Foco Nuevo in December

Come along to the last Foco Nuevo of 2012 and join us in this celebration of Brisbane’s independent music scene!

Danny Jackson: one member of the two-piece folk band from california, verano east; playing everything from slow-mellow folk to happy ukulele and piano songs. The band is from california but the members are products of chile/california/ philippines/peru/spain. [website].

3 Miles from Texas: (previously “Little Secrets”) released their self titled new recording in 2012. Original members, Michael Tully (bass, guitars, vocals), Rob Stewart (guitars, vocals) and Tony Mockeridge (vocals, guitar, percussion) asked their friend and major contributor to their CD, Rose Broe if she would join as a permanent member. Due to a momentary lapse of reason, Rose agreed. Her multi-instrumental and vocal talents have added another dimension to the performances, much to the delight of band and audience.

3 Miles From Texas play all original material. They are committed to making every show the best it can be, and always show up on time! Between the punctuality and dynamics you just might think, “I’m glad I showed up.” [website]

Jumping Fences: Energised by their gig at the Laura Street Festival Jumping Fences returns with their full line up; Dan Simpson, Ross Gwyther, James Harper and Robbie Stewart. Their original works contain imagery and styles that reveal both an incisive insight into Australian life and a long association with Latin American culture. [website] [website]

Hope to see you there,

Lachlan and Sue

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Friday December 7
8.00 p.m.

Kurilpa Hall
174 Boundary Street
West End

(Next to the West End Library. Click

for a map)

$10 / $7 concession

Maggie’s delicious cakes and tea and coffee on sale.






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