Clancy's Fish Pub presents

Neil Murray

with Lois Onley

Thursday 20 December 2018 (opening 7:00 PM)

at Clancy's Fish Pub- Fremantle ( venue info )
51 Cantonment Street, Fremantle WA


Reserve Tickets

Price includes booking fees

18+ General Admission $23.50

Maverick song man, Neil Murray, returns to Fremantle for a solo performance at Clancy’s Fish Pub on Thursday December 20th. Neil will be armed with a set list of landmark songs and Hindsight, a compilation double album containing 32 tracks. 

With more than three decades performing and recording behind him, Neil is a respected and influential songwriter who has contributed handsomely to the nation’s contemporary music heritage. 

A co- founding member of the pioneering Warumpi Band and writer of such classic songs as My Island Home, Blackfella Whitefella, Eddie Mabo, Whispering Casuarina, Native Born, Bring Thunder and Rain, Long Grass Band, Burrumbeep Hill and Good Light in Broome, Neil has delivered a string of remarkable solo albums. 

Accolades include Warumpi Band’s Jailanguru Pakarnu (Out From Jail – co-written with Sammy Butcher and released in 1983 - credited as the first pop/rock single in an indigenous language – Luritja) and Christine Anu performing Neil’s 1995 APRA Song of the Year, the ‘anthemic’ My Island Home at the 2000 Olympics. Both songs feature in the National Film and Sound Archive’s Sounds of Australia collection. Neil was also the 2017 Port Fairy Folk Festival Artist of the Year. 

Missy Higgins has covered Calm and Crystal Clear and most recently, Liz Stringer with Lights of Hay. Other artists to record Neil’s songs include Ireland’s Mary Black, Jimmy Little, Tiddas, Ursula Yovich, Emma Donovan, Powderfinger, Adam Brand, Peter Denahy, Peter Brandy and Amy Saunders. 

As Midnight Oil’s Jim Moginie says “Neil Murray sings from the heart of the country” and this will be an engaging performance with iconic songs inspired by Australian lands and beyond. 
Murray will be joined by incredible support, Lois Onley. In a voice rich with humanity, Lois Olney sings of joy, pain, love and longing. With her remarkable but gentle voice, she distils these emotions and gets to the very heart of what it means to be human. 
Lois was born in her mother's country at Roebourne, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Her father was a Yamatji man from Meekatharra. Her story is of the stolen generation and reconnection to family and culture. For Lois, healing the wounds of stolen generation is a life long journey, but as she shares in her story, Don’t miss Neil Murray and Lois Onley in concert together at Clancy’s Fish Pub on Thursday December 20th. 

This is an 18+ event.

* Over 18's only unless advertised otherwise. * Photo ID is essential,­ acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence or Passport. Please check with the venue for any other acceptable forms of photo ID * All children under 18 not permitted including small children and babies * Intoxicated persons will not be admitted * No thongs or steel cap boots * The venue reserves the right to refuse admission to any person * Dangerous behaviour including Crowd Surfing, Stage Diving, Moshing and Violent Dancing is not allowed and will result in your immediate removal from this venue.*Inappropriate behaviour at this venue will lead to your banning.*