In January 1972, an Australian Black Panther Party was formed in the police state of Brisbane, Australia. This is a story told in the words of Marlene Cummins, a woman who experienced the best and worst of the short lived and controversial Black Panther movement. Inspired by
October 27th, 2015
If you love the blues as much as I dooz, you won’t want to miss Marloo’s Blues Bash at the Basement on Thursday 23rd April! Join Marlene Cummins and her Blues Experience Band as she takes you on a journey with her unique Koori woman blues belting style. Let the ...
April 17th, 2015
Black Panther Woman, the Rachel Perkins directed documentary about Marlene Cummins time as a member of the Australian Black Panther Party has been selected to screen as part of FIFO, the South Pacific festival held in TAHITI. More details can be found on their website at ...
January 19th, 2015
Blues fans around the country are picking up on Marlene Cummins’ fierce debut blues album, Koori Woman Blues. In the Northern Territory Jennifer Budukpuduk Gaykamangu, who plays Charlie’s wife in Rolf de Heer’s acclaimed film, Charlie’s Country holds
August 13th, 2014