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Fig Night 27th October 2017

Kerryn Fields
Project Collective Ska

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Through sheer grit and undeniable talent, Kerryn Fields has worked her way to a solid place in Australia's folk music scene with recent standout performances at Cobargo Folk Festival, Blue Mountains Music Festival, Chill Out Festival and a coveted top-billed slot as Premier Artist at Australia's Midsumma Festival.

Fields' ear-catching productions have lead music lovers all over to conclude that she truly is "one of Melbourne's great voices." – Tim Thorpe, Vital Bits RRR FM.

Kerryn Fields weaves soulful influences with her own vivid tapestry beckoning you to embark on each tale with the folk whisperer. Inspired by great storytellers and musicians, it was Paul Kelly's song co-written with Kev Carmody, 'From Little Things Big Things Grow', that convinced Fields to move out of a haunted house in New Zealand, sell her Kombi van and buy a one-way ticket to Melbourne.

Fields has played with some of Australia's favourite independent artists including Tash Sultana, Marlon Williams, Liz Stringer, Mojo Juju, and Suzannah Espie and is now independently touring Australia and New Zealand.

Kerryn Fields is a folk singer a storyteller with an extraordinary voice and an exceptional way with words. Her huge personality and striking voice meld perfectly with her folk and alt-country stylings.

Fields' debut album Rascal delves into the rawness of leaving your life behind for the unknown. Her towering personality and enslaving voice meld perfectly with each song a journey in it's own right.


Northern Beaches brothers, Connor and Harry Lambrou have been making waves in the music industry for the last 2 years, recently taking the stage at Byron Bay's 2017 Bluesfest, with their highly distinct blend of genres.

Fusing blues, soul, rock and Indigenous sounds, their music captures the everyday experiences and emotions of life.

With their upcoming album due to be released later this year, "LamBros." have been entertaining audiences with their toe-tapping vibe and infectious passion at venues all across Australia.

Featuring Connor on vocals and guitar, and Harry on percussion, didgeridoo, and backing vocals, the musical brothers promise to deliver a highly memorable experience.


Pat Powell's career spans more than four decades right across the globe. Hailing from the Jamaican community in Bristol, he toured Europe extensively before moving to Sydney in the 80s. Within a couple of years he was one of Australia's most in-demand studio vocalists.

On tour Pat has supported James Brown, Queen, Eurhythmics, Boy George, Crowded House, Horace Andy and Luciano, Tina Arena and George Benson. He has also toured extensively throughout Australia, Asia & Europe as Kylie Minogue's primary backing vocalist and recorded 15 singles and an album.

At The Fig he is joined by Project Collective Ska, a band with blazing horn section specializing in old-school Jamaican party music from the 50s and 60s
(or "first-wave ska"). They put on unforgettable live shows that never fail to get people up jumping and skanking.

Project Collective Ska formed in 2013 out of Sydney best young and upcoming musicians, who met growing up and playing in an eclectic array of bands -
including afro-beat stars The Liberators, hip-hop collective Sketch the Rhyme, The Hi-Tops Brass Band, The Morrisons, various reggae outfits including
Pat Powell and The Reggae Collective, The Midnight Tea Party and Manalion, The Basement Big Band, ska-punk legends The Porkers and even the
Sydney Symphony Orchestra.



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