46th Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award
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As we edge towards this weekend’s Sunday Music, we caught up with local songwriter Kat Wilson to chat all things music. Blending coastal blues and dreamy folk sounds, Kat has played at WAMFest, Fremantle Folk Festival, Nannup Festival and Fairbridge Festival.
I’m a ginger living in the northern suburbs and I am currently growing citrus in the backyard. My music is best described as coastal blues. I love to tell stories about what I see in the world around me and what I see internally. I’ve always got a banjo or guitar close by to pencil thoughts and match some melodies up.
The band for Sunday will be a duo. I wanted to simplify the sounds and force ourselves to sonically fill the space. Dan Ablett will be playing drums on Sunday and singing some tasty harmonies, and I’ll be singing and playing electric guitar and banjo.
That’s a hard one to answer. Every gig and tour is so different and unique but three weeks ago I was up in Exmouth playing a bunch of shows and absolutely loved it. I met some really beautiful people and had such fun shows. It was pretty spesh.
Yes! I’ve got a couple of projects in the works at the moment. A new single, a live EP and something I don’t think I’m allowed to say yet.
A roaring guitar, jungle drums and heaps of new songs to share. We’re hoping to create an environment that anyone can feel comfortable swaying a little, sitting on a picnic rug munching cheese or even grooving around like an air dancer at a car yard.
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Sunday Music is free and showcases the finest local musicians. Be sure to get down early as capacity is strictly limited. Sunday Music is possible thanks to the ongoing support of Bendigo Bank – Fremantle Community Bank Branch. 2020–21 is the twelfth year of the longstanding partnership.
Fremantle Arts Centre is situated at Walyalup on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodjar. We acknowledge the Whadjuk people as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands and waterways and extend our respect to their Elders, past and present.We offer our heartfelt gratitude to the Whadjuk community and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who continue to care for Country and share their knowledge – this generosity and wisdom helps us to understand and navigate Country safely and respectfully.