The Delphics

Combining ethereal vocals and relentless multi-instrumentalist energy, The Delphics deliver traditional tunes-based balladry with a tight-paced intensity; creating songs that are in turn foot-stompingly rhythmic and sweetly transcendent.  From pirates and petticoats to beggars and booze-bolters, The Delphics conjure echoes of the past in a timeless, melodic style.

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The Goodwills

The Goodwills (Bob & Laurel Wilson) have been singing together for three decades and are legends in their own loungeroom, having organised and hosted house concerts for twenty years. Their performances feature Bob’s ‘modern folk’ originals; some from their back catalogue and many fresh ones, including from their latest CD, ‘The Last Waterhole’. Expect Aussie- […]

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The Wilson Pickers

The Wilson Pickers are an Australian ensemble with an impeccable pedigree. Comprised of four of Australia’s finest singer/songwriters  and one of its most highly sought after multi-instrumentalists  they perform original folk and country tunes utilising bluegrass instrumentation and superb five part vocal harmonies. The group has an obvious kinship and desire to have a good […]

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Asa Broomhall

Supercharged guitar, soaring voice, vamping harmonica and evoking lyrics, that’s Asa Broomhall His show has enchanted audiences all over Oz, the UK and North America. Countless tours with renowned artists and five self-produced releases under his belt, Asa is one of Australia’s finest Independent acts.

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The Barleyshakes

Brewed in Ireland and distilled in Australia the Barleyshakes are back with brilliant new album and a fabulous resonant bang. This popular Celtic band combine intense energy, beautiful harmony and driving dance rhythms in their live performances. Adored throughout Australia and beyond for their “bent” Irish sound, they are winners of the Queensland Music Award […]

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Mark Ziza

With a style which has been described as “off the mainstream altogether”, Mark plays original music and covers from Delta Blues sounds to the quirks of a Tom Waits swing tune. Mark has found his own voice and has an unusual vocabulary of guitar techniques lurking at the fingertips. While many of his songs reflect […]

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Mark Cryle & Carmel Newman

Since his work in seminal Australian band Spot the Dog, Mark Cryle has been acclaimed by music journalists as one of Australia’s leading songwriters. Carmel Newman has played classical violin since she was three. A consummate live performer, Carmel’s sublime fiddle playing & voice complements this act superbly. Whether playing Mark’s original songs, traditional songs […]

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The Hydrangeas

At last! The triumphant return of the Hydrangeas to the campbeds of Neurum Creek, these high-haired harlots are back, dishing out some good old country advice. Everybody’s favourite glamorous girls, they sing, they dance and they come with a language warning.

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Wayward Angels

Wayward Angels are a four piece band who has been taking their style of bluegrass with sweet harmonies to South-East Queensland audiences since 2013. Their individual vocal strengths combine in bluegrass, old-timey and alt-country covers and originals.

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Mat Brooker

Soulful gypsy flamenco guitar music comes pouring out of Mat Brooker’s hands.  Armed with only a guitar & stompbox, Mat’s expressive style led him to be described as “the Jimi Hendrix of Spanish guitar”. Mat has embraced a world fusion style with his nylon string guitar playing, drawing strong influence from the passion & excitement […]

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The Floyd Family Breakdown

With a shot of country, a dash of bluegrass, and a swizzle of western swing, The Floyd Family Breakdown delve into the country music heartland to dish up a hearty jambalaya of good ol’ country music. The Floyds have been working those floorboards to develop their own sound with original songs, and also give a refreshing take […]

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Fettler’s Yard

Fettlers’ Yard is all about an uncomplicated, transparent acoustic sound from guitar, violin, accordion and voice that’s interesting listening and easy on the ear. They borrow thoughtful music from the best in international contemporary folk that features lyrical story-telling and playing, as well as their our own material. Some songs you may recognise, others are reminiscent […]

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Whiskey Remorse

Whiskey Remorse plays independent mainstream folk pop alt-country – a progressive and eclectic mix of modern, traditional, original, and re-envisioned songs and tunes. They place no limit on genre in the belief that a good song is a good song. An inescapably folk sound flows from their fingers in their desire to create a polished […]

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Dog Watch

Dog Watch is a family affair. Keen seafarers and dedicated wordsmiths who honour the traditions of story-telling, Dog Watch mostly sing about the sea. Their songs canvass genres from folk to blues to (almost) country, encompassing ballads and anthems, shanties and love songs. Between them the band members play far too many instruments, but do […]

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Michele Govan and Ryk Rostron

Countless mispent hours playing together from bleary bars to backyard beers amount to something. It’s all folk music when played by these friends: Ryk’s originals, folky covers both famous and obscure, and favourite tunes fancy and fine. After a character building eon with The Rogues, Ryk went on to dillydally with the likes of the […]

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Ben Salter

Ben Salter is one of Australia’s most highly regarded performers and songwriters. As well as being a founding member of Giants of Science, The Gin Club and the Wilson Pickers, he is an accomplished artist in his own right. His debut solo album The Cat established his penchant for the melodic mixed with the esoteric, whilst follow up EP European […]

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Evan Mathieson

Evan has been playing guitar, autoharp, and singing for over 40 years. Southern Delta jazzy jug band tunes, unaccompanied harmony songs, protest songs, Australian best songwriters are all grist to his mill. Silliness and a dash of humour make sure his audience stays engaged. Evan loves to support small festivals as he believes this is […]

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The Fox Hat Trio

The fox Hat Trio sing the old songs, celebrating harvest, home, sea and work. Drawing inspiration from the great traditional singers of the Anglo-Celtic folk revival they sing in deft harmony with passion and belief. All are acknowledged soloists with fine reputations for unaccompanied singing. Performing in various guises, over the last few years they […]

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Thrillbilly Stomp

Thrillbilly Stomp jam their celtic, cajun and bluegrass influences into one tightly wound ball of furious folk energy. This fine band captivate audiences near and far with their instrumental flair ,fine vocals, unique arrangements of covers and catchy originals. Thrillbilly Stomp delivers a highly infectious, fun and totally entertaining performance.  

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Tawny

Tawny creates ​an exciting fusion of rhythm and beat Three multi-instrumentalists draw upon decades of musicianship to produce a spectacular performance- whether it’s a beautiful slow air or a pumping lively jig- these lads will ruffle some red feathers.  With an array of influences ranging from Appalachian/ American to English folk and pure Irish, they […]

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Blue Harmony

Blue Harmony combine vocals, banjo and guitar to create a lively, instantly likable sound. Voices merge to produce sweet vocal  harmonies complimented by banjo and guitar licks. Blue Harmony perform a wide range of bluegrass standards, folk ballads and country music.

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The Jar

The JAR play traditional and contemporary folk music with a modern edge. Songs merge into tunes; airs take off into jigs and reels, and always an irresistible energy, driving the music along and lifting the spirits of any company.

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Tapestry Chamber Choir

Tapestry is a Maleny-based mixed choral ensemble, performing songs arranged for four-part acapella singing. Tapestry has been performing for 14 years. The current repertoire includes challenging choral mixed with gospel songs, Australian bush ballads, pop songs and old English madrigals to traditional choir pieces and even a Beatles classic.

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RUMBA FUEGO

Australia has a unique place in the globe as one of the oldest continents yet one of the world’s youngest nations Its multicultural society has contributed to its harmonious society and a laid-back lifestyle that many around the world envy. From this came RUMBA FUEGO, a rich and energetic Latin dance band playing music from […]

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The JAM

The JAM emerged out of the vibrant acoustic music scene of SE Queensland. Their members all support a number of local folk activities but their first love is to play music and sing together. They are often found having a ridiculous amount of fun jamming with friends at local music gatherings The JAM features distinctively attractive vocals with […]

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One Step Forward

Their band name taken from an unfinished peace song,  One Step Forward sang together in this formation from 1990-1994, & reformed for an impromptu set at Neurum Creek Music Festival  last year. This inspired a long-time fan to sponsor a retrospective album of their favourite songs – spirited, political, mostly a cappella folk with bite. […]

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Sadie and Jay

Joining musical forces just a few years ago, Sadie and Jay’s performances have made an impact in and beyond the Brisbane folk scene. Versatile musicians in their own right, together they make a formidable duo blending vocals of rare calibre with an evocative back-drop of intricate finger picked guitar, bouzouki and bass. Joined by percussionist […]

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The Johnson Stompers

Blues stomp like you’ve never heard before. The reformation of the Johnston Stompers has people talking across the state. They’re back better than ever. Authentic, energetic, and just inviting you to get your Delta blues on.

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