Friday, 1st April, 2016
174 Boundary Street, West End (map)
After being energised by our tremendous 8th anniversary celebrations we’re keeping the music flowing with guests Old Semeil, and Mark Cryle and Carmel Newman. Hope to see you next Friday, Lachlan and Sue.
Old Semeil sings songs from the heart, and has been performing around Brisbane for the last couple of years. Rercording his first EP at the end of 2015, upcoming performances will see the songs explored in the live setting for the first time. Having played in local punk band The Mouldy Lovers for the past 4 years, this solo project finds Gavin in a much quiter mood, but with no less energy and passion [website].
Mark Cryle and Carmel Newman: Mark Cryle (guitar/ vocals) has been acclaimed by music journalists as one of Australia’s leading songwriters. Carmel Newman has played classical violin since she was three and sings like an angel – a fallen angel perhaps, but an angel nonetheless. In August 2015 Mark and Carmel recorded their first duo cd – The Taste of the Rain – a rich blend of traditional Celtic tunes and songs blended with Mark’s highly-acclaimed song writing. Music for the head, the heart and for the feet, this duo will dazzle you with their rich musicality and keep any crowd engaged, entertained, singing along and baying for more [website].
Jumping Fences: the song-writing partnership of Lachlan Hurse and Sue Monk join forces with experienced musicians Ross Gwyther, James Harper and Robbie Stewart, to play 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].
$10 / $7 concession
Cakes, tea & coffee available.
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