Settle in and enjoy the soulful sounds during the afternoon and as we groove through into the evening, we’ll raise the bar (pardon the pun) with more good beer and bobbing good times.
Born in the shadows of a Kiama garage, influenced by the old school blues and today’s new indie genre, The Vanns were formed.
The Vanns are Jimmy Vann (Vocals & Guitar), Lachlan Jones (Drums) and Tom Switlek (Bass).
Hailing from regional Victoria, Indigenous singer/songwriter Benny Walker is the real deal. His love songs and epic tales are mixed with passion for the land, the people, summer vibes and deep grooves are the elements that reach the soul.
Tom Richardson’s music may be best categorised into experiences and emotions than genre. An adventurous yet humble nomad, in the past two years alone, Tom has performed in 15 different countries across the globe. In an age where it’s all too easy for young musicians to be caught in the tide of ever changing trends, online overkill and pressures to be the “next big thing”, Tom has stepped into the side stream, appreciating the freedom of exploration and the privilege of forging relationships with listeners and cultures around the world.
Jodi Martin’s coastal-desert brand of folk music has earned her a loyal following. She has played at the Woodford Folk Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival, Blue Mountains Folk Festival, and the East Coast Blues & Roots Music Festival, and has toured with Paul Brady, Luka Bloom and The Frames, Arlo Guthrie, Eric Bibb, and The Waifs.
Rarely will you see a band with the ability to connect with their audience as The Little Stevies’. Their unique blend of emotive and honest songwriting, combined with catchy pop melodies and beautiful harmonies do what so many others claim to, they give their audience license to really identify with them and to feel that they’re sharing something of themselves.
The Northern Folk
Hailing from Albury NSW, The Northern folk are a collective of eleven musical ambitionists spreading their unique brand of folk/pop/stomp/rock into the roots of small towns and big cities alike. Soaring saxes, roaring brass, and bashful bass frame the Northern Folk’s massive vocals, with eight part harmonies in tow.
Mixing old world melodies with modern beats and sounds, this world traveling one man band meets explosive Japanese percussionist, bringing harmonica, guitar and foot percussion into a new dimension. Music explores Celtic, Reggae, Balkan, Quebecois and other styles, all surrounded by improvised shenanigans sure to make any dancer happy.