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Foco Nuevo turns 7!

FOCO NUEVO IN MARCH

Our 7th Birthday!!

Come and celebrate our anniversary; after more than 70 concerts we are still going strong! We hope you can make it!!

THE TONI POLLARD BAND

JUMPING FENCES

Friday March 6
8.00 p.m.

Kurilpa Hall
174 Boundary Street
West End

$10 / $7 concession

Cakes, tea and coffee available.

BYO

web: www.foconuevo.org.au

email: Lachlan
Sue

Sadie and Jay sing with earthy and soaring harmonies accompanied by a variety of instruments. A beautiful collision of divergent music styles creating music that immediately draws you in. Their repertoire of originals and eclectic covers is a mix of moving ballads, humorous ditties & high paced musical romps. With the able assistance of percussionist extraordinaire Suzanne Hibbs they will be performing songs from their new album “CURIOUS” as well as some quirky takes on familiar tunes. [website]
The Toni Pollard Band:From Brisbane the band play Memphis Blues, Vintage 1920s Street Jazz, Skiffle, a genre of folk music from the turn of the century in New Orleans and original compositions by Pollard a finalist in the Australian Songwriting Awards in 2013. Instrumentation includes Acoustic Guitar, Upright/Electric Bass, Tenor Saxophone, Drums, Vocals and all manner of traditional and home made percussive instruments. This music has a life of its own with an intensity and energy that delights audiences of all ages. [website]

Jumping Fences: Still fresh from their recent trip to Cuba, the song-writing partnership of Lachlan Hurse and Sue Monk, along with the full band band 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]

Hope to see you next Friday,

Lachlan and Sue

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One response to “Foco Nuevo turns 7!

  1. Back from Cuba!

    The monthly concert hosted by Jumping Fences

    SADIE AND JAY | THE TONI POLLARD BAND | JUMPING FENCES

    $10 / $7

    Tea, coffee and cakes available. BYO

    Come and celebrate our anniversary; after more than 70 concerts we are still going strong! We hope you can make it!!

    Sadie and Jay: sing with earthy and soaring harmonies accompanied by a variety of instruments. A beautiful collision of divergent music styles creating music that immediately draws you in. Their repertoire of originals and eclectic covers is a mix of moving ballads, humorous ditties & high paced musical romps. With the able assistance of percussionist extraordinaire Suzanne Hibbs they will be performing songs from their new album “CURIOUS” as well as some quirky takes on familiar tunes.

    The Toni Pollard Band: From Brisbane the band play Memphis Blues, Vintage 1920s Street Jazz, Skiffle, a genre of folk music from the turn of the century in New Orleans and original compositions by Pollard a finalist in the Australian Songwriting Awards in 2013. Instrumentation includes Acoustic Guitar, Upright/Electric Bass, Tenor Saxophone, Drums, Vocals and all manner of traditional and home made percussive instruments. This music has a life of its own with an intensity and energy that delights audiences of all ages.

    Jumping Fences
    : Still fresh from their recent trip to Cuba, the song-writing partnership of Lachlan Hurse and Sue Monk, along with the full band band 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.

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