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The Beggars Sing Australia

The Beggars present with tremendous style and skill, drawing songs from our history, school days, the telly, the bush,
the radio, the road and our hearts.These songs range from folk classics and huge 1960s pop hits
to The Beggars own compositions. They are treasures and all part of our Australian Songbook.
They even have a suggestion or two for our new national anthem. The Beggars are multi instrumentalist Stuart Day,
double bassist Quinton Dunne and Australian songbird Renee Donaghey, they are consummate musicians and achieve a stunning vocal harmony blend.

Industry and press comments
“The best Australian vocal band since The Seekers” Normie Rowe
“Her (Renee’s) voice leaves no doubt, perfect.” HAZ Hanover Feb 2008 [Germany]
“So good was the experience overall I immediately booked this band from Adelaide for a return season” Greg Hordacre Director Drum Theatre Dandenong
“Super Australian band: Renee Donaghey is a genius.” Bote Lucerne [Switzerland]

For tech and assets Audience: Seniors and baby boomers
Price:  Request a quote



The Beggars sing The Seekers

50 years ago The Seekers broke up.
Adored by millions they were the first Australian band to achieve international fame
and became one of the biggest Australian bands ever.
The Beggars sing The Seekers follows their story from the Melbourne cafe scene in 1962 to London,
the swinging centre of the pop universe and right through to their farewell concert.
All The Seekers hits are here. “I’ll Never Find Another You”, “The Carnival is Over”,
“Morningtown Ride” and, of course, “Georgie Girl”,
faithfully re-produced, alongside The Beggar’s originals and rollicking standards
such as “Open Up Them Pearly Gates” and “Sinner Man”.
Presented in wonderful harmony by internationally acclaimed Adelaide folk sensation The Beggars

Presenter Feedback:
“They are fantastic to work with and audience love them” Stuart McKellar Drum theater Dandenong
“The Beggars beautifully capture the melodies and harmonies of The Seekers.” Jo Buck Venue Manager Barossa Arts & Convention Centre

More industry and press comments:
“The best Australian vocal band since The Seekers” Normie Rowe
“World-class musicians” rock times [Germany]
“10/10 I have always said that there’s some great music coming from down under and this is a fine example!!” Metrocountry May 2007 [UK]

For tech and assets Audience: Seniors and baby boomers
Price: Request a quote

The Beggars Christmas Favourites

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year! Santa Claus is coming,
Rudolph’s nose is glowing, and The Beggars are singing everyone’s favourite Christmas songs around the Christmas tree.
Get into the Festive spirit with this wonderful concert full of our favourite carols, songs and sing-alongs.
Featuring the beautiful playing and three part harmony singing of The Beggars,
and presented in their relaxed and friendly style with projected images providing the visual background and atmosphere.
Make a list, check it twice – The Beggars are coming to town!

The Beggars singing Marys Boy child.
[Technical will be similar to Australian Songbook]

Audience: Seniors and music lovers Price: Flat fee is $3800 includes GST, transport and accommodation costs.

The Beggars are Renee Donaghey (vocal, guitar), Quinton Dunne (vocal, double bass) and Stuart Day (vocal, guitar, fiddle) they present in a relaxed, congenial style,
weaving gorgeous three part vocal harmonies with acoustic textures that will transport the listener.
Stories and anecdotes add to the enjoyment, while images projected onstage set the scene, creating vivid and evocative atmospheres for each song.
For tech and assets Audience: Seniors and baby boomers
Price: Request a quote

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