Looking ahead

Make your plans! In the coming months we have booked…

August 24

Isabel Palethorpe

Isabel Palethorpe is a local singer, songwriter and scientist based in Sydney. She has spent a large part of her life singing – in choirs and musicals, but also while doing the washing up with her sisters, with cousins on camping trips, while walking on the beach and while rocking babies to sleep. This has given her a great love of vocal harmonies, which resonate through her music.

The new album Oxytocin & Adrenaline is crafted with a loving touch. Backed by Isabel’s distinctive piano riffs and a vibrant blend of guitar, bass and drums, the vocals are warm and evocative as they convey the all-important story of each song. Many of the arrangements feature strings, brass or woodwinds, creating a rich sound and sometimes bringing a flavour of blues or folk. 

Web site

Sept 2024

Ami Williamson

Ami Williamson 2016

“Forceful, funny, powerful and poetic, Ami Williamson is a Folk Singer/ Songwriter like none other! I cried, I laughed, then both at the same time; one woman show at it’s best” – (The Sydney Morning Herald).

Ami brings audiences to their feet with her unique combination of music and theatre. Ami has performed for the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and toured nationally with folk icon, Eric Bogle. As a much loved and well respected artist on the Australian music scene, Ami has enjoyed regular headline engagements at all the major festivals including Port Fairy Folk Festival, Woodford Folk Festival and the National Folk Festival to name a few, as well as several national tours and cruises. ”A festival loves to book an artist such as Ami Williamson. She’s a class act with poise, passion and ‘personality plus’, she has the power to own her show – the stage and the audience’s adoration. She quite simply creates a buzzfest. Pssst…..check out the wall of arty letters after her name. Phew!” – (Jamie McKew – former Port Fairy Folk Festival director).

Explore more at Ami’s website.

October 2024

Adder’s Fork

Adder’s Fork are a folk trio from Sydney, Australia. Since 2015 they have been performing their original songs and covers at a wide variety of festivals, street fairs, concerts and libraries. Their music derives from the Celtic folk tradition with infusions of rock, indie/alternative and classical. Writing meaningful lyrics that tell a good story is important to them … as is singing in tight, blended harmonies.