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Nearly four decades later the band has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in music and comedy including The Dubliners, Billy Connolly and Slim Dusty during countless gigs in woolsheds across the country.
"We think it's important to keep singing the old songs about the shearers, bushrangers and convicts, otherwise they could die out."
WHEN Franklyn B Paverty first performed in Queanbeyan in 1974 they were described as a group of students out for a lark.
One of the three original members, Chalker met vocalist Mal Bennett and Bryan Rae at North Goulburn Primary School.
"This is the Australian equivalent. Every respectable bush band from the 1950s onwards had a lager phone of some sort."
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These days the group has grown to include Bob Buckley, Peter Hobson and Peter Logue.
Crooners; as a tongue in cheek dedication to the jazz musician by the same name.
"It's a wonderful historic musical instrument," Chalker said.
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"We first played at the National when it was held at the ANU in 1976," Chalker said.
blues, or old rock 'n' roll touch, they will also present a unique song cycle dedicated to Ulick O'Boyle, a renowned Irishman who formed the group The Settlers.
O'Boyle wrote thousands of songs about the Snowy Mountains and Canberra region from the 1960s.
Folk from the bush
Formed by a group of ANU students in the early 1970s, one of the bush band's first performances came during a taping on Channel Nine's New Faces series at the Queanbeyan Leagues Club.
Several years later the friends found themselves studying at ANU together.
Franklin B Paverty will join hundreds of performers lined up for the 46th annual National Folk Festival at Canberra's Exhibition Park next month.
The full bush band includes a banjo, fiddle, guitars, vocals and bass as well as the traditional bush band staple, the lagerphone.
"Back in the 1970s and 80s there were bush bands all around the district. There's not many of us left.
"In its current form the lagerphone is only fairly recent but it goes right back to middle east where marching bands used a marching sticks with bells on it. The British army had a similar instrument, Lv Vintage Bags called the Jingling Johnny.
The instrument is a made up of an upright pole with a number of bottle caps nailed into it.
Franklin B Paverty will appear on one of 22 stages for three performances across the weekend.
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