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Illawarra Folk Club Inc.  NEWSLETTER - May 2011

BIG CELTIC CONCERT

The Borderers (SA), The Do Riders 7.30pm Friday 6 May CITY DIGGERS WOLLONGONG Members $15, Non-Members $20 The Celts hit Wollongong on Friday 6th May when iconic, multi award winning Celtic Band, the Borderers take the stage at the City Diggers as guests of the Illawarra Folk Club. They’ll be joined on stage by quirky Bluegrass Novacastrian Band, The ‘Do Riders’. It’s a 7.30 pm start with of course, the mystery muso kicking off the show. Those strange and lost souls who come to folk club concerts to have a sleep have no chance on Saturday Night. You won’t need black coffee to keep you awake with these two great bands hitting their straps. Multi-Award winning Scottish / Irish / Australian band The BordererS formed in 1994 and have released 8 albums, 4 EP's, 2 kids albums and been included on 31 compilation albums all around the world. The Borderers became a band by accident when Jim was backpacking in Australia in 1993 as part of a round the world trip. He says: “I was just visiting South Australia to meet a friend when I got invited to a recording studio to hear this band. I loved their sound so much that I

eventually coproduced the album, married the lead singer” and bought a house in Adelaide

In this Issue FOLK CLUB CONCERTS FOLK NOTES & NOTICES EVENT CALENDARS PERFORMERS LISTING

Lead singer, Alex, was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and came to Australia in 1987 and lists Annie Lennox and Joni Mitchell as major influences. Jim was born in Glasgow, Scotland and arrived in Australia on Christmas Eve 1993 and is influenced musically by AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Status Quo and Talking Heads. The Borderers run their own indie record label – Celtic Records – which to date has combined sales of 68,000 units. This indie approach paid off recently when the band won the Independent Music Award in the US for “Sinner and The Saint” in the Gospel Music category. The song now goes out to 11 million people via Borders Bookstores and eMusic.com The Borderers are well known performers at many of the world’s top music festivals having played Byron Bay Blues & Roots, Port Fairy Folk, Edinburgh and Womad Festivals in Australia and the UK – as well as touring Canada and the USA. They’ve also supported artists including Tom Jones, The Proclaimers,

ILLAWARRA FOLK CLUB The Illawarra Folk Club is a non-profit incorporated association with the objective to present and encourage folk music and folk lore as it exists in Australia today, in all its most genuine, and valuable musical, social, historical, cultural and pleasurable forms. PO Box 5289, Wollongong New South Wales, 2500 info@illawarrafolkclub.org.au www.illawarrafolkclub.org.au Secretary - Graeme Morrison, tel/fax 1300 887 034 Performer enquiries Russell Hannah, 02 4297 1777 info@illawarrafolkclub.org.au Newsletter Contributions David De Santi 0409 57 1788 info@illawarrafolkclub.org.au 27th Illawarra Folk Festival at Bulli Showground 12 to 15 January 2012 www.illawarrfolkfestival. com.au Artist applications close 30 June 2011

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Illawarra Folk Club This newsletter is the official publication of the Illawarra Folk Club Inc. Folk Club Concerts Concerts are generally held twice a month at various locations in the Illawarra area. Folk Club Membership till June each year is $15 single and $20 family. Members receive a monthly newsletter and discount at Folk Club concerts. Newsletter Contributions David De Santi PO Box 17, Albion Park NSW 2527 mob: 0409 57 1788 info@illawarrafolkclub.org.au

The Chieftains and Shane McGowan from The Pogues. What sets the BordererS apart from other bands is their ability to get the whole audience involved.

Event enquiries 1300 887 034

........."You must be dead if you're not seen dancing at a BordererS gig".........Jamie McKew - Port Fairy Festival Director ( The biggest Folk / Roots festival in Australia

Folk Club Email List If you would like to keep up to date on folk happenings why not join the Folk Club Email List. Please provide addresses to info@ illawarrafolkclub.org.au

Voted Best World Music Act At the Musicoz Awards!

The Do Riders play blurgrass, a

contemporary bastardisation of bluegrass, oldtimey, alt-country and folk. This Novocastrian and Bulahdelahian foursome all sing, play double bass and mandolin (both home-made), ukulele, guitar and banjo, and a trumpet. They are focussed on stuff that is (at times) oddly selected, perhaps a little lyrically odd and is able to be danced to drumless. As one punter recently opined – 'The Do Riders are utterly joyous, even when exhibiting occasional

domestic disharmony'. They clearly enjoy themselves."

Folk Concert The Sublime and The Ridiculous

Fred Smith, Martin Pearson with Liz Frencham Saturday 21 May, 7.30pm CITY DIGGERS WOLLONGONG Members $10 Non-Members $15 Two of Australia’s funniest/serious entertainers will appear on the one bill at the Illawarra Folk Club’s Concert at the City Diggers on Saturday May 21st. They are Fred Smith and Martin Pearson both of whom were star turns at the prestigious National Folk Festival held at Canberra over Easter. But as the ad men say- “there’s more”. Supporting each of the artists will be the Illawarra’s own (even though she now lives in Melbourne) multi instrumentalist, artist and singer, Liz Frencham.

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Now let’s deal with Fred

Smith first.

“It is about time Australia caught up with Fred Smith. This remarkable singer-songwriter – who at various times reveals influences that range from Paul Kelly via Lou Reed to Loudon Wainwright III to Leonard Cohen – keeps releasing amazingly accomplished albums. In tune with the times and prepared to reach


beyond predictable folk formats, he is endlessly innovative and creative. He is also very funny.” (Bruce Elder, Sydney Morning Herald). Fred has recently returned from 18 months in southern Afghanistan with collection of songs for his forthcoming album Dust of Uruzgan.

Illawarra Pub Acoustic Music Venues

Those who heard his songs about the war in Afghanistan rated them the best since Eric Bogle’s ‘And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda”.

Mount Kembla, generally 2pm-5pm, Sundays ph 4271 1119

Jamberoo Pub, generally 2pm-5pm, Sundays ph 4236 0270

Then there’s Martin Pearson - The world’s funniest male, long-haired, Victorian, piscean folk singer. Formerly of the act “Martin Pearson”, Martin rose to fame like a dead pigeon

Sydney Folk Events

Coming Illawarra

Folk Club Concerts

Friday 6 May, 7.30pm - Folk Club Concert - The Borderers (SA), The Do Riders CITY DIGGERS WOLLONGONG

2nd Thu Sutherland Folk Club Concerts, Sutherland Trade Union Club, Gymea. Come early and enjoy a cheap meal at the bistro. Contact: Jenny 02 9576 2301. 4th Tues - Sutherland Folk Club Session, same details as above. 4th Sat - Loaded Dog Folk Club, Annandale Neighbourhood Centre, Sandra Nixon, 02 9358 4886, kxbears@ozemail.com.au

Saturday 21 May, 7.30pm - Folk Club Concert Fred Smith, Martin Pearson, Liz Frencham CITY DIGGERS WOLLONGONG

in a water tank. Martin plays the fool in B sharp. Martin is a very funny satirical performer. He has been amusing, even thrilling audiences around the globe for ages now, and if you haven't seen him live - you're missing out. Martin tickles the funny bone. The act is full of scintillating satire and all round gut busting hoots. In common with great comedians like Connolly, Jerry Seinfield and Bill Cosby, he has an ability to take current events and observations of everyday life, and turn them into side splitting comedy routines. A performer of renown and a singer of some notes. Martin longs for serious recognition in much the same way as a flatworm longs for Reeboks. He can on occasion, and in the true folk tradition, sing songs so maudlin that audience members may attempt to end it all by throwing themselves into a pint of Coopers. The mystery Artist will kick the show off and the full facilities of the Diggers Club are available to guests.

Friday 3 June, 7.30pm - International Folk Club Concert - Eleanor McEvoy (Ire), Replay CITY DIGGERS WOLLONGONG 10-13 June - Perisher Snowy Mountains of Music Tour Saturday 18 June, 7.30pm - Folk Club Concert April Maze, Alan Musgrove, Sophie and Fiachra CITY DIGGERS WOLLONGONG Sunday 16 October - Folk in the Foothills, Jamberoo Valley Lodge, 15 acts, 5 venues. rainforest setting

Illawarra Folk Club Package to 2011 Perisher Snowy Mountains of Music The 3rd Perisher Snowy Mountains of Music will be held from 10-13 June 2011. 2011 Festival Artists: Christine Anu, Ash Grunwald, Afro Mandinko, The Sunny Cowgirls, Eric Bogle, Azadoota, Big Erle, Brett Campbell, Dallas Frasca, Doc Jones and the Lechery Orchestra, Franklyn B Paverty Bush Band, Ganga Giri, Geoffrey Graham, Gleny Rae Virus and her Tamworth Playboys,

Wongawilli Colonial Dance Club Events at Wongawilli Hall 8pm 26 May Traditional Music Session 8pm 1 June Italian National Day Folka Danza 8pm 8 June Bush Dance, music by No Such Thing 8pm 15 June Bush Dance 8pm 22 June St Jean Baptiste Day French Canadian Folk Dance 8pm 28 June Traditional Music Session All events start at 8pm. Adults $3, children free. Acoustic musciians and dancers welcome.

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Dancing Folk Every Wed. Wongawilli Bush Dance, ph. Gwen 02 4296 1855 from 8pm, all dances called, musicians welcome. Adults $2.50 includes light supper! Every 2nd Sat. Marshall Mount Old Time Dance Fridays, 8pm Bush Dancing, Illaroo Road School, Nowra, ph Margaret 02 4421 0557

GREAT PRESENTS

Greg Champion, Heath Cullen and The 45, Jarmbi's Corrobboree, Jiggery, Jim Haynes, Jindabyne Ukulele Kollective, Lilli Pang, Mark the Sax, Marshall and The Fro, Messups Puppets, Mike Strelley Martin, Orange Blossom, Perla Aura, Richard Perso, Russell Hannah, Skipping Girl Vinegar, The April Maze, The Bearded Gypsy Band, The Borderers, The Con Artists, The Go Set, The Stiff Gins, The Sunny Cowgirls, The Woohoo Revue, Wheeze & Suck Band, Wongawilli, Zondrae King. Illawarra Folk Club will once arrange a Package tour which includes Coach travel, Festival Season Pass and 3 nights bed and breakfast at the Sundeck Hotel or Smiggins Hotel. The cost will be $400/$450 per person dependent on the bedding arrangements requested. Hurry, be quick as there are only about 15 to 20 seats on the coach!

22nd Festival CD (2007) - Bulli Bakontrak, 24 Artists, $25 plus postage

More detail check the Illawarra Folk Club website, see the end of this newsletter or call David 0409 57 1788.

21st Festival CD (2006) - Bulli - The Tradition Continues, 23 Artists, $25 plus postage

Other Folk Events

FOLK CLUB COOK BOOK, Vol. 1 and 2 - A wonderful collection of recipes from all sorts of places and people! A must for any half cultured cook. Copies available for $10 each including postage. 20th Festival JAMBEROO CELEBRATION, 20 years On, Double CD - 41 Artists, $30 plus postage JAMBEROO - A DISCOVERY, 19th Festival - 22 Artists, $25 plus postage JAMBEROO - A CHANGE OF SEASON - 17th ILLAWARRA FOLK FESTIVAL COMPILATION CD - 19 performers from the Festival - $25 plus postage.

ORDER OVER THE PHONE: 1300 887 034 with Credit Card

CDs are also available through Trad&Now, with secure online credit card facilities. Go to: www.tradandnow.com/ shopping

If you are a member of the Illawarra Folk Club you can get a mention in this section. SATURDAY 7 MAY, 3pm - Sunset (Club Member Cary Boucher) is playing at the Ryan's Hotel Thirroul More details and song samples here: http://www.reverbnation.com/3oclocksunset FRIDAY 13 MAY 7.45pm - City of Wollongong Brass Band at IPAC - Concert, ‘ Songs to Remember’. Tickets $28, $23 Concession. www. ipac.org.au

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WEDNESDAY 1 JUNE, 8pm - Italian Folka Danza, Wongawilli Community Hall, live music, all dances called. $3 Adults And here’s where you can catch Damion Sterling and Elemental Groove in full beat drumming. Friday May 6th - Fair Trade Market Wollongong Church of Christ. Saturday May 7th - Culburra Beach Festival www. culburrabeachfestival.com.au Saturday May 14th - DrumFest, St Georges Basin Community Centre with Tuza Afetutu and Lucky from Ghana, drum and dance workshops, Southerly Change. http://www.facebook.com/ home.php#!/event.php?eid=114362171978435 Sunday May 15th - Illawarra Harvest Festival, Elemental Groove playing some beats. Friday May 27th - French Butler Called Smith and the Beatmeisters @ the Patch. http://www. afrenchbutlercalledsmith.com/ Saturday May 28th - SOL Cultural arts Launch, Keyim Ba, Miriam Lieberman and Declan Kelly. Drum and dance workshops with Douniya, bookings essential. http://www.douniya.com/ Sunday May 29th - Screening "FRESH" at SOL. http://www.freshthemovie.com/ SUNDAYS, 3pm-6pm - Imperial Hotel Corner Bong Bong & Bundaroo Sts Bowral NSW 2576 Ph: 02 4861 1623. Come and warm yourself in front of the fire and listen to the world music, Jazz from the eclectic Rick Falkiner Trio.

THURSDAY MAY 19, 8pm - Bowral Folk Club at Fenton’s

FIRST FRIDAY - (except January and April) BUSH TRADITIONS SESSIONS at the Old Goulburn Brewery, Bradley Grange, Bungonia Rd, Goulburn. Contact David Johnson, 4884 4214 or dave@davidjohnson.id.au

FRIDAY 20 MAY - River Music in Nowra Fred Smith, Moira Lawry, Forever Archie. More info contact mail@kangaroovalleyfolkfestival.com.au

TUESDAYS - Mittagong Hotel, Acoustic music at the restaurant of Mittagong Hotel. Contact brian@ haydons.com for further info.

SATURDAY 21 MAY - Nick Rheinberger - first half is “The Fat Blues” a set of old blues and jazz songs; second half are Nick’s originals, mostly funny songs.

WEDNESDAYS - Bush Dance at Wongawilli Community Hall from 8pm - open for dancers and musicians to play.

SATURDAY 21 MAY, 7pm - Rachel Bate Farewell Concert, Fund-raising Concert at Anita’s Theatre 264-270 Lawrence Hargrave Drive Thirroul. ‘Black Tie’ event featuring guest artist David Miller AM, also featuring special Operatic Guest artists. Rachel has won a scholarship to study in Germany. I have heard her sing ‘Joe Hill’ and what a magnificent job she did of it.

FRIDAYS - Bubbly on the Balcony 12 noon at the Corrimal RSL

SATURDAY 14 MAY, 3pm – Serendipity at Bowral Uniting Church

WEDNESDAY 25 MAY, 8pm - Folk Music Session - tunes and songs with John Broomhall, Wongawilli Community Hall. Dancers welcome . 4

28,29 May – Southern Highlands Concert Band at the Playhouse – brassy stuff without a fretboard in sight.

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4th FRIDAYS - Sutherland Acoustic at Gymea Tradies Bluegrass Jam at the Tradies Contact Ian on 0438 830374.

3rd SATURDAYS - Bluegrass Jam Session, Thirroul Neighbourhood Centre next to the post office. 7.30pm to 11pm. Contact Bruce Fumini brustrings@yahoo.com.au 0421 044 124 SUNDAYS, 7.30pm - Jamberoo Pub Open Mic is now run monthly on Sundays. Contact Claire


Roberts on 0414 860 080 for dates or visit www.kissevents.com.au

Illawarra Folk Club Online Store CDs, Books The Club operates an online store for Club members to sell products. A number of new products have been added: FOLK REPUBLIC of BULLI - 2011 Illawarra Folk Festival compilation with 20 artists Eric Bogle, Ami Williamson , Riogh, Ted Egan, Orange Blossom, Neil Murray, Rough Red, The Handsome Young Strangers, Roger Montgomery, Tracey Bunn, Replay, Junior, No Such Thing, Martin Pearson, Wongawilli, A.J. Leonard, The Pigs, George Mann, The Good Ship, Zumpa

At the moment there is a review of the site and venues, the festival budget and the festival organisation. Neil Rowsell will be again be the festival Project Manager. Russell Hannah will be festival chairperson. Artist Online Applications Will be open in early May and close 30 June 2011. Go to the website: www. illawarrafolkfestival.com.au Want to get involved in the Festival? Contact Neil Rowsell - neil@ illawarrafolkfestival.com.au, tel: 0437 305 723

e FOLK NOTES e

A big few days at the National for club member Zondrae King who won the 'Champion Reciter of the National Folk Festival' for her poem ‘Strike Me Pink’ (it had previously won the Bronzed Swagman award for best humorous verse). Zondrae, as is the custom had to recite her poem before a couple of thousand people at the great debate on the Sunday. Anyway congratulations to Zondrae and here it is:Strike Me Pink

TUNES of JOHN McKINNON -A collection of Australian dance tunes, by Alan Musgrove and David De Santi, $20. SILVER FOLK - 2010 Illawarra Folk Festival compilation CD, $25 ALAN MUSGROVE - Behind the Times, The Bagman's Gazette, Songs They Used to Sing, Australian Old Time Fiddle, $25 each JOHN BROOMHALL - Free as the Breeze, Broken Hill Miner, Driftin Down the Darling, In The Days When the Anzacs Were New , My Spirit Country $25 I VIAGGIATORI - Suitcase Serenata, music from the film Dall' Italia All' Australia, $25 If you are a member of the Illawarra Folk Club and interested in selling online then contact info@illawarrafolkclub.org.au

Illawarra Folk Festival Update Planning is underway for the 2012 festival to be held 12-15 January.

(in the style of CJ Dennis) © Zondrae King (Corrimal) 09/07 ‘They dragged me t tha city. Told me “otherwise you’ll die a slow and painful death” they sez. “Well save me then.” sez I. See it’s me art wot’s playin up n givin me the stick. They put me in the ospital, to fix it up real quick. It’s globs o fat wot’s bunchin up and cloggin all me veins. They fix it with a wire, just like cleanin out ya drains. The Doc comes in. Well strike me pink, e looks just 12 year old, an nursie says “Now you lie back and do wot you are told”. This Doctor kid’s Chinese I think or maybe e’s Malay. I wish e wouldn’t grin at me and rub is ands that way like e’s preparing dinner, or to carve the Sundee roast. If I cud see a mirror I’d be whiter n a ghost. At least e talks Austra’n good. I ear each word e sed.

“Don’t worry now.” e says to me and pats me on the ed. The operatin room is next, the wardsman wheels me in. There’s lights and screens and dials n Doc is gowned up to is chin. They ooks me up to their machine and things start going ‘ping’. It’s scary, like a UFO, and me ooked to the thing. They ad me in this dressin gown wot opened down the rear and paper knickers, what a laugh, around me weddin gear. Next thing I know e’s pokin’ in a tube right thru me vein then squirtin in some magic dye n pulls it out again. E points a finger at a screen n slowly rubs is chin. Examines all the wiggley lines n sez, “We can begin.” “Ah There’s the spot!” e tells the nurse o wears a gown and mask. But wot e tries to show er I don’t ave tha nerve to ask. “Aah, some sedation here I think” e says to er. Well gee, if e needs some sedation, I ask, wot about poor me? “A stent ill do the trick” e sez. Well what’s a flamin’ stent? It helps tha blood flow to yer art. It’s like a wire tent. A wire tent stuck in me veins. “Well strike me roan,” sez me. “Oh don’t you worry now.” E sez n pats me on tha knee. They place the stent n press it out and I don’t feel the best. It’s like a flamin elephant is standin on me chest. They use a scale from one t ten t elp describe tha pain. Well blow their numbers. I doh wanna feel that crook again. They tell me this ere doctor kid wots lookin after me is ed Prafessa of the eart at Uni-vers-atee. This stent e put inside me is like some macramé thing except that it is made of special wire ‘stead a string. E knows is job and es the best so I need ave no fears cause after e is done I’ll last another 20 years. I’m feelin much more like meself n back in me own digs. I’m glad I didn’t need them valves they’re transplantin from pigs.

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Instructions are: I exercise to elp improve me mood, at least a alf an our a day, n av ta watch me food. Rememberin ta take me pills’ll be an up ill battle. But if it happens I should fall - well strike me pink, I’ll rattle.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSs vZk6DwjI&feature=related

This poem was winner of the Humorous section of Oracles of the Bush last year and I have also been told, a lady recited it at Tamworth this year.’

Our old friends Jason and Chloe Roweth (now from Milthorpe) have just produced a new double CD and DVD (actually it’s a four disc set) "Sing Us Another One. The new recording captures a complete 2.5 hour live concert performance at Humph Hall from 4th July 2010, a great singing audience, with some larger arrangements featuring Loosely Woven in the second half. The DVDs include introductions providing background to the songs, and capturing the atmosphere of the night, while the CDs (and MP3 audio download) feature songs only. The full four disk set will set you back $30 plus postage, while the MP3 audio-only download is yours for $20. As with all their albums, anyone ordering the disk set online will automatically receive a free MP3 album download. Check it all out at www. rowethmusic.com.au/

Zondrae King, A woman of Words <> <> <> <> <> More sad News with two of our members passing away in April. After a long battle with cancer Rosemary Shelton (nee Biddle) died. Rosemary came away with the club on some of our trips and was a regular at the Wongawilli Dances. Our condolences go to husband John and family. We also lost long standing member Hartly Thompson who died suddenly during the mnth. Another who regularly went to the Folk Festival and the Wongawilli dances, Hartly had been an engineer at the steelworks until his retirement some years ago. <> <> <> <> <> Far be it for me to put down plumbers but Aviva Sheba sent me this and I think it makes a valid point.A bloke calls the musicians' union to get a quote on a 6 piece band for a wedding. The rep says "Off the top of my head, about $2000". He says, "WHAT? FOR MUSIC?. "The rep responds, " I'll tell you what. Call the plumbers' union & ask for six plumbers to work from 6 to midnight on a Saturday night. Whatever they charge you, we'll work for half." <> <> <> <> <> Fiddler and Larrikin Marcus Holden writes to say that a long awaited book “The Life and Tunes of Ray Schloeffel” has been released. A great fiddler Ray appeared at a number of Jamberoo Festivals before his untimely death. Marcus has uploaded some fantastic performances of Ray captured at the 1998 Tamworth Country Music Festival. These links are set out below. The book’s preface includes anecdotes, photographs and a great insight into one of Australia’s unsung musical talents and it is only through the generosity of contributors that this collection was made possible and it is to them this book is dedicated. Here are the links. 6

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<> <> <> <> <> As a staunch republican I was disgusted that there was nothing to watch on Tele on the night of the Royal Wedding. I went and played computer games. I didn’t get invited either, but neither did Barak Obama and Sir Blue the Shearer. Anyway Sir Blue has put it in perspective. ROYAL WEDDING I check my mail box daily, in keen anticipation, Waiting to receive our Royal Wedding invitation.

They must have misdirected it. Or it’s been lost in the post. I thought they might have asked me to propose some Royal toast. We were looking forward to it. I had even cleaned my shoes. Lots of special tucker, and a fair amount of booze. Rubbing shoulders with the hoi polloi. Hobnobbing with the Queen. We’ve heard Kate is a commoner, so we’d fit in with the scene. I’ve had my share of disappointments. Not named Father of the Year. Never made it to the honours list. Now once again, I fear That I’ve missed the Royal Wedding. That’s a dreadful thing. I would have loved to homagise a maybe future King. I’m not good at forelock tugging. I’m a little short of hair, But I’d bow and scrape in Aussie style, if only I were there. And I’ll miss out on the souvenirs. The plates, and cups and saucers, They’re even selling droppings from all the royal horses. That should make your garden grow in all its Royal glory, Won’t it be exciting? Just like a fairy story. William’s long experience as a Royal should see him through, But Kate, being a commoner, will she know what to do? There’s going to be a lot of pomp. I checked on my computer. Kate might need some lessons from a qualified pomp tutor. Was Geoffrey Rush available? He cured one with a stutter,

ARE YOU A PERFORMER and NOT A MEMBER of the ILLAWARRA FOLK CLUB? Here are the benefits for being a member • Inclusion in the monthly Newsletter Performer listing • Inclusion in the Illawarra Folk Club Website Performer listing • Opportunity to sell CDs and product throughthe Illawarra Folk Club online Store - www.illawarrafolkclub.org.au/store). There is a 10% commission. Contact David De Santi for more details: • Opportunity to produce industry standard CDs through the newly acquired professional CD duplicator. This is ideal for short runs. CDs can also be imprinted. Cost is $1.50 per CD. Contact Bob Williams for more details: bobwil7@hotmail.com

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FOLK MUSIC ORGANISATION!

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Working with the Royals seem to be his bread and butter. I know that William’s happy to have chosen such a mate, But when the marriage knot is tied, will she still be known as Kate? They might want to call her Katherine. It has a Royal ring. And the state of Kate, as William’s mate, just doesn’t have that zing. The guest list is astonishing. Everyone is there, Except of course, yours truly, but really, I don’t care. Royalty, Governor Generals from every Commonwealth Nation, Billionaires, and actors, as befit their special station. There are surprise omissions, like Santa and his Elves, And certain sporting figures who can’t behave themselves. They’re going to do it on the cheap. The Brits are short of moolah, So it’s sausage rolls and frankfurts, like they had down at Dimboola. That’s not true. I made it up. The whole world loves the Royals. The wedding will be perfect. Let’s hope nothing spoils This special Royal Wedding. A spectacle to see. I wonder if there’s something else to watch on our TV. <> <> <> <> <> Woodford Folk Festival copped a nightmare with the weather this year. The Queensland Floods decimated the crowds and the festival had, what every festival organizer dreads , a major loss caused by things over which there is no control. Moreton Bay Regional Council however has come to the rescue and purchased the Woodford site for $4 million dollars. In a press release, Mayor Allan Sutherland confirmed the purchasase price:-“We’ve paid market value for the iconic site to guarantee the longer term future of the Woodford Folk Festival and the economic benefits it brings to the Woodford township and the region,” Sutherland said that this will see the Folk Federation take out a 50-year lease over the Woodfordia site. A 50 year lease for any folk festival including our own really gives organisers a security that can guarantee its long time existence. <> <> <> <> <> For the Potes. Greg North Secretary of the ABPA (Australian Bush Poets’ Association) writes to say That a poetry competition will

be held by The Eastwood Fellowship of Australian Writers to commemorate Poet John O’Brien (Fr Patrick Hartigan) Father Patrick Hartigan (1872‐1952) was ordained in 1903 and served in various positions, including twenty seven years as parish priest at Narrandera. Writing under the pseudonym John O’Brien he published two volumes of poetry: Around the Boree Log in 1921, and, posthumously, The Church at St Mel’s. He is fondly remembered for poems such as ‘Said Hanrahan’ and ‘The Old Bush School’. He is buried in North Rocks near Parramatta. First Prize is $100 and closes May 30th. More info. http://hillsfaw.webs.com/ or (02) 9869 2715 <> <> <> <> <>

I think drummer extraordinaire Damion Stirling may have sent me this. Hope I’m not maligning him but I believe it. “My neighbour knocked on my door at 2:30am this morning, can you believe that, 2:30am? Luckily for him I was still up playing my drums............ “ <> <> <> <> <> Amanda Smithers who is the co-ordinator of the Illawarra Legal Centre is running the Lakeside Festival at Berkeley on Sunday Sept 18th and is looking for people who would like to perform there. The festival will be held on between 10am - 2pm. Its aimed at local families with an emphasis on healthy food and activities. Where possible we try to keep everything free or a gold coin. Attendance is usually around

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1,500 people and they come from all around southern Illawarra area. We don't have electricity, so everything has to be acoustic. The idea is to have busker type performers but there is also a performance space.

JOIN THE ILLAWARRA FOLK CLUB AT THE 2011 SNOWY MOUNTAINS OF MUSIC The Package

 3 nights FRI/SAT/SUN - rooms with bathroom - hot breakfast  FESTIVAL SEASON PASS (Free transport to venues, entry to all venues, concerts for 4 days)  AIR CONDITIONED COACH TRAVEL departing Wollongong 9am Friday 10 June, returning Monday evening 13 June

accomodation options

Options are available for accommodation. Both locations are festival venues. Limited numbers at Sundeck Hotel.  SUNDECK HOTEL Australia’s highest hotel, lodge style, fully licensed, fine food, Carbon Neutral plan.  SMIGGINS HOTEL Renowned for friendly & efficient service, fine food & a warm & comfortable atmosphere.

prices

 PACKAGE A - Sundeck Hotel / Festival Pass / Travel $400 per adult on 4 share basis  PACKAGE B - Sundeck Hotel / Festival Pass / Travel $450 per adult on 2 share basis  PACKAGE C - Smiggins Hotel / Festival Pass / Travel $400 per adult on 4 share basis  PACKAGE D - Smiggins Hotel / Festival Pass / Travel $450 per adult on 2 share basis  PACKAGE E - Child (U15) sharing with minimum of 2 paying adults - $270

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 ONLINE www.illawarrafolkclub.org.au/store or call 1300 887 034  ENQUIRIES with Dave 0409 57 1788 or info@illawarrafolkclub.org.au  50% deposit required by 30 March 2011, full payment by 14 May 2011.

If anyone is interested in being involved could they contact Amanda Smithers Tues - Fri 9-5 on Ph: 02 4275 4704 or 02 4276 1939 Fax: 02 4276 1978 <> <> <> <> <> Computer and Radio Whiz, ‘Blown Away’ Denis McKay writes to tell us of his new discovery. He says-: "If you, like me, listen to folk music off the Internet while working around the house, here is a great source of material, with innovative features. I recently stumbled across DAR.fm – a free service - still in beta - where it's possible to select (mainly US) radio shows and listen back whenever you choose – see http:// www.dar.fm <> <> <> <> <> Great for everyone but particularly for someone across the pond like me - it's really easy to search for shows by genre and schedule recordings with one click and then forget about it. DAR.fm automatically records my selections and sends me an email saying that the latest edition is now available on their site. I can listen to it online when it suits me without having to download any files - and their player lets me pause/play and jump 30 secs forward or back - brilliant! I don’t understand any of this but I’m passing this on in case some of our members are savvy enough to do it themselves. <> <> <> <> <> Alex Nolf - the quiet, zither-playing husband of Kathie McMahon - died peacefully on Good Friday. He had been ill with an aggressive bone marrow cancer. Margaret Walters writes “Alex was a regular supporter of the Hornsby Kuringai Folk Club for many many years, before marrying Kathie 15 years ago and moving to Kurrajong. It was wonderful to see how he blossomed in the partnership, coming out of his shell and really enjoying Kathie's extroverted lifestyle and the frequent company of musicians. “ Alex was well known to us in the Illawarra and had many friends here. He was a regular at our Festival and will be sadly missed <> <> <> <> <> Haven’t seen folk club regular performer Quentin Fraser for a number of years


(played with acoustic Shock, Karen Lynne, Liz Frencham and many other bands in the Illawarra). Wondered where he was and had an email through the week about a major concert at Aranmore Hall, a bluegrass/folk venue at Leederville near Perth. The support Artists were Rachel Dillon, Quentin Fraser and Stephen Loss. I figure Quentin may now be in WA and of course Illawarra Folk will remember Rachel Dillon who played at the club recently. <> <> <> <> <> Janet Andrews [mailto:janeta@wollcon. com.au] from the Conservatorium is organizing Illawarra Sings as part of the June Music Festival. She writes to say that they now have a registration form available for the Illawarra Sings workshop and/or the combined choir on our Conservatorium website: www.wollcon.com.au . Go to the Illawarra Music Festival, click on ‘Illawarra Sings’ and ‘Registration’ The combined choir rehearsals will probably be on Tuesday and/or Wednesday evenings 6pm-7pm. Could <> <> <> <> <> Lilli Pang, story teller par excellence and festival organiser has been invited to be a feature storyteller of the Singapore International Storytelling Festival. This is the first time she have been asked to highlight at an international festival, and though it is great honour she says it is highly nerve raking! The festival runs from the 31st of August to the 4th of September. Our best wishes for a successful festival go with Lilli. <> <> <> <> <> Rachel Flannery (Emma Hannah’s Daughter} works for a company that is government funded to offer small & home based business free information - about how to promote their businesses using the internet. The project is coming to an end in May so it’s last call for applicants. It’s free and all you need is an ABN. Might be a great opportunity for people who are launching CDs, DVDs etc to get into a bit of knowledge on the internet. Visit http:// www.cleverlinktraining.com.au/dev/ online-training-and-self-help-dvds and read about the program. <> <> <> <> <> Finally had a phone call from one of our regulars, Barry Sexton who told me that the range of an accordion was only a third of that of an autoharp. I didn’t know of course but he explained that with a good throw an autoharp had a range of 45 metres while an accordion only had 15 metres.

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2VOX-FM – 106.9 Illawarra Folk Club Programme Playlist 2 April Featuring artists appearing at the forthcoming National Folk Festival plus the touring "Cottars" • The Cottars/Fare thee well Northumberland/ Feast/Rounder records • Nancy Kerr-James Fagan/Scalene/Highlights 99/ The National Folk Festival • Enda Kenny/The Colours of Australia/Twelve Songs/Independent • Ted Egan/For the Term of their Natural Lives/The Land Downunder/Evergreen media • Kate Delaney/The Dimming of the Day/A Moment in time/Independent • Alan Musgrove/Waltz Medley/Behind the Times/ Independent • Ami Williamson/Big Moon/Folk Republic of Bulli/Illawarra Folk Club • Danny Spooner/Hey Rain/Emerging Traditions/ Independent • Dark Horses/Can a Blue Man sing the Whites/ Dark Horses/Dark Horse records • Jugularity/Pig Ankle Rag/Greatest Hats of Jugularity/Independent • Eric Bogle/Plastic Paddy/Mirrors/Larrikan • Shiny Bum Singers/I'm Late for work again/An Audience with the S.B singers/Independent • The Transylvaniacs/Lost Youth/They do That there/Independent • Phyl Lobl/Girls in our Town/Bronzewing/Independent • Wongawilli/Sing us a Song/Australia Street/Wongawilli Dance Club • Kavisha Mazella/Swan River/Fisherman's Daughter/Independent • Bluegrass Parkway/Walk out in the Rain/Country Blues/Independent • Keith McKendry/To Morrow/Travelling Through the Storm/Fanged Wombat • Martyn Wyndham Read/A Shearer's Lament/Beneath a Southern Sky/Fellside • Michael Fix/New Day Tantalise/Independent • Dennis O'Keeffe/The Rodney/Waltzing Matilda/ Heritage Records • Pat Drummond/The Toilet paper Line Dance/Of Wheels and Wires/Larrikan • Andy Irvine/To Live is to Fly/Sula/Tutl • The Fagans/Toppling out of a Bar/Kitchen Dance/ Independent • Wongawilli/Time is a Tempest/Silver Folk/Illawarra Folk Club • Alan Kelly/Red Haired Lass/Out of the Blue/ Blackbox Records

Theme: "Vintage and Veteran" Performers from former National Festivals prior to 1986 25 years ago) • Martyn Wyndham Read/El Dorado/Beneath a Southern Sky/Fellside • Phyl Lobl/Weevils in the Flour/Bronzewing/ Independent • Danny Spooner/Our Jack/Brave Bold Boys/ Independent • Roaring Forties/Bright Morning Star/Shore Leave/Independent • Keith McKendry/Theatre of the Road/Travelling Through the Storm/Fanged Wombat • The Rambleers/Maranoa Drovers/The Rambleers/ Independent • Ted Egan/Sayonara Nakamura/Jamberoo ten years/Illawarra Folk Club • Dave DeHugard/Magpie Morning/Jamberoo ten years/Illawarra Folk Club • The Fagans/Your Daughters and your Sons/Jamberoo ten years/Illawarra Folk Club • Judy Small/Charlesworth Bay/Jamberoo ten years/Illawarra Folk Club/ • Alan Scott/The Shearer's Dream/Travelling through the Storm/Fanged Wombat • Bob Ballantine/Elsey's Waltz/Northubria Down Under/Independent • McIntyre-Delaney/Singing Land/Caledonia Dreaming/Blackwater Productions • Mike Harding/The Dry Cardrona/.Past to the Present/Radio New Zealand • Louis McManus/Swedish Jig/With a heart and hand/Independent • Bernard Bolan/The Football Song/An Eccentric Collection/Larrikan • Franklyn B.Paverty/Australia's on the Wallaby/ With my Swag all on my Shoulder/Independent • Gill Rees/Reflections at Ellery Creek/Dulcimer dreaming/Independent • Eric Bogle/Australian Through and Through/ Singing the Spirit Home/Larrikan • Bloodwood/Ocean Liner/The Collection/Independent • Margaret Bradford/Universe's Daughter/Freddie's Daughter/Independent • Declan Affley/Carrickfergus/Declan Affley/Independent • John Dengate/Thanks to the Yanks/The Follies of Pollies/Larriakan • Bernard Carney/Flatulence Calypso/The Collection/Tempo International/ • Len Neary/Lowlands/Sydney Folk Gala/Eastside Arts • John Broomhall/On the Bridge at Wilcannia/ Drifting down the Darling • Wedderburn Old Timers/Evening Three Step/Live at Fenton's Creek/Independent

Playlist 23 April hosted by Trevor Mott, produced by Denis McKay • Dan Berggren; Old Green Sweater;Mountain Air;Sleeping Giant • Introduction – Guest presenter Trevor Mott - All usual presenters are at National Folk Festival • Corin Raymond;Paid To Party;There Will Always


be a Small-time;Independent • David J. Simon; Silly Song;Once is Enough;Independent • Jason and Ginger;All Your Bad Habits;Jokerville;Independent • Jamie Anderson; My Dad Loves to Sing;Better than Chocolate;Tsunami • Jonathon Byrd;Dungarees, Overalls and Faded Suits;Cackalack;Waterbug • David Maloney;Black River Blues;One Day More;Pelican • Abbie Gardener;Break it Slow;Hope;Independent • Denise Jordan Findlay;Donna Nobis Pacem;Solstice;Dome Island • Dan Berggren; Eddie Chasing Annie on the Green-Bushmills Reel;Rooted in the Moment;Sleeping Giant • Jodie Stecher and Kate Brislen;Henry and the True Machine;Our Town;Rounder • Fiddlin' Arthur Smith;Kansas City StompFiddlin' Arthur Smith;Fingers on Fire;Starday • John Turner; D'il Among the Tailors;Montgomery Blue;Lismor • Jay Ungar and Molly Mason; Hard Times (Come Again No More);Civil War Classics;Orchard • Mick Moloney; Lad O'Beirne's [Hornpipe];Irish Traditional Music in America:The Music of Ed Reavy;Rounder Select • Jim Kweskin Jug Band ; Never Swat a Fly;Jim Kweskin Jug Band : Greatest Hits;Vanguard • Joan Baez;El Preso Numero Nueve;Diamonds and Rust in the Bullring;Capitol • Dermott O'Brien and His Band;Snow in Summer;Pet o' the Pipers;Lismor • Alistair Brown;There's Bound to be a Row;De'il in the Lum;Prospect • Jenny Vincent Trio;Amor Ardiente-Vals;Spanish American Dance Tunes from New Mexico- Collected by the WPA 1938-39;Cantemos • Raymond Fairchild;Old Spinning Wheel;Little Zane;Copper Creek • Red Clay Ramblers;Hiawatha's Lullabye;Rambler;Sugar Hill • Rumillatja; Mujeres y Ninos (Mothers and Children);Wiracocha;Independent • Martyn Wyndham-Read;Olive and the Vine;Jackeroo;Wynding Road • Andy Saunders;Factory Lad;Live at the Screw Soapers Guild;Independent • Finn Castle Mill;Dimming of the Day;Senseless Acts of Beauty;Independent • Jimmy Gregory;German From Denegal;West Along the Road;Craic • Jim Haynes;The VW and The Porsche;Life's a Laugh;Independent • Eric Bogle;Silly Slang Song;Voices in the Wilderness;Alcazar • Allan Walsh;Midnight Waltz;Naturally;Independent • Bill Case ; Blue Skirt Waltz;NLA Field Recordings – Recorded by Rob Willis;National Library of Australia • Graham Fletcher(Melbourne);Off to CaliforniaBlackthorn Stick;Little Rabbit;Independent • Scott Malyszka;Golden Slippers;People Really Live This Way;Independent

Illawarra Folk Club Performers List Service for Illawarra Folk Club members. Area Code is 02 uno Alan Blackshaw singer/songwriter . 0244218848 alan@alanblackshaw.net. www. alanblackshaw.net Barry (Blue) Lake - Bonza Bush Poet/Yarn Spinner/MC Phone 02 4476 4124 Blue the Shearer , aka Col Wilson - poet, raconteur, prawn deveiner, ABC radio star 02 4751 5998, (Springwood), blushear@well-com. net.au Bob McInnes, Stringfiddle - Larrikin fiddler, Australian Scottish music band 02 4885 1191 (Robertson), stringfiddle@oceanbroadband.net Chris Wilson - singer/guitarist 02 4271 4364 Dave Oliphant - singer/guitarist, dance caller, entertainer, contact for FIDDLEDANCE Bushband 0419 218926 doliphan@bigpond. net.au David De Santi - piano accordion, Wongawilli, Zumpa, Big Snore Hammers 0409 57 1788 desanti@bigpond.com Duncan Chalmers - traditional singer/ guitarist 0418 440 032, chalmdr@bigpond.net. au Graeme Johnson - performance poet, Australia rhyming verse 02 9874 7653 (Sydney), TheRhymerfromRyde@bigpond.com Johnny Spillane - whistle, dance caller, bagpipes 02 4296 9693, john.spillane@optusnet. com.au Karen Lynne - singer/songwriter, traditional, original, country, contact for Acoustic Shock 02 4757 3292 (Katoomba), karenlynne@ bigpond.com Kenny Bartley - comedic, Aussie, storytelling singer/songwriter 0431 041 947 kennybartleysemail@yahoo.com.au Kevin Baker - singer/songwriter 02 4225 8684 kevin.b1@bigpond.com Mark Holder-Keeping - multi-instrumentalist, member of Cantolibre, We Love You Madly, Big Snore Hammers, Zumpa, Markelle 02 4228 4153, 0405 271 110, markelle@1earth.net Margaret Bradford - folk singer-songwriter, for children also 02 9520 6180 (Sutherland), mbradford@sydney.net Perla Aura - African dance, drum musician and teacher, member of Obrobini 02 4274 5658, 0414 641 285. pfefey@wollongong.nsw.gov.au Simon Kinnas - Greek Bouzouki, Greek folk music and music from the Greek islands. 0412 757 557 zorbaskefi@hotmail.com.au Vivienne Sawyer - poet, comedienne, great MC 4257 4808

GROUPS Denizen - traditional, contemporary Celtic Australian music, Johnny Spillane 02 4296 9693, john.spillane@optusnet.com.au Fiddledance - traditional, bush band, bluegrass Dave Oliphant 0419 218 926

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doliphan@bigpond.net.au Handsome Young Strangers - plugged bush band with attitude. 0409 590 932, looch1973@ yahoo.com.au www.myspace,com/ thehandsomeyoungstrangers John Broomhall / Johnny Spillane / David De Santi - new and old songs of Australia. 02 4296 9693, john.spillane@ optusnet.com.au www.myspace.com/ johnbroomhalljohnnyspillanedaviddesanti madd marianne - Celtic 6 piece music group, Johnny Spillane 02 4296 9693 j.spillane@ people.net.au www.maddmarianne.com Mahri Autumn & The Chameleon Collective - acoustic/folk/world 0412 177 918 www. mahriautumn.com info@mariantheloucataris. com Obrobini - African style percussion and music group, Perla Aura, 0414 641 285, pfefey@ wollongong.nsw.gov.au Riogh - traditional, contemporary Celtic Australian music, Johnny Spillane 02 4296 9693, john.spillane@optusnet.com.au South of the Big Smoke – Northern Illawarra trio styles including folk / folktonica, blues, pop and soft rock. Phil 0408 259 633 southofthebigsmoke@gmail.com . www. myspace.com/southofthebigsmoke . Wongawilli & Wongawilli Colonial Dancers Award winning well travelled Australian folk, bush music, demonstration dancers, David De Santi 02 0409 57 1788 desanti@bigpond.com www.wongawillicolonialdance.org.au Zorba's Kefi Band - Greek music & music from the Greek islands, 2 or 3 piece. Simon Kinnas 0412 757 557 zorbaskefi@hotmail.com. au Zumpa - old Italian tunes with new life. David De Santi 02 0409 57 1788 desanti@bigpond.com ww.myspace.com/zumpafolk

Corner Store Classifieds for Folk Club Members Roland Stefen - Violin and Guitarmaker. Quality hand-made instruments and repairs done to stringed instruments. Ph: 0242713238. www.rolandstefenviolinmaker.com www. rolandstefenviolinmaker.com Theresa Gregory Reiki Practitioner Reiki is a simple and powerful laying of the hands technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. Lotus Clinic and Bookstore, 246 Crown Street, Wollongong 2500, 4226 4740. Haworth Shellharbour Music Centre, new store sales, repairs, 2/22 Durgadin Dr, Albion Park Rail ph: (02) 4256 0088 Wollongong Music Centre, sales, repairs, all types of instruments, long standing supporter of the Folk Club, ph 4228 9286, 390 Crown St, Wollongong 3 beautiful guitars for sale - Taylor 514ce - One of the sweetest and most beautiful guitars ever, $2750. Martin 000c 16GT Premium Classic Martin gem, incredible sound, solid spruce top and mahogany body, cutaway and Fisman Prefix pickup, $1985. Taylor 414ce - . $1850. Call Laurie on 0449 878 340 or lauriegrant05@gmail.com


Upcoming Illawarra Folk Events - 2011

F ri D ay 6 M ay, 7 . 3 0 pm

S aturday 1 8 J une , 7 . 3 0 pm

The Borderers, The Do Riders

April Maze

C it y D i g g e r s W o l longong

S aturday 2 1 M ay, 7 . 3 0 pm Fred Smith, Martin Pearson & Liz Frencham C it y D i g g e r s W o l longong

F riday 3 J une , 7 . 3 0 pm Eleanor McEvoy

The Illawarra Folk Club presents a folk music programme every Saturday from 3pm to 5pm

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S aturday 1 6 J u ly, 7 . 3 0 pm Maria Forde, Jasmine and Kaija C it y D i g g e r s W o l longong

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