National Folk Festival Adds Even More Artists for 2018

Elephant Sessions
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The next round of artists for the 2018 National Folk Festival were announced this morning featuring a bunch of internationals, returning favourites and local gems.

The announcement is led by Scottish trad-quintet Elephant Sessions (above) who will be in the country for the festival season. Joining them are the likes of WÖR (Belgium), The Young Folk (Ireland), Trouble in the Kitchen, All Our Exes Live in Texas, My Friend The Chocolate Cake, Fiona Ross (Scotland) and Ken Nicol (England), The Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club, Low Down Riders, Jugularity, Davidson Brothers, Electric Tommy Johnston, Frets Patrick, Loren Kate, Zac Saber, Matilda Rose, Meyers and McNamara, Benji and the Saltwater Sound System and The Quick and The Dead along with choirs Grassroots Union Choir of Tasmania, Alleycats Community Choir, InterVarsity and Ukestral Voices plus the inclusion of the Compánach Irish music concert.

This lineup announcement also features a bunch of poets and spoken word including Keith McKenry, Sandra Renew, Andrew Galan, Daniel J Townsend, Peter Mace, Jacqui Malins with cellist Julia Horvath, Dick Warwick, Martin Pearson, BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT!, Gregory North and Glover and Sorrensen.

The National Folk Festival takes place in Canberra over the Easter long weekend, 29th March to the 2nd April. For more information, including how to pick up early bird tickets, check out the official web site here.

Listen to the New Sufjan Stevens Single “Tonya Harding”

Sufjan
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Sujan Stevens has surprised everyone with the release of “Tonya Harding”, a tribute to the former US figure skater. To accompany the release Stevens penned a small piece detailing why he wrote the song:

“I’ve been trying to write a Tonya Harding song since I first saw her skate at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in 1991,” Sufjan Stevens explained. “She’s a complicated subject for a song partly because the hard facts of her life are so strange, disputable, heroic, unprecedented, and indelibly American. She was one of the greatest figure skaters of her time, and the first American woman to perform a triple axle in an international competition. She was an unlikely skating star, having been raised working class in Portland, Oregon. Being a poor outsider, her rise to fame in the skating rink was seen, by some, as a blemish on a sport that favored sophistication and style. Tonya’s skating technique was feisty, fierce, and full of athleticism, and her flamboyant outfits were often hand-made by her mother (who was abusive and overbearing). (They couldn’t afford Vera Wang.) And then there was the Nancy Kerrigan incident. In January 1994, Tonya’s then-boyfriend Jeff Gillooly hired an assailant, Shane Stant, to break fellow figure skater Nancy Kerrigan’s leg at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships at Cobo Arena in Detroit, so that she would be unable to compete at the upcoming Winter Olympics. The after-math of the attack was recorded on camera and ultimately set off a media frenzy (and an FBI investigation). Gillooly and Stan were eventually found guilty, and Tonya pleaded guilty to hindering the prosecution, and was subsequently banned for life from the U.S. Figure Skating Association. Nancy Kerrigan recovered from her injury and won a silver medal at the Winter Olympics. Tonya Harding finished eighth.

“But that’s not even half the story. When Tonya and Gillooly got married, they filmed themselves having sex on their wedding night and produced one of the first-ever celebrity sex tapes (which they sold to Penthouse for $200,000 each). Tonya also had a brief career as a boxer, and is most famous for her bout with former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones (whose sexual harassment suit against Bill Clinton precipitated his impeachment in 1998). Tonya was also (very briefly) in a band called the Golden Blades (they were allegedly booed off the stage during their first and only performance). She also raced vintage automobiles (setting a record by driving a Ford Model A over 97 miles per hours on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah). And in 1996 Tonya used mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to revive an 81-year-old woman who collapsed at a bar in Portland while playing video poker. That’s a lot to accomplish before the age of 30!

“Tonya Harding’s dramatic rise and fall was fiercely followed by the media, and she very quickly became the brunt of jokes, the subject of tabloid headlines and public outcry. She was a reality TV star before such a thing even existed. But she was also simply un-categorical: American’s sweetheart with a dark twist. But I believe this is what made her so interesting, and a true American hero. In the face of outrage and defeat, Tonya bolstered shameless resolve and succeeded again and again with all manners of re-invention and self-determination. Tonya shines bright in the pantheon of American history simply because she never stopped trying her hardest. She fought classism, sexism, physical abuse and public rebuke to become an incomparable American legend.

“I admit, early drafts of this song contained more than a few puns, punch lines and light-hearted jabs—sex tapes and celebrity boxing make for an entertaining narrative arc. But the more I edited, and the more I meditated, and the more I considered the wholeness of the person of Tonya Harding, I began to feel a conviction to write something with dignity and grace, to pull back the ridiculous tabloid fodder and take stock of the real story of this strange and magnificent America hero. At the end of the day, Tonya Harding was just an ordinary woman with extraordinary talent and a tireless work ethic who set out to do her very best. She did that and more. I hope the same can be said of us all.”

Listen to “Tonya Harding” here:

Watch the New Raised By Eagles Video “Night Wheels”

Raised By Eagles
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Melbourne based alt-country band Raised By Eagles have just released the cracking new video for their single “Night Wheels”.

The track is taken from their award winning and critically acclaimed 2017 album I Must Be Somewhere – check out the video here:

Raised By Eagles will be seeing in the holiday season with two very special Christmas shows in Victoria, A Country Christmas Revue. Raised By Eagles will be joined by The Ahern Brothers and Lost Ragas, with very special guest MC Sarah Carroll, in Melbourne and Castlemaine – the full list of dates are below:

Sunday 17th December – Howler, Melbourne, VIC
Friday 22nd December – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, VIC

Port Fairy Folk Festival Announces Women Out Loud 2018 Lineup

Port Fairy
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As we get closer to next year’s Port Fairy Folk Festival the lineup continues to grow, with this year’s Women Out Loud 2018 concert announced.

The Women Out Loud 2018 concert will take place on the 11th March and will be hosted by Sarah Carroll. The concert will feature a really exciting list of artists including Chris While & Julie Matthews, Faith Ristic, Gina Williams, Josienne Clarke, Pauline Scanlon, Rebecca Barnard, Sophie Koh and Yolanda Brown.

The Port Fairy Folk Festival is held in Port Fairy, Victoria from the 9th to the 12th March. For more information check out the official site here.

Kelly Brouhaha, Rose Zita Falko and Andrew Thomson Announce Summer Tour

Kelly Brouhaha
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After meeting at The DAG sheep station just outside of Tamworth earlier this year three of Australia’s most exciting emerging artists, Kelly Brouhaha, Rose Zita Falko and Andrew Thomson, have announced plans to head out on a Summer tour together.

The tour will feature solo performances from all three artists along with their recent collaboration efforts. The tour kicks off this January with dates through Victoria and New South Wales – check out the full list of shows below:

Thursday 4th January – Pistol Pete’s, Geelong, VIC
Friday 5th January – Billy Roy’s Blues Bar, Bendigo, VIC
Saturday 6th January – Wesley Anne, Melbourne, VIC
Sunday 7th January – House Concert, Albury, NSW
Thursday 11th January – Stave’s Brewery, Sydney, NSW
Friday 12th January – House Concert, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday 13th January – Kincumber Hotel, Kincumber, NSW
Sunday 14th January – No.5 Church St, Bellingen, NSW


Listen to the New Hannah Cameron Single “Just Leave Me Here”

Hannah Cameron
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Singer-songwriter Hannah Cameron has just released a live video of her latest single “Just Leave Me Here”. The track is a taster of Cameron’s album upcoming I Lay Where You Lie and was inspired by a conversation with a friend.

“It’s about feelings of hopelessness and defeat but it was actually written as a song of comfort,” Hannah Cameron explained. “I think sometimes we don’t want to be told that things are okay, we want to be heard and to feel understood.”

Check out the stunning live video for “Just Leave Me Here” here:

Hannah Cameron will be playing at Some Velvet Morning this Sunday 17th December.

Listen to the New Ruby Boots Single “Don’t Talk About It”

Ruby Boots
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The latest single from Ruby Boots’ upcoming album Don’t Talk About It, due on the 9th February, is the wonderful title track “Don’t Talk About It”.

As usual Ruby Boots’ amazing voice is front and centre on the track, which is a little more laid back than the rocking numbers we’ve heard from the Americana singer son far.

Take a listen to “Don’t Talk About It” below:

Watch the New Carpenter Caswell Video “Too Young, Too Cute, Too Pretty”

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Americana duo Carpenter Caswell are capping off a huge 2018 with the release of their new single “Too Young, Too Cute, Too Pretty”. The track is the fifth offering from the duo’s self titled debut album and has just been nominated in the Best Bluegrass Song category of the Golden Guitar Awards.

“Too Young, Too Cute, Too Pretty” also features a collaboration with Zane Banks (banjo), Anna McInerny (fiddle) and James Daley (mandolin) from The Morrisons – check out the video for the track below:

Watch the New Slim Dime Video “That Ole Train”

Slim Dime
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Victorian acoustic duo Slim Dime have just released their brand new video “That Ole Train”.

Filmed by Peg Leg Productions, the song is about “the last great ride we all take” and definitely has a traditional sound to it – even a bit of yodelling.

Take a look at “That Ole Train” below:

Thank Folk It’s Friday – 8th December

TFIF

This Week in Folk

All the News From The Week That Was

– The Blue Mountains Music Festival added more artists to its 2018 lineup including Vicki Thorne from The Waifs, Archie Roach, All Our Exes Live in Texas, SON (Susan O’Neill), Steve Appel & Melanie Horsnell, Elephant Sessions, Gina Williams & Guy Ghouse, Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker, Faith i Branko, Frank Burkitt Band, Linda Mizzi, Monique Clare Duo, Charm of Finches and more. Details here

– Melbourne singer-songwriter BATTS released her new single “Somedays”. Details here

– The last Bluegrass @ Yulli’s for the year is this week featuring The Water Runners. Details here

Blair Dunlop announced Sydney and Melbourne shows when he’s in the for the Port Fairy Folk Festival and the Blue Mountains Music Festival. Details here

Sufjan Stevens released his self-directed video for “The Greatest Gift”. Details here

– Australian country music giants Adam Eckersley and Brooke McClymont are releasing a duo album and heading out on a huge tour. Details here

– Kiama based singer-songwriter Joe Mungovan announced east coast tour dates. Details here

– American nu-folk legends Calexico released their new video “Voices In The Field”. Details here

Bluesfest dropped its third artist announcement including Kesha, Sheryl Crow, Melissa Ethridge, Afro Celt Sound System, William Crighton, Elephant Sessions, Newton Faulkner, Harry Manx, Juanes, Seu Jorge, Ziggy Alberts, Ásgeir, Harts and Holy Holy. Details here

Releases This Week

Jim James
Tribute To 2Jim James
iTunes

Jo Mungovan
Another Night, A Distance From HereJoe Mungovan
iTunes

Dear John
Dear John – A Tribute to the Songs of John HartfordRobert Ellis and Courtney Hartman
iTunes

Shovels and Rope
Busted Jukebox Volume 2Shovels & Rope
iTunes

Timber and Steel Recommends – Go To This Gig

Trouble In The Kitchen w/ Cat & Clint

Trouble in the Kitchen

Australia’s premiere Irish trad quartet celebrate their 20th anniversary with a very special show in Melbourne this Thursday

Thursday 14th December – Spotted Mallard, Melbourne, VIC

Gigs Next Week

19-Twenty
Saturday 9th December – Mangrove Mountain Public Hall, Mangrove Mountain, NSW
Friday 15th December – The Royal Oak Hotel, Launceston, TAS

Aleyce Simmonds, Tori Forsythe, The Spurs
Sunday 10th December – Made By The Hill, Rooty Hill, NSW

Andrew Swift and Gretta Ziller
Saturday 9th December – Ceres, Echuca, VIC

Andy Golledge
Saturday 9th December – Golden Age Cinema & Bar, Sydney, NSW

Bahamas w/ Slow Dancer
Saturday 9th December – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC

BATTS
Wednesday 13th December – Secret Show, Melbourne, VIC

Ben Camden
Friday 8th December – The Royal Mail, Goodna, QLD
Saturday 9th December – The Sol Bar, Maroochydore, QLD
Sunday 10th December – The Queen Street Mall, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 15th December – The Heritage Hotel, Bulli, NSW

Bluegrass @ Yulli’s feat. The Water Runners
Wednesday 13th December – Yulli’s, Sydney, NSW

Bluegrass Pub Pick feat. The Willing Ponies, The Jimmies, The Southern Gentlemen
Sunday 10th December – George Hotel, Sydney, NSW

By The Banks Festival
Saturday 9th December – Albury, NSW

Candice McLeod
Saturday 9th December – By the Banks Music Festival, Albury, NSW
Thursday 14th December – The Front Gallery and Cafe, Canberra, ACT

Canyon
Sunday 10th December – The Flying Saucer Club, Elsternwick, VIC

Catherine Traicos
Friday 15th December – Bassendean Hotel, Perth, WA

Celtic Sessions at the Cardigan Bar
Saturday 9th December – Cardigan Bar, Brisbane, QLD

CK & the 45’s
Friday 8th December – The Gasoline Pony, Sydney, NSW

Darren Hanlon
Friday 8th 
December – TBC, Birchip, VIC
Saturday 9th December – North Perth Town Hall, Perth, WA
Sunday 10th December – House Show, Nannup, WA
Friday 15th
 December – Ainslie Main Hall

, Canberra, ACT

Dean Lewis
Friday 8th December – Factory Theatre, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 9th December – The Zoo, Brisbane, QLD
Sunday 10th December – The Northern, Byron Bay, NSW

Dusty Ravens & Jason Walker
Sunday 10th December – Union Hotel, Sydney, NSW

Ella Belfanti
Sunday 10th December – Little Blowhole Art Bar, Kiama, NSW

Emma Swift w/ Jason Walker, Simone East, Oh Willy Dear.
Sunday 10th December – Golden Barley Hotel, Sydney, NSW

End of Year Folk Bash feat. Sue Gee, Peter Miller-Robinson, Kate Maclurcan and her combined choirs, Black Joak Morris: Mummers Play, Christina Mimmocchi with Corella & Scales of Justice choirs, Andsome Friends, Sheffield Carols
Sunday 10th December – The Gaelic Club, Sydney, NSW

Fairgrounds Festival
Friday 8th and Saturday 9th December – Berry, NSW

Festival of Small Halls feat. Vance Gilbert, Liz Stringer
Friday 8th December – Queen Street Community Hall, Yeppoon, QLD
Saturday 9th December – Degilbo Hall, Degilbo, QLD
Sunday 10th December – Rainbow Beach Community Hall, Rainbow Beach, QLD
Wednesday 13th December – Kandanga Public Hall, Kandanga, QLD
Thursday 14th December – Perseverance Hall, Perseverance, QLD
Friday 15th December – Woodford Memorial Hall, Woodford, QLD

Festival of the Sun
Thursday 7th to Sunday 10th December – Port Macquarie, NSW

Finders Keepers Sydney Market
Friday 8th to Sunday 10th December – Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney, NSW

Fired Up On Climate Change feat. Whoa Mule, Narrownecks, Snail, Andie Isalie with Ollie from Paperhill
Sunday 10th December – Carrington Hotel Gardens and Junction 142, Katoomba, NSW

Fox n Firkin
Saturday 9th December – Nevermind The Warp’d Tour, New Globe Theatre, Brisbane, QLD

Gary Óg
Friday 8th December – The Adelaide Irish Club, Adelaide, SA
Saturday 9th December – The Boston, Perth, WA
Sunday 10th December – The Boston, Perth, WA

Great Aunt
Saturday 9th December – Charles Weston Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Hannah Cameron & Ryan Downey Joint
Sunday 10th December – Some Velvet Morning, Melbourne, VIC

Harrison Storm
Friday 8th December – Sooki Lounge, Belgrave, VIC
Saturday 9th December – Karova Lounge, Ballarat, VIC
Sunday 10th December – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, VIC
Thursday 14th December – The Milk Factory, Brisbane, QLD

Harvey Russell and the Widowmakers, Matt J Ward
Sunday 10th December – Staves Brewery, Sydney, NSW

Heartaches and Hangovers feat. Small Town Romance
Saturday 9th December – The Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Hussy Hicks & Raphael White
Friday 8th December – Tintenbar Hall, Tintenbar, NSW
Saturday 9th December – House with No Walls, Eumundi, QLD

Imogen Pemberton and Oliver Downes
Saturday 9th December – Hotel Blue, Katoomba, NSW
Sunday 10th December – The Gasoline Pony, Sydney, NSW
Tuesday 12th December – House Concert, Hamilton North, NSW
Thursday 14th December – Two Goats Cafe and Baa, Armidale, NSW
Friday 15th December – House Concert, Toormina, NSW

Jack Johnson
Friday 8th December – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC

Jackie Marshall w/ Raychel Stone
Wednesday 13th December – Junk Bar, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 15th December – The Bison Bar, Nambour, QLD

James Bennett
Friday 8th December – JJ’s at The Marina, Batemens Bay, NSW
Saturday 9th December – Junee Licorice & Chocolate Factory, Junee, NSW
Friday 15th December – The Aztec, Forster, NSW

James Hickey
Saturday 9th December – Wheatsheaf Hotel, Adelaide, SA

James Kenyon
Friday 8th December – House Concert, Benalla, VIC
Saturday 9th December – By The Banks Festival, Albury, NSW
Sunday 10th December – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC

Jordan Merrick
Friday 8th December – Black Bear, Brisbane, QLD

Josh Pyke w/ Harrison Storm
Friday 8th December – Sooki Lounge, Belgrave, VIC
Saturday 9th December – Karova Lounge, Ballarat, VIC
Sunday 10th December – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, VIC

Kyle Lionhart
Friday 8th December – Forth Pub, Forth, TAS
Saturday 9th December – The Waratah Hotel, Hobart, TAS

Leah Flanagan
Sunday 10th December – The Newsagency, Sydney, NSW

Lizzie Flynn
Friday 8th December – 5 Church Street, Bellingen, NSW

Meredith Music Festival
Friday 8th to Sunday 10th December – Meredith, VIC

Mia Dyson
Friday 8th December – Black Bear, Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 9th December – Imperial Hotel, Sunshine Coast, QLD
Sunday 10th December – Hotel Brunswick, Brunswick Heads, NSW
Friday 15th December – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC

Mick Thomas & The Roving Commission
Friday 8th December – Wheatsheaf, Adelaide, SA
Saturday 9th December – Odd Fellow, Fremantle, WA
Sunday 10th December – The Oxford, Leederville, WA
Thursday 14th December – Smith’s Alternative, Canberra, ACT
Friday 15th December – Leadbelly, Sydney, NSW

Milk Xmas Party
Wednesday 13th December – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC
Thursday 14th December – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC

Miriam Lieberman
Sunday 10th December – Camelot Lounge, Sydney, NSW

Monthly Oldtime Jam
Sunday 10th December – The Brothers Public House, Melbourne, VIC

My Friend the Chocolate Cake
Sunday 9th December – Theatre Royal, Hobart, TAS

Neil Murray
Friday 8th December – The Loft, Warrnambool, VIC
Saturday 9th December – The Royal Hotel, Portland, VIC
Sunday 10th December – Macarthur Hotel, Macarthur, VIC

Nigel Wearne
Friday 8th December – Flying Brick Cider Co, Wallington, VIC
Saturday 9th December – House Concert, Ocean Grove, VIC
Sunday 10th December – House Concert, Drysdale, VIC
Wednesday 13th December – The Loft, Warrnambool, VIC

Niq Reefman w/ Muso Yetzka
Saturday 9th December – Open Studio, Melbourne, VIC

Open Folk’n
Friday 8th December – Bendigo Folk Club, The Old Church on the Hill, Bendigo, VIC

Outlaw Country Christmas feat. Lachlan Bryan, Dan Waters, Bell Street Delays
Sunday 10th December – Fitzroy Bowling Club, Melbourne, VIC

Phia
Friday 8th December – The Flying Cock, Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 9th December – Smith’s Alternative, Canberra, ACT

Pierce Brothers
Saturday 9th December – 3 Oceans Winery, Margaret River, WA
Thursday 14th December – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Riogh
Friday 15th December – The Yo Yo Bar, Wollongong, NSW

Robyn Hitchcock
Wednesday 13th December – The Lansdowne, Sydney, NSW

Roy Payne
Friday 8th December – Golden Barley Hotel, Sydney, NSW

Sam Outlaw
Friday 8th December – Major Tom’s, Kyneton, VIC

Scott Cook & Liz Frencham
Saturday 9th December – By The Banks Festival, Albury, NSW
Sunday 10th December – House Concert, Staghorn Flat, VIC

Sid Berry
Sunday 10th December – The Bellingen Brewery & Co., Bellingen, NSW

Sparrow-Folk
Friday 8th December – The Street Theatre, Canberra, ACT
Friday 8th December – The Street Theatre, Canberra, ACT

Stanley Records Xmas Party feat. Adam Young & The Down Main, Mick Daley Versus The Wayshegoes, Dave Favours & The Roadside Ashes
Saturday 9th December – Staves Brewery, Sydney, NSW

Stella Donnelly
Friday 8th December – The Newsagency, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 9th December – Fairgrounds Festival, Berry, NSW

Stu Larsen
Friday 8th December – Grace Darling, Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 9th December – Venue 505, Sydney, NSW

Tennyson King
Friday 8th December – Exeter Hotel, Adelaide, SA
Saturday 9th December – Wheatsheaf Hotel, Adelaide, SA
Tuesday 12th December – Cally Hotel, Warrnambool, VIC
Wednesday 13th December – The Loft, Warrnambool, VIC

The Beautiful Girls
Friday 8th December – Rosemount Hotel, Perth, WA
Saturday 9th December – Dunsborough Tavern, Dunsborough, WA
Sunday 10th December – The Northshore Tavern, Hillarys, WA

The Black Sorrows
Sunday 10th December – Terminus Hotel, Healesville, VIC

The Crooked Fiddle Band
Friday 15th December – Hotel Steyne, Manly, NSW

The Demon Drink
Friday 15th December – The Brooklyn Standard, Brisbane, QLD

The East Pointers
Friday 8th December – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, VIC
Saturday 9th December – Metropole, Katoomba, NSW
Thursday 14th December – Jive, Adelaide, SA
Friday 15th December – Darwin Railway Club, Darwin, NT

The Genni Kane Trio and String Theories
Sunday 10th December – Orange Regional Conservatorium, Orange, NSW

The Go Set
Friday 15th December – The Cardigan Bar, Brisbane, QLD

The Grenadiers
Saturday 9th December – Cronulla RSL, Cronulla, NSW

The Mae Trio
Friday 8th December – The Wesley Anne, Melbourne, VIC

The Northern Folk
Saturday 9th December – By The Banks Festival, Albury, NSW

The Rhythm Section Christmas Party feat. Claude Hay, Marshall Okell, Cass Eager & The Mo’ Debleys, Justin Yap, Matty T Wall
Thursday 14th December – Leadbelly, Sydney, NSW

The Shins
Friday 8th December – Enmore Theatre, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 9th December – Fairgrounds Festival, Berry, NSW

The Teskey Brothers
Friday 8th and Saturday 9th December – Fairgrounds, Berry, NSW
Friday 8th to Sunday 10th December – Meredith Music Festival, Meredith, VIC

The Waifs
Saturday 9th December – Albany Entertainment Centre, Albany, WA
Sunday 10th December – Albany Entertainment Centre, Albany, WA

The Water Runners
Wednesday 13th December – Bluegrass @ Yulli’s, Yulli’s, Sydney, NSW
Friday 15th December – The Sebel Harbourside, Kiama, NSW

The Weeping Willows
Sunday 10th December – Music in the Library, Chelsea Library, Chelsea, VIC

The Wise Women
Friday 8th December – CERES Joe’s Market Garden, Melbourne, VIC

This Way North
Friday 8th December – Rhythm Hut, Gosford, NSW
Saturday 9th December – By the Banks Festival, Albury, NSW
Sunday 10th December – Bright Brewery, Bright, VIC
Friday 15th December – The Golden Vine, Bendigo, VIC

Tori Forsyth
Friday 8th December – Rooty Hill RSL, Rooty Hill, NSW
Saturday 9th December – North Haven Bowling Club, North Haven, NSW

Trouble In The Kitchen w/ Cat & Clint
Thursday 14th December – Spotted Mallard, Melbourne, VIC

Ukulele Death Squad
Friday 8th December – Pepper Tree, Aldinga, SA

Wifey w/ Garry David, Darren Cross
Friday 15th December – Union Hotel, Sydney, NSW

Yusuf / Cat Stevens
Saturday 9th December – Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Friday Folk Flashback

“Will You Marry Me” – Gemini Downs

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