A night of fun and folk music at Zamia

The Inadequeates and Those Folk
The Inadequeates and Those Folk

TAMBORINE Mountain’s favourite sons, The Inadequates, will perform for one night only at Zamia Theatre, along with husband and wife folk duo Those Folk.

Jackson Church, Marcus Church and Lawson Mackriell have been playing music together since they were in high school, with Jackson and Marcus also members of the well known local family band the Haystack Mountain Hermits.

The Inadequates are an award-winning trio formed by the three men who are now known for their energetic performances and innovative acoustic sound. 

Growing rapidly within the Australian folk scene, they have been likened to bands such as Nickel Creek, Mumford & Sons and Punch Brothers. 

With a catalogue of intricate original music focusing on their tight 3-part harmonies and technical skill, the boys are currently producing their first album which they plan on releasing within the next year. 

They perform in their signature bright suits and feature banjo, mandolin, guitar and accordion, 

Those Folk

Those Folk are a husband and wife musical duo comprised of songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, Lawrence Menard and Clare Quinn. 

Their partnership was  forged in the fires of folk music and their songwriting explores love, hope, belonging, and the human condition. 

Breathtaking vocal harmonies are featured alongside guitar, accordion, mandolin and banjo.

The two bands met at Gympie Music Muster in 2022 and have been performing at festivals together ever since.

They often enjoy sharing some songs together, playing rowdy bluegrass and old time songs with an old-fashioned ‘all in’ performance energy.

The Inadequates and Those Folk are performing at Zamia Theatre, Main Street, Tamborine Mountain on Saturday April 20.  Door open at 6pm, concert starts from 7pm.

Tickets are $30 each and are available online at thosefolk.com/shows.

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