Margret RoadKnight Official Website

These artists have appeared with
Margret RoadKnight

(Those in gold have also recorded with Margret)

As befits a singer whose "versatility makes comparisons problematic" (Village Voice, NY),
in Australia Margret has appeared with a broad range of local artists including:

Graham Lowndes
Judy Bailey
Doug Ashdown
Marcia Hines

Ted Egan
Danny Spooner
Marian Henderson
Joe Dolce
Chris Finnen
Slim Dusty
Bob Maza
Archie Roach
Jeannie Lewis
Kev Carmody
Kerrie Biddell
Mary Schneider
Jeff Lang
Mike McClellan
Wendy Saddington

Phil Manning
Don Burrows
Robyn Archer
Jimmy Little
Kate Ceberano
Jimmy Little & Margret
  Renee Geyer
Jeff St John

Geraldine Doyle
Dutch Tilders
Judy Small
Judy Jacques
Colin Hay
Fiona Boyes
Mal Webb
Judith Durham

Ade Monsbourgh
Lil' Fi

Eric Bogle
Neil Murray

Mara Kiek
Bob Barnard
Bruce Mathiske
Paul Grabowsky
Michael Atherton
Kevin Johnson
Mike Rudd
Bernard Carney
Col Joye
Vika & Linda Bull
Andrew Denton with the first person
he ever introduced

Comedians Wendy Harmer, Andrew Denton, Austen Tayshus, Ernie Dingo,
                       the Kransky Sisters, Greg Champion and
Bob Hudson
   (Margret and Bob's partnership spawned five touring music/comedy shows)

Choirs -gospel choir Cafe of the Gate of Salvation and Bulgarian choir

Blues Bands - The Backsliders, Foreday Riders, Kevin Borich Express, 
Bentley's Blues Revue

Theatre -
Sydney Puppet Theatre, South Australian Theatre Company, One Extra Company

Ernie Dingo & Margret
plus too many other groups and bands to mention!      

Margret's own groups have included
Girls In Your Town
(multi-cultural acappella),
The RoadKnight Caravan
The Cassettes
Bishop & The Actresses
(bawdy cabaret) and
Cinderella Acappella
(children's compositions of John Shortis,
her favourite Australian songwriter)

check out The RoadKnight Caravan here
The Cassettes


Margret promoted tours by these special overseas artists:
Ellen McIlwane
, Tom Paxton, Mickey Newbury, Frankie Armstrong, Holly Near and Jeremy Taylor

Margret has also appeared in concert with many other overseas visitors including:
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Little Brother Montgomery
Country Joe McDonald
Professor Alex Bradford
Daniel Viglietti (Uruguay)
Sara Gonzales (Cuba)
Trio Bulgarka (Bulgaria)
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer
Alistair Hulett & Dave Swarbrick
Mort Sahl, political satirist
Chris While & Julie Matthews
Melanie (Safka)
Margret with members of
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Fairport Convention
Don McLean
Danny Doyle

Bert Jansch
Taj Mahal
Dave Van Ronk
Herb Ellis
Andy Irvine
Ani DiFranco
Katy Moffatt
Faith Petric
Madeline Peyroux
Christy Moore
Richard Thompson
Sydney Carter
Frances Faye
Leon Rosselson
Roy Bailey
Jean-Luc Ponty

John McCutcheon
Paul Williams
Loudon Wainwright III
Topp Twins
Brian Kennedy
Margret      Tom Rush    Joe Doice
Kristina Olsen
Jesse Winchester
Kevin Coyne
John Martyn
Tom Rush
Herbie Mann
Dillie Keane
Danny Thompson
Battlefield Band
Phil Ochs
Rory McLeod
Chris Smither
Josh White Jr


During her overeas tours, Margret has appeared with some of the aforementioned, plus
Pete Seeger
Peter Allen
Rolf Harris
Handspan Theatre
Ricky May
Julie Felix
Alan Dargin
Andy Gibb
Colin Offord
Turk Murphy's Jazz Band

Barbara Dane
Peggy Seeger & Ewan MacCool

Sweet Honey in the Rock

East St. Louis Gospelettes
Koko Taylor and Margret at the
Memphis Blues Festival 1985
Aboriginal Islander Dance Co.
Nanci Griffith
Scarlet Rivera
Oscar Brand
Jools Holland
Lionel Long
Le Garde Twins
Kate Wolf
Weddings, Parties, Anything
Malvina "Little Boxes" Reynolds
Rufus "Walking the Dog" Thomas
Stovall Sisters
and blues artists James Cotton, Koko Taylor,
John Hammond and Katie Webster


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