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Adrian Woodhouse

Medium: Multi-instrumentalist singer/Song-writer, comic and all-round consumate thought-provoking entertainer.

Experience: Veteran of festivals, community events, theatre and opera projects, occasional recordings and professional musician.

Works: As presented here.


Email: adrianwould@hotmail.com
Mobile: 0408 196 274

High praise for the impact of Adrian's influence:

"I want to die this morning, but Adrian is performing this afternoon, so I'll wait till afterwards!"

- Maude, 92 year old resident of a Melbourne nursing home, 26th of November, 2004


Adrian's Challenge: What are your wildest dreams?!
http://plk.human-interest.org/artists/woodhouseAdrian/whatAreYourWildestDreams.html
Those wishing to take on Adrian's challenge may have them posted to this site if they so desire, and can forward them to the general PLK email address below - ed.

Song History: http://plk.human-interest.org/artists/woodhouseAdrian/discography.html

Selected Songs for Download: http://plk.human-interest.org/artists/woodhouseAdrian/downloads

Tree Hug'n' Hippie - The Inside Story!
The making of what is becoming acknowledged as an anthem for the humour, seriousness and awesome powers of Life.
http://plk.human-interest.org/artists/woodhouseAdrian/treeHugnHippie.html


Adrian Woodhouse is a Melbourne singer songwriter with many hats to wear. He runs a business performing old jazz tunes on mandolin in Melbourne nursing homes, hospitals, and senior citizens centres. He performs originals at festivals and community music events, and occasionally records CDs, putting to use his skills in playing guitar, bass guitar, keyboard, drums, and vocals, and often utilising the talents of musical family members. He has had major roles in many theatre projects over the past ten years, the latest being a chorus member of Melbourne Opera Company's 'Rigoletto', which was performed to packed houses at Her Majesty's Theatre in June 2004. The content of his original material has afforded him several opportunities for public speaking on topics of alternative masculinity and spirituality, an avenue he hopes to take further in future.


Activist artists, their audiences, critics and patrons wishing to contribute, please contact us at:

p l k @ h u m a n - i n t e r e s t . o r g