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Julie Kavanagh: Irish Bizarre & Chalouche: French Gypsy Folk


Fri 19 Jul 2019, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: The Wesley Anne, 250 High Street, Northcote, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Concession: $8.00
  • Full fare: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: merimemusic

Welcome to a night lifted by the authentically French, vibrant and humorous energy of the musicians of Chalouche playing a repertoire Gypsy folk tunes, preceded by the bizarre universe of the talented Julie Kavanagh presenting her last creation "The Lady in the Radiator"

About Chalouche

From the streets of Paris, via the alleys of Melbourne, comes a dashing ensemble of feral, francophone, and fatuous felines to oil up your bowstrings. Chalouche is the name—Melbourne’s premier bunch of dodgy cats.

Whether on the stage, or shaking up the street, Chalouche will catch you by the ears and hold you by the whiskers, with a rollicking good beat that’s sure to get your body purring.

Don't miss out on this unique night of uplifting Mediterranean/Gypsy/French folk tunes, for singing along, dancing, eating baguette and raising your glass with Chalouche. Oui, oui voilà !!!

About the Lady In the Radiator

The Lady in the Radiator is a new project by Julie Kavanagh. Her absurd humour and morbid fascinations seep into her delicate song writing and ethereal vocal performances. In line with the theme “The Caged Birds of my Heart”, Julie’s original songs are performed from the perspective of being trapped inside a radiator. This a daring new solo venture has been created while she is based in the Upside-Down.

Julie Kavanagh hails from the wild west coast of Ireland, steeped in a folk music tradition as old as time itself. She performed for many years as an avante garde ‘scrap-yard folk’ musician and artist with her band Twin Headed Wolf which was deemed “Glastonbury’s most special festival find” by the Spectator Magazine in 2014. She is very involved in the folk music revival scene in Dublin. Her solo singing and recordings with her twin have been added to the Irish Traditional Music Archives.