Lars and Sarah at Marakoopa Cafe
Would like to thank you for all your support over the last year
We want to wish all of you a wonderful Christmas
and hope 2018 brings you everything you wish for…
To celebrate Tasmania’s beautiful summer we are hosting two concerts in January

On Saturday 13th January 6pm til 10pm

Crooked Weather w/ support Lescines
Crooked Weather are a rock infused folk band, based out of a tragic mustard 1979 campervan. They hail from the depths of East Yorkshire, with the lilting harmonies of Holly & Will at the core. Their original music, steeped in the folk revival of the late 60’s, has a raw, modern edge, augmented by Tom and Dave: a fierce rhythm section.

Building up a steady reputation for their unpredictably dynamic live shows, they’ve supported the likes of Jeffrey Lewis, Micheal Chapman, Mike Heron (Incredible String Band), Jim Jones, Dick Gaughan, Roddy Woomble & Bridget St. John.
“Crooked Weather are a little different, their unique blend of classic and new folk makes their album Long Garden a delight. Melodic and magnificent, this music has so much heart it’s alive.”  – Shoplifter’s Union
“Their rhythm is earthy and evokes the 60s and early 70s.”

Listen Here for Crooked Weather “Hares on the Mountain”
Book Eventbrite Tickets Crooked Weather
On Sunday January 28th 1pm til  6pm
Double bill
‘Jeremiah Johnson’
                    ‘Shanteya and Jo’
Jeremiah Johnson
Troubadour, Raconteur, Bard, Touring Artist, Songwriter, Award winning Film clip producer and Director, Actor and respected figure in his arts community. His live concert reviews have liken him with similarity to Harry Manx, Steve Kilbey, Bruce Cockburn, Jeff Lang, Colin Hay and Shane Howard.
With accolades to have played for “Prince William of the Royal family” and support act for acclaimed international touring acts Gomez, Donovan Frankenreiter, Harry Manx and Australia’s own Hat Fitz & Cara, Angus and Julia Stone, Jeff Martin (The Tea Party), Neil Murray, The Basics, Skinny Jean Band, Thelma Plum and so on.
“Jeremiah Johnson’s performance was outstanding!”
Michael Crowley Program Director (Tablelands Folk Festival)
“He creates immediate and earthy music”
David Stavanger (Ghost Boy)Shanteya and Jo
Shanteya and Jo are an independent folk duo whose soulful voices and transporting guitar lines interweave their stories though an organic blend of harmony and percussive breakdowns. Typically, their song writing explores their love for nature, travel and the core emotions aroused by their personal experiences and relationships.
They released their powerful and haunting single, ‘Taken’, in early 2016 before journeying to the cobbled streets of Europe to spread their songs and stories on a busking and gigging tour.

Listen Here for Jeremiah Johnson “Cracks in the Concrete”
Listen Here for Shanteya and Jo “Taken”
Book Eventbrite Tickets for “Jeremiah Johnson” and “Shanteya and Jo”
Our mailing address is:
enquire@marakoopacafe.com.au

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