Penny Davies and Roger Ilott make their second appearance at the Goodwills’ house concert series on November 20. Please note the later start time (3pm).
The Granite Belt-based folk duo last performed at Bob & Laurel Wilson’s home in February, 2014, fresh from appearances at Woodford Folk Festival. Penny and Roger are stalwarts of the Australian folk scene and have performed at most major festivals and many smaller ones. They are known for their long association with folklorist Bill Scott. This collaboration produced classic Australian folk songs such as Hey Rain! and Where the Cane Fires Burn. They have released more than 20 albums of Australian contemporary folk music since 1983. Their lengthy association with the ABC radio programme Australia all Over brought them critical acclaim and a loyal following. Songs aired on Australia all Over include Hey Rain, Where the Cane Fires Burn, Beside a Railway Line, Ridin’ on the Fruit Train and The Monkeys Sing Soprano. Three of their songs were included on Macca’s Top 100 album in 2012.
The Goodwills (Bob & Laurel Wilson) will perform an opening set, including songs from their latest album, The Last Waterhole, followed by afternoon tea then a set from Penny & Roger. The concerts starts at 3pm (note later start) and will finish by 5.30. Email Laurel firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings and directions Tickets are $15/$12.
Goodwills house concerts are sponsored by the Queensland Folk Federation