Australia’s Trouble in the Kitchen

It is a great Sunday morning to start the weekend with Australia’s own Trouble in the Kitchen. Their recordings simply bring the beauty of the Emerald Isle right to the Down Under. Fast or slow, the band exudes great atmosphere and beauty. There is  this warmth vibe  within each track, as exemplified by The Pleasure Palace and Road to Port Fairy. There are good vocals in songs like Four Pence a Day and Mill Towns. Great sound engineering washed all tracks. Gossamer sheen  and lush production technique predominate the amazing mastering. These are sound characteristic of bands like Grada and Cara.

If you are a fan of Nicklecreek, The Punch Brothers and Liadan then you will definitely warm up to Trouble in the Kitchen.

Fiddle – Adrian (Ado) Barker
Flute – Ben Stephenson
Guitar – Kate Burke
Bouzouki – Joe Ferguson


4 Replies to “Australia’s Trouble in the Kitchen”

  1. They have the soul of the musical tradition in their hearts as well as they playing! I certainly wish we had a regular Celi band here in the area to dance to and listen too. This music just lets me feel so free!


  2. Celtic music is such a wonderful force that simply spreads its wings and shares such loveliness with the world! The fun part of it is to watch the way it is interpreted and grown wherever it lands. It is true to the soul,but is allowed to spread wings and fly too.


    1. Very well said! Through music we came to understand other cultures. In my part, it has taught me a great deal about world geography. It is fun to watch the world map and see readers clicking anywhere in the world. It expands one’s own thinking.


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