The Banter Brothers – With Different Mothers

Event Description

Meet Kazman & Dougie aka the Banter Brothers – a cultural collaboration of First nation & Pacific Islander Aussies. (Definitely not FOB) with an interesting blend of music vocals and banter inspired by their FNQ verandah jam sessions.

Kazman at a young age decided that military life was not for him. He foresaw a vision of himself on stage and in bright lights. From that point on he pursued creativity and entertainment. Dougie on the other hand, was at the other end of the scale. At a mature age he decided 24/7 work was not for him. So he picked up a guitar and now he finds himself here.

Both graduated from Aboriginal centre for the Performing Arts in 2012, with Advanced diploma’s in acting. A two year acting tour with the QLD arts council saw these two hone their acting skills and songwriting. A lot of the material was created during that tour so sit back relax and enjoy 30 years of friendship and, who knows what the hell will come out of their mouths.

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Saturday March 12

9:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Metro Arts

Venue

Metro Arts

97 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101

+61 7 3002 7100

https://metroarts.com.au/

About the Artists

Douglas Wilfred Maybir the 3rd aka Dougie Fresh has performed lead roles for STOLEN & UP THE LADDER at the Cremorne theatre QPAC 2011,2012. He's played with Ziontes Reggae Band (2009) and with Progressive Tan from 2012. He's now playing, singing and songwriting with The MadTones.

Terry John Cassels aka Kazman has been a dancer a teacher and choreographer and now musician/singer/songwriter. He has released numerous albums with bands like Hot Rubber Glove, Dubmarine, Progressive Tan and The MadTones. He's been touring in theatre and music nationally and internationally since 1998 appearing at countless festivals including Woodford Folk Festival, National Folk Festival and at the Sydney Opera house.

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