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FRIDAY NIGHT JAM AT CLANCY’S FREMANTLE!

Posted in community, fremantle, music, western autralia by freoview on May 26, 2016

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All you musos out there who want to get into a good jam session with other Freo musicians should join the great jam at Clancy’s on Friday nights from 5.30-7.30. Headed by another musical genius of the Fisher family, the loveable Tom Fisher, this is a really fun creative session of exploring, sharing, and banging out some groovy tunes.

It’s free for all and the kitchen serves great food and the bar is of course open for a nice drink.

It’s perfect entertainment and engagement on a winter’s night and to meet and network with other musical talent in Freo.

Roel Loopers

 

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PRINCESS MAY BEST LIVE MARKET MUSIC AROUND

Posted in fremantle, princess may markets by freoview on February 26, 2015

It’s little wonder that the Fremantle PRINCESS MAY MARKETS have some of the best live music of all markets around. It’s after all organised by Tom Fisher who just got back from playing with Tim Minchin on the steps of the Sydney Opera House.

Tomorrow night the African soul sounds of Zakhutha will permeate the air of the lovely park next to Clancy’s so come along and start your long weekend at the PMM!

There will be international food aplenty and entertaining stuff for the kids to do as well and there will be market stalls to have a bit of a browse.

There is heaps of street parking so no worries about that. Come and support the local small businesses who make community events like markets work. Open from 5-9 pm every Friday!

Roel Loopers

TIM MINCHIN PROMOTES FREO MUSOS IN SYDNEY

Posted in fremantle, music, tim minchin by freoview on February 25, 2015

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The City of Fremantle should hand the keys to the city to TIM MINCHIN for the great promotion he did at the Sydney Opera House. Tim decided to make the gig on the steps of the famous Sydney landmark a bit of a family reunion and invited his muso family members from Freo over.

Imagine the stage with Freo legend Jim Fisher and his son Tom plus the children of Clancy’s co-owner John Fisher and you’ll get the feeling.

Joe Fisher, the other part of the Clancy’s team, told me today it was quite emotional and that the family had many long nights and a few drinks, so thank you Tim Minchin for putting Freo and it creative musicians on the map!

On another note; Tom Fisher is in charge of organising the great music on the live stage at the Princess May Markets on Fridays. This Friday ZAKHUTA will entertain the crowd in the park next to Clancy’s!

Roel Loopers

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CONCERT ABOUT HUMANITY

Posted in australia, fremantle, perth by freoview on October 17, 2010

The fund raising CONCERT FOR PAKISTAN held at the Fremantle Arts Centre on Saturday afternoon was a brilliant day.

It was one of those days, when you love being part of the human race. When people from all parts of life come together for a common goal, and that goal is to help people from a far distant country. People we have never met and are unlikely to ever meet, from a country most of us have not been to.

It was a day when there were no egos, and there was no greed. No one was going to make personal gain from being involved. It was simply, and all about, trying to give a bit of help to the flood victims in Pakistan.

All the musicians and performers played for free, all the volunteers gave up all of their Saturday, just because each and everyone believed that it is our duty in this world to share and care and show compassion, no matter how far away those who need our help are.

It was a day where humanity shone in its brightest and most beautiful way, when politicians turned up and participated, and everything ran smoothly.

Thank you to each and everyone who was there. Thank you gorgeous kids for giving us so many reasons to smile, and thank you also to the grumpy old men, who never had a moment to be just that.

When there is so much respect and consideration amongst people, life is close to perfect. It shows how much can be achieved with goodwill, and how productive positive mindsets are.

Roel Loopers

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