And more music!

We enjoy Girgarre Moosic Muster and Jigarre Jammin’ so much that some of us have got together to make the music last longer!

See also:  Jigarre Jammin’,

These groups perform around the area:

  • Clark and the Jammers – mainly 60’s and 70’s covers
  • Clark & the Jammers in action in the Girgarre Hall
  • Gargarro Bush Band – call and play Australian music for bush dances.  Clark Morgan is the caller and guitarist; Di Bergmann plays mandolin and tin whistle;  Geoff Partridge is the fiddler and Jan Smith plays double bass.
  • The Pure Drop – mainly Celtic music – The Pure Drop flyer
  • Spare Parts – A genuine bunch of great mates from all over Victoria, who originally met at Jigarre Jammin’.  Collectively, they perform a diverse range of melodies, instrumentals and harmonies, with vocals by Cathy, Audrey on guitar, Angela on fiddle, John on banjo, Di on mando and Jan on double bass.

    Spare Parts at the 2017 Muster

  • J-Ukes – Our name is short for Jigarre Ukes as we are part of Girgarre’s music phenomenon and we have been meeting at the Girgarre Community Cottage since 15 October 2014.  Beginners to advanced and every stage in between, our aim is to have fun and learn something with other people who share our passion for our small instrument. Soprano, concert, baritone, tenor, bass, we have them all. We come from a wide area around Girgarre – Shepparton, Echuca, Nathalia, Nagambie, as well as Merrigum, Kyabram and Kyvalley – but no-one from Girgarre itself!  For $2, the Cottage folk welcome us and we chat, play, learn, laugh and have a cuppa on the 1st, 3rd and, sometimes, 5th Wednesday every month from February to November, from 1.30pm to 4pm.  If you would like to join us, contact the leader, Lyn Cosham, at or just turn up, you’ll be most welcome!   The venue is the Girgarre Community Cottage in Olympic Street.

Many venues around the area host live music. Here you will find the details for the nearby Kyvalley Hall.

To contact one of our bands: