Date:Sat Aug 31
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $25;$20 members - book online or at the door from 7.30pm
Venue: Wauchope Community Arts Hall
Duration:approx 2.5 hrs incl interval
Support Act: Russell Dick
(on the Kawai grand piano)
Catering wine/beer/soft drinks, tea/coffee/cake + choctops
This show is going to be fabulous.
Australian guitarist-songwriter-vocalist-producer, Jeff Lang always exceeds expectations with his live shows.
Described as a "national treasure" by John Butler, Jeff has built a reputation for making startling music that is accomplished, intricate, gutsy, melodic and loaded with soul.
Jeff is touring capital cites, regional centres and playing intimate shows in far flung halls with the idea of connecting with his fans by journeying through his extraordinary catalogue of songs, and explaining plans to release music, jam sessions and more through his Patreon Archive.
Jeff always draws a big crowd, so book online or get there promptly by 7.30pm for the limited tix held at the door.
Local support: Russell Dick

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Date:Sat Sept 14, 2019
Time: 8pm; doors open 7.30pm
Tickets: $25:$20 members ONLINE
or @ door
Venue: Wauchope Community Arts Hall
(Oxley Lane, opp Bain Park)
Duration:approx 2.5hrs incl interval
Support Act: -
Catering beer/wine/softies (no BYO), cake/coffee/tea, choc tops
Equus' unique blend of instruments and musical traditions, and its curiosity and delight in bending boundaries has seen the group become a festival hit.
Expect songs and epic tales from Mongolian mythology recast into a contemporary setting that is born from a deep respect and knowledge of traditional musical sources.
Audiences lose themselves in middle eastern and Turkish flavours, together with north African grooves and a swing jazz standard or two!!
The band recently released their 2nd album "Tailwind Home" which is about meetings, of music, cultures and ideas, with seemingly disparate cultures uniting under the southern sky.
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Michael Waugh

Date:Sat Sept 28, 2019
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $25;$20 members
Venue: Wauchope Arts Hall
Duration:2 hours including interval
Support Act: Heather Humphreys and
John O'Shaughnessy
Catering beer/wine/softies (no BYO), cake/coffee/tea, choc tops
As a singer-songwriter Michael Waugh's insightful storytell cuts to the heart of everyday life. It is brave, honest and has been likened to the work of Paul Kelly and John Williamson.
Waugh's critically acclaimed albums share many of his experiences growing up in an East Gippsland dairy farming community - something the Wauchope audience might understand!
His music and stories have resonated with audiences from Port Fairy to Woodford and the Gympie Muster.
We are delighted to welcome him to the Wauchope Arts stage for the first time.
Local support: Heather Humpreys and John O'Shaughnessy

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Lucie Thorne

Date:SAT 19 October 2019
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $25;$20 members - BOOK NOW or at door from 7.30pm
Venue: Wauchope Arts Hall
Duration:approx 2 hrs
Support Act: Jhana Allan
Catering wine/beer/softies (no BYO), tea/coffee/cake, choc tops
Painting landscapes with dream-soaked synths, irresistible beats, poetry and pathos, Lucie Thorne presents her extraordinary new art/pop concept album Kitty & Frank, which traces the stories of young frontier woman Kitty Walsh and her lover, the charismatic bushranger Frank Gardiner. Delivered with Lucie's trademark storytelling warmth and charm, this album by one of Australia's finest song-poets ventures to triumphant new ground.
Lucie is touring far and wide throughout the spring to celebrate the album's release - and for this Wauchope show she'll be joined by stellar bandmates Hamish Stuart (drums) Alice Williams (bass & harmonies).
Local support: Jhana Allan

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