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“Too Many Songs About Bloody Shearers By Far! Vol 1”

Duo Studio CD

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Chloë & Jason Roweth (vocals, guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, mandola) have been researching and reinventing Australian bush music / entertainment for over twenty years. The Roweths’ broad repertoire of bush songs allows both the humour and surprising depth of traditional Australian bush ballads, poetry and dance tunes to shine through. There’ve gathered a bulging swag of new material for 2014 - songs of the kitchen, the verandah, the shearers’ huts, the front bar of the local, and the campfire.

Chloe & Jason Roweth at

Hornsby Folk Club
Beatrice Taylor Hall, Hornsby

20 June, 8:00pm


Click Go The Shears

Mark Gregory recently discovered what may well be the earliest publication of Click Go The Shears (The Bare Belled Ewe”) in the Bacchus Marsh Times dating from 1891. The document was uncovered in Trove, the online archive of the National Library of Australia.

Our thanks to Landline for this clip filmed at the stunning Old Errowanbang Woolshed. The song was featured on Landline in February 2014.

Full Landline segment on ABC website


“That’s Not How I Heard It...”

Great Australian Poetry seasoned with the dance tunes of the bush.


Chloe & Jason Roweth at

Troubadour Folk Club
CWA Hall, Woy Woy

26 July, 7:00pm