The Annual

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

Sunday 9 November at 1730hrs, Darling Mills Restaurant
The a cappella group Another Roadside Attraction directed by Stephen Taberner.


Da Pacem Cordium Latin, Peace be with You
Ya Helo Czech greeting song
Up the Ladder to the Roof After the Nylons
Spiritual Sweet Honey in the Rock
Pain ou ça mange Trinidadian slave freedom song
Fafetai Samoan hymn, Praise the Lord
If I fell in love with you The Beatles
Bury me deep in love The Triffids
Dod petit Popo Trinidadian lullaby
Ukuhlabelela South African song about the joy of singing
The Water is Wide Traditional
Throw your arms around me Hunters and Collectors
The Ship Song Nick cave
Yelele Joe Gaia

Another Roadside Attraction: is a Glebe-based community choir led by Stephen Taberner. Since their formation in 1995 they have developed a style and repertoire all their own, with plenty of colour, movement and vibrant versions of great Australia rock songs such as The Ship Song, Throw your arms around me and Bury me deep in your love.

Their repertoire also includes spirituals, jazz and songs from Trinidad, South Africa and Samoa. Highlights of their performing career include appearances at the Hordern Pavilion (Yoga Festival 1996), the Sebel Townhouse (WIFT conference awards night 1997), The Rocks (Sweet Harmony in The Rocks 1997), and the Balmain Town Hall (Sydney Acapella Association fundraiser 1997).

Stephen Taberner is a Sydney-based singer, bassist, composer and conductor. He signs in the vocal/double bass duo "Ballads of the Father" and leads three community choirs, as well as working as a playback theatre musician and freelance workshop leader.

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