Canberra turns on the charm at it's big birthday bash, and they asked us to help them celebrate! See you there!
Great weekend festival with truckloads of wonderful artists.
Salvation Jane - wonderful harmonies, internationally acclaimed, new CD www.salvationjanereunited.com Train to Budapest - acoustic jazz, accomplished musicians, originals too! Mike Martin - champion of traditional Australian music, but now with his own album of originals - "The Strelley Project".
Join us to celebrate the coming of age of our gallery with a day of music, art and culture on our lawns overlooking the Bemboka River, framed by the mountains of Bemboka National Park. A day of art, music and food - what more could you ask for?!
Bio: All-girl group Salvation Jane burst onto the Australian folk music scene in the early 1990’s, primarily focussing on a cappella bluegrass gospel. Their stunning harmonies and powerful vocals wowed audiences across the country, from Port Fairy and the National Folk Festivals, Maleny Festival, and ...See Full Bio
"Reunited after 16 years ……these five women reminded the audience from the very first note that those magnificent voices of 16 yrs ago were not only all there but carried in the towering harmonies, the weight of years and life experiences that added a stamp of authority to a dream that was still intact and the goals firmly in sight. Then they sang; some with eyes closed, others with heads thrown back, at times with glittering intensity and others with gay abandon, but all of one voice. The audience was treated to a display of a cappella mastery …..(and)… eclectic song list. Not content to sing off the back of five previous successful albums Salvation Jane took its audience on a ride with some stunning new material. The audience was left in silence at the bitter sweet end of Eric Bogle’s “Shelter” with the last superb notes hanging in the air. SJR, five women in full cry……"