Highly Strung Play a range of folk, blues, bluegrass, country and acoustic pop hits… all in the Highly Strung Style..
The Barn at Wombat Flat
175 Quondong Rd, Neales Flat, SA 5374
The Americana Music Association of Australia presents four of South Australia’s most talented songwriters plus a critically acclaimed guest from Melbourne. Featuring Lachlan Bryan (Vic), Kelly Menhennet, Kelly Brouhaha, Courtney Robb and Panacea
After sold out Fringe shows, Zig Zag presents the return of Aussie Bob & Young Neil to the Rob Roy for their acoustic tribute to the lyrical legends Bob Dylan & Neil Young. From 9.30 in the bar, enjoy 2 sets of superb songs & impeccable musicianship.
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.
50 years ago the BBC TV broadcast Farewell the Seekers live to 10 million fans around the world. The Beggars Sing The Seekers follows The Seekers story as they ride a rollercoaster of hits from the 1962 Melbourne cafe scene, to London, the swinging centre of the pop universe, and their eventual 1968 TV breakup special. Presented in wonderful harmony by internationally acclaimed Adelaide folk sensation The Beggars.
“The best Australian vocal band since The Seekers” Normie Rowe
Henk Groot with Ashley Turner violin and Neil turner bass
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