Things may be freezing cold outside,but it will be a hot ol’ time inside The Olive Branch Cafe on Sunday 1 July from 5.15pm to about 8.45pm.
The old reprobate, Bob Molloy, returns to host this spiffingly sumptious, superdooper and special event which includes some of the club’s best loved performers and a CD Launch, (yes you read that right folks).
Bob always brags that each Club Acoustica will be bigger than Ben Hur, and this night will be no different so, Book your tables Ladies and Gemmun, come early and be prepared to stay the night for this extravagantly entertaining, energizing and extraordinary event.
5.30pm to 6.00pm – Tony Barber (30 minutes)
6.10pm to 6.40pm – Ruby Moon (30 minutes)
6.50pm to 7.30pm – Adrienne and Peter etal (40 minutes – CD Launch)
7.35pm to 8.05pm – Elroy Jones (30 minutes)
8.10pm to 8.40pm – SumX8 (30 minutes)
Food and Bevvies by Nicole and the Kool Kitchen Kats
Sound by the sonically astute Kyffin Williams
and of course featuring you-all, The Best Little Acoustic Music Audience in the Adelaide Hills (if not the Universe!)
When Dublin grieved the early death of Luke Kelly, one of the greatest traditional singers the country has seen, an indelible mark was left upon the city’s folk music scene.
To commemorate and celebrate the memory of this Irish music legend Chris Kavanagh will perform The Legend of Luke Kelly this July.
With a remarkable resemblance to Luke Kelly and an immense singing talent that captures the depth and passion of the great man, Chris Kavanagh has been performing to critical acclaim at shows which have been attended regularly by Luke Kelly’s family.
Get a taste of what a Luke Kelly performance was all about when Chris Kavanagh brings this striking show to Australia.
‘A beautiful blast from our beautiful past’..Eamon Dunphy
‘You might find that you have to pinch yourself’..RTE’s Open House
‘A Must !’ ..The Irish Times
ORGANISER TROUBADOUR MUSIC
Organiser of The Legend of Luke Kelly
Troubadour Music is an independent, multifaceted entertainment company based in Sydney, Australia.
With 14 years experience touring artists from around the globe,
Troubadour has grown to incorporate a unique roster,
and established itself as one of Australia’s leading boutique promoters.
Come and listen to bands and performers who have shared their talents with us for 30 years. Bar facilities and food available.
Pay at the door. Sorry, no EFTPOS
Stone Pony brings three singer-songwriters and poets to the unique retro lounge venue Vintage Vulture for one cosy night of Dark Folk. Be swept up in tales of cities & belonging, death & sex, politics & wild weather with Daniel J Townsend (TAS), Jen Lush and Go Fish (Emma Luker & Dylan Woolcock), with live readings by poets Steve Brock, Thom Sullivan and Kathryn Hummel.
Buy Tickets: https://www.facebook.com/events/100660510812223/
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.
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
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!
Community singing event with live band, lyrics on the big screen, guest acts. Where you are the stars. New theme each month. Sing along to your all time favourite songs. Door prizes, bar facilities, snack platters provided. Theme for May relates to History Festival - lots of Australian songs old and new everything from Daddy Cool to Slim Dusty to Paul Kelly to trads and anons