Traditional Graffiti + 40 Degrees South @ The Loaded Dog
June 26 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm$20
Traditional Graffiti is the exciting roots music band that has evolved out of Australia’s ever-popular gang of ex-pats, ‘The Wheeze & Suck Band’. Ian ‘The Pump’ Macintosh (Melodeon, guitar, Harmonica), John ‘Red Tips’ Milce (Percussion and japes ie: he hits things hard!), Nigel ‘Muddy’ Waters (Mandolin, Cello Mandolin, Harmonica & Guitar) & Rhonda ‘Harmony’ Mawer (Vocals, Whistle, Castanets, Guitar) continue their unique readings of English-based traditional, ceremonial and contemporary folk material, but now embrace both the strong Australasian and North American influences that have influenced their lives over the years.
Forty Degrees south is an archetypal trad-style acapella folk group singing maritime songs and other robust material concerning Australian social, industrial and political history; choruses, harmonies and wit abound, They also perform finely-crafted original material, some accompanied. They now have a CD!
Tickets $20, cash at the door. Sign in using QT codes in the usual way
Disability access, tables available, no supper, so BYO $20
Enquiries & bookings – reply to this email, or call Sandra 9358 4886
Back Hall, Annandale Neighbourhood Centre,
79 Johnston St, Annandale – door opens 7 for 7.30 start
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Saturday 27th November Shortis & Simpson + Shiny Bum Singers
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