Margret RoadKnight Official Website
          Women in Jazz - (on Culture Victoria website) video which features Margret RoadKnight - click here
             Links to websites of  people that Margret holds in high regard
Paul Robeson an artist Margret has long admired for both his great artistry and his social conscience.
She devised and toured her tribute production "ROBESON KEEPS ROLLING ALONG"
Wordsmith and respected humanitarian (and apparently also an ice-cream lover)
possibly Margret's favourite songwriter -
Malvina Reynolds
Official Website
Malvina's latest CDs (on Australian Omni label)
aida Fascinating Aida
The incisive, glamorous, hilarious UK cabaret group who've helped Margret in her constant quest for musically challenging songs with smart lyrics.
Ellen McIlwaine
Amazing singer and slide guitarist
who has worked with all the greats

(check out Ellen with Margret on
"I'll Be Gone")


New Orleans 2000 with her favourite Gospel singer, the late
Albertina Walker
leader of the Caravans, inspiration for Margret's Gospel group

RoadKnight Caravan

A special reunion after twenty five years
Margret and the much honoured African American writer/activist
Maya Angelou,
North Carolina 1999
greens  Margret with Bob Brown  of the Australian Greens
Ted Egan
From well respected folk singer to Administrator of Australia’s Northern Territory.
(Margret's recorded 3 of Ted's compositions)
Australia's national folk magazine
(Margret featured in Issue #7)
                        shotis Shortis and Simpson
Here's Margret with John Shortis, Moya Simpson
and Kerry Ella in the bawdy cabaret act
'Bishop and the Actresses'
Now visit the Shortis and Simpson website
Judy Jacques' CD 'Making Wings' is, in Margret's never humble opinion,
the classiest Australian album released in recent memory.
Winner of the inaugural Bell Award for best Australian Jazz Vocal album of 2003.
(Margret & Judy can be heard duetting on Margret's latest album
"Moving Target >>>harder to hit")

click here for link to Judy Jacques and 'Making Wings'
Jeannie Lewis
also released a stunning double CD,
'SouthHeart', which wonderfully
explores nuances of the tango
and features Margret on 2 tracks.
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Another recommended purchase -
This icon-aclastic collection of distaff Oz blues legends includes
Margret's "House of Amazing Grace", "Nothing Special" and the raunchy "Afraid of No Men"


After Margret moved to Brisbane in 1996, she enjoyed collaborating with these marvellously talented singers,
sometimes in the only-in-Brisbane concert series Women in Voice.

"... out came the real Margret RoadKnight. a gutsy, growling, scat-screaming blues warrior who's "afraid of no men, and very few women". The band responds with obvious respect (and maximum volume, which is no threat to RoadKnight's massively powerful voice), the auditorium goes berserk, and RoadKnight becomes crowd favourite for the night". ( W in V #11, 2002)

Here's a group Margret saw on her visit to Japan:   Zahatorte
They remain her favourire group

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