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Chloë and Jason Roweth + Miguel Heatwole @ The Dog
8pm, Sat 25th March 2006

By Sandra Nixon
Posted Wednesday, March 1, 2006

Chloë and Jason Roweth (formerly 'Us Not Them') - combine strong original songs and contemporary comment with old-style ballads and thoughtful arrangements of our beautiful, but lesser known, Australian collected material. Their striking, distinctly Australian mix of folk with older country and blues is both dynamic and captivating, while their relaxed and professional presentation puts an audience at ease.

striking, distinctly Australian mix of folk

Chloë (vocals, mandolin) & Jason (vocals, guitar) have performed together for over twelve years, appearing at festivals, clubs, pubs and bush dances, both as a duo and as part of larger performing groups.

Miguel Heatwole is a versatile singer whose interests include folk and world music, political satire, environmental causes, trade unionism and the responsible enjoyment of alcohol. His own songwriting is similarly wide-ranging and embraces the vital concerns of the peace activist, the family cat, and those in the welcome grip of passionate attraction. His often elegant and intricate melodies are delivered in a lyric baritone that is powerful, subtle and expressive.

a lyric baritone that is powerful, subtle and expressive

Miguel is an experienced choral director and leader of singing sessions. His enthusiasm for promoting community singing has brought many people together to share and learn new musical insights, and to record albums together.

Doors open 7:40 - show starts promptly at 8:00 with floor acts.

Tickets: $14 ($12 concessions)

For more info contact Sandra Nixon (02) 9358 4886.

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