Out of Abingdon / Jumping Fences
Friday 5th November
31 Arras Street, Yeronga

Doors open 6.00 p.m.
Music starts 6.30 p.m. $10 admission
(Eftpos available)

We’re very happy to be able to reschedule

Out of Abingdon for our November Foco Nuevo.

Hopefully a good sign for the future! Come along and join us for some welcome live music at our backyard house concert. The weather is warmer; perfect for music under the stars. Savouries, cakes, tea, coffee and wine will be available. Please feel free to BYO drinks or food if you wish. Don’t miss out! Please RSVP on our registration page. And a reminder to bring a facemask and be COVID-Safe. We would love to see you at our place.

Sue and Lachlan – Jumping Fences

Please reserve a place at Foco Nuevo

Out of Abingdon Out of Abingdon create soulful, acoustic, lounge music filtered from influences including Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kenny Burrell, Bjork and Nina Simone. Tina’s sultry, honeyed vocals and grooving double bass accompanied by Warwick’s fearless expressive guitar and smouldering, understated vocals create a sensual atmosphere and dynamic stage presence! ‘…listening to Fullerton’s warm, breathy voice is like being dipped in melted dark chocolate, Hargreaves’ blues guitar is mesmerising, he plays with fluid energy, his husky voice complements hers… a soothing, sonic pleasure.’ Broadway Baby, Edinburgh.

Jumping Fences Jumping Fences — the hosts of Foco Nuevo — play a unique mix of original and Latin American songs. The song-writing partnership of Sue Monk on guitar and vocals, and Lachlan Hurse on electric bass, together with James Harper on drums and Ross Gwyther on tenor sax and clarinet, perform arrangements that move easily between tenderness and energy. Over three decades their poetic and insightful lyrics have explored the lives and feelings of people living on the margins or caught in the midst of struggle. ‘Sometimes you can sing what you cannot say…’|


  1. What a great night at Foco Nuevo with the weather holding off and the music dropping like rain in our ears. Thanks to Jumping Fences and Out of Abingdon!

    The night featured Out of Abingdon named after the street in Wooloongabba (not the MG factory in England, nor Abingdon Motors at Dutton Park, Nor Abingdon Abbey in England, nor Abingdon Downs in North Qld where my grandparents lived nor Abingdon in Corinda where they died).

    What a great performance on double bass and guitar matched by sultry jazzy vocals that reminded of the film ‘Down by Law’ featuring Tom Waits. The singer was Tina Fullerton (Double-Bass) and the showman was Warwick Hargreaves (Guitar / Vocals).

    Jumping Fences came up with a captivating new arrangement of Omar’s Adventure to go with the lyrics –

    Omar left a note but then there was no word
    No-one knew what happened, no-one ever heard
    Where did he go, what did he see?


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