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Enjoy the sounds of folk music at new home
The W.A Folk Federation is moving to a new home.
A launch is happening on Sunday 26th January 2014. The performances will be from 5pm to 8pm at the Mount Lawley Bowling Club, corner of Storthes and Rookwood Street, Mount Lawley.
Entry is FREE.
Appearing on that night will be Rachel Dillon and Robbie Jalapeno, supported by the John McNair and Keith Anthonisz duet.
Rachel Dillon is a Perth based songwriter and folk musician who is a regular at music festivals, including country music festivals in Tamworth, Boyup Brook and Canberra and folk festivals, including Fairbridge and Nanga. In 2013 she was a Finalist for Best New Talent in the West Australian Country Music Awards in Boyup Brook. She was also busy in 2013 being awarded Second Place at the Bronze Thong Talent.
Robbie Jalapeno is the founder of The Faceless Bureaucrats in 2010 and combines acoustic guitar with funk. His fellow musicians reflect the diverse nature of his music with support players having classical backgrounds, independent band backgrounds and cabaret. Robbie Jalapeno and The Faceless Bureaucrats have released three singles, and an album called 'Songs About Nothing'.
With supported by the City of Stirling and the Mount Lawley Bowling Club regular gigs will be held on the fourth Sunday of every month.