Lecia Louise | Basement Live

Supported by Nyssa Ray

A multi-talented singer-songwriter who voyages through genres effortlessly, Lecia Louise is bringing her virtuoso talent to the HOTA Basement.

Not content with her reputation as a supremely talented, sought after guitarist, Lecia has dedicated herself to musical diversity. Having embraced her talents and added multiple instruments to her arsenal, she continues to be a regular at the top of Triple J Unearthed charts and festival scene.

With inspirations spanning from Jimi Hendrix to Muse, heavy guitar riffs and solos are expected and backed by strong vocals and a commanding stage presence. A style of performing Lecia honed over multiple overseas tours to the UK, Hong Kong, Europe and beyond, her 70s inspired vibes are perfect for the Basements old-school rock’n’roll atmosphere and intimate staging.

“The Santana meets Van Halen inspired guitar solo that reveals the prowess Lecia has on the guitar and it complements her singing well” – Rick Hollis, Blank.

With anticipation building for the upcoming release of her latest studio album, this is the perfect opportunity to catch her before she’s back on tour.

Eat & Drink

The bar will be open for this event – enjoy a drink with friends while having a laugh, or stop by the HOTA Café for a bite to eat. Click through to our Eat and Drink options for opening times and more information.

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Keeping you safe

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All events are set up to ensure we meet all social distancing and hygiene guidelines. All you have to do is enjoy yourself.

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