Sweet sounds of Songwriters on the Songlines in Uki
THE beautiful Holy Trinity Church at Uki will be ringing with sweet sounds for the Songwriters on the Songlines concert on February 19.
Featured musicians Peter Hunt, Jeunae Rogers and Jolanda Moyle are set to offer punters a night of exquisite music at the church, which has brilliant acoustics and a true country feel.
Peter Hunt is the core song man for much-loved world-beat band Kooii and is fresh from Xavier Rudd's tour of North America and Europe.
Peter's solo work opens up the driving rhythms and melodies of Kooii to a sensitive and heart-nurturing space, with his distinctive voice and intricate fingerwork on guitar.
Jeunae Rogers blends intricate, heartfelt lyrics about timeless themes. She has toured Australia and Europe with a small child and guitar under her arm, has played Noosa Jazz Festival, Adelaide Fringe and most recently Woodford Folk Festival with her band Juju Bom.
Jolanda Moyle is a spirited folk singer based in Northern NSW. She writes ethereal music by looping Indian sarangi, guitar, voice and percussion into textured soundscapes and hypnotic grooves.
This extraordinary combination of Peter Hunt, Jeunae Rogers and Jolanda Moyle are a treat not to be missed for the first Songwriters on the Songlines concert of 2016.
The concert is on Friday, February 19 at 7pm in the Holy Trinity Church at Uki. Tickets are $20 or $15 for Ukitopia members. For tickets, contact Edward on 0428 278 630, email@example.com, on-line at ukitopiaartscollective.com, from Uki Supermarket or at the door.
Chai and Cake will be available at the venue.