28/03/2020 - Narrabeen RSL, North Narrabeen
$25 + BF
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
DOG WALKING TOUR JIM MOGINIE (Midnight Oil) & THE FAMILY DOG March and April 2020
Back in 2006 Jim Moginie (Midnight Oil) founded The Family Dog to promote his ﬁrst solo album ‘Alas Folkloric’. They went on to perform and tour together only sporadically. In March and April, The Family Dog is back, hitting the road and showcasing songs and tunes from their album ‘Bark Overtures’, recorded live at Oceanic Studio and released by Sony Music Australia on CD and vinyl and Orchard digitally in worldwide.
‘There’s a great blend of surf sounds, psychedelic indulgences and good old fashioned groove. It’s a diverse, rollicking album” Sydney Morning Herald ‘Beautifully performed….contains great energy’ PS News ‘There were no prisoners taken from the start, and the whole gig was very personal, intimate – and most of all – fun. The tunes were pumping.’ Blank, Gold Coast
The Family Dog is: guitarist Kent Steedman and drummer Paul Loughhead from Northern Beaches legends and punk rockers The Celibate Riﬂes, Kent also plays with Modern Gong Ritual, Paul with The ‘Aints and the New Christs. Also multi instrumentalist Tim Kevin from La Huva, Exiles and Youth Group. Live, this lineup is all about dynamics, travelling from a whisper to a scream, a rock blitzkrieg to psychedelia in a moment.
Jim Moginie’s twenty-ﬁve year contribution to Midnight Oil as a co-founder, songwriter musician and vocalist pioneered new ground, inﬂamed passions and challenged social justice and environmental concepts. Fresh from Midnight Oil’s reunion and massively successful Great Circle World Tour, Moginie is back and has picked up some of his own projects, iwhich have included: touring/recording two albums with The Break, a surf/space/rock themed outﬁt whose members are ex-Midnight Oil, Violent Femmes and Hunters & Collectors; his folk bands Shameless Seamus and The Tullamore Dews and The Tinkers; avantgarde ensemble, The Electric Guitar Orchestra and The Colour Wheel, where Jim’s music explores the attempts over history to prove the connection between music and colour. Jim also regularly tours as guest player with the Australian Chamber Orchestra. He has recorded 2 solo albums. Alas Folkloric and No Vans Mary and 3 ep’s, Under The Motherland Flag, Perpetua and Armies Of The Heart. He also owns Oceanic Studios and has recorded and produced music with such luminaries as Neil Finn, Sarah Blasko, Kasey Chambers, The Sleepy Jackson, Leah Flanagan, End of Fashion and The Living End.