Beer Garden at the Nannup Hotel...4 pm start.
Tank 7even will be playing 6 to 6.45 on Sat 29th. This is one of Western Australia's premier Country Music events...come for the weekend, you wont be disappointed...
Riding a wave of recognition and festival gigs galore, Tank 7even, on the eve of recording their second album, “Stories of love, loss and art”, are bringing their Indie Country Folk sounds to the city. Driven by the lifelong musical passions of Gary Dobbin, Tank 7even is a 4 piece folk/ country/acoustic/rock band, an intricate mesh of ages, instruments and melodies. Comprising two adults, two kids, six instruments, (four instrument cases) and a pile of simple, passionate stories about life, you will find their unique style of storytelling, compelling. This eclectic ensemble embody a folk spirit that knows wherever I lay my hat is home. From the wheatbelt to the big smoke and lots of places in between, Gary, brother-in-law Geoff, kids Franca (16) and Bill (13), tell the stories of place and heart we all long to hear. Tank 7even will be supported by their very talented friends Polly Medlen and Ryan Webb, both award winning singer songwriters.
WAMi Boyup Brook Country Music Showcase - Part of the Western Australian Music Industry Festival. Tank 7even are playing 4.30 pm to 5 pm, doors open at 2 pm. The best of WA's contemporary country music will be on offer...
Sounds Like: Neil Young, Mumford and Sons
Bio: In a world that requires labels and genres, Tank 7even is a 4 piece folk /country/ acoustic/ rock band, with an intricate mesh of ages, instruments and melodies. It includes; 2 adults, 2 kids, up to 8 instruments, 6 instrument cases, 4 plectrums, 3 tuners, a couple of vocal chords…and a pile of s...See Full Bio
“I love hearing younger people playing real rootsy folk music. It reinforces our collective connection between past, present and future. Tank 7even goes a step further, meshing generations of talented musicians and writers in an old style band of family and friends that works on every level. The emotional reinforcement and family values shines through in the material. This level of communication may well be why music entered our DNA in the first place. ”