Kutcha Edwards “Circling Time”
19 Oct

Kutcha Edwards “Circling Time”

Don’t miss the Kutcha Edwards live experience — pure soul.

Proud Mutti Mutti songman Kutcha Edwards will bring focus back to his significant and wonderfully acclaimed album “Circling Time” in October when he travels to regional NSW and to Sydney to support his new single release, “Mrs Edwards”, which Kutcha wrote for his Mum about the devastating day her babies were removed from her care; and two new music videos, one for “Mrs Edwards” and another for the rousing anthem “Singing Up Country.”

The tour comes on the back of the unimaginably beautiful ‘Circling Time Songs and Stories’ production Kutcha and his band presented across regional Victoria. He played to sold out rooms, standing ovations, tears and laughter.

A Kutcha Edwards live experience takes you on a journey with stories from his life, the highs and the lows that segue so eloquently into each song choice lifting your spirit. At the heart of it, Kutcha’s music is pure soul.

Songman Kutcha Edwards is a proud Mutti Mutti, Yorta Yorta, Nari Nari man, is a strong advocate for Aboriginal people and is dedicated to the continuum of his traditional Songline.

Kutcha has been prolifically combining songwriting and activism since 1991, when he joined Koori group Watbalimba and began the remarkable journey that has taken him from the tiny Riverina town of Balranald to tours of Australia and the world. It is his experiences as a survivor of the Stolen Generations and his proud Mutti Mutti heritage that has shaped his diverse creative output in groups like Blackfire and The Black Arm Band. At the same time, he’s been able to forge a successful solo career combining his ‘Bidgee’ blues with traditional songs of people and country.

Kutcha is now a multi-award-winning singer/songwriter and his most recent album “Circling Time” has garnered critical acclaim. He tells us that music chose him. He uses music to create connections across cultures, generations, and spaces. He draws on a profound sense of all those who have gone before him on this land, along with his own life experiences, to help his audiences understand themselves, reconnect with their culture and promote cultural understanding. His music touches the soul and through his humour and insights we realise that with recognition of the true Aboriginal history, there can be hope of reconciliation.

With featured special guest Sue Ray.

Date:
WED 19 OCT @ 7pm

— Doors 6:30pm

Duration: Approximately 80 minutes (no intermission)

Age restrictions: All Ages. Under 15’s must be accompanied by adult.

IMPORTANT VENUE INFORMATION FOR TICKETHOLDERS:
Please note the Brunswick Picture House is located in Brunswick Heads NSW, in the Northern Rivers region (NOT in Brunswick VIC). Please select your tickets carefully as no refund or credit will be granted for errors in identifying the venue location.

TICKET PRICES

GENERAL $30 (plus booking fee)

CONCESSION $25 (plus booking fee)

YOUTH (AGES 3–15) $22 (plus booking fee)

DOOR PRICE (ALL) $35 (plus booking fee)

HOUSEMATE TICKET PRICES
HOUSEMATE DISCOUNTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT! — Please note that in order to purchase Housemate tickets, you must have a valid paid Housemate membership and will need to provide your Housemate membership number upon checkout. For information on Housemates, click here!

HOUSEMATE GENERAL $24 (plus booking fee)

HOUSEMATE CONCESSION $20 (plus booking fee)

HOUSEMATE YOUTH (AGES 3–15) $18 (plus booking fee)

HOUSEMATE DOOR PRICE (ALL) $28 (plus booking fee)

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