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Spend a lovely Sunday afternoon on 7th July being entertained by award-winning Australian singer-songwriters, Lloyd Clarke and Destiny Band Oz (Thomas and Tessa Libreri) in the lovely Bayview Country Art Club Homestead. $25 entry with a sumptuous afternoon tea provided. (Gluten/dairy free options). 2pm for a 2.30pm start.
In 2007, PETE DENAHY released a song called “Sort Of Dunno Nothin” which went viral on YouTube and radio stations around Australia. The song gained so much attention, it became better known than Pete Denahy himself, who until then was famous mostly in the wine cask areas of small town supermarket bottle shops. His fame has spread moderately since and he now enjoys being recognized in some of the larger shopping centres.
His comedy material includes such songs as The Petrol Head Fly, The Shopping Trolley, Bat In The Cave, The Target Song, Toilet Paper, Poker Machine and You Actually Burn More Calories Eating Celery Than You Get From The Celery Itself.
Pete's love of bluegrass music has taken him to Japan and the United States, making friends and picking tunes and songs with some of the best.
His main instruments are guitar and fiddle, although he also plays mandolin and some banjo.
He has several bluegrass releases including Wishbone Road and Singin' Shoes.
He takes groups of Australians to Japan and the USA to explore bluegrass and country music abroad and loves touring Australia with his own show of comedy (family friendly) and Bluegrass music.
Make sure you catch this show here in Bittern. This is a show you don’t want to miss!
Afternoon tea (including gluten & dairy free) will be provided and enjoyment is guaranteed.
KHRISTIAN MIZZI was greatly enjoyed by the Picnic Festival audience and it is wonderful to welcome him back for a concert of his own. Khristian is 2017's ‘Troubadour artist of the Year’. He writes intimate, heartfelt Folk songs comparable to music of the early 70's songwriters. With award winning songs and a voice 'like a warm hug', Khristian pulls audiences into his sphere with his vivid imagery and poetic songs.
Mizzi’s meandering melodies and urban hymns of longing, social change & ballads from the far reaches of country Australia along with a dexterous picking style, make Khristian Mizzi a complete and unique artist who is renowned for his intimate and compelling performances.
His 2017 self titled EP has had a hugely positive public response for its authenticity, maintaining the spirit of the songs as they are experienced during his live appearances.
Supper will be provided, including gluten/dairy free.
8 Ball Aitken is excited to be back in his homeland and touring Australia-wide from mid November 2018 to mid March 2019. The High Water Australian tour covers all six states of the Land Down Under and is named after his current single HIGH WATER that topped the AMRAP Radio Charts last month. Catch him at Bayview Country Art Club for the final gig of the tour.
Afternoon tea included.