Live! at the Baptist featuring Josh Lovegrove


Friday 17 April 2020


188 Brisbane Street, Ipswich QLD


All Tickets $15.00
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8:00 pm – 10:00 pm


(07) 3810 6100


Please note: as a result of COVID-19 we wish to advises that Josh Lovegrove’s Need To Be Loved East Coast tour and subsequently our April edition of Live! at the Baptist originally scheduled for Friday 17 April has been cancelled.

Current tickets will be automatically transferred to the new date.


Your connection to the most cutting edge and progressive music scene in Ipswich. Experience the sublime sounds of this intimate and energetic venue featuring some of the best headline acts touring the country alongside up and coming local artists.

All Ages | Licenced Venue

Josh Lovegrove

Hailing from Melbourne, singer/songwriter Josh Lovegrove brings an innate skill and talent to music that is becoming increasingly difficult to find. After gaining immense popularity through a string of soulful live performances down the east coast of Australia, Josh recorded his awaited and well received EP ‘Infinite’ in 2014 and is preparing to hit the studio once more with Mr. Darren Percival at the helm.

Lovegrove has spent the last four years, since graduating from the Queensland Conservatorium in 2012, honing his craft as a looping sensation while holding onto his roots as a compelling story teller. He has performed extensively on stages throughout Queensland and interstate including the Woodford Folk Festival (QLD), Tamworth Country Music Festival (NSW), Desert Harmony Festival (NT), and the NightQuarter Mainstage (GC).

“Whether taking a festival stage shoeless in the sun, a theatre stage up in lights, or immersing in the echo of an empty room, Josh has a uniqueness and raw truth about him that is distinctly compelling. Don’t waste time trying to work out whether you’ve seen him… You’ll know if you have.” – SBH

Aiden Bradley

Aiden Bradley has been paving his way in the Australian music scene since 2015. His brand of melancholic melody making has been entrancing audiences across the country. Channelling acts like The National, Frightened Rabbit and Paul Dempsey, Aiden’s sound deviates from the usual singer/songwriter fair into something poignant and unique.

2019 saw the release of ‘Low-key/High Strung’, a compilation of tracks featuring six other Brisbane artists. From the heart-wrenching reflection that is ‘Mess Things Up’, featuring Lili Rose Porter to the bittersweet and proud of it indie-folk anthem that is ‘Stupid Things’, featuring Lochie Matthews, ‘Low-key/High Strung’ is a boisterous reminder that no one makes it through life without picking up or dishing out a few scars.

‘Aiden Bradley’s brand of broody pop is destined for bigger stages.’ – Gareth Bryant, Scenstr

‘Aiden Bradley has, once again, left me pleasantly surprised by his wonderful music.’ – Rani Tesiram, Music Beyond Headlines

‘The lyrics begin to really depict the darkness of heart break and as it leads into the final chorus, I feel little fireworks go off in my chest.’ – Lauren Coleman, Behind the Scene

‘With an emotional vulnerability and a daring attitude, this record sees Bradley diving head first into a sound built upon impressive musicality and passion.’ – Freya McGahey, Happymag’

Jarrad Wrigley

Jarrad Wrigley is an Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist. Jarrad has grown up having a love for music his whole life and has recently started performing publicly. Jarrad writes and performs his own songs and is currently working on recording them for a soon to come album. Jarrad’s music is inspired by country blues and folk songs.

He began performing through school events such as musicals, choirs, and talent shows in primary school years, and has continued through secondary school, having played multiple lead roles in his college musicals.

His music career started in mid-2019, and since then he has performed at the Greater Springfield’s New Year’s Even event, as well as venues such as Studio 188, Goleby’s Basement, and was also invited to perform his original song ‘If I Could Fly’ live on Brisbane’s ABC radio station.

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