The Family Bushdance is a monthly music podcast recorded in front of a live audience featuring artists and bands from around the world.
Episode 10: Wudinna Be Nice with Junior, Mike and Kitty, Dupes and Joshy Willo
Recorded live at the Wudinna football club after the mighty Magpies had logged a historic win a few towns over this episode was a raucous party of fairly epic proportions. Junior sing for the kids; Mike and Kitty get groovy; Dupes reads a poem and Joshy Willo takes us to the seaside. Artwork by Sammy K at Bigmouth Designs; Production and mixing by Tom Barnes. Front of house sound was by Mike Pearson and Paul Backman and we give our regards to Dupes and the Wudinna Football Club for hosting us. The Bushdance Band is Kyrie Anderson, Dylan Kuerschner, Django Rowe and Tom Kneebone. Photos by by Bec Smart. This episode was bought to you by the Wudinna District Council and the Adelaide Guitar Festival.
Episode 9: Home with Tara McHenry, Kacey Guy Stephenson, Kate Fuller and Michael Menager
Our very first episode for 2019 was recorded live at the legendary Grace Emily Hotel. Max tells us about his new house; Tara McHenry sings classic soul; Kacey Guy Stephenson traverses the inner world and the outer world; Kate Fuller and the Boys Club have a man about the house and Michael Menager brings it all home (but not on the express!) Artwork by Sammy K at Bigmouth Designs; Production and mixing by Tom Barnes. Front of house sound was by Mat Birkin and we give our regards to Sim and Marcello and the Grace Emily team for hosting us. The Bushdance Band is Kyrie Anderson, Dylan Kuerschner, Django Rowe and Tom Kneebone. Photo by Peter Fong.
Episode 8: The End with the Shaolin Afronauts, Dom Symes and Katie Pomery
The final episode of 2018 was recorded live at the Adelaide guitar festival in the heart of the city of churches. Max has to move out of his house. Katie Pomery plays dreamy, dreamy pop. Dom Symes talks about Otis Redding and Pubs and the Shaolin Afronauts take us to outer space. Artwork by Sammy K at Bigmouth Designs; Production and mixing by Tom Barnes. The Bushdance Band is Kyrie Anderson, Dylan Kuerschner, Django Rowe, Tom Kneebone. Photo by Jack Fenby.
Episode 7: "The Wake" with The Yearlings, Loni Rae Thompson, Heath Cullen and Dan Crannitch
Episode 7 of the Family Bushdance comes to you live from the Adelaide Guitar Festival on the banks of the scenic river Torrens. Max talks about the recent death of his landlord, the Yearlings do what they do best, Loni Rae Thomson shows off, Heath Cullen waxes lyrical and Dan Crannitch rocks out. Artwork by Sammy K at Bigmouth Designs; Production and mixing by Tom Barnes. The Bushdance Band is Kyrie Anderson, Dylan Kuerschner, Django Rowe, Tom Kneebone.
Episode 5: Crap Days with Jesse Davidson, Fleur Green, Ella Ion and Delia Obst
Live from the legendary Grace Emily Hotel, Episode 5 is an ode to crap days in the hope that perhaps they might become good days: Max talks about the rain. Jesse Davidson is effortlessly cool, Ella Ion is just fantastic, Fleur Green sings a song inspired by Paul Keating and Delia Obst takes us somewhere else. Artwork by Sammy K at Bigmouth Designs; Production and mixing by Tom Barnes; live sound by George from the Grace Emily (The Home of Rock and Roll) and beers were poured by Ben and Sym. The Bushdance Band is Kyrie Anderson, Kiah Gossner, Django Rowe, Tom Kneebone and features special guest Aaron Nash.
Episode 4: Friends and Family
Live from the legendary Grace Emily Hotel, Episode 4 is brought to you by the theme Friends and Family: Max farewells two Belgian backpackers. Naomi Keyte sings a song about absent friends, Tom West sings about Carlton and his dad, Alison Coppe charms us all and Ryan Martin John makes our heart melt with a lovely lullaby for his missus. Artwork by Sammy K at Bigmouth Designs, Production by Tom Barnes. The bushdance band is Kyrie Anderson, Kiah Gossner, Django Rowe and features special guest Steve Pederson.
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A fab podcast of our own adelaide musical talents - and much more - and Max’s crackmeup commentary. So good!!
High quality recorded live music. Fantastic selection of artist and I’m always itching for the next episode. Keep up the great work!!
Warms the cockles of your heart <3
Australian musicians getting it right.