Gigs & events

Jem and Jen B&WDecked out for Sunday Music

The front Deck of Maleny Community Centre and Gary Myers Gallery
at 4.30pm Sunday Dec 14th
with Irish session and woodfired Pizza at Finbar’s afterwards
Jenny Fitz & Jeremy Dunlop
with Jevan Cole
Jenny Fitzgibbon and Jeremy Dunlop enjoyed performing for several years with Musica Viva in Schools around Qld, NSW and the NT, as well as at many festivals around Australia. Jenny’s great vocals, humour and energy, and Jeremy’s harmony-rich guitar work will make a perfect roundoff to a Sunday afternoon.
They are joined by Maleny local Jevan Cole who has been touring recently in Canada and Oz. He has several solo cds and one with Jenny. His amazing fingerstyle guitar is complex and moving. Proceeds from drinks and nibbles going to Women Out Front’s Compassion4refugees appeal. $10/$7 and 18 and under are free.


I am in Sydney next – supporting the legend Danny Spooner at the Loaded Dog in Annandale. Any Sydney-sider will already know it.

But here’s their link

and here’s Danny’s

The club is housed in the upstairs hall of the Annandale Neighbourhood Centre – the former Annandale Town Hall – a splendid example of a late Victorian sandstone public building with superb acoustics due to the 20-foot ceiling and wooden floor.

upstairs, Annandale Neighbourhood Centre
79 Johnston St,

8pm, 4th Saturdays Feb-Nov
Cost usually $20/18 BYO, supper available

The Bug in Brisbane this Tuesday Oct 7th 2014

Please come and join in the fun – they do great meals and it’s always a lovely bunch of people.

 Friday 15th November 2013    8pm

For this month a Folk Club Special…

A top class double bill

Penny Davies & Roger ilott

 For over 30 years PENNY DAVIES & ROGER ILOTT have being writing and singing songs that are truly Australian. Millions of Australians hear and love their songs every week on Ian McNamara’s “Australia All Over” ABC Radio show. Their songs Hey Rain! Where the Cane Fires Burn, Beside a Railway Line, Ridin’ on the Fruit Train, The Monkeys Sing Soprano, and When The Cooper’s Coming Down ,have become part of the national psyche. (Lonnie Martin Folk Rag)

 “I could listen to them sing the telephone book” , commented noted folklorist, the late Alan Scott, Long-time ABC radio presenter David Mulhallen described them as “Two of Australias great folk artists”


 Jenny Fitzgibbon

Jenny Fitzgibbon has been singing a cappella for many years. She’s funny and theatrical with a resonant, magical voice.

A parody writer of renown, Jenny’s Celtic Cabaret style is captivating.

Contribution $15 – BYO drinks &  nibbles- tea & coffee provided

Candle lit venue, tables can be booked

Doors open at 7.30pm

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Folk Club

Beatrice Taylor Hall, rear Willow Park Community Centre

Edgeworth David Ave, Hornsby 2077

For further information contact Barry Parks 02 98079497 or  preferred

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