2020 Concerts 

ANNOUNCEMENT

We are BACK. Kicking off on 2 August and the good thing is what we are doing is pretty much the same as we were doing pre-Coronavirus; fully seated, nicely spaced (reduced numbers) and you can get a drink pre-show and interval. We are starting earlier (4pm) leaving you time to grab a meal somewhere local after the show, as with current restrictions we are steering clear of providing food, apart from packaged crisps, chocolates etc. Unfortunately, we have had to cancel interstate artists, although we are still very hopeful of having The Audreys playing on 13 November

We have a special double headline show with Kaurna Cronin and Band – Tom Kneebone, Kyrie Anderson, Kiah Gossner and Siberian Tiger – Bree Tranter and Chris Panousakis.
Kaurna Cronin is a unique Australian folk artist who has split his time between his native Australia, Europe and Canada, winning the hearts of audiences around the world. Performing with a live band rooted in the acoustic origins of folk, he is a captivating entertainer who is always seeking to push the genre to new heights. His knack for intelligent and heartfelt lyrics in the tradition of folk troubadours who are storytellers first and foremost demonstrates a maturity and an ingenuity beyond his years.

 

Siberian Tiger is a new project of partners in music and in life Bree Tranter (The Middle East, Matt Corby) and Chris Panousakis (Timberwolf), who have come together between tours to bring you their first collaborative expression of experiences with tradition, ritual, loss and devotion. They will be joined by Django Rowe on guitar.

Bar from 3pm, Doors from 3.30pm, Music 4pm

Tix $25

SCHEDULE 

4.00 Kaurna Cronin

4.55 Interval

5.20 Siberian Tiger

6.15 FINISH (approx)

Sunday 2 August 4:00pm

Kaurna Cronin and Band : Siberian Tiger

Sunday 9 August 4:00pm

PlanB : Dr DeSoto

The Rock and Soul sounds of PlanB’s recent recordings hark back to the days when bands cut their teeth on live shows for real people. This is not surprising considering PlanB’s heritage; the group formed in the mid eighties in Adelaide South Australia, where it shared the stage with the huge bands of the day including The Eurogliders, Goanna, Pseudo Echo, Mondo Rock, The Models, John Paul Young and The Allniters.
Performing internationally is subtly changing this grass roots Australian band. While still full of bold brass and richly textured lyrical content the material recorded on tour reflects the cultural impact of the Vietnam and Cambodian experience on the band, as well as the aggregation of years of life and industry experience.

A mainstay of the original music circuit in South Australia since 2012, Dr DeSoto has a reputation for gritty roots-pop, and draws on the experience of ex members of ‘The Audreys’ (ARIA Award winners), ‘Gone To Earth’, ‘Highway 31’ and more. It’s a no-fuss four piece outfit that’s equally at ease on Festival stages or in front bars.
The Go-Betweens, Elvis Costello, the Finn Brothers – Doctor DeSoto’s hooky songs tap into this vein of suburban storytelling from where the dead end streets and the dust-bowls meet.

This will be a special afternoon of music as these two Adelaide bands appear on the same bill for the first time.

Bar from 3pm, Doors from 3.30pm, Music 4pm

Tix $25

SCHEDULE 

4.00 Dr Desoto

4.55 Interval

5.20 PlanB

6.15 FINISH (approx)

Sunday 30 August 4:00pm

Louise Blackwell and the French Set meets Mark Ferguson Trio

Earlybird tix $25 finish 9 August
An evening of beautiful French songs, original songs and songs without words.
Mark Simeon Ferguson brings his jazz-inspired take on songs from Brel, Piaf and Barbara alongside tunes from his new album Songs From an Imperfect World.
Mark Simeon Ferguson – piano, Lyndon Gray – double bass, Josh Baldwin – drums.
Lou Blackwell and the French Set add new French and original songs to their repertoire.
Lou Blackwell – vocals, Mark Simeon Ferguson – keys, Julian Ferraretto – violin, John Aué – double bass, Josh Baldwin – drums.

Bar from 3pm, Doors from 3.30pm, Music 4pm

Tix $30 Earlybird $25

Sunday 13 September 4:00pm

Golonka and Cal Williams Jr Great Moose

Another special double bill with Golonka and Cal Williams Jr Great Moose.
Making beautiful music with a wild gypsy heart, Golonka breathes fresh life into the folk music of Eastern Europe. Their songs speak of the stars and the moon, of pussycats and preachers, of love and death - and their live shows are sweet, menacing and danceable in equal doses!
"Cal Williams Jr is musically a phenomenon. His unique, impeccable guitar style and singing are exceptional"-Rootstime Magazine, Belgium. Now Cal has a new band, Great Moose, to knock the socks of Covid with Kory Horwood on bass and stringy things and Dom Smith on drums.

Bar from 3pm, Doors from 3.30pm, Music 4pm

Tix $25

Great Moose

Sunday 27 September 4:00pm

Kathie Renner and the Search Party with She Descends the Stairs

A double bill to delight. Kathie Renner and the Search Party - styles from jazz standards, folk-pop songs and cinematic soundscapes which reference a variety of eras. Plus Folk Jazz compositions melded with melodic and textural improvisation from She Descends the Stairs.

Bar from 3pm, Doors from 3.30pm, Music 4pm

Tix $25

Sunday 4 October 4:00pm

Vonda Last and the Jelja Quintet with Glenn Skuthorpe and Band

Join us for an enlightening afternoon experiencing the soulful eloquence of two of Adelaide’s best musical poets.

Vonda Last is an Adelaide-based Karonie Ngaanyatjarra singer songwriter. Warm and engaging, her original songs are honest and melodic with a strong sense of the Australian landscape and way of life.  Classical, gospel, country and soul influences infuse her music as she takes the audience on a journey. She has worked with Aboriginal community choirs, Short Black Opera Company performing in Pecan Summer, Archie Roach and the Australian Dance Theatre to name a few. Vonda will be accompanied by the Jelja Quartet.

Glenn Skuthorpe has recorded six highly-regarded albums and music featured in movies and documentaries such as The Emu Runner and John Pilger’s Utopia, Nhunggabarra, Kooma man and international touring singer-songwriter Glenn Skuthorpe is a powerful lyricist and composer who gives voice to those whose stories must be heard. Glenn will be joined by band Enrico Morena (Drums), Anthony Pak Poy (Bass) and Lainie Jamieson (Keys).

Prepare for an infusion of genres with vibes encapsulating vast landscapes, wide open skies and colourful urban street blues.

Bar from 3pm, Doors from 3.30pm, Music 4pm

Tix $30 Earlybird $25

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