The BordererS return to Auburn

Award winning Celtic/Roots band the BordererS return to Auburn on Saturday to play songs from their latest album Caledonia Man
Award winning Celtic/Roots band the BordererS return to Auburn on Saturday to play songs from their latest album Caledonia Man

Australia’s most succesful Celtic/Roots band the BordererS are returning to the Mid North on Saturday to perform songs from their latest album Caledonia Man.

Guitarist and vocalist Jim Paterson said the band enjoyed performing for the Mid North crowds.

“They are really good audiences and the Courthouse is such a fantastic to venue and very unique,” he said.

“They always give us a great response, we had a brilliant time up there last year.

“I think in the big cities they are bit more spoiled but in the country people certainly give you a better reception.”

The band has performed with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and also twice performed for the Prime Minister, and was recently voted South Australia’s best band.

Based in Adelaide, the band only ventures up this way twice a year so this is an opportunity not to be missed.

The BordererS will be performing at the Courthouse in Auburn, returning to the venue after playing their this time last year.