Indigenous Australian Acts

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Indigenous Australian Acts


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Indigenous Performers

This traditional Indigenous performers group aspire to educate and entertain audiences about their culture through traditional music, dance and storytelling performances passed down through generations.

 

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Ernie Dingo

Ernie Dingo has earned enormous respect as a performer capable of extraordinary versatility.  His talents as an actor, television host, reporter and comedian have made him one of Australia’s best known and most loved performers.

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Bojesse Pigram

As seen on THE VOICE as a finalist  in 2017, Bojesse Pigram draws from artists such as John Mayer, Ed Sheeran and Jon Bellion.. Bojesse always enchants audiences with his captivating vocal ability and fine tuned guitar skills.

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Evergrace Duo

Evergrace Duo team Aaron & Grace have been playing gigs and captivating audiences all over Western Australia for several years. They regularly perform as both a soothing, sweet duo with keys, guitar and vocals; and a high energy, soulful 4 piece band, easily tailoring their sound to suit your event.

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Phil Walleystack

Singer-songwriter Phil Walleystack is a Noongar man raised in Country Western Australia. Phil has been performing since he was a child, and is an accomplished performing artist, musician, dancer and author. Phil has traditional connections to Whadjuk, Yued, Ballardong and Wardarndi language groups.

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Lilly Gogos

Charismatic singer-songwriter Lilly Gogos draws on her gospel roots to offer powerful, emotive performances. Lilly has toured Australia with the Deadly Award winning, ‘The Yabu Band’ and was a founding member of ‘The Merindas’. Her sound is a fusion of gospel, country, blues and soul. Watch out for a full-length album from Lily soon!

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Rhys Bedford

Rhys Bedford and his honest songwriting takes you on a journey through his early experiences in life. His folk pop style matched with his soft yet soulful tone, drawing comparisons to his early influences the likes of Ed Sheeran, John Mayer and Jack Johnson.

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Wadumbah – Welcome To Country

James T Webb is an Elder from the Noongar First Nation community of the South West of WA. He is the leader and musician of the World renowned Wadumbah Noongar Dance Group, entertaining and educating people from all walks of life through music, dance and storytelling.  James performs Welcome To Country for events and functions.

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Broken Tides

The band Broken Tides is one of the leading rock bands within Western Australia, and in particular the Pilbara region. Broken Tides is steadfast in its pursuit of developing a reputation as the most professional band and is being recognised across the music and arts market.

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Eddie Betts

Eddie Betts played 350 games of professional Australian Rules football in a career that lasted 17-years across two clubs – Carlton & Adelaide. Eddie is passionate about working with organisations to create culturally safe spaces for Mob to live, work and learn, while making opportunities for Aboriginal youth to thrive in education and sport.

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Bradley Hall

Soulful storytelling through song runs through Bradley Hall‘s blood. A Nyiyaparli man from the Eastern Pilbara in Western Australia, Bradley Hall is no stranger to dirt roads, fresh country air and long drives through our beautiful country. Bradley’s love of country music and sharing stories has seen him travel over 50,000 kilometres across 15 tours throughout regional Western Australia, Queensland, Tamworth and New Zealand performing at pubs, clubs, mine sites and festivals.

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Freda Ogilvie – Welcome To Country

As a Whadjuk/Ballardong Elder performing Welcome To Country, Ms Freda Ogilvie has also taken part in national forums on early childhood education, and contributed to Aboriginal early childhood programs in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. As a Welcome to Country speaker, Ms Freda Ogilvie plays a vital role in ceremonies and events, formally acknowledging the traditional custodians of this land. A tireless advocate for Indigenous rights and social justice, Freda is actively involved in initiatives that empower Indigenous communities, promote cultural diversity, and challenge the prevailing stereotypes and prejudices.

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Simon Forrest – Welcome To Country

Welcome to Country by Professor Simon Forrest – as a Wadjuk Elder Simon has performed Welcome to Country and Smokings at various events including; international, national and state conferences, West Coast Eagles and Western Force Indigenous Round games, various Curtin University events such as Graduations and building openings, school assemblies and many other events.

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Sandra Harben – Welcome to Country

Sandra Harben has conducted numerous Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremonies for local events and state, national and international conferences in Perth. She is a Nyungar language speaker and showcases Nyungar language and stories specifically relating to the event or place of ceremony. Sandra has conducted numerous Nyungar research projects and published a number of papers in journal articles, chapters in books and other publications.

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Billy Woodley

Billy Woodley’s songs steal away your heart as he weaves the lyrics of a true storyteller between rich textures of heart melting tones and raw, rugged alt-rock vocals. Wrapped in meaty guitar solo and harmonies, sprinkling it all with his own unique sound. Billy is one to keep your eye on. Billy is available solo, or with his full band!

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