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Short and Curly


Fri 26 Jan 2018, 4:00pm–7:00pm

Where: SONAR Room , Upstairs, 42 Mews Rd, Fremantle, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: CreaturesNextdoor

Short & Curly's brand new second album, Fugitive Souls, is a big step forward for the acoustic duo, based in Bridgetown, in south-west WA. It comes seven years after their first album, recorded not long after they formed and set off on an unexpectedly constant string of more than 500 gigs ranging as far afield as Broome and Melbourne.

Karen 'Curly' Hunt plays guitar, Steve 'Short' Packer plays harmonica and they both sing. Describing themselves as country/blues/folk, they play a mix of original songs and covers of many of the artists they call influences, including Lucinda Williams, Tom Waits, Paul Kelly, Johnny Cash, Old Crow Medicine Show, Joni Mitchell, Delbert McClinton, Memphis Minnie, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Everly Brothers...even the Cure.

As a roots duo that lives and writes songs in a 100-year-old jarrah house on a hill overlooking Bridgetown, they are proud to say that Fugitive Souls has been created entirely in their local area, from recording in Pemberton with co-producer Greg Lee Bird, to the musician friends who have contributed additional instruments, to the CD cover image, shot as a selfie in their ivy-engulfed shed.