Here at The Valley Studio we like to keep music alive and fresh. The Valley Studio House Concert Series is called ‘Songs Under The Stars’. It’s our new venture, started in the spring of 2012 and it’s all about bringing world class music and songs to the Blue Mountains, supported by the wonderful artists we record here at The Valley.

During winter this is an inside event.

AUGUST 2ND 2013 in Springwood
Dobe Newton and Roger Corbett of The Bushwackers.

WITH special guest from Local Blue Mountains singer/songwriters.


Warm your winter chills with a night of song and stories with Dobe Newton and Roger Corbett of The Bushwackers Band.

Dubbed, ‘The Australian Band’ by Rolling Stone Magazine, The Bushwackers have been performing and recording music for over 40 years and are Australia’s best-known, best-loved bush band.  There’s been 75 members, 20 studio albums, four books, tours, awards and enough stories to fill a dozen books. It’s been the constant hand of both Dobe Newton (life long member) and Roger Corbett ( 30 year member) that has keep The Bushwackers dream alive.
More about The Bushwackers HERE

‘Songs Under The Stars’ will feature Dobe and Roger playing their distinctive Australian music, much of it based on the traditional working songs from the early 20th century with seamlessly incorporated celtic instrumentals and great contemporary original songs.

Between sets, you can hear songs from some of the Blue Mountains best kept secrets – local singer/songwriters.

Bring your friends and join us for a very special night of ‘Songs Under The Stars’
Friday August 2nd 2013 7.30pm. 

Numbers are limited so we recommend you book early. 


(It’s one easy Paypal click. You don’t need a Paypal account to purchase with your Credit Card)

For more info call Roger on 0414 517 099 or email  HERE

PLEASE NOTE: On confirmation of your booking with payment, we will notify you of the event address. You are welcome to bring snacks and nibbles, wine and beer. Supper will be provided. Children under 16 are Free.





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