The 9th Alistair Hulett Tribute concert will be on Wed 30 January 2019.Hobart venue to be advised.Taking applications now for a three song set from performers world wide.(bearing in mind this is a fundraiser and all contributions are voluntary)Tony Eardley - newly arrived in Tasmania - has signed up.
Mostly Folk on Hobart FM - Every Tuesday 6pm - 8pmHelen, Alan, Roger, and Betty bring you a spellbinding two hours of mostly folk music from all corners of the globe.
Sponsor of 11th hole, Tea Tree Golf Club, TasmaniaSponsor of Monthly Mug playoff, Tea Tree Golf ClubCongratulations Ian Wilson, Monthly Mug playoff winner 2018
Co sponsor of Cygnet Folk Festival "Young Person's Blackboard Competition" from 2004 to 2017.
We are building a website for the Matthew Brady Show.Based on the song suite of Geoff Francis and Peter Hicks, the show is a dramatic telling of the Matthew Brady story.
Brookfield Shed reopens in September after a dramatic rebuild after the floods on 10 May.The Folk Process Open Mic returns to Brookfield on Thursday 18 October.(still at Kingborough Bowls Club for 20 September).
Second Tuesday of each month 7.30pm (but not January)The Hobart Songwriters Circle is a casual, supportive group who meet each month to present a song to their peers for feedback and discussion. The theme is a guide only and all songwriters are welcome.A group for people who write or just appreciate original Tasmanian music.Venue: The Hope and Anchor Hotel, Macquarie Street, Hobart.Join us for dinner at 6.30pmFor songwriters old and new, poets and all. Bring your new song or reprise an old song, write to the theme of the month or come to absorb.
George Mann hails from New York and has been producing labor and protest music for more than 20 years. He has worked with such folk music legends as Utah Phillips, Pete Seeger and Tom Paxton and produced national tours in honour of the Almanac Singers (2013) and Joe Hill (2015). George brings his experience as a union organizer and educator to his concerts - stories and songs about real events and the struggle for a better life. He has just released "For the Road and the Sky," his newest CD, and "Until You Come Home: Songs to Heal the Wounds of War," a compilation CD of songs about the effects of war on those who serve.
The Alistair Hulett Memorial Fund is a not for profit association established in Australia after the untimely death in 2010 of singer, songwriter, political activist and social justice advocate, Alistair Hulett.A significant proportion of all funds raised by the Fund goes to grants, prizes and scholarships awarded to musicians whose focus is on social justice issues and whose music champions those aims for which the Fund was established.The Fund works with community groups, campaigns and organisations to raise money to impact change and advance human rights through music and the arts. You can help further our cause by making a donation or by purchasing an item from the shop. All merchandise sold to the Australian market will contribute to the Fund.
A song about the struggle against Shell by the Shell to Sea campaigners in Ireland.