Carmel Charlton

Performer, Songwriter, Musician, Folk, Country, Gospel and Instrumental





Jackadder's Music Club


    Proudly sponsored by West Australian Folk Federation


Sponsored by the City of Stirling

On the 3rd Sunday of each month from 3pm to 5.30pm, the West Australian Folk Federation presents entertainment for the whole family at Jackadder’s Music Club in the Woodlands Reserve Hall, Teakwood Ave, Woodlands, Western Australia. Each month features a special guest artist plus quality support acts. It gives performers a great opportunity to network and connect with other musicians.

Sunday 21st May 2017 - 3pm

Mucky Duck Bush Band, WA’s Premier Bush Band will be performing at Jackadder’s Music Club on Sunday 21st May at 3pm. 

On their authentic instruments Mucky Duck will entertain you with their toe-tapping music and songs. They delight all ages and their repertoire ranges from Australian bush ballads to contemporary as well as originals in the Bush Band style. They also include a few humorous ditties. They have even been known to run the odd Two-Up game (their own non-gambling version). You can even wear your favourite bush hat.

Since 1974, the "Duck" have been performing their unique brand of Australian folk songs and dances to audiences large and small at festivals, community & corporate events and schools across Australia and overseas. Their current line-up features Erik Kowalski, John Perry and Don Blue.

Venue:  Warren Lake Hall, Teakwood AveWoodlands – Time: 3:00pm
Entry: $8 Adults Children Free -
tickets available at door. For more information call Carmel on 0412777061 or email:

Jackadder’s Music Club was formed in August 2003 at the time that the West Australian Folk Federation was discussing ways to promote 'live' Folk Music in the community. 

The club encourages ‘live’ family entertainment and is run by Carmel and her husband Eric.     

Jackadder’s has grown since its inception and an average of 50 people attend each month.  There is a great variety of both professional and amateur performers taking part and often young performers are included in the afternoon’s line-up. It is a great opportunity for like minded musicians to network, build friendships and share their love of music.  

People of all ages enjoy the shows and are encouraged to join in by the performers. Our oldest performer to date was eighty nine and the youngest seven except for the performing pooch 'Poppy' who was only five!!   All styles of music are encouraged and verse is also popular at the club.

Adults only $8 and children FREE Afternoon tea included  

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