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Posted Monday, July 3, 2006
There'll be lots of great singing when the Blue Mountains Rebel Chorus and Just a TAD & Moz share equal billing at the Dog on the 22nd of July.
The choir formerly known as The Blue Mountains Union Singers - the Blue Mountains Rebel Chorus (colloquially known as the "Rabble Chorus").
songs of sedition, both serious and silly
In their own words - We sing songs of sedition, both serious and silly. We express our anger about the dire state of politics and workers’ rights in song (it may not make any difference to those in control but we feel better for it.) The only depressing thing about our repertoire is that many of the older songs are still pertinent to what’s going on today.
Just a TAD & Moz are four singers - Tom Bridges, Alison Jones, Deanne Dale, [TAD] and Maurie Mulheron [Moz] - who have pooled their long and varied experience as musicians to perform classic songs from the folk canon.
to help you lift your hopes and make tyrants tremble
Tom is a choir-leader and arranger; Alison’s background includes leadership of the Blue Mountains women’s choir, The Mudlarks; Deanne contributes vocal versatility; and Maurie is famous for his Pete Seeger-inspired performance-style and his work in bands and music theatre over many years.
These four combine their talents to help you lift your hopes and make tyrants tremble. Lots of their songs are well known, others less so, and include many that invite chorus participation.
Come & be part of the famous singing Dog audience in Sydney's best & most famous acoustic space. It might be winter outside, but we'll be warm & toasty inside.
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.
Coming up at the Dog . . .
(02) 9358 4886