Pretty Shiny Christmas

I thought I would share a little unheard track from the Crazy Talk album recording sessions. We had a lot of fun recording it — rather late in the day (probably about 2am) — and after a reasonable amount of wine and beer had been sipped… we recorded ‘Pretty Shiny Frisbees’. The relics of ancient civilisations are still being uncovered today — but what will future societies make of the stuff we are leaving behind us now, in the 21st century?

http://rosieandthethorns.bandcamp.com/track/pretty-shiny-frisbees

Best wishes for the season,
give love, not piles of stuff!!
x
Rosie

"Get Sweet" to screen at Byron Bay Film Festival

After a festival debut at the New York Surf Film Festival in September 2010, Get Sweet is screening a little closer to home at the 2011 Byron Bay Film Festival! Stay tuned for the exact date and time... the Festival runs from March 4th to Sunday 13th March. UPDATE: "Get Sweet" will screen on Saturday 12th at a matinee surf session :)

Wingham Akoostik Festival

Wingham Central Park
Isabella Street, Wingham, NSW 2429 (Australia)
http://winghamakoostikfestival.com.au/
Ages: All Ages
Price: http://winghamakoostikfestival.com.au/
Other Artist: Wendy Matthews at 4:00 PM Other Artist: Sara Tindley at 3:00 PM Other Artist: Bronnie Ware at 6:00 PM
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Ticket choices: One-day pass: $25. Weekend pass: $45. Student one-day pass: $20. Student weekend pass: $35. Under 12s: Free.

Rosie covers Pub With No Beer for ABC Radio

 Last week I recorded a version of the iconic song “The Pub With No Beer” at ABC Mid North Coast for their Slim Dusty tribute project Sing Like Slim. Geoff Dixon and Lawrence Pastro provided the moody rhythm section. “It is a cracking version too!” Kim Honan, ABC Rural You can hear it online here: ABC Mid North Coast

Trials and Tributes

  Helloooo! It is with icy fingers I type this missive… well, not icy, but it is quite a cold mid-winter for the North Coast of NSW. It has been an interesting time of consolidation since the Crazy Talk album was finished. Now that my mind is starting to clear a little from the haze of such a long process, I’m starting to get the CD out and about and

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