PIGRAM Wednesday November 6, 8.00pm
The Spotted Mallard
314 Sydney Rd, Brunswick
Reserved Seats $35 (+b/f)
General Admission $30 (+b/f)
On the night: $40 at the door
SEATING: GET THE BEST SEATS AT THE BEST TABLES -
A RESERVED SEAT is highly
recommended for this show! Book early to get the
Reserved Seating is all at tables, and it's a TWO
STEP 1.Purchase your Reserved Seat
using The Spotted Mallard online ticketing system.
STEP 2. Then email The Spotted Mallard
and make your table reservation. Your reserved seating
tickets need to be attached to a table with your
name on it - so don't forget to email!
Table bookings typically range in size from 2 people
right through to 10-12. Once you have purchased
your Reserved Seat tickets, simply email the Spotted
Mallard to make your table reservation.
Book early for the best tables!
ADMISSION: Pre-Sale $30 (+b/f) or at the door $40
General Admission ticket holders cannot
reserve their seating or reserve a table. However,
any seating that remains after all Reserved Seating
has been allocated, can be taken by General Admission
ticket holders on a first-come first-serve basis
on the night.
Spotted Mallard lights up for another star-studded night
as Second Line Music welcomes back Stephen Pigram on what
is becoming his annual journey south out of his beloved
Stephen Pigram is a Yawuru singer/songwriter from
Australias far northwest Kimberley region. He is
well known for his work with his musical brothers in Broomes
much loved Pigram Brothers band and for the saltwater
country style of music they deliver.
Stepping out solo he presents country folk n
bluesy musical snapshots of his hometown Broome in the
great Kimberley region. Stephen is a multi-instrumentalist
playing acoustic guitar, harmonica, ukulele and stomp-box.
"I'd say my solo show brings all forms of music
from my career together - I so enjoy playing solo and
telling my stories through song." Stephen Pigram.
Stephen was a member of influential 80s Broome bands Kuckles
and Scrap Metal. In the 90s he went on to become the musical
director for the original production of the first Aboriginal
musical Bran Nue Dae. Most recently he has produced and
scored the feature film Mad Bastards which premiered
at the Sundance Film Festival. His song Feel Like Going
Home is an anthem in the Kimberleys.
In 2006 Stephen and brother Alan were inducted into the
West Australian Music Industry Hall of Fame, the
first indigenous artists to receive this honour.
Stephen will play the whole show and will be joined
by special guests throughout the night.
This will be a huge night. Make sure you book early.....
all roads lead to The Spotted Mallard!
Stephen Pigram is born and bred in the Kimberley and
on this journey along the Gibb River Road he talks about
his special family connections and encourages visitors
to spend a little time and absorb the soul of the country.
WHO FOLLOW THE BAND JUST TO ENJOY THE MUSIC ARE CALLED
THE SECOND LINE"