Friday August 6
174 Boundary Street
(Next to the West End Library. Click here for a map)
$10 / $7 concession
Maggie’s delicious cakes, tea and coffee on sale.
Foco Nuevo maintains its ongoing program of great music in a welcoming atmosphere. Our guests for August are John Fegan and Arrkoola.
John Fegan: A few memorable lines from a Guy Clark song, one of John’s favourite influences, best sum up his amazing musical journey… ‘There ain’t no money in poetry, that’s what sets the poet free and I’ve had all the freedom I can stand.’ His music is a labour of love that has taken him across Europe, Scandinavia, Ireland and England for performances in some of the world’s most prestigious music festivals including the Montreux Jazz Festival and The Bardentreffen in Nuremberg Germany to an audience of 20,000. And now he’s coming to Foco Nuevo! [website].
Jumping Fences the song-writing partnership of Lachlan Hurse and Sue Monk, will be playing their energetic mix of original and Latin American songs, accompanied by the band. Their songs extend the folk tradition, and give new insights into contemporary life. [website]
Other Jumping Fences gigs
July 31: We’re playing tomorrow at a book launch for ‘Leftside’ a book of Australian working class poetry by Jim Sharp who has performed at Foco Nuevo previously. It’s going to be a great afternoon at the QCU building, 16 Peel Street South Brisbane, starting at 3 pm.
Lachlan and Sue
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