Hallelujah, we are on again!

 

Saturday, 5th December 7:30 pm
 

at the Narrabeen RSL
116 Nareen Pde, North Narrabeen

This is a one-off Shack event at this venue. Hopefully it is a sign of good things to come next year.

There are a few hoops we have to jump through:

  • There is a minimum audience number to be able to proceed
  • and a maximum number to allow for appropriate Covid mindfulness
  • Bookings must be done on-line or by phoning (and then bank transfer) to Rhonda. 
  • No BYO (not food, not drinks) but there is a bar and restaurant at the venue. Please arrive a bit early to get sorted and seated.

 

So book asap to avoid disappointment! (yours, if you don't get in; all of us including the performers if we don't get to critical mass). 

Apologies but we are not able to offer member discounts for this event.

All tickets are $25. 

Click here to book.

We are pulling back the dark cloud of covid and shining a light on music and fun! Not only a fantastic line-up but an EP launch to boot, for the Fallen Robins who are going from strength to strength.

 

Note the venue - Narrabeen RSL, not the Tramshed.

 

 

Daddy Longlegs and the Swamp Donkeys

They say it so well: From the murky depths of the Balgowlalooga swamp, rises the smokey mud stained rhythms of the Swamp Donkeys. Riding astride the donkeys like a golf ball balanced on eight toothpicks is the auburn vagabond known as Mr Daddy Long Legs. He can be heard growling his "Gut Butter Blues" throughout the urban forest. When these creatures of musical madness step together, the sound of their march is like an infusion of blues/rock/rambles. Their journey has taken them to various festivals and venues throughout the distant corners of Australia. They are: Aaron 'Daddy Long Legs' Houston - Guitar/vocals, Jay McCray - Harp, Stevie de Wilde - Drums, Felix Funk Master Flex Akurangi - Bass and they are a musical experience that has to be seen to be believed.

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Lou Bradley

Lou Bradley is a first-rate song-writer with a unique turn of phrase and a playful ironic touch.  Coining the phrase hillbilly pop to describe her own blend of alt country, bluegrass, folk and mountain music, Lou has long been captivating audiences far and wide. Lou was originally from the northern beaches and now hails from northern NSW.  She has played music forever, leaving home at 15 to play in pubs all over Sydney.  She has recorded several albums and her debut album 'Love Someone' was nominated as a finalist for an ARIA; her songwriting has been described as having "spiky intelligence" and her voice has been described as one of the most distinctive in Australian roots music with "a high lonesome aspect that tears at the heartstrings".  If you are on spotify you can check out Lou here.

 

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The Fallen Robins

Number 2 on triple j unearthed. Not bad!  This Sydney sister trio are known for their soaring sibling harmonies and poignant feminine storytelling drawing comparisons to the likes of First Aid Kit and fellow Australian group The McClymonts. Comprised of singer/songwriter Charlotte, hype-woman and tambourine extraordinaire Jess, and multi-instrumentalist Sarah, the girls’ natural chemistry and big hearts shine in their folk/Americana soundscape. They have an impressive slew of accomplishments under their belt, including Illawarra Folk Festival Youth Artists 2020 and selling out their first headline show in September 2019. Their new EP is 'Stupid Little Girls'.

 

FOR THOSE WHO LOVE TO LISTEN.

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Narrabeen RSL
116 Nareen Pde
North Narrabeen
 

No BYO

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If you would like more info, call Rhonda on 0413 635 856 or email jenfromtheshack@yahoo.com.au