Dub Dub Goose

2020 Reunion



Dub Dub Goose formed as an impromptu reggae jam band to cover an empty slot at the Moruya Jazz Festival in October 2007 by a bunch of ANU jazz students. They gradually evolved to playing Thursday happy hour jam sessions at the ANU bar, then a progression of gigs at ‘The Front’ Cafe in Lyneham, Canberra where they were joined by local vocalist and guitarist Beth Monzo who took them in another direction, and they started writing songs instead of just epic jams. After a few years of many gigs around town, they recorded their debut album at a beach house in North Durras in 2009, and released in 2010. The band drifted apart in 2011 to live overseas and interstate and form new projects such as Betty Alto, Nyash Afrobeat Collective, I Hold The Lion’s Paw and Glitoris. 10 years since the release of The Goose Is Loose the band will reunite for a special Art Not Apart gig. Expect skankin’ horn lines, tight grooves, killer guitar solos, low saxophone rumblings and plenty of old songs to get you to MOVE YOUR FEET.


6:10 pm - 7:00 pm | Soul Defender Stage