Munsterbucks and Lizzie Flynn in Concert
- Zamia Theatre, 22 Main Street, Tamborine Mountain
- $20 Concession, $25 Full Price, Child (U18) with paying parent $5, Child (U5) Free
- Doors open 7pm (BYO drinks and food)
- Lizzie Flynn & The Runaway Trains 7.30pm
- Munsterbucks 8.30pm
Munsterbucks, two lads from Munster, a province in the South of Ireland, and one from Australia. Tommy Donovan from Kerry (banjo and mandolin) Jack O’Leary from Cork (vocals, guitar and bodhran) and Sam De Santi (fiddle and guitar). All three of them have a rich heritage in playing traditional music both here and overseas. While keeping true to their traditional roots, they bring a unique sense of style and an irresistible groove to their tunes and songs, and they have established a strong name for themselves on the Australian folk scene.
With a combination of lyrical honesty and charming melodies, Lizzie Flynn writes songs that blend a little satirical storytelling with a lot of joyful emotion.
She’ll be joined by the Runaway Trains which includes Hugh Curtis (violin, mandolin) and Sam De Santi (guitar). Hugh actually is related to the Curtis’ whom the Curtis Falls are named after at Tamborine Mountain.