Brunswick Music Festival – David Bridie & Frank Yamma


Brunswick Bridie

Friday 14 March, Brunswick Town Hall

David Bridie and Frank Yamma are two unique Australian voices. Both recognised as leading artists in the Australian musical landscape. The Brunswick Music Festival is proud to present a rare opportunity to see these two master musicians come together in concert.

David Bridie remains one of the most distinctive voices and composers in Australian music, not only to the ear but to the heart. His soulful lyrics offer unique insights and ask the hard questions of the human condition. With conviction, passion and integrity, his songs document Australia, its geography, people and culture.

Frank Yamma is the voice out of the Central Australian desert striking a chord in hearts all over the world. Regarded as one of Australia’s most important Indigenous songwriters, Frank’s rich voice and exceptional guitar skills combined with brutally honest tales of alcohol abuse, cultural degradation and stories of his country are spine tingling.

For over twenty years these two friends have collaborated on live performances, songwriting and recording, producing music that has been enjoyed around the globe at ancient castles from Scotland to Slovenia, at festivals from the UK to the Australian desert, and beyond.

Individually and together these two remarkable musicians will take the stage on Friday 14 March at the Brunswick Town Hall with their tales of Australian life from two very different viewpoints.

Australian Voices with David Bridie and Frank Yamma – 8pm
Brunswick Town Hall
233 Sydney Road, Brunswick
Adult $40 (Conc. $35)

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  1. If you’re in Melbourne, get along to this gig. The Almanacers know Bridie but you really need to hear Frank Yamma. I think of his song, Down the River and I get a shiver. This will be a great gig.

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