Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse have established a reputation across Australia. They connect and capture audiences through the power of song, bringing a fresh, modern take on ancient traditions; merging evocative sounds, natural acoustic instruments and poignant stories, sung in rare Noongar language.
The natural rhythms of the language are perfectly captured and represented.
Gina is a Balladong daughter; one of the 14 clan groups which make up the Noongar nation, covering the south west corner of Western Australia. She also has links to the Kija people of the east Kimberley region of Western Australia. Noongar language is critically endangered (there are less than 400 recognised fluent speakers left), her mother and grandmother, both part of the stolen generations were never allowed to speak their languages.