Foco Nuevo in October

Kick off the long weekend with another great night of music! Come along and enjoy performances by Tim and Mia O’Brien, Rumba Sol and Jumping Fences in a special rhythmic mode!

Tim & Mia O’Brien are an all acoustic vocal and guitar duo with one musical aim: to share their passion for positivity of life through music. They blend gypsy rhythms with swing tunes, funky blues, a little fingerstyle, and a lot of love! Some call this ‘vintage pop’ and others a kind of folk jazz swing fusion. You’ll hear old and new with originals and instrumentals: all handcrafted to feel as fresh and uplifting as a crisp blue sky on a Sunday morning… [website]

Rumba Sol is a newly formed four piece band based in Brisbane, with influences from all around the world and a strong passion for music. They have formed to create a unique and powerful performance. Experience an eclectic mix of both relaxing and exciting music, featuring, Camarón De La Vega (Guitar), Rodrigo Santiago (Guitar), Alex Brindell (Percussion) and Paul Santiago (Bass VI). [website]

Jumping Fences: The song-writing partnership of Lachlan Hurse and Sue Monk, will be playing their energetic folk, tinged with Cuban flavours. 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]

Finally for those who would like to listen to, or download our new album “The Quiet of The Winter Moon” check out our Bandcamp site!

Hope to see you next Friday,

Lachlan and Sue

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Friday October 4
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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