Jetty Road

Singer Song Writer and Story Teller Tasmanian Autoharpist Tony Newport

SOLO

Thirteen Level Blues

 

A tribute to the 1960's and 70's miners of Western Tasmania. The last of their kind before the era of FIFO, 12 hour shifts and seven day rosters. A different time.

 

This Land

 

 

ABC Radio Interview with Rick Eaves 2015

From the top: With Cora and the Crop Boys  Tamar Valley Folk Festival 2016; Vince Brophy and Tony Newport Croydon March 2015; With Legendary Autoharp Luthier George Orthey and Wife Pennsylvania June 2014; Greenwich Village NY July 2014; With Pete Daigle Seattle Luthier and maker of my Chromatic Harp Penn June 2014; Kiwi Doug Wright and myself birthday concert Hillwood 2012

The Jumper 

Published in the Sunday Examiner. Complete and unedited version. PDF
Download accompanying MP3 Gravel and Mud

IN Concert:

Wee Georgie Wood  and Raindrops on Rinadeena

 Live at The Tamar Valley Folk Festival 2017

Wee Georgie Wood

Raindrops on Rinadeena

Narration and song about football in Western Tasmania in the 1960's and 70's: Dedicated to the people and spirit of Western Tasmania

Gravel and Mud

A song of growing up and sharing in the small, crowded houses of the 50's and 60's on Tasmania's West Coast. A personal reflection of what we experienced throughout many parts of Australia

In A Miner's House