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The Weeping Willows / Great Aunt

Sat 25 Feb @ 7:00 pm

Come and kick off a new year of music and optimism for live music events with Stone Pony’s first show of 2023!
We might as well start with a bang with the amazing multi-award winning duo The Weeping Willows, and fellow Victorians – the incredible Great Aunt, fresh from their US tour. More info? Read on!

The Weeping Willows

3 x CMAA ‘Golden Guitar’, Australian Folk Music and Music Victoria award winners, The Weeping Willows (Laura Coates and Andrew Wrigglesworth) are a couple of old souls, steeped in Bluegrass tradition and draped in Gothic Americana imagery. They regale their audiences with stories of sunshine and romance, God and The Devil, murder and decay. That kind of description might make them sound like some carefully contrived concept-act but there’s something truly different about The Weeping Willows: they really mean it… A Weeping Willows performance, whether live on location or caught on tape will always delight.

Great Aunt

There’s a buzz about Great Aunt – theirs is a joyous and eclectic approach to making music. Together, songwriter/instrumentalists Megan Bird and Chelsea Allen draw inspiration from the traditions of old-time, bluegrass and gospel music, and their diverse backgrounds in punk and jazz, to craft modern musical stories. The duo has delighted audiences at some of Australia’s finest music and arts festivals with tales of joy and grief, whiskey and wine, gratitude and purpose-seeking.

Family friendly and full of all the good vibes, local beer and wine, and cheese platters to order via the ticketing site. Book a table – call Dave on 0405130910


Sat 25 Feb
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Willunga Show Hall
Main Road
Willunga, SA 5172
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