Teresa Dixon ‘Way Down South’
July 29, 2022 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm AEST
$20 per ticket
Teresa Dixon is launching her second album ‘Way Down South’ at The Palais Theatre in the Supper Room.
Friday 29th July | Doors 630pm | Music 7pm | Bar Open | Support – Katie Wison | Tickets $20 online & door
Come and celebrate with Teresa Dixon and her band whom are playing a special intimate sit down show upstairs at the Franklin Palais to launch her new album ‘Way Down South’!
From one side of Bass Strait to the other, Teresa Dixon writes and plays gritty alt country & folk songs of love, loss & hope. With her debut album Bass Strait under her belt, released in 2018 and recorded in her old home on the Bass Coast of Victoria, she has migrated further south and is now based in the Huon Valley, Tasmania.
Dixon’s new self-produced album ‘Way Down South’, recorded by Jethro Pickett right on the Huon River,
tells stories of the healing power of nature, place and reflection with some self-deprecating songs about drinking and failed love thrown into the mix. It showcases her gravelly, honest voice and multi-instrumental talents on banjo and guitar.
Teresa has played many of the country’s major folk festivals as a member of trad country-folk trios, The Stragglers and The Little Sisters and convict folk punk outfit The Dead Maggies. Her band ‘The Deep Blue Sea’ who will be joining her on the night, consists of prolific violinist Hannah Morrell (The Stragglers & The Dead Maggies), renowned Tasmanian double bass player Hamish Stevenson, everyone’s favourite little brother David Dixon on drums (The Sketches & The Dead Maggies), producer, recording engineer and singer songwriter Jethro Pickett on lead guitar and well known and loved singer songwriter Zac Henderson guest performing on lead guitar.