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Time For Three- Melbourne special showcase!

Nice Events and Mister Dibley present:

Sunday 23 August.
Northcote Social Club

Time for Three are three young Americans with crazily eclectic musical taste. And they promise you a knockout concert that will put a smile on your face.

Zach De Pue, Nick Kendall and Ranaan Meyer are three American guys who met at music college and found a love of fiddling in everything from country and western to bluegrass, jazz, rap and alt rock. Since then, Tf3 have taken the world by storm, performing with orchestras right across America, festivals in Europe and, most recently, concerts in Asia. They're wildly successful with audiences of all ages - and are also known for their inspirational YouTube anti-bullying hit Stronger.


With an uncommon mix of virtuosity and showmanship, the American trio performs music from Bach to Brahms and beyond, giving world-premieres by Pulitzer Prize-winners William Bolcom and Jennifer Higdon as well as playing originals and their own arrangements of everything from bluegrass and folk tunes to ingenious mash-ups of hits by the Beatles, Kanye West, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and more.

Time for Three, or TF3 for short, has performed from Carnegie Hall and the famed jazz club Yoshi’s in San Francisco to European festivals, NFL games and the Indy 500. The group’s hit YouTube bullying-prevention video, “Stronger,” has inspired students across the globe, eliciting features on CNN and the Huffington Post.

Since 2009, Tf3 has held a hugely successful residency with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, helping to expand the orchestra’s audience with innovative outreach. The latest milestone for Tf3 was June 24, 2014, with the release of their debut on UMC, Time for Three. The new album, with tracks co-produced by Bon Iver’s Rob Moose, showcases not only the trio’s melody-rich string weave but also its uncommon flair for collaboration, with the group teaming with pop singer-songwriter Joshua Radin, jazz saxophone icon Branford Marsalis, Decca cello star Alisa Weilerstein and ukulele ace Jake Shimabukuro, among others.