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Hills Folk Music - Laura Hill + Glenn Skuthorpe

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Hills Folk Music presents:


Live at the Uraidla Institute, Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Saturday 9th April 2022 - 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Ticket Details:

General Admission - $30 + booking fee

Concession - $20 + booking fee

Young Folk (5-15) - $15 + booking fee. Must be accompanied by an adult

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Covid Safe Venue - Allocated Cabaret Table Seating

Licenced Bar

Performance Details:

Doors - 6:00pm

Glenn Skuthorpe - 7:00pm (40min)

Laura Hill - 8:10pm (50min)

Venue Details:

Uraidla Institute

1197 Greenhill Rd

Uraidla, 5142, SA

Laura Hill

Award winning Artist Laura Hill is an exquisite singer songwriter from the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia.

She has the innate ability to write songs that are both encapsulating and haunting. With hints of sassy wisdom Laura’s song writing is matched with a stunning clarity and tone to create a beautiful, varied and dreamlike soundscape. Whether performing solo or with her band, the quality and diversity of Laura’s musicianship and song writing paired with her striking, yet delicate voice leaves audiences visibly moved; like the feeling of fresh air in your lungs and a pinch of glitter on your shoes.

You can also find her fronting Lilac Cove. A dreamy nostalgic Indie /Pop 5 piece launched in late 2020. 

“a guitar slinging chanteuse with a voice that could lay the southern ocean down to rest” -  Jock Serong

Glenn Skuthorpe

With 6 highly-regarded albums and music featured in movies and documentaries such as The Emu Runner and John Pilger’s Utopia, Nhunggabarra, Kooma man and international touring singer-songwriter Glenn Skuthorpe is a powerful lyricist and composer who gives voice to those whose stories must be heard.

Following a string of highly successful tours and winner of the overall Best Music Award at Adelaide Fringe 2021, prepare for an infusion of genres with vibes of dirty street blues to dusty plains and wide-open skies.

'Skuthorpe has no interest in “new country” or “country pop”. He has his own sound, his own style and he is more than happy to exploit what he does well. He writes strong, emotional, storytelling lyrics and backs them up with a tight band and tight guitar sound. This album should be on turntables the world over. Blues, Cajun, Rock, Roots music all combined by one incredibly talented and extremely hardworking musician.’ - Aaron Badgley, Spill Magazine (CAN)

‘Glenn’s strong and weather-beaten voice rings true...this man is a poet. - Dave Steele (AUS)

‘...a style that is earthy, Australian and very much his own.’ - Yarn Up Magazine (AUS)

Acknowledgement of Country:

Our gatherings take place on the lands of the Peramangk & Kaurna people.

We respect their spiritual relationship with their country and acknowledge them as the custodians of this land. Always Was Always Will Be.

Hills Folk Music

Hills Folk Music organise community friendly folk music events for the Adelaide Hills that celebrate live original music, story-telling and care for our natural environment.

Curated by Uraidla residents Aaron Austin-Glen & Anya Anastasia

Supported by Music Development Office - South Australia & the Uraidla Institute

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Refund policy

If the event is cancelled or rescheduled due to COVID restrictions ticket holders will be contacted to have their tickets exchanged to another event or to have a refund. Under normal circumstances we will only issue a refund if the event is close to selling out.