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Wil Thomas, Phoebe Corke and The Nomadics

Duke Of George presents

Wil Thomas, Phoebe Corke and The Nomadics

6:00pm, Sun 10 March, 2024
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An intimate night of Stories in song. Three of WA’s renowned singer-songwriters come together to weave a tapestry of musical magic.

Doors 5.00 pm | Band at 6.00 pm

Duke of George presents

Wil Thomas, Phoebe Corke and The Nomadics

Join us for a night of world class songwriting and musicianship with Wil Thomas, The Nomadics and violinist Phoebe Corke. All accomplished and renowned performers in their own right, together they create musical magic

Wil Thomas is a journeyman and a storyteller, a laconic troubadour and the kind of artist you yearn to have at your campfire. Thomas' quest for the ‘story in song’ is passionate and single-minded. His sophomore album, Provenance’, was nominated for an Australian music prize. In 2023 Thomas released his third studio album, The Riding Light, which debuted at the acclaimed Nannup Music Festival in March followed by a full band launch in Broome in August, along with the film clip to the second single from the album, Ben Hall. 

With his tales of Bush Rangers and modern-day political gangsters, Thomas sings of redemption, love and revolution, weaving stories from a stormy Celtic coastline all the way to the blood-red dirt of the Kimberley. Drawing from a melting pot of influences, from Dylan Thomas to Led Zeppelin, he epitomises all there is to love about raw and relevant Australian music.

The Nomadics are true musical alchemists, bestowing the world with a much-needed blend of vulnerability and courage. Their deep love for the world and each other resonates through their stunning harmonies, drawing listeners in with an irresistible charm. Like a campfire for the heart, their latest album Green Shoots from Dead Wood showcases their soulful country melodies and songwriting in classy style. Come and witness The Nomadics breathe life into characters and stories that yearn to be heard and honoured.

$35 at the door whilst tickets last
12+ years require a ticket plus accompanied by an adult