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Three Brothers Arms – Macclesfield

Grateful to a pub still committed so fully to live music, we’re pleased to be performing at the Three Brothers Arms, Macclesfield

ABOUT THE VENUE:
1841 Imagine Early Settlement​
Back in 1840 when there was nothing much at all in the Adelaide Hills The Three Brothers Arms was imagined. Opened in March 1841 it was named The Goats Head Inn. Built on the higher bank of the Angus river it was blessed with a bountiful water supply and became THE Inn for the weary traveller. 10 years later in 1851 The Three Brothers Arms had its own brewery next door. The local beer won awards in Europe and England and kept the rangers and bushmen well watered for the next 60 years or so. In memory of this the Three Brothers Arms has brewed for them THE GOATS HEAD LAGER , a beer as refreshing as the original Angus river, but a lot more tasty.

The Three Brothers Arms prides itself in the fact that it is a NO Pokies establishment. Excellent A-La-Carte food and friendly service are the motto. Music and the arts are the foundation, held up of course by great Beer and many excellent local wines. The Three Brothers Arms is a great live music venue. The Heritage Bar with its original shingled roof and ancient stone work makes for great acoustics. Open fires in the colder months add to the rustic charm. Many a Friday night is filled with the sound of Live original musicians playing a mixture of Roots music. The Marquee out the back overlooking the Angus is also a fantastic site for social events. The Hotel boasts a cool back yard with lawns and Gums lining the Angus.

The kitchen is the Keystone of the Three Brothers Arms. Food that is prepared and presented with taste. All breads are made in-house as is the wonderful Pizza base. The Three brothers make a fantastic Pizza all year round. Everything is delivered fresh, prepared with local produce and served with a smile.
The Three Brothers Arms has a large selection of wines in its own cellar. Wines from many of the local winerys are on pour and ready for the tasting. The Three Brothers Arms is not only the oldest pub in the Adelaide Hills but is one of less than a handfull that still operates under its original license making it THE pub to come and visit while travelling the beautiful Adelaide Hills.

A Peace of the Action – Radio Adelaide 101.5 fm

If you missed the live broadcast, here is a link to the Pod Cast:

CLICK HERE: RADIO ADELAIDE

 

PROPPING UP THE OBSOLETE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY IS LIKE PROPPING UP A BUGGY WHIP FACTORY SO LET’S GET WITH THE NOW!

 

Tune in and hear it from the people that are not politically or financially motivated by Nuclear sales.

 

Sue talks to Des Lawrence today about South Australia’s “DUMB IDEA” to establish a National (and it now seems international) Radioactive Nuclear Waste Storage Facility (NRNWSF) in the Kimba / Hawker regions of our state.

 

Joining Sue and Des will be:

  • David Noonan: an Australian environmentalist.
  • Chris vonder Borch, Emeritus Professor of Geology
  • Leon Ashton, Resident of the Flinders Ranges.

 

OTHER RESOURCES:

 

DUMB IDEA from our reading of the facts:

  • Kimba is in the heart of our Prime and pristine agriculture district
  • Hawker is the gateway to the jewell in our South Australian tourist industry, The Flinders Ranges.
  • The rest of the world are reducing their Nuclear appetite.
    • nuclear power phaseout is the discontinuation of usage of nuclear power for energy production. … Following the March 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, Germany has permanently shut down eight of its 17 reactors and pledged to close the rest by the end of 2022.
  • Project leaders demonstrate little to no knowledge of the life cycle of a TN18 ZWILAG storage canister
    – ANSTO’s safety record is shameful
    – To be built within Australia’s most seismic regions
    – On a fault line
    – On a flood plain
    – Above ground
    – With national parks either side
    – Neighbouring working farmland
    – Near human habitation,
    – Defying traditional ownership appeals to STOP!
  • This is a decision that once made is irrevocable.

 

Tune in and hear it from the people that are not politically or financially motivated

PROPPING UP THE OBSOLETE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY IS LIKE PROPPING UP A BUGGY WHIP FACTORY SO LET’S GET WITH THE NOW!

BIG OPEN MIC – Flinders Ranges

Well it takes a number of good reasons to encourage us out but whizzing up again to Hawker, nestled in our tremendous Flinders Ranges for a great bloke like Anton and the local community is easy reason enough.

 

This Music Festival runs from the 12th through to the 14th October 2018.

OUR SET LIST:

HAWKER (13th October 2018) Saturday Nights Set List

We’re so looking forward to joining locals and visitors to the Flinders Ranges for a free Saturday night concert featuring a number of local and Adelaide artists to celebrate all things including particularly the beauty of the Flinders Ranges, those who love it as much as we do and who continue to come back time and time again and of course the Flinders Ranges community .

 

Come up to Hawker ’cause it’sTime to Party!

Some of the Artists coming up to join us:
– Tony Luke & Friends
– Linda Press & Geoff Rice
– Henk Groot
– Paul Bachmann
– Trevor Filby
– Glenn Parsons
– Joe Ahern
– Reg Dodd
– Rockin Rob
– Kate Battersby
– Hans Amstel
– Jon Eykelkamp
– Hans Amstel
– The 3 G’s from Port Augusta
– Don Morrison aka manufacturer Donmo guitars, ex founder member the band Bodgies, Prawn Head, host & performer hillbilly hoot 3D radio sho
– Some Members of the Port Augusta Music Club and many more.

This Music Festival runs from the 12th through to the 14th October 2018.

ABC North and West

Mark & Sue talk to Paul Caliver about the BIG OPEN MIC – Flinders Ranges Music Festival.

 

The Flinders Ranges BIG OPEN MIC is an event to highlight the region and the beautiful flinders ranges, to have an attraction (event) to bring people to the flinders to see it for themselves and to support the outback communities.

 

It is an event for everyone young and old, locals or anyone else from anywhere.

 

The organisers of the Flinders Ranges BIG OPEN MIC have created the event along with the musicians to bring some positivity & cheer to the town of Hawker & region.  After all the negativity that has surrounded the Federal Governments plan to build a Nuclear waste facility near Hawker at Barndioota, causing a divide between friends, family and citizens of the township and region. The musicians will be bringing greats sounds & styles to have some great fun & offer some waste dump relief.

 

The organisers are hoping to bring an event model that will be popular, economically viable and sustainable to develop into the future.

 

They are in the belief that an event of this kind can be a draw card to the town and region. It would bring to the area more people and extra capital and another reason to visit the Flinders Ranges.

 

The organisers know that some spending on infrastructure in the Flinders region on top of what is already there along with other events and the tourism season, it would be far better off socially, culturally, environmentally and economically to the local people, region and state.

 

The town and region would be far better off developing tourism than having the Nuclear Waste Dump.

 

The beautiful Flinders Ranges is an eco adventure, cultural tourism destination that could rival Uluru & Kakadu visitation numbers with the right planning, investment & marketing.

 

With the Flinders Ranges & South Australia’s other eco assets; Kangaroo Island, Eyre Peninsula, the Coorong, etc. Eco tourism will bring in collectively a huge CLEAN sustainable economic contribution to the regions & South Australia in a growing global eco tourism market.

 

With other developed exciting tourism regions like the Barossa & Clare Valleys, Coonawarra, Eyre Peninsular locations, with the festivals, activities & adventures to be had in South Australia. Tourism diversity will bring a whole lot of economic business to South Australia and its regions.

 

Should the Federal Government jeopardise our State assets and the on going investments & developments in a clean sustainable economic future?

 

We believe the waste dump doesn’t make sense, it doesn’t belong.

Governor Hindmarsh Hotel

59 Port Road, Hindmarsh SA 5007

MOSS is a five-piece rock band that pumps it out with songs of social and political conscience.  “Modern day griots” with a sound that gives a “hat tip to the seventies”. With decades of experience, you’ll hear the road in their music delivering something very unique in today’s contemporary music scene.  Unapologetically a square peg in a round hole.  Imagine;  “Midnight Oil meets the Aztecs at Sunbury”

 

EVENT LINK: The GOV Gig Guide

 

Named after the first governor of South Australia, The Gov has seen a lot of changes over the past 162 years.
Since 1993, when the Tonkin family took over, The Gov has established itself as Adelaide’s leading live music venue and is highly regarded by musicians and music-lovers alike.
Between the regular local bands playing in the front bar and the world-class musicians featured in the Venue, The Gov really is Adelaide’s home of live, original music.

 

The Gov’s Front Bar and Saloon Bar provide a friendly environment for activities like the Adelaide Ukulele Appreciation Society meetings on Tuesdays, Open Mic Sessions on Wednesdays, Irish Jam Sessions on Fridays and live local bands on Thursdays and Saturdays.

 

The warm décor, polished wooden surfaces and fireplaces throughout make it a comfortable and welcoming place to be, especially in winter. In the Venue, pictures of famous musicians adorn the walls and the dimmed lighting booths around the room emphasises the intimate space, creating the perfect environment in which to see a favourite band.

 

Best Entertainment Venue in Australia

 

At the 2009 and 2012 Australian Hotels Association’s national Awards for Excellence, The Gov was awarded the title of ‘Best Entertainment Venue in Australia’. The Gov has also won the AHA Award for Excellence as the ‘Best Entertainment Venue in South Australia’ for the last six years, a streak which started in 2007. We were also inducted into the SA AHA Hall of Fame in 2011 as the ‘Best Entertainment Venue’.

 

Regarded amongst musicians as the key home of live music in Adelaide, The Gov benefits from the continued support of many artists who come back year after year, at times to play multiple nights in one visit.

Radio Adelaide 101.5 for SCALA

As part of The Songwriters Composers And Lyricists Association (SCALA)’s launch of their CD celebrating the winners of the 2017 FOOM competition, Sue and Mark will be on air to talk about SCALA, MOSS music, play live a couple of their songs acoustically and play the MOSS track that has been included on the SCALA CD

 

On Air 9:30am on-air. Finished 9:45am I hope you can join us.

 

Website: http://radioadelaide.org.au

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadioAdl/

 

SCALA – 2017 FOOM CD Launch

We are so pleased that SCALA (Songwriters Composers And Lyricists Association) has invited us to perform at the 2017 FOOM CD Launch to be held a the Wheatsheaf Hotel on the 16th August 2018.

 

AS a category winner, our Song ROCK GOD has been included on this CD of which we are very honoured and proud.

 

Here’s a link to our Video of Rock God: LINK

 

VENUE: The Wheatsheaf Hotel: 39 George St, Thebarton SA 5031

GIB CRAWL #3 – LADY DALY HOTEL PORT ROAD

126 Port Road, Hindmarsh SA 5007

MOSS is a five-piece rock band that pumps it out with songs of social and political conscience.  “Modern day griots” with a sound that gives a “hat tip to the seventies”. With decades of experience, you’ll hear the road in their music delivering something very unique in today’s contemporary music scene.  Unapologetically a square peg in a round hole.  Imagine;  “Midnight Oil meets the Aztecs at Sunbury”

 

With the success of Guitars in Bars in 2017, featuring 555 artists across 160 events state-wide, the Adelaide Guitar Festival is bringing it back in 2018.

 

Guitars in Bars is taking the Adelaide Guitar Festival (AGF) to the usual and unusual venues, spaces and places across South Australia with a series of free and ticketed events.

 

Enriching and diversifying Adelaide’s live music scene, we invite musicians and venues from around the state to be part of this great winter music festival