Sharon Van Etten - Seventeen / Every Time the Sun Comes Up / Mistakes
Featured • 14m
Fresh from her American tour and acclaimed new album We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong, transformative singer-songwriter and Sydney Opera House fave Sharon Van Etten performed in our Concert Hall.
This digital performance highlights selection comprises three songs from the night, including classic 'Every Time the Sun Comes Up' from her 2014 album Are We There – described by Rolling Stone as “one of the great albums of the century” – as well as 'Seventeen' from 2019’s sonically dazzling, synth-fueled Remind Me Tomorrow, and popular new single 'Mistakes' from her latest release We've Been Going About This All Wrong.
Live performance of Sharon Van Etten - Every Time the Sun Comes Up / Mistakes / Seventeen
Performed by Sharon Van Etten
Charley Damski - MD/Guitar
Kristina Lieberson - Keys/Vox
Jorge Balbi Castellano - Drums
Devin Hoff - Bass
Sharon Van Etten - Live at Sydney Opera House
Presented by Sydney Opera House
Recorded in the Concert Hall
Thursday 1 December 2022
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