Tasmanian folksong writer Teri Young will be joined onstage by the consummate mandolin-and-double-bass-wielder, Hamish Stevenson. Teri’s songs look out into the world with humour and tenderness, and bring all manner of beautiful thoughts and concerns into a gentle and clear light. The songs are also full of groove and grace, and if you’re any sort of a folky, you’ll surely be compelled to sing along. Teri was winner of the Alistair Hulett Award for Social Justice Songwriting at last year’s National Folk Festival.
Opening the afternoon will be Spindles, a Sydney-living musician who writes songs about the two things she thinks are most important: love and revolution.
Teri Young and Hamish Stevenson + Spindles
Shopfront Theatre – 88 Carlton Parade, Carlton
3.00 pm Sunday, April 28
(Please note later 3.00pm start.)
Book online or pay at the door
$25.00 (Various concessions available)