Our highlights for the second day of this year’s WOMADelaide included The Blind Boys of Alabama, Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi, Aldous Harding, Spinifex Gum, Dyson Stringer Cloher and Salif Keita.
Yesterday, The Cat Empire’s Felix Riebl accompanied by indigenous teenage choir Marliya, released ‘Ms Dhu’, a song which describes the outrage felt by Ms Dhu’s family, community and supporters of this senseless tragedy.
In his solo mode, Felix Riebl shows us a completely different side the performer. At the helm of the Cat Empire, Felix is the energetic frontman, leaping about the stage and leading the party. By contrast, his entire set at the Producers on Wednesday night was delivered from his piano stool.
Cat Empire frontman Felix Riebl shows off his considerable songwriting skills with the new solo album, Paper Doors.