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Acts we have had at the Club

---------------March 15th, 2019------------------


Opening the show was John Ralph
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Almost included on our “missing persons” list and with too long an absence, we welcomed back David Capper.
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First introduced at our January club, Siobhan Cotchin is one of our WAAPA finds who’s vocals, guitar and presence deserved additional exposure.
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Our next act, with a 10 year performance history that includes playing with the Perth Symphony Orchestra, festivals across Europe, Singapore and Oz, was guitar vocalist Mark Turner with accomplice – Kane Shaw on double bass.
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Last but not least, Derrick and Sue Nichols, Kevin McKenna and song writer Gerry Mathews returned with their new ensemble Hoi Polloi

---------------Febuary 15th, 2019------------------


Resurfacing for the opportunity to open February’s proceedings, a duo rarely seen these days – Steve Ewing and Chris Woodward.
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Returning for his second appearance was Josh Gray.
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Staying with our “youth promotion” we introduced another upcoming teen, Sabrina Ives.
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The Hardey McMurrick duo.
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To Finish the night, UK folk singer, Steve Turner.

---------------January 18th, 2019------------------


Opening the first show for 2019 were a select few, first-year WAAPA students experiencing the club for the first time.  Nelson, Siobhan and Finn.
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Opening the second set, another new face to our stage though not the club; Izzy.
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Next up was another local seen performing intermittently around the hills enlisted in various ensembles but now presenting a solo set of his original material; Eric Nordberg.
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Completing and complimenting the line-up is the familiar face of Ms Jenny Gaunt.

---------------November 16th, 2018------------------


First up, Jamie McKinnon.  Jamie has been playing in and around the folk scene for many moons.  Not at the folk club for a while (many moons back was in a trad Scottish duo called “Single Malt”)
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Next up, was none other than our very own Kevin Mckenna.  Kevin is one of the movers and shakers of the Mundaring Folk ‘n’ Blues club and has been singing and playing for longer than most of us will remember.  A sweet voice and an elegant well-presented finger style guitar, this bloke is the whole package.
Joined by Derricl ,Sue and Ben.
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Phil Beck graced our stage in the centre of the evening.  Phil has it all, humour, Pathos, romance and trad folk. Truly excellent presentation brilliant stage presence.
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Finally, we presented a man who is arguably the best Mandolin player on the planet.  Mike Compton, referred to by The New York Times as, "a new bluegrass instrumental hero."
Mike comes from Mississippi, is a Grammy and IBMA award-winning recording artist; solo, duo and band performer; and as passionate a teacher and advocate for the mandolin as you're ever likely to find

---------------October 19th, 2018------------------


First up Dave Cutler
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Mike Cardy.
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The middle act was Martin and Coole.
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To finish the night, Loaded Dog.

---------------September 21st, 2018------------------


Up first, Tania Martin
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Next, Jane and the Rain.
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All the way from Bridgetown, Short and Curly
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The feature act was Jarrah Celts
3rd Friday of the Month 7:30pm @ Mundaring Sporting Club, Coolgardie St, Mundaring, Western Australia
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