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Posted Friday, April 4, 2014
Sadly, this concert has been cancelled due to illness!
Fremantle based songwriter and instrumentalist David Hyams returns to NSW, joined by fine Melbourne cellist Francesca Mountfort, who adds her rich accompaniment to instrumentals from his ‘Miles To Go’ albums as well as songs from his recent release “Travelling Bones”.
‘a beautiful contemporary folk and country album with a hint of blues that fills a small part in your soul that you wouldn't otherwise have even known was empty’.(Emma Bradstock – Isolated Nation)As with his past work, the album retains a strong connection to the WA landscape, reflected in stories which include an encounter with an emu on a desolate stretch of north west highway, a celebration of a Kimberley night, and the ritual pilgrimage to favourite southern coastal haunts. Hyams was also inspired to write by his years of working with inmates of WA jails, during which he helped to write and record 55 songs and produced the “Songs from the Inside” album.
Suggested optional donation: $20/$15
N.B. Due to Council intervention, this concert, which was originally scheduled to take place in Humph Hall, has been relocated to St Davids Church, Dee Why (next to the police station).
St Davids Church
St David Avenue
Dee Why (next to the police station)
Call or email Wayne (02) 9939 8802 to reserve your seat.