Alan Reid (Ex Battlefield band, Scotland) and Rob van Sante, supported by Brushwood.
By popular demand, Gallowglass return for a special gig to honour the Battle Of Raphia, on Friday 22 June, providing still more good, Celtic inspired traditional and progressive folk. Free entry!
Traditional Russian arts, crafts, music, instruments, dancing, food and culture
Enjoy Russia’s rich and diverse cultural traditions. Displays, sales, performances and participation.
Emily Davis is an insightful songwriter, whose music walks the line between folk and rock. Her cinematic lyrics create a luscious world for the listener, as each song explores human connection, the universal truths we all know but are often too afraid to admit and her enduring belief in the transformative power of love. She follows in the tradition of the strong women of her art form. Her sound is reminiscent of songstresses Brandi Carlile, Emmy-Lou Harris, and Chrissie Hinde. She has a reputation for ‘utterly absorbing’ (DB Magazine) and ‘breath-taking’ (Rip It Up) live performances. Put simply she knows how to turn a room.
Davis ceremoniously dropped out of law school in 2005 to pursue music, and penned songs for her debut pop-folk release ‘Moving in Slow Motion’, to rave reviews, and rotation on NOVA, Triple J and ABC National. Her sophomore release ‘Undone’, a darker alt-country record was released in 2011 to similar critical acclaim. Emily has toured extensively across Australia and performed at WOMADelaide, Peatsridge, Fleurieu Folk and Semaphore Festivals and supported CW Stoneking, Clare Bowditch, The Audreys and Kate Miller-Heidke Renee Geyer, and Richard Clapton.
Her latest release, ‘You, Me & the Velvet Sea’ is a deeply personal album focussed entirely on love, in all of its incarnations. Combining aching fiddle, gritty guitars and sweet four-part harmonies, the songs are propelled forward. And, front and centre, Davis’ delivers her evocative lyrics with a syrupy voice, resonating with the honesty and warmth that she is renowned for.
Enchantingly beautiful, down-to-earth and absolutely spellbinding, Loren Kate has cast a sublime and haunting web over audiences around the country with her unique and unforgettable sound and soul.
Having travelled and toured to most corners of Australia over the years, Loren has steadily forged a close relationship with her music and the land, having penned songs in just about every town from Fremantle to Byron Bay.
Over the last few years, Loren has travelled extensively around the country, taking her music from the deserts to the seas and back again. She has performed at countless venues and festivals around the country including Woodford Folk Festival, WOMADelaide, The National Folk Festival, Nannup Music Festival, Fleurieu Folk Festival and Fairbridge Music Festival, and has shared the stage with such fine musicians as Tim Freedman (The Whitlams), iOTA, Epicure, Vika and Linda Bull (The Black Sorrows), Steve Poltz and folk legend Eric Bogle.
Both Loren’s albums, Brand New Shoes & Your Own Little Ocean are now available in all good music stores through Vitamin Records Distribution. Most recently Loren has joined forces with fellow singer-songwriter Sarah Humphreys to record a children’s album titled ‘Little Wonders.’
Tickets are on sale now through Ticketebo F $23 / C $20
$20 Early Bird tickets available until the 5th May
Doors open 7pm / Music starts 8pm
Willunga Show Hall, Main Road, Willunga
After booking tickets online, for table reservations of 6 people or more please call Dave Greenslade on 0405 130 910
Please Note: No BYO food or alcohol.
Stone Pony will have a licensed bar and food menu available from 7pm
Enjoy a great Saturday evening meal on the deck or in the beer garden accompanied by the wonderful sounds of singer songwriter Indy. Playing live on the 17th March and every Saturday evening 6-9pm.
Grab a kazoo and get ready to get silly as you sing, hum and laugh at La Boheme.
THE OLD MARRIED COUPLE are the faces of new vintage, playing Dixieland style music with a vaudevillian twist that would be at home in the Music Halls of the 19th century. The Old Married Couple sing silly dancing songs about Sex, Codependence,Anxieties about babies and swinging (like playing swing music of course…). A night of double entendre and wit with vintage sights and sounds awaits you in the Music Hall.
The Old Married Couple
THE OLD MARRIED COUPLE are the faces of new vintage, playing Dixieland style music with a vaudevillian twist that would be at home as much in the Music Halls of the 19th century as they are in the 21st century. Riley and Katie are young married pair in their 20’s but they’re vintage in style and sound. The Old Married Couple combine a witty songwriting style with a distinctive kazoo filled music. Taking cues from Musical comedy and cabaret legends like George Formby, Bette Midler, Marie Lloyd and Cole Porter, The Old Married Couple are spreading Toots and Hoots around the World.
Woodville Town Hall & Emma Knights Productions
The Woodville Town Hall and Emma Knights Productions have teamed up to bring you a family friendly week of Fringe at the Woodville Town Hall. Featuring some great local acts, markets and more this will be a great place to come and relax with your family without the stresses of getting into the city at Fringe time!
Age Suitability: G
Splash Theatre Company
Imagine the greatest pub gig you’ve ever been to and multiply it by 10 and you’ll still be nowhere near the fun that this show exudes throughout. Featuring pub tunes, folk, rock, choral The Choir of Man showcases music that has wide appeal. The cast features world class tap dancers, tumblers, singers, instrumentalists and even a UK Poetry Slam champion, ensuring that there is something for everyone in this joyous and uplifting show for all ages.
Andrew Kay and Nic Doodson.