Artists Shed music - around the region
13th September - Dave O'Neill - solo
13th September - Dave O'Neill - solo
13th September - Dave O'Neill - solo
September 21st - Jenny Biddle at the Turning Wave Fesitval
September 21st - Jenny Biddle at the Turning Wave Fesitval
September 21st - Jenny Biddle at the Turning Wave Fesitval
October 3rd - A J Leonard
October 3rd - A J Leonard
October 3rd - A J Leonard
4th October - Bruce Watson
4th October - Bruce Watson
4th October - Bruce Watson
November 2014 - Tinkers Cuss CD Launch
November 2014 - Tinkers Cuss CD Launch
November 2014 - Tinkers Cuss CD Launch
November 1st - Lord Byron 5 - Goulbourn
November 1st - Lord Byron 5 - Goulbourn
November 1st - Lord Byron 5 - Goulbourn
November - Jo Cresswell and Rita Wolehouse
November - Jo Cresswell and Rita Wolehouse
November - Jo Cresswell and Rita Wolehouse
February 2014 - Dont Mention the Wall - Rob and Deta Rayner
February 2014 - Dont Mention the Wall - Rob and Deta Rayner

Brilliant - Dennis and I saw it at the Camelot Lounge in Sydney, and then bits of it at the Illawara Folk Festival. Here is it is in all it's glorious completeness.

Songs and stories from the fall of the Berlin Wall and beyond, with Deta and Rob Rayner (accordion/voice , guitar/voice) from The Beez playing classics and originals from Bowie to The Beatles, from Polka to Punk and Klezmer to Cabaret. This is the unadulterated truth about the dramatic post-Wall banana shortage, East German Country and Western harmonica production and Stasi-assisted sound checks, all from a uniquely German/Australian perspective.
Deta and Rob´s cabaret sensibilities inform their performance and choice of songs as they Polka, Country and Balkan it up on a variety of well-known and sometimes obscure hits and originals inspired by and dealing with the Berlin Wall, Deta´s irresistible accordion melding with Rob´s driving acoustic guitar and, of course, those trademark Beez harmonies. Teamed with anecdotes and photos, this is a funny and moving account from two musicians unwittingly caught up of one of the most significant events of the 20th century.

Native Berliner chanteuse and accordionist Deta Rayner witnessed the fall of the Berlin Wall in October 1989 and wasted no time in co-founding Chameleon, the legendary cabaret venue in the former East Berlin, which became a melting pot for musicians and variety artists east and west. Sydneysider Rob Rayner, a veteran indie-rocker , saw the writing on the wall for the then stagnating live music scene in Sydney and opted for a wall of an entirely different kind in early 1989, swapping Sydney sunshine for a brooding Berlin and confronting his arch-nemesis: the accordion. Six months later the Berlin Wall fell, and nothing would ever be the same again…
February 2014 - Dont Mention the Wall - Rob and Deta Rayner
February 2015 - George Mann
February 2015 - George Mann
February 2015 - George Mann
february 2015 - Date Brothers
february 2015 - Date Brothers
february 2015 - Date Brothers
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