Music, fun and fundraising – Circle of Friends 115
Enjoy an afternoon of great music—country, soul, blues and good old-fashioned rock in the relaxed atmosphere of the Wheaty’s covered outdoor space the Tin Shed.
The line up includes:
Eunice Rodgers local country/blues/soul singer
The Rev and Mrs Rowdy, in trio format with Nick Atherton, playing revolution-flavoured original and classic Americana
Ashley Turner amazing violinist
Dave Black (of the well known trio DBQ) jazz and pop
and a few of their friends…….
Hosted by Circle of Friends 115; all money raised goes to assist refugees with visa applications and other matters relating to family reunions and protection.
Entry fee $15/10 – Children under 18 free.
http://www.francesfolkgathering.com.au/ On the last weekend of February each year the tiny village of Frances on the Victorian/South Australian border opens its doors and hearts to folk lovers: musicians, dancers, poets, artists and appreciators.
Fidel’s Marxmas Party Sunday November 26th 4-8pm
Vincent’s Chair -contemporary acoustic originals.
Weeping Angels-Gypsy Celtic Folk
Highly Strung-traditional country bluegrass
Jenny Allen -Queen of the Ukulele
Please bring a plate of food to share because it’s Marxmas
Time’s running out to grab your early bird tickets for Fleurieu Folk Festival 2017! Book now to experience this year’s incredible lineup!
• Ken Nicol (UK)
• Greg Champion (VIC)
• Kristina Olsen (USA)
• Co-cheòl (VIC)
• The Borderer’S (SA)
• Alan Gogoll (TAS)
• Fiona Ross (VIC)
• Rowena Wise (ViC)
• Tim Moore
• Tom Richardson (VIC)
• Anatole Road
• Deb Tapfield
• Dodsworth & Dodsworth (VIC)
• Fascisimo (NT)
• Jen Lush
• Kc Guy
• Maggie Murphy & Liz Robertson (VIC)
• Rebecca Wright & Donald McKay (QLD)
• Saltwater Taffy
• Snail. (NSW)
• Springtide (ACT)
• Steve Ashley
• Telenn Tri
• The Connection
• The Humbuckin’ Pickups (VIC)
• Trouvers (TAS)
And many more great acts!
Supported by the City of Onkaparinga
Acapella Concert by the Mondegreens supporting Afghan Women Association
Adricnne Lovelock, Adrienne Piggott & Ruby Moon, Women with Latitude, Alison Coppe
Ennobled by improbable facial hair, burdened by a vast, lovable incomprehension, and dignified with cavernous vocal chords, The Spooky Men's Chorale have been gleefully smashing up and reassembling the world of men's singing since 2001, employing a devastating combination of beauty and stupidity to comment on the unsolvable paradoxes of being a man. Formed in the Blue Mountains by spookmeister Stephen Taberner, the Spooky Men have become legends on the Australian folk circuit and 2017 will see them in the UK for another delirious summer of spookmania at major festivals and venues. With repertoire combining a judicious combination of Georgian table songs, pindrop beautiful ballads, highly inappropriate covers, and immaculate man anthems, the Spooky Men have built a reputation for highly amusing and stylish musical performances.
Join two prime local singing groups, Women with Latitude and Solstice Singers, for a concert of popular and retro a cappella based songs. It's a fundraiser to help refugees applying for safe haven visas. Adults $25, Concession $20, Under 15 Free.
Voices in the Wilderness have been busy rehearsing an English translation of Banchieri's Il Festino. We would love you to come, so pop it in your diary. It is a frivolous, fun, light-hearted and slightly risqué Madrigal. We are performing it at the Nexus Arts Theatre, LIon Arts Centre, corner North Terrace & Morphett St, Adelaide, on Sunday 4th December at 3.30.