Thanks to all the performers and audience who combined to make the 9th Alistair Hulett Tribute concert such a wonderful and memorable occasion.Huge thanks to Julia at the Brookfield Shed for making the venue available and being a caring host.We raised $350 for the Alistair Hulett Memorial Fund.
2020 will be the tenth anniversary of the passing of Alistair Hulett and our mission is to make the concert the biggest yet. Target for fundraising is $1000.
Taking applications now for a three song set from performers world wide.(bearing in mind this is a fundraiser and all contributions are voluntary)2019 thanks to Tony Eardley, Hui Tocker, Black Swans of Trespass, Trouvers, Peter Hicks, David Beniuk, Mat & Annie.
Mostly Folk on Hobart FM - Every Tuesday 6pm - 8pmHelen, Alan and Roger 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.
Les Chauffeurs a Pieds (Can) 2 March at Mountain Mumma (Sheffield) and 3 March at Brookfield Shed (Margate) https://www.facebook.com/events/2562843720399256/Melisande [electrotrad] (Can) coming for a blockbuster show at the Founders Room (Salamanca) on 7 March.Bob Fox (UK), the quintessential Songman in Warhorse, 29 March Mountain Mumma, 30 March Red Velvet Lounge, Cygnet and 31 March Brookfield Shed.
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.
This explosive Quebec City four piece band reshape little-known musical treasures in an energetic yet subtle way, blending fervour and a sense of humour only equalled by their talent as multi-instrumentalists with a knack for musical arrangements.Les Chauffeurs a pieds draw in the audience with their infectious passion, rhythm, well crafted arrangements and sense of humour. They feature French Canadian "swing" on the fiddle, tongue tricks on the recorder, four part vocal harmonies and traditional foot percussion.
Also perfect for energetic ceilidh - quebecois jigs or reels, often crooked;
The multiple award-winning group from Québec presents high-energy traditional French-language songs with strong vocals, acoustic and electric instruments and programming. Led by Mélisande and her husband Alexandre de Grosbois-Garand (Genticorum), the group continues to offer a fresh proposal to the folk music scene with its second album Plantons La Vigne (Borealis Records).The new album, Les millésimes, offers a collection of traditional songs carefully selected during research in various archive centres in Quebec and United States. Like great wines, good songs improve with age and Mélisande [électrotrad] took great pleasure in cooking up these reinterpretations of great vintage songs. Mélisande and her partner 'Moulin' gathered an amazing team of collaborators to give new life to these songs.
brand new promo video - view now
Mélisande and musical partner Alexandre “Moulin” de Grosbois-Garand purposely chose songs with a festive feel for their second album, hoping to make it groove even more than their award-winning debut. They chose the album title to suggest that great music, like fine wine, gets better with age. They selected their source material from the American Folk Life Centre at the U.S. Library of Congress as well as from the archives of the Canadian Museum of History and the University of Laval. Mélisande picked out her favorite versions of the songs while “Moulin” composed the core musical arrangements
Bob Fox, UK's greatest folk singer. Quintessential Songman in the production of War Horse.
A song about the struggle against Shell by the Shell to Sea campaigners in Ireland.