Jel­ly­man heads to Jack­son Hall

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THE Jack­son QCWA Hall may not be the usual venue for in­ter­na­tional tour­ing mu­si­cians, but The Jel­ly­man’s Daugh­ter will take to the stage for a night of folk mu­sic as part of their first Aus­tralian tour.

They’ll be joined by Aus­tralian duo Ash Bell and Sara Tind­ley as part of a 15-venue re­gional tour that starts and ends in Dor­rigo and Queen­scliff.

Hail­ing from Ed­in­burgh, Scot­land, The Jel­ly­man’s Daugh­ter band mem­ber Gra­ham Coe said he was ex­cited to tour parts of Aus­tralia away from the usual cap­i­tal city cir­cuit.

“We’re look­ing for­ward to play­ing our mu­sic to a bunch of friendly Aus­tralian faces on the other side of the world, meet­ing some dan­ger­ous an­i­mals and fi­nally get­ting to experience some (real) hot weather,” he said.

“We’re also ex­cited about get­ting out of the ci­ties and see­ing the di­ver­sity in the com­mu­ni­ties.

“Tour­ing is re­ally the best way to prop­erly experience a coun­try.”

The Fes­ti­val of Small Halls is a fam­ily-friendly tour­ing pro­gram for mu­si­cians al­low­ing re­gional com­mu­ni­ties ac­cess to acous­tic artists in their own back yard.

The Novem­ber 3 per­for­mance will be held at Jack­son QCWA, with camp­ing and space for car­a­vans avail­able.

PHOTO: GRAEME MACDON­ALD

ON TOUR: Gra­ham Coe and Emily Kelly of The Jel­ly­man’s Daugh­ter.

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