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old timey sing song fine hatted Daddy-O , with a smooth voice and damn fine knack at singing a fine folk Diddy . A.P D’Antonio cut his teeth on the streets of Adelaide, and refined his art in the corner of this here coffee shop.
Women In Song featuring Nancy Bates, Mary Webb, Naomi Keyte and Loren Kate
Doors open: 07:30 pm
Start time: 08:00 pm
Finish time: 10:30 pm
Venue: The Grace Emily Hotel- 232 Waymouth St Adelaide
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Come join us for an ‘In the Round’ concert at The Grace Emily as we celebrate the unique stories and songs of local singer/songwriters Nancy Bates, Mary Webb, Naomi Keyte and Loren Kate. A very special evening not to be missed!
Because Of Her, We Can
Doors open: 7:00pm
Start time: 7:00pm
Finish time: 10:00pm
Venue: Tandanya Cultural Institute 253 Grenfell St, Adelaide
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On the opening night of the Umbrella Festival, join us in honouring the stories of South Australia’s finest Aboriginal Song Women, and Story-Tellers. An evening of deep-dived words, and presentations of prose, spoke word, and deep-felt acoustic sounds.
Come share in celebrating this year’s NAIDOC week theme, ‘Because of Her We Can’.
Jessica Wishart, Gemma Theatre, Vonda Last
Alexis West, Celestine Rowe
Saturday, July 28 at 12 PM
Aussie Cider Bar, Lyndoch
Morris dancing blessings of the new apple trees, bonfires,apple pie bake off, cider, mead and traditional music
Bards Club @ Music Mondays
Ed Castle Hotel Free Admission
233 Currie Street Adelaide Monday June 25th 2018
7.30-8.10 8.20-9.00 9.10-9.50
Paul Callahan & Liz Robertson Mixed Brew
Arm yourself for an evening of retribution with tales of the underbelly to launch the single ‘Chic Chic Boom’ to radio. Starting with a semi-acoustic set, the final set will be with a full band lineup presenting both old and new tracks from Paula Standing Singer Songwriter and Emily A Smith of Dearly Departed.
Prepare for a trip through the unchartered terrain of the human psyche where the streets are littered with the crusty embers of battles won and lost. These gals are gonna take your hearts on a ride you won’t forget, from a tiny backyard to Kings Cross via a broken brothel and a street full of dashed aspirations.
Just think, 50 shades of dark with a spattering of gleaming desires. Get your theme on!
Freya Josephine Hollick (VIC) with special guest: Jen Lush
Freya Josephine Hollick finished 2017 with a new e.p, new single, 3 Age Music Victoria Award Nominations, a tour with Justin Townes Earle plus festival appearances at Nannup Music Festival, Boogie Festival , Gumball, Broadbeach Country Music Festival, Gympie Music Muster, Kyneton Music Festival, Dorrigo Folk Bluegrass Festival, Out on the Weekend & Queenscliff Music Festival
In her first full band show in Adelaide, the old-timey country songbird brings blues and honky tonk goodness that transports you back to early Appalachia, through wartime romance, the golden era of country music and into a cosmic hootenanny.
With a voice that floats between Maybelle Carter, Dolly Parton and Skip James, Freya Josephine Hollick is a lady not to be missed.
Multi-award winning folkster Kaurna Cronin’s latest works intertwine meaningful songs with a rich musical tapestry of folk, country and indie-rock sewn together with grand imagery and tales of yesteryear. From ballads to boogies Kaurna and his band’s unique folk blend has provided thrilling musical and poetical journeys for audiences globally.
Since returning from a European Tour including Germany, Estonia, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia, Kaurna Cronin & Band will be performing his album ‘Euphoria, Delirium & Loneliness’ in it’s entirety as the first half of the concert, plus a set of special request tracks from his previous four album releases as the second half.
Renowned for their relentless touring schedule and their ability to capture audiences Cronin and Bands’ unique folk blend and award winning performances have cemented this youngster as a must see of Australian folk genre. After being award Folk Alliance Australias Artist Of The Year 2015, Best Acoustic Act (FLMA’s), APRA-AMCOS Emily Burrows Award plus ARBA ‘ Roots Album Of The Year’ 2017 they have mustered 300+ performances internationally in the past years plus national appearances at Woodford Folk Festival Port Fairy Folk Festival and National Folk Festival. Free Entry. Don’t Miss It!
Two of Australia’’s most authentic and prolific singer-songwriters, Sam Buckingham & Timothy James Bowen, are teaming up for an ambitious EP release and tour throughout May & June 2018.
Delivering a live show that truly delves into the art of songwriting and storytelling, Bowen & Buckingham will share the stage – performing songs from their respective releases as well as new music, written and recorded specifically for this tour and their brand new, collaborative EP “Stories From The Road”.
Collecting stories from their fans and innocent bystanders earlier in the year, Bowen & Buckingham bunkered down on the south coast of NSW in March to write and record a collection of songs in just one week, inspired by the tales that have come their way.
The resulting EP and live show is a true collaboration both on stage and with the audience, encouraging conversation and challenging each other to create a more intimate and revealing live experience.
….A genuine folk troubadour, Sam Buckingham is praised as “gorgeous and moving… with an authenticity that is undeniable” (The Au Review).
…..”Timothy is the kind of singer songwriter who makes you jealous that you can’t do what he does, but intensely happy nonetheless that at least you (and the world) get to hear him do it.” – Joey Ryan, The Milk Carton Kids