Force of nature, performer and art educator Rosie Rivette free-bleeding at home, as photographed by artist, teacher and deejay Liz Ham (the source of all our imagery this week).
Wednesday September the 27th ~
Having just spent a few days with these statuesque beauties in the bush I'll be full to the brim with birdsong to share during Swingin' at the Speakeasy tomorrow at Palmer & Co. 10PM til 1.30AM, after Mary Heart tears it up live starting at 7. Free!
Friday September the 29th ~
Reunite with mates, or mobilise independently to discover community in the heart of the big smoke, as Sin City Soirée reconvenes at the Hollywood Hotel for our monthly party. Liz and myself bedeck the Doris Goddard salon with transcendent tunes between 9 and 2. All welcome. Always free.
Saturday September the 30th ~
Come Saturday we're off to Dancing On the Tablelands so Jack Off will go to air via the stewardship of Jonny Seymour. Amazingly an invite extended to Kevin Morby much earlier this year has been accepted and this fine fellow will play for us from the studio directly after the broadcast begins at 3. Tune in!
If yr down south or keen to join us at Hugh Wennerbom's superb Taralga pub The Argyle Inn there's music to accompany the fab food all weekend. I'll spin late Saturday from 9 til 11. No charge!
May we all travel and listen with the acute ardour of another local force of nature Betty Grumble (pictured above, paying tribute to her mum Karmyn).
My love and respect to all of the inspiring individuals featured here this week. Every one is profoundly dedicated to their creative passions regardless of relative recompense. Live for love.