Tuesday, December 28, 2010

I get by with a little help from my friends!

The guitar is all ready for Peats Ridge Festival tomorrow, and over the next three days "Circle of One Foundation" will be raising funds and awareness for The Thin Green Line
Big ups to my beautiful and talented friend Belle Cumming for helping me complete this guitar after I had a "slight" mishap whilst horse riding (ironically at Peats Ridge - Glenworth Valley). So, whilst broken ribbed, I am not broken hearted as I have wonderful, amazing, "deadly as" people in my life!

Thank you Belle! (and we can't forget Curtis - not just a pretty face, but the man can string a guitar too!)

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Festival of the Overcast and Chance of Rain (oops! I mean Festival of the Sun)

What a wonderful weekend at FOTSUN! And while despite the Sun failed to show up for its time on stage, the performers at Festival of the Sun rocked it through the rain and the cloud cover!
We are pleased to announce that with the support of the FOTSUN team and performers we were able to take our Save the Kimberley painted guitar to raffle and came up with another $1070 for the cause! Big props go to Macron Music for donating a guitar for this project, FOTSUN management and crew for assistance in raffle sales and the signing by performers, DALLAS freakin' FRASCA (you rock my world woman!), and XAVIER RUDD for supporting our project and spreading the Save the Kimberley cause to the crowd at the festival.

More photos to follow.

On a final note for today, I am very pleased to announce: it's official! We are taking the guitar project to BIG DAY OUT!!!!! Thanks to Blue King Brown and John Butler Trio support we are taking this project to a whole 'nother level!!! Jah bless!!!! One love's the movement!! 1 Y

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Save the Kimberley Guitar Project ready to rock Festival of the Sun

Photograph by Julie Lowe

This weekend we are taking the "Circle of One" guitar project to Festival of the Sun for Save the Kimberley. An amazing line up to hail in the summer and the crowds will be sure to dance up a storm... quite literally! Forecast for a down pour, but we'll be there campaigning for a pouring out of charity and support for our mob at Save the Kimberley.

You're alive. Do something.
The directive in life, the moral imperative was so uncomplicated.
It could be expressed in single words, not complete sentences.
It sounded like this:

Thursday, December 2, 2010

STK and JBT have Calgary join the cavalry

Thanks to Emily Exon and Axe Music in Calgary we have raised $675 for Save the Kimberley through the painted guitar project! Not bad for an oil province! Big ups to all who supported through their donations, talents, and times! Canada is deadly as eh!

Photos to follow shortly!

We wish John Butler Trio all the best with the rest of their North American tour.

Next stop for STK guitar project: Festival of the Sun in Port Macquarie!