Shows

Shane Howard - Live - SOLD OUT

The Door Gallery Cafe , 8/100 Lower Paper Mill Rd, , Fyansford, Vic 3218

Shane Howard has forged a reputation as one of Australia’s great songwriters and a creative and passionate commentator of the times. He is held in high regard throughout Australia, and during the past 40 years, has worked tirelessly to define a distinctive Australian voice as an artist, writer, producer, engineer and mentor. Doors 6pm Food and drink available

Shane Howard Trio

Limestone Coast Pantry , 1/20 Harrald Street, , Mount Gambier

This November, Shane Howard comes to Mount Gambier with a special live performance as ‘The Shane Howard Trio’ The live show rocks and rolls, like a boat ploughing deep into Antarctic waters, set free from the troubles that beset the land, sailing wildly into the tempest of mighty squalls. Gentler songs are deeply meditative, picture the calm, glassy, seas of Summer. Irish and Scottish tunes flow in and out, like ocean currents. Shane’s musicality is enriched by the accomplished playing of John Hudson (Guitar/Dobro) and Ewen Baker (Fiddle/Mandolin).

Shane Howard Trio

The Theatre Royal, 30 Hargraves St, Castlemaine VIC 3450

This November, Shane Howard returns to Castlemaine with a special live performance as ‘The Shane Howard Trio’ The live show rocks and rolls, like a boat ploughing deep into Antarctic waters, set free from the troubles that beset the land, sailing wildly into the tempest of mighty squalls. Gentler songs are deeply meditative, picture the calm, glassy, seas of Summer. Irish and Scottish tunes flow in and out, like ocean currents. Shane’s musicality is enriched by the accomplished playing of John Hudson (Guitar/Dobro) and Ewen Baker (Fiddle/Mandolin).

Archie Roach - Tell Me Why book and album launch

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St Brigid's Hall, Crossley, 212 Port Fairy-Koroit Rd, Crossley, Victoria

Join Gunditjmara songman and storyteller, Archie Roach in conversation with his old friend and musical colleague Shane Howard about his new memoir Tell Me Why and companion album, over a cuppa and cake at Crossley.

The Port Fairy Folk festival

Southcombe Park, Port Fairy. Victoria

The 2020 Festival will exemplify the great folk/roots traditions of many cultures, regions, communities and countries – from Ireland to Port Fairy, Johannesburg to New Orleans, Prince Edward Island to Northcote, Celtic to Bluegrass, Indigenous to Latin and glorious folk fusions. 2020 will once again be a splendid mix of brilliant music, great conversations, workshops, collaborations and surprises.

For tens of thousands of years the Pyipgil Gunditj clan has gathered in ceremony on this country. For the past 43 years the Port Fairy Folk Festival has been celebrated each year in the land of the Pyipgil Gundji clans, in Peek Whurrong country.

The Port Fairy Folk Festival pays their respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledges that the land we gather on each year for the Festival is the traditional lands of the Peek Whurrong people.

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