Sat, 2 Dec. 2006 Ash Grunwald
07.30 pm, $ 27.50
A hypnotic blend of blues, roots, beats and grooves
While maintaining the spirit of Robert Johnson, Son House, Howlin' Wolf and Elmore James who inspired his earlier recordings, Ash has stepped out of their shadows to create a sound that combines blues with hypnotic, addictive, bang and clang percussion that owes its origins to Tom Waits, rap and the imagination of this exciting young musician.
Soulful, assertive vocals backed by acoustic, dobro, lap steel and electric guitars, trademarks of his musical armory, are once again on display throughout these new songs that vary in tempo, feel and inspiration.
Tickets on sale November 8th
60 Noosa Drive
Phone 07 - 5455 4455
FAX 07 - 5455 4466
About The 'J'
Noosa Council is building this Centre for all members of the Noosa community. The Centre will provide a long sought after venue for events, programs and activities designed to reflect a wide range of cultural, artistic, recreational, and educative interests.
Funding for the project has been provided through a State Government grant of $1.587M, a Federal Government grant of $1.2M, with the balance of funds contributed by Noosa Council.
Due for completion by late September /early November 2006, the J will house a 320 seat auditorium with retractable seating, lounge and recreational areas, meeting and workshop areas, a café and a University of the Sunshine Coast satellite campus which will be offering courses for first year business programs and a masters program. In addition, the award winning Noosa Community Radio FM 101.3 will have a new home within the centre with a state-of-the-art studio.
Situated at the corner of Noosa Drive and Grant Street, Noosa Junction, 'The Junction' aka 'The J' was named to reflect it's location and to indicate a convergence of ideas and generations.
While Council will provide day-to-day management of the Centre, staff will work with an Advisory Committee comprised of 10 community members to ensure clear communication and exchange of ideas between Centre management and the community.