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Freya Josephine Hollick at Leadbelly Newtown
WHEN:
Thursday 15 February 2018 - 06:00pm
WHERE:
Leadbelly Newtown
42 King Street
Newtown
New South Wales
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Ramblin

February brings the honk to your tonk with an all-star lineup who will get you dancing in your favorite worn in cowboy boots.Freya Josephine Hollick, the old-timey country songbird brings blues and honky tonk goodness that transports you back to early Appalachia, through wartime romance, the golden era of country music and into a cosmic hootenanny. With a voice that floats between Maybelle Carter, Dolly Parton and Skip James, Hollick has toured with the likes of Justin Townes Earle, Willie Watson, Joshua Hedley and Joe Pug and appearing as a guest singer with Robert Ellis and The Perfect Strangers plus festival appearances at Nannup Music Festival, Boogie Festival, Broadbeach Country Music Festival & Gympie Music Muster, Queenscliff Music Festival, Kyneton Music Festival, Out on the Weekend & Dorrigo Folk & Bluegrass Festival. Freya will have her band accompanying her on this visit to add a bigger sound to her irresistible voice.The Sweet Jelly Rolls are no strangers to Ramblin’ Nights with their catchy tunes & old time favorites. They seamlessly blend country & blues with an amped up sound to create one heck of a live show. Their energy is infectious, with banjo, guitar, kick drum driven rhythms & thunderous harmonica solos till the cows come home. Shelley’s Murder Boys from Sydney are a simple devil-lovin’ family playing bluegrass/folk tunes about the hills and rivers they’ve roamed, the things they’ve seen and stories they have been told. With a haunting fiddle, rollicking guitar and a twanging banjo, Shelley and the boys will take you on a journey to their porch in the backwoods.