Jellyman heads to Jackson Hall
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.
ON TOUR: Graham Coe and Emily Kelly of The Jellyman’s Daughter.