4th Saturday we are at the
Old Cheese Factory,
34 Homestead Road,
Berwick, 3806 8 am – 12.30 pm
Come and say hello.
October 2017 Seniors Festival
Badfolk is putting on two performances for the Seniors Festival. These are free events supported by Casey Council.
Friday 13th Lynbrook Communitty Centre, 2 Harris Street, Lynbrook VIC 3976. 7 – 9pm
Friday 27th Selandra Community Hub, Selandra Blvd, Clyde North Vic. 3978. 7 – 9pm
17th November 2017 Jenny Taylor
Jenny Taylor has a 30 year career as a teacher performer writer and community artist. She has worked for ABC TV and her songs have been performed by massed choirs and played on Melbourne community radio and ABC regional radio. She has worked with numerous choirs including 3 years as co-founder of the choir that was “Choir of Hard Knocks”.
And she paints pictures. loves gardening, the australian bush. and old growth forests. She dislikes Coal Seam Gas Mining, and coal mining generally. She holds a BA (Music) and Dip Ed.
Release of debut album “All Is Well” in 2017Over 100 shows, 3 CDs and founding the training choir for Choir Of Hard Knocks
Starting not one, but two separate, riots during her outback solo career in the 1990’s
Heading Christmas Is Coming performed by Darebin massed choir each Christmas.
Having the song “Who Will Be There” in the top 20 shortlist for a Joe Cocker album.
Singing the top note at the end of the Jimmy Barnes recording of “You Can’t always get what you want.” at Sing Sing studios
Being Mentored by Kutcha Edwards
What other people say
“When you sing, it’s like a burst of heaven” – Bruce, Choir of Hope and Inspiration
“A voice of International standard” – Wendy Morrison, Seachange soundtrack
“The Paul Kelly Of The North” – Jody Hill, ABC Radio
‘Introducing the Eddie Cole Songbook’ is a four track EP from Victorian singer songwriter
and guitarist Eddie Cole released in October 2017.
‘Swept Away’ is the opening track. A rocking 6/8 piece which has overtones of Jeff Buckley, it pulses with the with the joy and sorrow which life unceasingly throws at us.
‘Count the Cost’ is a heart breaker about the shattering of love’s illusion.
‘Wild is the wind’ is a sparse vocal guitar track with Wuthering Heights as it’s underlying theme.
‘Settle your Debt’ is a pulsing blues riff on the theme of everything having a cost and everything requiring recompence.
‘Introducing the Eddie Cole Songbook’, as the title suggests, it is an entry point to a larger body of work, ranging from 2010’s ABC Radio National album of the week ‘Groove Eddy Overload’ to last years ‘The Yellingbo Recordings’.
15th December 2017
Christmas Time again.