Peter Combe is a multi-award winning icon of Australian children's music and recognised as simply the best and most loved children's songwriter in Australia, capturing the imagination of both young and old with his funny ...
Here's a review from Peter's recent Adelaide Fringe Big Kids Night Out show at the Spiegeltent
After a successful run in the Perth Fringe, Peter has now begun the Adelaide season. There are 9 matinees and a Big Kids Night Out. Clink on the link to read a review of the first Adelaide matinee.
Oliver has lost his front teeth. Now the thingths he thays don't thound the thame
Join Peter, the Marilyns and Evan Jones (The Pushbike Song) in the Ukelele challenge on Monday 18th Jan. Its an attempt to break the Guinness Book of records for the most ukelele players playing the same song in the same place - current record is about 4700! Its a pre Tour Down Under event, hence the song they will be playing is Daisy Bell (A Bicycle Built for Two). Registration is $2 and funds go to support Eye for Sport a charity which assists vision impaired athletes to compete in sporting events by pairing with an able athlete.
Happy Christmas everyone. Hope you get to spend it with the people you love.
Peter is off overseas for a 6 week holiday, visiting Europe and the UK. Not taking his guitar this time! Just a meeting with a publisher of children's music in London but otherwise catching up with friends and family. Peter loves to visit London - he and his family lived there in the late 70s and it was at this time that he recorded "Music Time" - an educational music program for primary school aged children - for BBC TV. In England he's meeting up again with the other Music Time presenter, Kathryn Harries. Kathryn went on to become a renowned opera singer. Also meeting up with one of his favourite songwriters, Johnny Coppin. Johnny specialises in writing music for the poems of famous Cotswold poets. Peter sang Johnny's song "A Song of Gloucestershire" with his 4 children at a recent big family reunion party