Pictured are Brodie and The Button Collective, a combo featuring mandolin, accordion, fiddle, bass, drums, keys, vocals.
They are one of the new groups performing on August 9 at Tintenbar Up Front.
Check out The Button Collective here.
There are other TUF newbies as well: Sometimes Seven, a six - member a cappella group, and a Lismore fave: Ben Wilson.
Take a look at the the full program.
There will be no meals this month, but still yummy cakes and slices and of course free tea and coffee.
Charity of the month are Medecins Sans Frontieres.
Look forward to seeing your faces.
Peter and the TUF team.
The audience at Tintenbar Up Front last Friday was entertained by eight wonderful performances. The evening started off with delicious Thai food provided by volunteers from Club Lennox.
Stephanie Rogers sang delicate songs accompanied beautifully on guitar by Ben. Gregory Pimm created atmospheric soundscapes of Bob Dylan and Dire Straits songs. Jock Barnes played with gusto on his semi acoustic guitar original songs of love, loss and CSG. Tony Koellner had us rollicking with his rendition of the CJ Dennis classic "The Play" about an Aussie bloke and his sheila going to see Romeo and Juliet.
Once again Nik Wheeler played beautiful guitar and got us singing along to his latest song. Fun! Sam Sabine was sublime with his piano accompanied songs. He should get top marks in HSC music with such a performance. Peter Loopin layered sound in his performances of some early 70s memorable tunes. Pat Breen concluded the evening with the keyboard ablaze, and fine singing of blues songs and more.
$330 was raised for Club Lennox, putting the total raised for them at $1684 and the total of all money raised for charity at just under $2800. Thank you to everyone involved, especially the fine
Here you can view the photos from the night, or check out who has so far booked in for the lineup for next month.
This Friday, Tintenbar Up Front boasts four brand new acts, well, brand new for us. The couple pictured are not one of them. Sorry! As well there are four other regulars. Check out the program.
The Thai beef, chicken and vegetarian dishes will be served from 7:00 by the folks from Club Lennox, charity of the month. Last month's food went quickly.
Entertainment kicks off at 7.30 in Tintenbar hall with young Stephanie Rogers. A regular performer in Lismore venues, she's not to be missed.
See you there!
Peter Lino, amateur muso,