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Perth Folk & Roots Club with Biege Collective & Paul Davies

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  • Free Admission


  • Sun 17 Dec 2023, 5:00pm–8:00pm


All Ages

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Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 17th December 2023 for its Xmas show with free music entertainment with the support of the City of Stirling and Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club. Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing. The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley. For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has the Biege Collective and Paul Davies.

‘Perth Folk and Roots Club has the Biege Collective and welcomes back Paul Davies to perform at Perth Folk and Roots Club ‘, said Keith Anthonisz, President of the Perth Folk and Roots Club.

The Biege Collective have funk roots from their Bayswater origins with Pia Valeen on vocals and saxophone, Richie Poole on vocals, bass and percussion and Micheal Howesmith on vocals, guitar and keyboards. Collectively they played together in the funk outfit, Weapons of Mass Satisfaction (WOMS) which produced the album Music Don’t Kill. Prior to this they have all played around in various bands in Perth performing live and recording original music. Past venues include the Amplifier Bar, The Civic and the Baysie Arts Fest. Beige Collective has been going for about two years with a focus on song writing and recording and they have now amassed enough original songs to return to live performance.

Paul Davies is an authentic, hard travelling musician who travels across regional Western Australia playing a huge range of shows and festivals. Pulling fluid blues patterns from his ageing Gibson guitars, Paul plays a range of old time blues to folk and ragtime along with traditional country blues, styling his playing with a fingerpicking technique on his acoustic and slide guitar. Paul has devoted his life to keeping this dying tradition alive. Recent shows have seen him play at Fire in Your Belly, La Chiquita Café and Gypsy Tapas House in Fremantle as well as the Moondyne Festival in Toodyay and the Prince of Wales Hotel in Bunbury. He says he is always happy to listen and talk with fellow music lovers. Be sure to come and say hello.

‘As always we are also looking for up and coming artists to do a few numbers for the audience’, Keith added.

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