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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Tawny

Martin Reese, Chris Clarkson, Christian Rizzalli and Davydd McDonald join forces to create an exciting fusion of rhythm and beat. These exceptionally talented multi-instrumentalists draw upon decades of musicianship to produce a spectacular performance – whether it’s a beautiful slow air or a pumping lively jig. With an array of influences ranging from such traditions as […]

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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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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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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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