Named as ‘One of this country’s most interesting guitar talents’ by Australian Guitar magazine, Justin Bernasconi is a rarity among guitarists and songwriters. Straddling styles and sounds from the Delta Blues, Appalachian Bluegrass, English Folk and all stops in between, his highly original tunes are infused with exciting and soulful guitar playing.Find out more »
Just to confuse you, we're putting on another show that isn't the first Friday of the month!
Some of the Hills' finest song writers and musicians are on stage together for a bit of story telling, collaboration, improvisation, songs full of harmony and, of course, heaps of fun!Find out more »
September is the month that Selby Folk Club celebrates song. The line-up is predominantly a capella showcasing blissful harmonies guaranteed to send shivers down your spine. Here's the guest list; Songrise Four women drawn together by their love of music and harmony, 'Songrise' are Emily Hayes, Flip Case, Katie Hull-Brown and Nicki Johnson. Songrise sing about life, love and constellations in luscious vocal harmony. From epic anthems inspired by Maya Angelou, the classics of Sting and…Find out more »
An Australian five-piece, Stray Hens, largely re-imagines old folk ballads. With their own original arrangements, archaic classics and old folky favourites become startling, moving...electric.Find out more »
Khristian Mizzi is a Melbourne artist known for his powerful original songs and his intimate live performances. Mizzi’s songs explore humanity, social injustice, and hope, inspiring and enlivening audiences wherever he plays.Find out more »
Michael is back at Selby to launch his new album 'What We Might Be' produced by Shane Nicholson. This collection of songs tell stories inspired by those American musicians and songwriters who were the soundtrack of Michael's childhood. The texture of their rhyme and meter is the shacks and bars and snowdrifts of American life. These are replaced by magpies and lawnmowers and footy games - the beauty and poetry reflected in every day rural life. Maffra, Heyfield and Sale may not have the exotic twang of Nashville – but there's the Macalister Hotel, Mafeking Hill, the Heyfield Timber Mills and more cows than you would ever want to have to get up at 5am to milk.Find out more »