In the unique setting of the Yanga Woolshed, Uncle Kutcha Edwards returned to his town of birth to perform, his beautiful voice and stories of family a privilege to experience.
Fellow singer-songwriters Neil Murray and Benny Walker were on the bill too, and local student Archie created a TWIG sculpture.
It was the second of our four iso-busting Town TWIG concerts, part of ACRE21.
Partners – Balranald Shire Council, South West Arts and Create NSW
Photos and video – Mitchell Barkman
Talking around the fires, which are just beautiful, we used to do this as children and it's just a lovely thing to do.
- Bev Murray, Balranald resident