Music at the Lodge (Calendar of Events)

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Sheyana & Scott

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Ross Sermons

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Neil Gibson
PERFORMANCE CALENDAR
December 2019

Jed Appleton

Jed Appleton is a young troubadour songwriter from Hobart who is becoming a well known name in the nu-folk music.  His lyrics capture heart-strings and they are delivered through beautifully crafted melodies befitting of his style.

This wandering minstrel has toured Australia, the UK and Europe where he has supported some of the worlds biggest artists including Passenger, Matt Corby and Stu Larsen.

24 & 25 Dec
Linda Angledal

Originally hailing from the Gold Coast, Linda now calls Tasmania home.  Her music style is influenced by a rustic folk, which has been described by ‘Blank Magazine’ as moving and elegant.

26 & 27 Dec

Dean Stevenson & 4 Letter Fish

Come along and listen to rarely played, but profoundly remembered selection of British 60s-70s songs. With a deep nostalgia and a nod to new textures, this trio is a delight for any night of nostalgia and musical excellence.

28 Dec

Montz Matsumato

Born in a small village in Japan, Montz started to learn Bluegrass banjo from the age of 15.

In 1987 he joined the legendary Japanese folk group The Natarshar Seven. Moving to Australia, Montz has played at major festivals around Australia including performing every year from 2016 – 2017 at the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Locally he is a regular of Mona, Cygnet Folk Festival and the Taste of Tasmania.
29 & 30 Dec

Brad Gillies Blues

The Tasmanian based Swampy bluesman, Singer-songwriter one man band multi instrumentalist is coming to Lake St Clair to entertain.

31 Dec
January 2020

Brad Gillies Blues

The Tasmanian based Swampy bluesman, Singer-songwriter one man band multi instrumentalist is coming to Lake St Clair to entertain.

1 Jan
Harry Edwards Duo
Harry Edwards is a gypsy and modern jazz guitarist that has performed at many a Jazz Festival and other events in Tasmania (eg/ Dark MoFo).

Come and explore the interaction and improvisation possibilities of acoustic music with this talented duo.

2 & 3 Jan

Montz Matsumato

Born in a small village in Japan, Montz started to learn Bluegrass banjo from the age of 15.

In 1987 he joined the legendary Japanese folk group The Natarshar Seven. Moving to Australia, Montz has played at major festivals around Australia including performing every year from 2016 – 2017 at the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Locally he is a regular of Mona, Cygnet Folk Festival and the Taste of Tasmania.

4 & 5 Jan
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February 2020
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March 2020
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Matthew Dames

Montz Matsumato

Ondine

Sarah Letters

GB Balding

GB Balding

Pete Cornelius

Pete Cornelius

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