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A dinkum brunch with the Bohos

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Dinkum Bohos, Yum Yum Tree, Sunday

Dinkum Bohos are divine songstress and poet Vasudha Harte and her musical consort Jem Edwards.

The pair recently performed at the Gold Coast Writers’ Festival, locally at the Sample Food Festival and various venues from Brisbane to Bellingen.

Together their dynamic shows feature finely honed original songs, genre hopping and instrument swapping. With keyboards, guitars drums and assorted sonic paraphernalia, they perform lilting ballads, cruisy jazz grooves, and dramatic tangos, along with fiery flamenco, gritty folk rock and saucy cabaret.

Fresh from a rollicking dance set at Durrumbul Hall last weekend, flying the flag for a CSG-free northern rivers, they will be in laidback mode at the Bangalow Farmers’ Market Saturday morning and the picturesque Yum Yum Tree Cafe New Brighton for Sunday brunch.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=5y5RtYzTKDE

Dinkum Bohos, Yum Yum Tree, Sunday

Dinkum Bohos are divine songstress and poet Vasudha Harte and her musical consort Jem Edwards.

The pair recently performed at the Gold Coast Writers’ Festival, locally at the Sample Food Festival and various venues from Brisbane to Bellingen.

Together their dynamic shows feature finely honed original songs, genre hopping and instrument swapping. With keyboards, guitars drums and assorted sonic paraphernalia, they perform lilting ballads, cruisy jazz grooves, and dramatic tangos, along with fiery flamenco, gritty folk rock and saucy cabaret.

Fresh from a rollicking dance set at Durrumbul Hall last weekend, flying the flag for a CSG-free northern rivers, they will be in laidback mode at the Bangalow Farmers’ Market Saturday morning and the picturesque Yum Yum Tree Cafe New Brighton for Sunday brunch.


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