Carrie Jacobi, Lynden Jacobi and Len McCarthy are Tripple Effect. Triple because there are three of them; Tripple because they hope their songs cause a Ripple Effect that will spread throughout the wider community. Their debut album Ripple Effect features 13 original songs. Carrie’s partner, John Sutton, wrote the song Straight from the Heart (the Makarrata song) about the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the need for justice and inclusivity for our First Nations peoples. This song won the 2020 Alistair Hulett Award for Songs for Social Justice.
Tripple Effect sings songs that will inspire, challenge, entertain and leave you wanting more, accompanied by guitars, mandolin, ukulele and whistle/recorder.
Two Voices In The Crowd (formerly known as Sweet Songs and Soft Guitar)
Matthew and Kathy are a vocal duo based in Morpeth NSW. They perform
in the street, in cafes, on the stage, songs of caring. For people and the environment.
Their new song project Gathering Hunter Songs is a curated collection of folk songs
telling stories of the Hunter Valley, her heroes, villains, places and significant events.
The project also includes songs written by Hunter Valley songwriters – an awe inspiring
group of talented people writing songs of importance with humour and gravitas.
The project includes original songs written by both Matthew and Kathy.
Their debut album “Two Voices In The Crowd” the songs of Judy Small and Eric Bogle
will be available for purchase on the night