The Imprints

Date:Sat January 19, 2019
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $25 adults; $20 W/Arts members + concession
Venue: Wauchope Community Arts Hall, Oxley Lane (opp Bain Park)
Duration:approx 2 hrs (incl interval)
Support Act: Stix-n-Stonz
Catering beer/wine (no BYO), soft drinks, tea/coffee/cake + choc tops available for sale
Fresh from Woodford Folk Festival, The Imprints are bringing their high-energy blend of dance and world music to audiences down the East Coast of Australia.
Armed with a violin, synth and various FX pedals, Willow Stahlut creates deeb sub base lines and weaves a melodic tapestry which is complemented by Linden Lester's visceral energetic approach to the drums. Their kaleidoscopic sound and use of layering has festival crowds buzzing.
This is definitely a gig for the young folk as well as the Wauchope Arts crowd interested in world music inspired by African, Indian and Eastern European styles.
Local support: Stix-n-Stonz - a 3-piece percussion ensemble (Michael Eddie, Gianna Douglas and Geri Doyle)

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Aine Tyrrell

Date:Sat Feb 9, 2019
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $25;$20 members - available online or at door (cash only) from 7.30pm
Venue: Wauchope Community Arts Hall
Duration:approx 2.5 hrs
Support Act: Wendy & Mike Jamieson
Catering wine/beer (NO BYO), tea/coffee, choc-tops
Australian-based troubadour Aine Tyrrell draws deeply on her Irish roots.
Her latest offering 'Return to the Sea' was written and recorded in her homeland but mastered and crowdfunded with one boot in the red dirt of her adopted homeland.
A Woodford veteran, Aine's sound and musicianship are unique, with her seductive, mournful voice and deft touch with a killer hook or a heartrendering lament.
The new album is a call to arms, a siren's wisdoms and warnings, and most importantly the soundtrack of a woman who walks to her own beat. Local support: Mike & Wendy Jamieson :)

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