Gallie, Kidogo Arthouse

Kidogo Art House, Bathers Beach, Rear 47 Mews Road, , Bathers Beach, Rear 47 Mews Road

After an epic year of touring the world with shows in France, Brazil, Ireland, Australia, Spain and England, Gallie returns to Wa for a one off performance at Kidogo Arthouse Fremantle on the 10th of October Doors @ 7pm. Since the release of his debut album ‘The Occoquan River’ Gallie has been going from strength to strength, playing sold out shows in his adopted home of Australia and all across Europe. In November 2018 Gallie headlined the Folk stage at Brazil’s largest Blues and Roots festival MDBF.  He returns again this November to play with Caxias’ symphonic Orcestra as well as doing his own theatre show before returning to the MDB Festival to headline the folk stage again. He returns to Australia in December to record his eagerly awaited follow up to ‘The Occoquan River’.

If you haven't heard of Gallie until now you're in for a real musical awakening.... If you like artists like Ray Lamontagne , Tom Waits, John Martyn or Wilco, then it is time to embrace the musical talents of Gallie.

With his amazing debut album the Occoquan River, Gallie has a remarkable talent of imagery that can transport you from the bloody battlefields of the American Civil War to the soft comfort of your lovers bed within the length of one tune.

Gallie's shows are like no other, he has the capacity to reach a large audience on a one to one level and make a large room seem like a small venue, due to the warmth that he brings through his songs and story telling. The stories are sometimes comical, sometimes tragic but the delivery is always from the heart.

His songwriting speaks for itself with critics hailing his album 'The Occoquan River' in their top albums of the year. Gallie has been drawing large crowds to his gigs over the last year and has been a favourite at a number of festivals including MDBF (Caxias Brazil), Little World Festival (France), Altitude Festival (France), Queenscliff Music Festival, Portarlington Celtic Festival, Yackandandah Folk Festival, St Albans Folk Festival, Nannup Music festival, Fairbridge Music festival, Nanga Music festival and Maleny Music Festival.

“An album that came out of no where and just blew me away! From start to finish each song tells its own story. Already one of my albums of 2018.” Jimmy Stafford, Highland Radio “You can hear every mile traveled by Gallie on his adventurous journey to making The Occoquan River… it is a beautiful piece of work, that takes you on Gallie's literary journey and wraps you in the emotional truth of his music.” Fiachna O'Braonain, Hothouse Flowers and RTE Radio 1’s Late Date “One of the outstanding releases this year....’The Occoquan River’ is brilliant.” Paul Gough, The Inside Sleeve, ABC Radio National. Media & Bookings gallie1610@hotmail.com Kidogo Arthouse is a bustling independent art centre located at the water’s edge at Bathers Beach in Fremantle, Western Australia. Joining Gallie will be double bassist Tristan Courtney. Support by Brian Dalton

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Nanga Music festival, Western Australia

Relaxed and Inclusive The Nanga experience goes beyond the concert stage and embraces a connection with the beautiful Nanga setting - and with each other. By Sunday night, our small community feels like an extended circle of friends. We eat together. We sing and play and dance together. And together we breathe in the magnificent atmosphere that surrounds us. ​ Intimate and acoustic The rustic nature of the festival setting goes hand in hand with acoustic music. Artists perform folk, blues, celtic, indigenous and world music from a single intimate stage. Nanga is renowned for its small size - meaning you are never far from the action. See past Artists here: Many artists also love to share their gift through workshops in a welcoming, safe space for participation. Earthy and natural The Nanga Bush Camp offers the perfect backdrop for the festival. Rustic lodges are set against a canopy of towering forest - often with music seeping through the native flora. Bush trails, a swimming hole and an elusive Blue Wren or a friendly Kookaburra are literally on your doorstep.

Gallie @ Nanga music festival

Nanga Music festival, Western Australia

Relaxed and Inclusive The Nanga experience goes beyond the concert stage and embraces a connection with the beautiful Nanga setting - and with each other. By Sunday night, our small community feels like an extended circle of friends. We eat together. We sing and play and dance together. And together we breathe in the magnificent atmosphere that surrounds us. ​ Intimate and acoustic The rustic nature of the festival setting goes hand in hand with acoustic music. Artists perform folk, blues, celtic, indigenous and world music from a single intimate stage. Nanga is renowned for its small size - meaning you are never far from the action. See past Artists here: Many artists also love to share their gift through workshops in a welcoming, safe space for participation. Earthy and natural The Nanga Bush Camp offers the perfect backdrop for the festival. Rustic lodges are set against a canopy of towering forest - often with music seeping through the native flora. Bush trails, a swimming hole and an elusive Blue Wren or a friendly Kookaburra are literally on your doorstep.

Gallie @ Nanga music festival

Nanga Music festival, Western Australia

Relaxed and Inclusive The Nanga experience goes beyond the concert stage and embraces a connection with the beautiful Nanga setting - and with each other. By Sunday night, our small community feels like an extended circle of friends. We eat together. We sing and play and dance together. And together we breathe in the magnificent atmosphere that surrounds us. ​ Intimate and acoustic The rustic nature of the festival setting goes hand in hand with acoustic music. Artists perform folk, blues, celtic, indigenous and world music from a single intimate stage. Nanga is renowned for its small size - meaning you are never far from the action. See past Artists here: Many artists also love to share their gift through workshops in a welcoming, safe space for participation. Earthy and natural The Nanga Bush Camp offers the perfect backdrop for the festival. Rustic lodges are set against a canopy of towering forest - often with music seeping through the native flora. Bush trails, a swimming hole and an elusive Blue Wren or a friendly Kookaburra are literally on your doorstep.

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Nannup Music festival, Nannup Western Australia

Celebrating its 31st year in 2020, the much loved Nannup Music Festival presents an eclectic mix of acts over the first weekend of March each year, set to the stunning bush backdrop of Australia’s South West and the small town atmosphere of Nannup; a historic timber town on the banks of the Blackwood River.

Since 1989, the festival – a community spirited event, operated by a passionate and dedicated team of Committee and Staff from the non profit Nannup Music Club Inc – has consistently proven to be one of the most welcoming and rewarding weekends of music around, and a much anticipated event in WA’s music calendar. It is an amazing and inspiring weekend for everyone and a special place to share a festival experience and authentic good times with your family and friends; a colourful celebration of original music, art, nature, community and diversity.

The festival highlights the best in new, emerging and indigenous music over free and ticketed venues, boasts an Emerging Artists Award and a Busking Competition, and offers a wide array of activities beyond that. Street performers, workshops, talks, poetry, camping, food and artisan markets, a sculpture walk and free activities for little festival-goers, all contribute in creating the “Nannup bubble”, where you’re invited to share, immerse and discover.

Nannup is part of Nyoongar Boodjar lands and is home to 14 language groups. Nannup town is situated on the lands of the Bibbulmun people and the north side of the Blackwood river (Bilyar Goorbalbilyup) becomes Wardandi country. The festival takes place during Bunuru – Second summer (season of the adolescence). We love, honour and cherish this place and we trust that it will be respected and nurtured far into the future.

See you in Nannup!

Gallie

Nannup Music festival, Nannup Western Australia

Celebrating its 31st year in 2020, the much loved Nannup Music Festival presents an eclectic mix of acts over the first weekend of March each year, set to the stunning bush backdrop of Australia’s South West and the small town atmosphere of Nannup; a historic timber town on the banks of the Blackwood River.

Since 1989, the festival – a community spirited event, operated by a passionate and dedicated team of Committee and Staff from the non profit Nannup Music Club Inc – has consistently proven to be one of the most welcoming and rewarding weekends of music around, and a much anticipated event in WA’s music calendar. It is an amazing and inspiring weekend for everyone and a special place to share a festival experience and authentic good times with your family and friends; a colourful celebration of original music, art, nature, community and diversity.

The festival highlights the best in new, emerging and indigenous music over free and ticketed venues, boasts an Emerging Artists Award and a Busking Competition, and offers a wide array of activities beyond that. Street performers, workshops, talks, poetry, camping, food and artisan markets, a sculpture walk and free activities for little festival-goers, all contribute in creating the “Nannup bubble”, where you’re invited to share, immerse and discover.

Nannup is part of Nyoongar Boodjar lands and is home to 14 language groups. Nannup town is situated on the lands of the Bibbulmun people and the north side of the Blackwood river (Bilyar Goorbalbilyup) becomes Wardandi country. The festival takes place during Bunuru – Second summer (season of the adolescence). We love, honour and cherish this place and we trust that it will be respected and nurtured far into the future.

See you in Nannup!

Gallie

Nannup Music festival, Nannup Western Australia

Celebrating its 31st year in 2020, the much loved Nannup Music Festival presents an eclectic mix of acts over the first weekend of March each year, set to the stunning bush backdrop of Australia’s South West and the small town atmosphere of Nannup; a historic timber town on the banks of the Blackwood River.

Since 1989, the festival – a community spirited event, operated by a passionate and dedicated team of Committee and Staff from the non profit Nannup Music Club Inc – has consistently proven to be one of the most welcoming and rewarding weekends of music around, and a much anticipated event in WA’s music calendar. It is an amazing and inspiring weekend for everyone and a special place to share a festival experience and authentic good times with your family and friends; a colourful celebration of original music, art, nature, community and diversity.

The festival highlights the best in new, emerging and indigenous music over free and ticketed venues, boasts an Emerging Artists Award and a Busking Competition, and offers a wide array of activities beyond that. Street performers, workshops, talks, poetry, camping, food and artisan markets, a sculpture walk and free activities for little festival-goers, all contribute in creating the “Nannup bubble”, where you’re invited to share, immerse and discover.

Nannup is part of Nyoongar Boodjar lands and is home to 14 language groups. Nannup town is situated on the lands of the Bibbulmun people and the north side of the Blackwood river (Bilyar Goorbalbilyup) becomes Wardandi country. The festival takes place during Bunuru – Second summer (season of the adolescence). We love, honour and cherish this place and we trust that it will be respected and nurtured far into the future.

See you in Nannup!

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