Lou Bradley | Franklin Folk Club
Lou started taking her craft seriously after receiving a grant from John Butler of a backyard EP and then an ARIA finalist nomination for her first studio album a long time ago now. A self confessed hippie, country music outlaw, and continuously touring artist and song writer, Lou is no stranger to living a life devoted to the highlights and estrangement that comes with a career in pursuing original music.
After 20 years raising her family in the hills of Mullumbimby NSW with her banjo playing husband Phil, the Huon Valley hills are now her downtime home and the sound of her songs confirms they are indeed made in the hills. Unique, a little down-home a little rough but warm and familiar all at the same time.
6pm Doors, Bar and Dinner & 7pm Show with supports (open mic section) | Bring a plate for supper | Family friendly!
Would you like to play in the open mic section? Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org | 0497268220
The Franklin Folk Club started in 1976, founded by Mick & Helen Flanagan, who also co-founded the Cygnet Folk Festival in 1982. Folk Music is the music of the people and a Folk Club is a place where Community gather to connect and make new friends whilst enjoying a showcase of Tasmanian Music and Art.