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Tracks from the Stacks

Kingston Libraries proudly presents Tracks from the Stacks!

An online concert pre-recorded live at the Shirley Burke theatre.

Featuring the vibrant and dynamic Soul Chic and other local talent. From classical to cool jazz, popular covers to alternative – there’s something for everyone!

Tune into the ePremiere on Sunday 21 February, 5pm to 8pm.

To join, visit our YouTube channel, KingstonLibraryTube at the above date and time.

For more information or to contact a performer, check out the bios following the program below.


  1. Tom DeGraves & James Williams
    Popular covers featuring vocals, guitar and keyboard.
  2. Inessa Paykin accompanied by Natalia Daugavite
    Classical music, featuring cellist with piano accompaniment.
  3. Jun Seop Lee
    Popular covers in English and Korean, featuring guitar and vocals.
  4. Plastic Section
    Original three-piece band, blending raw rockabilly with wild rock and roll.
  5. The Interceptors
    "The Interceptors do stuff... noisy kinda stuff": Energetic, alternative three-piece punk band.
  6. The Jennifer Salisbury Trio
    Jazz trio with vocals.
  7. Soul Chic
    Exciting 7-piece band, with 2 female singers, specializing in jazz, the blues, soul and funk.

Performer Bios

Jun Seop Lee

Jun Seop Lee is an experienced performer in Korea, Japan and Melbourne. He has been main vocalist in Kpop cover band “le ciel” in Tokyo, as well as having vocal/production and songwriting credits for project band JANDJ, and has performed solo hundreds of times in Japan and Melbourne. Highlights include the 2018 Melbourne fringe festival “ICON” at Federation Square and the January 2020 bushfire fundraiser Cooking for Australia.

Jun makes his living as a performing musician, busking in various suburbs of Melbourne including outside Parkdale Railway Station.

Jun also has a regular gig performing at the XIAOLONGKAN restaurant in Box Hill every Sunday evening from 7pm to 9pm.


Phone: 0459 935 995
Email: fsrkeye@icloud.com

Plastic Section

Plastic Section are a three-piece raw rock ‘n’ roll garage rockabilly band. They recently released their new album, Twisted with Sydney label Outtaspace Presents, and it has already received rave reviews locally and internationally. The album is a follow-up to the CD, Trouble Is Our Business, which was released by Off the Hip records in 2019.

Plastic Section started when singer-guitarist Ben was living in Bangkok a few years ago. The band released several albums and played at every major music festival in Thailand, as well as on various radio and TV programmes. Now based in Melbourne, the current Plastic Section line-up is Ben Edwards on guitar/vocals, Pip McMullan on bass (Pip also plays in The Exotics, Wrong Turn and The Blowers) and Sue Shaw on Drums (Sue also drums for The Exotics and The Wraylettes).

In recent years Plastic Section have played with international touring bands The Let’s Go’s, The King Khan & BBQ Show and Deerhoof, and are steadily gaining a reputation as one of Melbourne’s most exciting rock ‘n’ roll bands.

Plastic Section’s next gig will be at the Last Chance Rock and Roll Bar in North Melbourne on Sunday afternoon, March 21, starting at 3pm.


Email: plasticsection2@gmail.com

The Interceptors

The Interceptors are an original, energetic alternative power pop trio based in Melbourne.

The band released a 4-track CD in 2013, which received enthusiastic reviews and included the crowd-favourite track ‘Murrumbeena’.

In 2015, a highly anticipated second EP was released, which was produced by Loki Lockwood (known for his work with Spencer P Jones, Sun God Replica and Six Ft Hick). The EP was launched at Melbourne’s White Night Festival, and continues to receive great reviews.

In 2016, The Interceptors provided three tracks to the soundtrack of Mat De Koning‘s award-winning movie Meal Tickets. They also toured New Zealand for the first time. The Interceptors were featured band of the week on Three D Radio Adelaide, which resulted in another mini tour. The band enjoys regular airplay on Melbourne radio stations PBS and RRR, as well as around the globe with airplay in the UK, USA, South Africa, Germany and New Zealand.

In September 2019, The Interceptors supported From The Jam on their Australian tour at a sold out show at Max Watts, Melbourne.

The Interceptors recently completed recording tracks for a new album, Here in the Moment, to be launched on March 20 at the Lyrebird Lounge in Ripponlea.


Facebook: facebook.com/InterceptorsBand

The Jennifer Salisbury Trio

An enchanting songstress, Jennifer weaves her smokey jazz vocals and lively swing stylings with class, glamour and sophistication.

Jennifer is a singer with a very special affinity to vintage jazz, an inherent sense of swing and a very characteristic vibrato. She has been demonstrating all these qualities singing standards with her trio for a few years now, but it was when she presented herself as a songwriter – with Unspoken Rule – that she got to really blossom. (Nikos Fotakis - Australian Jazz net).

Jennifer has released 3 digital albums: Do You Love Christmas?, Call of the Wild, and Unspoken Rule.


Email: info@bellemusique.com.au

Soul Chic

Soul Chic are a vibrant & dynamic musical group lead by female vocalists Nardia & Georga. Through their delectable unique jazz & blues voice blend they have mastered the art of harmonies and have performed as a harmony duo around Australia & Europe. This pair has been described as both mesmerizing and highly entertaining to watch.

Their versatility, passion, energy and professionalism as entertainers has brought them huge success and they have since been a part of some of the world’s most iconic names. Recently they supported both Beyonce’s Mrs Carter tour, and Pink’s The Truth about Love tour at their Pre-Shows. They also supported Sneaky Sound system at Crown Palladium.

Soul Chic have performed at many venues and festivals with highlights including The Melbourne Fringe Festival, Leaps & Bounds music festival, Transit Roof top bar, Flying Saucer & Caravan Club.

Nardia and Georga are described as singing soul sisters and recognized for their natural harmonies. They have performed as a harmony duo in shows including The Ray Charles Genius Show, Joe Cocker’s Leave Your Hat on Show and have been session singers for various artists.

Live gigs have started opening up again and Soul Chic recently sold out their Women of Jazz and Blues Show at the Paris Cat in Melbourne and have another show coming on March 27. Tickets will sell fast!

More information: Instagram & Facebook @soulchicmusic.
Website: soulchic.com.au


Email: soulchicenquiries@gmail.com