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women in docs @ The Family, Tamworth




women in docs @ The Family, Tamworth

This is a women in docs feature show - with some very special guests (including Brad Butcher & Lou Bradley). Get out of the midday Tamworth heat, grab a cool beer (buy one for us) and we look forward to seeing you there!

WHEN:  Wednesday 21 Jan at 12 NOON!! 

The Family Hotel


CONTACT DETAILS: Belmore St, West Tamworth NSW 2340 (02) 6765 7722

MORE INFO:  www.womenindocs.com  



women in docs (Chanel Lucas and Roz Pappalardo) are known for their raw, exciting, upbeat sounds, well-considered (and often humorous) lyrics, crisp, acoustic guitar and soaring harmonies. The act gather large, loyal crowds wherever they play – including all major music and folk festivals across Australia and the USA. Their music is reminiscent of the Indigo Girls and the Waifs, with a little bit of Dixie Chicks thrown in. 

Originally from Townsville and Innisfail, Chanel Lucas and Roz Pappalardo, first sang their way into the hearts of the Australian music loving public in the late ’90’s with their self-titled EP from which the track, ‘Tin Roof’, was immediately playlisted by ABC radio, launching them onto the main-stage of the Australian music industry.

Performances at South By South West, Austin, Texas; International Folk Alliance, San Diego and Memphis and Canadian Music Week, Toronto; 50 000 CD’s sold independently, 8 releases later has cemented women in docs’ reputation as as one of Australia’s most enduring independent acts.

a well-crafted and terrifically realised set of songs…infectious folk pop…disarmingly charming…’ The Australian

 ‘Their earthy vibe and strong voices deserve attention’ Rolling Stone 

…a polished showcase, energy and ebullience (is) evident in the Doc’s live shows…..voices, beautifully translucent in solo verses, overlap into the sweetest harmony in the choruses.’ Rhythms Magazine