Ruby Saltbush takes to the high seas to play some sweet and soulful harmonies. Hailing from Deniliquin in NSW, where the Edward River flows and the skies seem to extend forever, Ruby Saltbush brings together guitar and three-part harmonies in an eclectic mix of musical genre and mood. Chris Bodey has been playing and teaching guitar for as long as anyone can remember and brings his significant musical and performing knowledge to the group. Vocalists Shelagh Logg, Julie Cassar and Kate Butler met through a love of ukulele and soon recognised that singing in harmony was a unique pleasure that deserved some attention. If you like music where you can hear all the lyrics, then come along and hear some favourites and a few originals. With a repertoire that takes a winding road from traditional to contemporary with some bluegrass thrown in, Ruby Saltbush has something for everyone.
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