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An Evening of 'Dark Folk' With M.E. Baird & Hannah Jane

When:

Fri 25 May 2018, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Junk Bar, 215 Waterworks Rd, Ashgrove, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00
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Listed by: M.E. Baird Music

The Junk Bar, Brisbane presents A Night of 'Dark Folk'.

Featuring: M.E. Baird & Hannah Jane.

In anticipation of a new upcoming album M.E. Baird & Hannah Jane will be performing M.E. Baird’s critically acclaimed 2016 release ‘Fall’. Joining M.E. Baird & Hannah Jane will be special guests and local dark folk duo, Hillsborough as well as Sunshine Coast songstress, Jeunae Rogers.

About ‘Fall’
”Deeply evocative, M.E. Baird is driven by emotion. Whether in the carefully crafted lyrics or the music itself, emotion drips from everywhere, it trickles down walls and pools on the floor. It aches and hurts...and it’s beautiful."

The album represented a period of great loss and hardship for M.E Baird. Leading up to the writing and recording of Fall he was to lose his Nephew a proud Quandamooka man who was like a brother and the victim of a brutal murder. A short time after he was to lose his mother too early onset Alzheimer’s and cancer. More loss was to come when not long after the recording was completed on the album he was to endure the deaths of his Sister and Father in quick succession. The losses eventually took a toll on M.E. Baird mentally and emotionally. It meant the release of the album would have to be put on hold, perhaps indefinitely. However, against the odds, the album was eventually released. Overall, the album has been recognised as a fine testament to M.E. Baird's skills as a solo musician, songwriter, performer and the enduring commitment he has to his ‘art’.

For more information, go to M.E. Baird Music website.