Calendar 2018

2018 EVENTS 

Folk Redlands Events are held on the third Sunday of the month.
1-4pm at Redlands Indigiscapes Centre, 17 Runnymede Rd Capalaba.
Typically, even will commence with blackboard performers followed by two booked feature acts. Walk-in Blackboard performers are welcome on a “first-in” basis. 20 minutes slots including change-over. PA provided
Free Entry


February 18 : Helen Ashworth & Mr. G

Helen Ashworth – Helen wowed our audience at The Folk Redlands Christmas Bash in December so we are delighted she is returning to perform for us again. Since discovering a love of the guitar at age 12, Helen has performed throughout QLD and also took part in a short tour of the USA. After completing a Bachelor of Music (Jazz Guitar Specialisation), Helen has spent the last couple of years travelling on and writing the basic framework of her first recordings. Since arriving back in Australia in March 2017, Helen has been playing shows and working on her debut recording, set to be released early in 2018.

 

 

Mr. G
Mr G, aka Geoff Carwardine will be a familiar face to Folk Redlands’ regulars.  After several years away in Vietnam, Mr. G is back and performing ‘music of the heart’.

 

 

 

 


March 18 – Celtic Jam
We’ll be celebrating St. Paddy’s day in true Celtic fashion with a good ol’ fashioned jam session. Bring your best Irish songs. Stay Tuned for more information. 

 

 


 

April 15 – Andrea Kirwin & TBA

Andrea Kirwin
With a warm stage presence, retro soulful sound and a knack for storytelling, Andrea has been steadily building a national following since the release of her first album, ‘From the Ground Up’ in 2013. She writes and arranges her songs by weaving melodies and lyrics together with purpose and passion much like the way her Fijian grandmother used to weave pandanus mats in the village on the island of Matuku, Lau. Andrea’s sound can be described as an earthy blend of folk, roots, reggae, blues, funk and soul. 


May 20 – John Fegan Band & TBA

John Fegan Band
After 20 years fronting one of Australia’s most iconic folk rock bands, Rough Red, award winning songwriter, John Fegan has a wealth of stories and songs about people and places from the far flung corners of Europe and Great Britain. If you love a good yarn, sit back and prepare to embark on a remarkable
journey of laughter and music. 

 


June 17 – Workshop TBA

June 2 – IndigiDayOut & Folk Redlands Music Festival
John Fegan Band + Others TBA

July 15 – Blackboard & Two Feature Acts TBA

 


August 19 – Steve Tyson & The Train Rex & TBA

Steve Tyson & The Train Rex
Steve Tyson is well known to Brisbane audiences as one of the main songwriters and guitarist in long-standing folk-rock favourite Rough Red. Now based in Byron Bay, Steve has also released three critically acclaimed solo records in recent years, his latest offering, WRONG TRAIN RIGHT STATION tells tales of home, family, travel & politics. Steve has been touring the record throughout Australia with a new band, The Train Rex. The band includes Steve’s longtime bass partner from Rough Red, John Barr, plus Sydney drummer Andy Kirkcaldie, and Brisbane-based guitarist Ian Shawsmith.


September 16 – Workshop TBA

October 21 – Blackboard & Two Feature Acts TBA

November 18 – Blackboard & Two Feature Acts TBA

December 2 – Christmas Bash

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