What: A night of face-melting harmonies and multi-instrumental talent.
It has been a magical two years since The Mae Trio released their award-winning debut album Housewarming and hit international stages from Celtic Connections (Glasgow) to Cambridge Folk Festival and Americana Festival (Nashville), not to mention national Australian tours where they won the hearts of critics and fans alike. Winners of the Maton Class Act Award and the National Film & Sound Archive Award for Folk Recording of the Year, The Mae Trio is renowned for their sophisticated instrumentation and stellar three-part harmonies. Anita Hillman, Maggie Rigby and Elsie Rigby are currently touring the UK and Ireland and will be returning to Australia in December for a MOTH evening of contemporary folk that will leave you breathless.
Kelly Day and Jane Hendry (both of Melbourne vocal gals The Nymphs) play classy folk, telling it like it is. They share a love of face-melting harmonies and murder mysteries and bring these together in their new project Broads, which delivers a new, slightly criminally-minded take on the acoustic folk duo.
Local singer singer songwriter and Bank of Melbourne Music Bank 2015 finalist Sam O’Connell will open @ 7.30pm
When: 4 December 2015 doors open @ 7pm. Tasty platters, local wines and beer available.
Where: MOTH (Music on the Hill) Red Hill Pavilion in between the two sports ovals.