VOTE THE BASTARDS OUT – The Spooky Mens Chorale | 2020 update

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It’s a worldwide theme: Vote the Bastards Out. It probably applies to most countries in the world (that vote) in today’s reality. BTW, don’t forget to vote. Election day is November 3, 2020 and this is the most important election in your lifetime IMHO. For more information about The Spooky Mens Chorale visit

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ABOUT The Spooky Men’s Chorale

spooky-mens-choraleThe Spooky Men’s Chorale is a group of Australian male singers. Most reside in the Blue Mountains region of New South Wales, but some are from Western Australia. Their repertoire consists largely of songs either written or arranged by their director (or “Spookmeister”) Stephen Taberner, on topics ranging from power tools to covers of ABBA songs. They also perform traditional Gregorian music, which you will notice is a major influence on their compositions, harmonies and vocal style.

The Spooky Men’s Chorale made their first appearance in August 2001 as part of an evening called “This was nearly my life” at Paddington Uniting Church, Sydney. Taberner claims he called up every man he knew who could sing and “taught them 3 songs, and asked them to show up wearing black and with an interesting hat.”

In the first couple of years the group performed and rehearsed sporadically until the National Folk Festival of Easter 2004, held in Canberra, which effectively launched the group and where, thereafter, they became cult figures.

The gig at the National was also the debut of what would become the Spooky theme song (“We are the Spooky Men, We dream of mastodons …”) which typified the brand of humor they were beginning to define. The attention received at the National Folk Festival in 2004 gave rise to a series of opportunities to put their music before a wider audience.

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2 Responses

  1. Tallia Gluck

    I saw this video a couple of days ago(?), and it’s great!