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Dave is a soulful performer - has spent his career supporting other artists, here he performs a number of original songs from his most recent release 'Red Desert Man'...
Aboubacar's beautiful voice, accompanied by his guitar and the West African harp-like instrument the Ngoni, commands your attention as his lyrics tell stories of life, loss, happiness and grief...
The Ukulele Queen of the Bellarine, Sarah Carroll performs six songs which trace her recent experiences of loss and the beginning of her recovery; celebrating her good fortune in life, and honestly...
Seasoned performer David Wells revisits key places in his extensive improvisational performance career...
Bush Gothic are Jenny M. Thomas, Dan Witton and Chris Lewis - together they wander through the dankest, weirdest corners of traditional Australian song books...
As a special treat Ross Skiffington and Sam Angelico surprised the Seniors Festival film crew with some special magic routines devised especially for the Victorian Seniors Festival...
During the long pandemic winter, digital survivalists Neil Thomas and Patrick Cronin are hunkering down with audio gear, the internet and a range of haphazard opinions...
Getting old can be full of ups and downs, aches and pains, more sagging than shagging, but it is never too late to try and do what makes you happy especially after you get rid of the kids...
Nichaud and Mark Fitzgibbon select a variety of nostalgic songs that are sentimental to them...
Percussionist Duré Dara and vocalist Carolyn Connors have been performing and improvising together for more than 20 years...
Sarah Ward and Bec Matthews are Melbourne based performers and musicians with a passion for subversive, queer and fearless performance making...
David Arden is a Kokatha, Gunditjmara singer and songman. He returns for an encore performance of his song Annie Louisa...
Sam Angelico master magician returns for an encore and performs another magic routine taught to him by his grandfather...
In 2020 Anna spent time with her 87 year old father in his garden in the Strathbogie Ranges. Her film represents the culmination of a lifelong relationship with her father and his garden...
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