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Palaedium

Palaedium

Palaedium


Palaedium has become a popular name in the Bendigo music scene in a remarkably short time. Having got together in August 1998 the band has been very busy playing local venues including the Old Crown Hotel, the Golden Vine Hotel as well as the Sunny Sedgewick Music Festival. They have drawn excellent crowds since there first gig and have not looked back. Palaedium has it's origins in the duet comprised of Mary Burke and Steven Gregory who were well known locally as Dulcet. Read more on Last.fm
Palaedium has become a popular name in the Bendigo music scene in a remarkably short time. Having got together in August 1998 the band has been very busy playing local venues including the Old Crown Hotel, the Golden Vine Hotel as well as the Sunny Sedgewick Music Festival. They have drawn excellent crowds since there first gig and have not looked back. Palaedium has it's origins in the duet comprised of Mary Burke and Steven Gregory who were well known locally as Dulcet. Steve and Mary played together for five years before deciding, according to Mary, "We wanted something that would bring a wholeness to the music - give it more body". Having many friends in the music scene it didn't take long to form a band from there. Music and lyrics are written by Steve and Mary with input from all the band members. Deryck Jenkin is the most recent addition, on bass and backing vocals.

He joins drummer Rod Bradbury, who also sings backup. Steve and Mary both play guitar with Mary also playing flute. Palaedium is as interesting to watch as is to listen to; it is very refreshing to see a band with a female lead, and Mary is a natural performer. The band has been described as being multi-dimensional because their music appeals to a diverse range of people. It doesn't fit neatly into a box of pop, rock or folk, but has something of all these elements. Palaedium plans to make future performances more exciting, to be "a performance, not just a gig".

Mary says "Palaedium plans to make the performance visually stimulating as well, using a range of artistic media. Palaedium are working on their first CD which should be out in December. It contains fifteen tracks, all of which are original, and Palaedium plans to play further afield of Bendigo. (Written by Chris Gardner for the Bendigo Advertiser, Feb. 1999.) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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