Sunday 13 March, 6:30pm
Caldwell is home to abundant community markets, fine wineries and beautiful walking trails. The surrounding areas boast artist studios and niche businesses offering delicious delights such as meads, avocados, wine, honey, olives and citrus fruits as well as river cruises. Visit the Wolseley monument while in town, Frederick Wolseley was an inventor and woolgrower who invented and developed the first commercially successful sheep shearing machinery which revolutionised the wool industry.
Show features VISHTEN (Canada) and special guest ROB LONGSTAFF (Australia) and local support artist DON HEARN.
NOTE: The Little Stevies will not be appearing at this show.
ROB LONGSTAFF: New Zealand born & Australian bred, Rob Longstaff is a singer / songwriter of the acoustic blues & soul genre. With two studio albums already under his belt, Rob recorded his most recent album at Blackbird Studios in Berlin. “Boogaloo’ boasts soulful acoustic gems and exemplifies his powerful voice and impressive fingerpicking style. He’s an entertainer as much a musician, wooing crowds with his humour and energy. When in the studio, he insists on recording his tracks in one take. No tricks, no gimmicks, just his voice and guitar. He’s played gigs throughout Australia and Europe and including festivals such as Woodford Folk Festival & Maleny Music Festival
LOCAL TICKETS SALES ONLY:
Local tickets sales from Bunnaloo Primary School and at the door until sold out.
Caldwell Hall, Crn of Yallakool Rd and Barham Deniliquin Rd, NSW.
BYO drinks, food available for sale, provided by the Bunnaloo P+C. (Food will be pulled lamb rolls and quiche for a vegetarian option, and slices with coffee / tea for supper)