Brackets and Jam returns to Kincumba Mountain

Frances Swan

Brackets and Jam returns to Kincumba Mountain this Saturday, April 2, at 1pm with an afternoon of superb music and friendly company.

You can bring a picnic, a chair or rug and enjoy the cheapest family friendly day out on the Coast.

The line-up includes Frances Swan, Tip the Hat, and Peter Healy with King Rhythm and friends, and there will be drum jams on the day.

Swan is an Australian singer-songwriter who performs solo with piano and vocals, giving her a haunting indie-folk vibe. Her electronic arrangements are dynamic and powerful with a distinctive northern European flavour.

She has written soundtracks for film and choreography.

Tip the Hat

Tip the Hat is a new Central Coast band playing a mix of funky and smooth up-tempo blues, plus some older rockers out of the blues tradition. The band comprises Len Newman on guitar, Mick Field on bass and Dave Gardner on drums.

Peter Healy leads a stellar band of musicians to celebrate the long-awaited relaunch of Brackets and Jam. Paul Eagle, Matt Butler and Phil King will join Healy in the line-up.

The Kincumba Mountain Kiosk will be available for refreshments.

The venue is at the top of Island View Drive at the west end of Kincumber St, Kincumber, and cost is $10 with accompanied children under-16 free.

Media release, Mar 29
Brackets and Jam

Peter Healy and King Rhythm