A unique and special concert by one of Australia’s most loved and world famous folkies.
Keith Potger’s musical career started well before The Seekers first stormed the UK charts in 1965. He is a self-taught musician, playing the banjo, 6 and 12 string guitars and keyboards. While still at school he performed in vocal groups which evolved into The Seekers in 1962. Later that year Judith Durham joined the group and they focussed on the folk and gospel music boom, accompanying themselves on guitars, banjo and double bass. Keith’s ability to arrange harmonies for the group members was evident from these early days.
He contributed the distinctive 12 string guitar riffs to The Seekers’ chart topping recordings, augmenting the wonderful lead voice of Judith Durham and the boys’ ear-catching harmonies and instrumental talents. When The Seekers disbanded in 1968, Keith’s musical activities turned to songwriting and record production in major recording studios in the UK, forming New Seekers before returning to Australia where he continues to thrive.
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