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Badfolk Night Alanah and Aleica Egan

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Identical twin sisters Alanna & Alicia have toured the Australian festival circuit, charming audiences with their original folky/jazz/roots songs, sweet harmonies, and onstage warmth and fun. Both are gifted songwriters who have won awards at the national level, and their lyrics, equal parts heart and humour, sparkle with an original, intimate voice. They will sing songs from their beautiful new album ‘Songs I’m Singing with Me,’ a tribute to Australian troubadour, John Beavis and named in the National Folk Festival’s Best Albums of 2017.

They will also sing songs from their previous original albums, ‘Twinlines’ 2013, ‘Two in a Book’‚ 2010 and ‘Funny She’s So Much Like Me’‚ 2006. Their fine band features talented musicians, Damien Neil (guitar), Silas Palmer (violin/piano)/Matiss Schubert (violin and mandolin), and Liz Frencham (double bass).

"Deliciously idiosyncratic and saucy songs…wry, frank observations of life and love…quality quirky lyrics delivered with verve and the kind of close harmonies you’d expect from sisters." - Tony Hillier, Rhythms Magazine

"In concert, they are entertaining and lively characters with an unpredictable, unscripted natural humour inspired by close observations and wry storytelling. They are brimming with talent, a free spirit and endearing charm." - Jamie McKew, Festival Director, Port Fairy Folk Festival (1977–2015)

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