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Abbe May’s Doomsday Gospel Choir

Friday 23rd October / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

This year has been a whirlwind for Abbe May.

From developing new work in front of audiences around the country, to having her portrait in the Archibald Prize, and recording her next album.

On Monday 26th October she is trying something new.

As part of the Fremantle Festival, the Tonight Show Starring Abbe May will see Abbe interviewing some of WA’s most intriguing musicians as well as performing selected songs alongside them.

The lineup includes Joni Hogan, Morgan Bain, Odette Mercy and Davey Craddock who joined Abbe on Breakfast with Caitlin for an exclusive performance of a new song “Doomsday”.

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