Looking ahead

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

May 2024

Jasmine Beth + Ralph Graham

Jasmine Beth plays original songs about people of all kinds–from problem gamblers to problem politicians. Her main influences are folk and country singer-songwriters of the 1960s and 1970s. Her single ‘The Gambling Man’ (2021) was a Finalist in the Great American Song Contest 2021, shortlisted in the Australian Song Contest 2021, and Commended in the UK Songwriting Contest 2021. Her latest single, ‘Dark Eyed Man from Derry‘ was released on 1st July 2022, and was a Finalist in the Basin Music Festival Songwriting Contest 2023. 

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Ralph Graham is a travelled troubadour on big and little stages in Australia and beyond.

Recorded and toured with John Williamson on bass, toured with Mike McClellan, played in bands with Peter Northcote and Tommy Emmanuel, formed and led Celtic Rock band Eureka for 11 years. 

Playing festivals like, Kangaroo Valley, Illawarra and the National, Ralph’s songs chronicle your feelings and experiences and will stir your emotions. 
With guitar, harmonica and an emotive voice, take a musical ride you won’t forget with Ralph Graham.

June 2024

Nerida Cuddy

Nerida Cuddy left her hometown of Sydney as soon as she could, for the open skies and space of western NSW, a stint in country Victoria, finally stopping in Canowindra, central west NSW. Nerida’s diverse life experiences, along with her own spiritual journeying through loss & healing, love and family, have proved to be a rich palette from which to draw inspiration.

Described as a ‘Central West Mary Black’, Nerida has been capturing stories for over 20 years in finely crafted lyrics and emotive melodies. A true folky, she sings from the heart with a social conscience, sense of humour and love of country. She comes to us fresh from her recent “Strength of Stories” tour in outback NSW. Be ready to sing along!

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The Peppercorns

The Peppercorns were born and bred in the open expanses of Western Australia, delighting audiences across the state for years with their homespun songs, beautifully delivered harmonies and acoustic textures on guitar, fiddle and mandolin.

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