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MONIQUE BRUMBY – GUITAR

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists, Uncategorized    //    Post Date - June 8, 2014

Monique Brumby first came to our attention as a young artist in 1998 when she was nominated for ARIA ‘Song Of The Year’ for her epic ballad ‘The Change In Me’ from her debut album Thylacine. Ever since, Brumby has built a solid musical career appearing regularly on the festival…

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JOHN WILLSTEED – GUITAR (HALFWAY)

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - June 5, 2014

Halfway is an eight piece band from Brisbane. Yep, they still make an 8 piece! Formed in 2000, Halfway have released three albums; Farewell to the Fainthearted (2004) Remember the River (2006) & An Outpost of Promise (2010). The band’s new album Any Old Love is released on June 7….

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JAKE MASON – KEYBOARDS (Cookin’ on 3 Burners)

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - June 3, 2014

Cookin’ On 3 Burners are Australia’s hardest hitting Hammond Organ Trio – joining the dots between Deep Funk, Raw Soul, Organ Jazz & Boogaloo. The band’s new album Blind Bet will be launched with gigs in July. AM profiles Cookin’ On 3 Burners‘ Hammond man Jake Mason. What was your…

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MIA DYSON – GUITAR

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - June 3, 2014

Mia Dyson is our first lady of the electric blues. Since releasing her debut album Cold Water in 2003, Dyson has built an ever-increasing following both here and overseas with her heartfelt vocals and stunning guitar skills. The ARIA Award winner releases her new album ‘Idyllwild’ this week. What was…

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RON POPE – GUITAR

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - May 25, 2014

Multi-talented Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and gifted guitarist, Ron Pope is set to return to Australia to promote his new single, Lick My Wounds (available now) and new album, Calling Off The Dogs, set for release on June 6. AM profiles Ron here. What was your first guitar? The first guitar I…

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SHELLEY SEGAL- VOCALS

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - May 17, 2014

Melbourne singer songwriter and international touring artist, Shelley Segal has just released her new single, Morocco lifted from her third studio album, An Easy Escape which is set for release on June 6.  The eclectic storyteller will celebrate the launch of her new releases with shows at The Northcote Social…

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HUGH MIDDLETON (BOYEUR) – KEYBOARDS

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - May 13, 2014

Hugh Middleton and Tim Ischia are Boyeur, a unique and talented indie pop musical partnership from Melbourne. What was your first keyboard? A little Yamaha kids keyboard with a “DEMO” button you could hit and it would perform a cheesy MIDI tune for you. Classic! What do you use on…

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MARCEL YAMMOUNI – GUITAR

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - May 11, 2014

MARCEL YAMMOUNI has been around the traps for a while, sometimes as a gun session bass player and other times as an amazing lead guitarist. He has toured with Vanessa Amorosi, Electric Empire and Andrew Da Silva. He has worked extensively on TV shows like X Factor and Australia’s Got…

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JORDAN WILSON-GUITAR

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - May 9, 2014

Georgia Fair is Jordan Wilson, vocals and acoustic guitar and Ben Riley, guitars and harmony vocals; they are Sydney born and raised but now based in Melbourne. Their second and current album Trapped Flame was released in October last year to much acclaim. AM profiles Jordan Wilson, half of the…

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EMMA SIDNEY-VOCALS

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - May 8, 2014

Emma Sidney’s career started in the field of opera. However, things changed when she had pleasure of meeting and jamming with jazz legend Gil Askey for the first time. This lead to a thirst for jazz music. It’s a path she’s pursued ever since, culminating in 3 albums of quality…

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