Sue Filmer joins me this week in The Engine Room to discuss her musical journey which began with Sue being a trained dancer. This is a preview of Sue sharing a story from when she used to be employed to dance at events in Adelaide, prior to joining her first band as a percussionist.
The full episode will be available on Saturday May 29th at 9am (Adelaide, South Australia.) Sue has always loved music, right from her earliest memories of going to see her father who was a professional musician in NSW, performing with the Elizabethan Orchestra, Jazz with Jim Barnard, Black & White Minstrel Shows, Big Bands, Opera's and Ballets. Sue herself is a trained dancer, who moved to Adelaide when she was 20, to attend the Contemporary Dance Course at Flinders University. Sue took up percussion in her 20s with Jim Bailey, and switched from dancing at music events to playing in bands. In 2016 Sue and her husband Danny began performing together as the Duo SUEDAN.
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