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The Loaded Dog - 2011
What's on at the Dog in 2011

By Sandra Nixon
Posted Tuesday, February 1, 2011


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The Loaded Dog Folk Club is Sydney's finest acoustic folk venue - showcasing the best acoustic folk music has to offer, from guitar to autoharp, solo voice to community choir. (No amplification!, no mikes!)


The club is housed in the upstairs hall of the Annandale Neighbourhood Centre - the former Annandale Town Hall - a splendid example of a late Victorian sandstone public building with superb acoustics due to the 20-foot ceiling and wooden floor.

upstairs, Annandale Neighbourhood Centre 79 Johnston St, ANNANDALE
8pm, 4th Saturdays Feb-Nov
Cost usually $15/13 BYO, supper available

Enquiries (02) 9358 4886


2011 -
4th Saturday March, May - November.
1st Saturday March & 3rd Saturday April

5th March - MARTYN WYNDHAM-READ + Margaret Walters ($25/20)

26th Mar - PETER HICKS + Merryweather (Margaret Bradford + Margaret Essex)

16th Apr - GEORGE PAPAVGERIS & Los Marbles + VICKY SWAN & JONNY DYER (1 hour each)
(no support, floor spots only) ($25/20)

28th May - MARTIN PEARSON & Liz Frencham + Solidarity Choir ($20/18)

25th June - BOB & MARGARET FAGAN + Dallas de Brabander (ACT)

23rd July - BOB CAMPBELL & JOHN DENGATE (1 hour each)

27th Aug - TRIANTAN + Paul Hemphill

24th Sept - WHEEZE & SUCK BAND + Andrew McKay & Carole Etherton (UK)

22nd Oct - ENDA KENNY & LINDSAY MARTIN + The Selkie Band

26th Nov - DANNY SPOONER + Miguel Heatwole Andsomefriends

Venues/Clubs The Loaded Dog

Annandale Neighbourhood Centre
Johnston Street

Sandra Nixon
(02) 9358 4886

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