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Perch Creek Family Jug Band return to Humph Hall
7pm, Thursday 15th December 2011

By Wayne Richmond
Posted Friday, October 28, 2011

Those of you who came to their concert back in July (see this YouTube clip) will be thrilled to hear that they'll be back here next week! I'm sure you will agree that their youthful exuberance and sense of fun are as intoxicating as a breath of fresh air!

Brought up busking til the wee hours on the rowdy streets of the Gold Coast and Brisbane as children, the Perch Creek Family Jug Band learned to use their voices and multi-instrumental talents to pull a crowd and keep them there. Now they’re (nearly) grown up and have fine tuned their 5 part harmonies and unique style for their original and traditional repertoire that roves from bluegrass, old-time jazz, and country blues to whatever else they may just happen to fancy.

The Perch Creek Family Jug Band

The Perch Creek Family Jugband regularly play festivals including the Woodford Folk Festival, Mullum Music Festival, and The Tamworth Country Music Festival. In 2010 they appeared on the ABC TV show Spicks & Specks, before jetting off to Europe for a three-month tour. Now they are safely back in Australia and always raring for the next gig!

Optional donation: $25/$15

Call or email Wayne (02) 9939 8802 to reserve your seat. (Bring your voice and/or instrument and be ready to join in!)

Humph Hall
85 Allambie Road
Allambie Heights
Formerly the Allambie Heights Uniting Church, Humph Hall is now the private home of Gial Leslie and Wayne Richmond.
Humph Hall

As with all concerts in Humph Hall, The Perch Creek Family Jug Band will perform acoustically - no PA system!

 
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