Foco Nuevo in November

From Left to Right: Angela Toohey with Lex Weddel & Danny Mclees, Caroline Hammond, Sue Monk, and Voice of Spanish Speaking Women.

Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 7 PM – 10 PM
Kurilpa Hall
174 Boundary St, West End 4101
Tickets · $12 – $8
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This month we feature women singer-songwriters with two concerts and a workshop over Friday and Saturday.

SATURDAY NIGHT CONCERT
VOICE OF SPANISH SPEAKING WOMEN / CAROLINE HAMMOND / ANGELA TOOHEY / hosted by SUE MONK

VOICE OF SPANISH SPEAKING WOMEN
An exuberant group of women from Brisbane’s Spanish-speaking community who express themselves through song. Come and hear some of their favourite songs from across Latin America.

CAROLINE HAMMOND
A singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist of insight and earthiness. Artful, lyrical and evocative, Caroline draws inspiration from a diverse range of musical genres, from blues to gospel, reggae, African ‘hi-life’ and coffee house folk.

Fresh from a House Concert tour of South East Canada & North East USA, she is looking forward to sharing new songs from her upcoming recording project ‘The Grace of Gravity’.

With acoustic guitar, ukulele and resonant voice as her vehicles, she will take you on a journey through life, loss, love and the magic of ordinary things, this is acoustic music to move the feet and the soul!

ANGELA TOOHEY
Nationally renowned in Australia for her 20-year career in theatre and musical theatre, award-winning singer, songwriter and actor Angela Toohey has spent the last decade writing and performing her own music, with her debut CD, No Ordinary Girl, and a new CD due for release in November and another marked for 2020.

She recently joined forces with folk/jazz/roots and rock guitarist and bass player Lex Weddell and earthy and dynamic drummer Danny McLees. With Angela’s world class vocals and powerful rhythm guitar, this combo delivers a lively, enthralling and mesmerising show.

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