Free Entry Concert at the Olive Branch Cafe Balhannah
The Artificial Hipsters
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Ph 8398 009 to book a table
Diverse festival of music at beautiful Semaphore & Port Adelaide
A constant presence on Australian screens and airwaves, Urquhart has been a presenter on Channel 7’s Sydney Weekender plus the host of ABC Radio’s flagship country music variety show Saturday Night Country since 2010.
Touring with Felicity is Singer Songwriter Andrew Swift.
Andrew made a big first impression on the country music world when he performed as a Toyota Starmaker grand finalist in 2017. Despite not taking home the title of Starmaker, Swift has gone from strength to strength over the past couple of years with the release of his album ‘Call Out For The Cavalry’ debuting at #1 on the ARIA Australian Country Charts & singles taken from the album receiving national airplay a chart placements including ‘Runaway Train’, ‘King of the Sky’ & ‘Fire & Ice’ featuring Catherine Britt.
At the 2019 Golden Guitar Awards, the country music industry recognised his hard work and saw Swift take home the Golden Guitar Awards for Qantas New Talent of the Year & for Alternative Country Album of the Year.
On Friday 8 November 2019 at 8:00pm Concert doors 7.30pm Venue Bar 7pm.
Trinity Sessions is a fully seated concert venue and is General Admission. The venue bar will open at 7pm. The doors to the concert space will open at 7.30pm. The concert will commence at 8pm.
Trinity Sessions is a cash only venue. Trinity Sessions does not sell water in plastic bottles. Water is available (and glasses) however, you are requested to bring your own bottles.
Parking is available on site and at the Medical Centre across the road.
318 Goodwood Road, Clarence Park, SA 5034
Lee Kernaghan is one of the all-time greats of Australian music with 38 number 1 hits and a ute load of Golden Guitar awards to his credit. Lee said “Backroad Nation” is a celebration of us, our way of life and the people who make our country great.”
Having accomplished more in his lifetime than most performers dream of, Kris Kristofferson has recorded over 30 albums and written some of the greatest songs of all time. Music fans will not want to miss the opportunity to see the original A Star Is Born legend and Country Music Hall of Fame‘s Kris Kristofferson and The Strangers!
Tex Perkins returns to the stage with his Helpmann Award winning performance of The Man In Black. Join Tex Perkins & The Tennessee Four with Rachael Tidd as they bring you the songs and stories of Johnny Cash. Tex has been performing The Man In Black for 10 years, and what better way to celebrate than with a national tour!
The “ Blood & Longing” tour will be in Auburn, SA at the Hats Courthouse – one of Neil Murray’s favourite venues in regional Australia.
DATE: Saturday, August 24th
TIME: 8 pm
VENUE: Auburn Courthouse
PRICE: $25.00 pre-booked $28.00 @door
TKS: bookings @hatsincsa.com OR T 8849 2420
What’s not to love about a Neil Murray concert? This talented Singer & Award-winning songwriter is the ultimate travelling troubadour who loves to travel this wide brown land plying his craft and gathering stories for his next song. He always captivates and inspires where ever he goes his passion and talent knows no bounds. His sensitivity and love of his country told through his songwriting makes for a wonderful night out. He has released a remarkable string of albums – the latest being Blood & Longing which will be
available on the night. Make sure you get along to what will be yet another fabulous Hats Concert.
Neil will be supported on the night by local group The Little Blue Bees
Rod and Judith Dawson are “the little blue bees” a duo presenting a mix of both original and eclectic covers. Judith is the winner of the South Australian Country Music Association’s Songwriter Award 2019, the prestigious Frank Harding award for musical excellence, as well as being a two-time finalist in the Judith Crossley songwriting award. She is an accomplished poet whose achievement has also been recognised as the winner of the CJ Dennis award for poetry.
Formed in 2017, the Big Possum Stringband are the fresh, new faces of folk. They are young, excited, and passionate about the rich legacy of traditional Appalachian music of the American South.
Tessa Dillon (fiddle) and Seth Swingle (banjo) are joined by multi-instrumentalist Evan Collins to make oldtime country music’s hottest new band, and local Adelaide born Bassist Peter Hisco, Director of the Kellycountyrpick, is joining them for the tour.
Fresh off their 1st place win at the 2018 Clifftop festival (generally regarded as the most prestigious contest in the genre), the Possums are bringing their mix of breakdowns, showpieces, ballads and rounder songs to audiences around the nation and the world.
With three-part harmonies, electrifying fiddle breaks and a pounding square-dance beat, the Big Possum Stringband creates a powerful energy that will have you stamping, yelling and dancing along.
If you’d like more information about this show, or to request an interview please call Sarah Martin (08) 8340 4697 or email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org
BIG POSSUM STRINGBAND
+ The Dogpatch Fiddlers
The Gov | Thu 22 Aug
Tickets: $25 + Booking Fee
Doors open @ 7:30 pm