Main Road Willunga
SA’s newest live
music venue in the heart of Willunga.
Stone Pony presents:
Kyle Kain + Ciaram Granger
Stone Pony, Show
Most of her musical career, Kylie has spent writing songs with the fragile members of Adelaide; In detox centres and homeless outreaches; with indigenous and new Australians; with young mothers and school kids who struggle in the education system; and with dementia patients. Music is a language with different rules to speech. What is able to be sung is not always able to be spoken. It satisfies the yearning for communication and connection. It unlocks gates. It reaches across. That is the bag of tools, the purpose and the joy of Kylie’s musical story.
Kylie’s song, ‘Stompin the Ground’ written for Reconciliation Week won the National Sing Loud Competition 2014 for best original song, judged by none other than Gurrumul and Delta Goodrem. Concepts for the song were born from conversations with dear friends; white and indigenous Barkinji and Ngarrindjeri men and women with the idea of composing an uplifting and empowering song about what is required to reconcile.
An Australian Singer, Songwriter, Blues Roots and Folk performer based out of Adelaide, Australia.
At 26 years of age Ciaram has travelled and performed in Canada, Germany, France, Belgium, the UK, the Netherlands and Australia. Playing upwards of a 1000 shows Ciaram has been able to develop his own unique style of Blues and Folk. With songs and stories about freedom, love and all that goes with life on the road, plus as many instruments as a airline will allow one person to carry including guitar, weissenborn guitar, harmonica and a stomp-box, you will want to make sure you get along to see a show near you soon.
Ciaram has played in some of Australia’s best live music venues and festivals like Fleurieu Folk Festival, Follow the Sun Festival, Blenheim Music Festival, Blues in the Barossa plus many more and has also shared the stage with such acts as John Butler, Tony Joe White, Paul Dempsey, Ash Grunwald, Dallas Frasca, Bonjah and Jordie Lane. He has also Showcased at Canadian Music Week 2015 representing Blues and Roots in Australia.