About Black Sheep Music
Black Sheep Music is a homegrown music business dedicated to building community through music. Director Phil Hudson is a multi-instrumental vocalist, composer, facilitator and teacher who brings his skills and passion to a variety of settings.
About our Director
Phil Hudson is a Melbourne based singer, songwriter, teacher and multi-instrumentalist. As part of being director of Black Sheep Music he leads a community choir (Sussex Skylarks) and folk rock band The Norwesterlies. Phil facilitates songwriting in schools, performs interactive concerts for seniors, and writes and performs music as part of social justice & environmental activism. He has performed his original songs in many venues including the Apollo Bay Music Festival, the National Folk Festival and Pascoe Vale Festival in the Park.
He also has just finished a project which feature his original songs integrating faith and social justice, involving a songbook ‘Taking the Back Roads’ and two albums ‘Will There Be A Time?’ and the about to be released ‘The Gentle Revolution’ . Phil is also a guitar, piano and voice teacher and teaches English to adult migrants & refugees a day a week in Heidelberg West. He vaguely follows Geelong F.C., enjoys a game of 500 and has recently become addicted to ‘A Handmaid’s Tale’!
Black Sheep Music is about people getting involved in and enjoying music, whatever their ability, age or background. On both a personal and societal level, music can be transformative. For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.