Somerset Barnard, Scalio, Phil Conrad: Light at the end of Covid

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Date(s) - 29/05/2020
19:30 - 22:30

Tunnel Vienna Live


UPDATE: New Time! Doors at 19:30, Show start 20:00, we need to leave by 23:00!

This is not an online event. This performance will not be on Zoom. This is a LIVE SHOW of LIVE MUSIC. A bit hard to believe. This is the light that awaits you at the end of the Tunnel:


Delta Blues crosses in a scabby way with the Tex-Mex-Aussie-roots of a reckless globetrotter. Somerset Barnard was touring through Australia and the USA before he decided to throw everything away and travel the world.

Somerset can be found playing anywhere from the streets of a Senegalese Village to the stage of An International Festival. His musical adventures have even led him to a play a part in a Bollywood Movie and work as a Sherpa in the Himalayas.

Since 4 years, he is now based in Vienna. His last album ‘The Atlas Moth’, released in February 2016, brings together influences from his four years of travelling. The exciting new album ‘Trains & Churches’ was recorded in January 2018 together with Austria’s music greats like Ernst Molden, Marlene Lacherstorfer und Ivo Thomann, all in analog at the Cselley Mühle in Burgenland, Austria.



Hary Levan aka Scalio began his musical career as a drummer/percussionist and with his talents as a singer/songwriter has progressed to a fully-fledged musician. His motto is colourful diversity. This is reflected in his unique style which brings poetry and rock into harmony with empathy. The native Styrian who is behind Scalio, embellished with surrealistic Denglisch or pure German lyrics.

Even if Scalio sometimes manifests itself from a more
rebellious perspective, respect and humanity always come first. Scalio defines itself as a complete work of art of intricate diversity.

Scalio shows up week by week as part of the Wiener Linien U-Bahn Stars!



Phil Conrad plays acoustic jams from his heart to your ears. Raised in Chicago, he now lives in Vienna, where he plays in train stations and hosts an open mic. After starting a band with his sister Josepha in Berlin and recording two albums under the name Crazy for Jane, Phil has gone on several tours and shared stages with anti-folk legends such as Kimya Dawson, Jeffrey Lewis and The Burning Hell. Phil writes songs about ship-wreck, stolen guitars and searching for love.