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VandemonicTales: The Dead Maggies, Dominic Francis, Hairyman

When:

Sat 23 Nov 2013, 9:00pm–11:30pm

Where: Big Dan's Pub (part of Franklin Tavern), Main road, Franklin, Franklin

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

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At a Dead Maggies show you would most likely see a mixture of traditional folk instruments, flannies and mohawks delivering the maudlin tale of a convict hanging himself, set to upbeat music and a punky drumbeat. Dominic Francis sings songs of local and personal subjects, a clever songwriter he mixes dark and light stories to resounding music.

These two acts have booked a run of gigs around Tasmania to deliver their own Vandemonic Tales. From the recent loss of family members, to a ship sinking in the D'Entrecastreaux Channel almost 180 years ago. The often dark stories are delivered with a hoedown of fun and lively music.

Big Dan's Pub is a great pub, so warm and friendly. It's found at the back of the side of the shed by the Franklin Tavern (don't worry, you'll find it). It's a place where crusty ferals and local bogans come out of the bush to party together. And party they will when Vandemonic Tales comes to town!

There is a camping area directly over the road, so roll out your swag at the end of the night. Then the following morning, sit by the riverbank fishing, or chilling out in this quaint and cute little town.

The artists at this very Tasmanian themed show are:

Dominic Francis sings songs of local and personal subjects, a clever songwriter he mixes dark and light stories to resounding music.

Hairyman is a bush balladeer. He is hairy. He is Australian A'capella.

The Dead Maggies are a folkpunk mixture of traditional instruments, flannies and mohawks. They sing about dead people. Tragic Tasmanian tales set to an upbeat toe-tapping hoedown.

There might be a hat for donations or something, no big deal.