SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR, Perth Concert Hall

I have this book called 10 Songs that Changed the World, and I’m pretty sure Amazing Grace is in it. If not, it should be- especially when sung by the Soweto Gospel Choir.

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Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Soweto Gospel Choir. Perth Concert Hall

Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Soweto Gospel Choir. Perth Concert Hall

Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Soweto Gospel Choir. Perth Concert Hall

Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Soweto Gospel Choir. Perth Concert Hall

Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Soweto Gospel Choir. Perth Concert Hall

Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Sowerto Gospel Chpir. Perth Concert Hall

Soweto Gospel Choir. Perth Concert Hall

CHRIS ISAAK. Kings Park & Botanic Gardens

I remember buying Forever Blue from a second hand CD store in Hurstville in my late teens and loving it so much. It was just like KD Lang’s Ingenue in some ways – really soulful, with not a single less than perfect track. Anyway we were really happy we went to see Chris Isaak at  Kings Park.  He sounded even better live than the already perfect CD, plus he was quite funny and down to earth too. Really loved the Elvis and Roy Orbison covers.

Chris Isaak. King Park Botanic Gardens

Chris Isaak. King Park Botanic Gardens

Chris Isaak. King Park Botanic Gardens

Chris Isaak. King Park Botanic Gardens


Chris Isaak. King Park Botanic Gardens

Chris Isaak. King Park Botanic Gardens

Chris Isaak. King Park Botanic Gardens

 

GILLIAN WELCH. Perth Concert Hall

Gillian Welch. Perth Concert Hall

Gillian Welch. Perth Concert Hall

Gillian Welch

Gillian Welch. Perth Concert Hall

We went to see singer-songwriter Gillian Welch play with her guitarist husband David Rawlings at the Perth Concert Hall. Beautiful spare set full of stories and banter between the two. Quite lucky to be near the front as it was an intimate show. Apparently they were going to do a roadtrip in parts of Australia after the concerts was over. x

 

GINGER & THE GHOST: Good God Small Club Sydney

Random choice for a night out after hearing the last bit of Where Wolf on FBI 94.5.  Totally worth the hike to the city. Plus the first band who supported them played a Theremin 🙂

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