserving a genuine live music experience. For concerns or queries please view our Frequently Asked Questions and COVID updates reach out to the venue direct for information on our COVID safe plan and measures for ticket holders, artists and staff.
View our COVID-19 Updates page to find further information, frequently asked questions and our COVID-19 Terms and Conditions of Sale.
Please note, group bookings must be made in a single transaction.
All Ages | Licensed Venue
Imogen Clark is more road-hardened and wise than most performers twice her age, and with her new six track EP The Making Of Me, the 25 year old has translated the whole of who she is on record for the first time.
The songs span the arena-ready opening rocker ‘My Own Worst Enemy’, a co-write with Alex Lahey, to defiant ‘Inside Out’, which showcases Imogen’s soaring vocal, and ‘Push Me Down’, a volley at misogynist musicians. Together with the sultry and atmospheric ‘Paper Boat’ and heartrending piano ballad title track, the EP is a departure from everything Imogen has created before. Lead single ‘Found Me’ was written with Clare Bowen and her husband Brandon Robert Young, at the end of a US tour together last July.
Recording in LA meant access to musical legends Benmont Tench (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) and Pete Thomas (Elvis Costello and the Attractions), who infused the songs with their musicianship and set a tone early on in the sessions.
It’s a far cry from playing pubs in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, where Imogen cut her teeth as a young performer, after picking up her father’s guitar at age eight. A relentless work ethic saw her build up a strong live following in rural Australia, gaining her touring slots with artists like Shania Twain, Ian Moss and Willie Watson, who recognised an artist with grit and maturity well beyond her years – an old soul learning to embrace being a young woman.