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A popular rendezvous for music lovers and fellow musicians
The next program conducted by the Adelaide Music Collective will pay tribute to some of our highest achieving folk songwriters, singers and musicians who have achieved well-deserved recognition in Australia and overseas.
The evening's entertainment will include the prolific song writer and performer, Eric Bogle - Member of the Order of Australia; one of Australia's foremost Bluegrass and Country Musicians, Trev Warner; harmonica player from Cold Chisel, Dave Blight; and TV and recording artist Patsy Biscoe.
There will also be a special appearance by Humphrey B Bear, along with award winning Indi Pop artist Julia Henning (recently awarded Favourite Pop Act in the Fowler's Live Music Awards), and the talented singer/songwriter Tarra Carragher.
Eric Bogle's songs cover an extensive variety of topic and themes, including, futility or loss caused through war, comedy, satire and paying tribute to others. His best known songs include And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda, No Man's Land, My Youngest Son Came Home Today, Now I'm Easy and Leaving Nancy. Eric's well known lighter songs include The Aussie Bar-B-Q, I Hate Wogs and his reply to folk music fans with Do You Sing Any Dylan?
Trev Warner will be remembered by many for his countless appearances on the Adelaide produced TV shows during the 1960's, Reg Lindsay's Country and Western Hour and Roger Cardwell's Country Style. Over 3 decades, Trev is one of Australia's foremost Bluegrass and Country musicians winning numerous musical awards.He has toured as a supporting act for Willie Nelson, The Bellamy Brothers and has appeared with Slim Dusty, Lee Kernaghan, Tanian Kernaghan, Beccy Cole, Ann Kirkpatrick, Adam Brand, Kasey Chambers and many more.
In 1997, Trev's recording career included the award winning release High Rollin' Bluegrass with his son, musician and record producer, Kym Warner who is a founding member of the American bluegrass band The Greencards.
The host for the evening, will be Gary Burrows, Chief of The Australasian Performing Right Society, with special guest John 'Pembo' Pemberton, who will conduct the inductions of Eric Bogle, Trev Warner, Patsy Biscoe and local Music retailer John Reynolds for his 50 years service to the music industry into the SA Music Hall of Fame. 'Pembo' will also be paying a special tribute to the Founder of SA Music Hall of Fame,David 'Daisy' Day.