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Sunday Lemonade would LOVE to perform at Bony Mountain!
A little bit about us....
After spontaneously quitting their jobs and packing everything into a van in 2019, ray-of-sunshine duo 'Sunday Lemonade' covered over 70, 000kms (so far) spreading their infectious joy, laughter and feel-good melodies with ears all across Australia.
The pair put all their energy into organising nation wide tours to iconic venues such as Hotel Brunswick, The Northern & Solbar, featuring on festival line ups such as Nannup Music Festival (WA) where they took out the Industry voted ‘Emerging Artist’ 2020
Award and even squeezing in time to gather crowds busking the cheery Byron Bay streets! But wait, there's more... Tyson & Laura also released two limited edition 4-track, self-recorded, eco-concious live demo CD's, all within the first 18 months as a band!
Although 2020 had other plans for the world, independent artists 'Sunday Lemonade' show no signs of slowing down! They have been using time off the road to organise & host 'Stream Culture' a non-stop 5 hour online festival, performing at their own live streaming
events and of course further developing their sound - all stemming from a chopping board and delicious vocal harmonies.
'Sunday Lemonade' are determined to make a big, zesty splash further into the music scene with the drop of another live demo due out prior to an awaited debut single release planned for 2021.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Hey guys, Day of Embers would love to come put on a show for you guys at Bony Mountain!
A folkstress takes the hand of a foot-stomping rootsman – and the dead of night sparks alight with “Day of Embers”. Dawn and Daryl James were born on opposite ends of the globe, though their roots run deep through their Celtic and Gypsy origins of Ireland,
Wales, India and the Americas.
Hugh F - whose stage name he recently abbreviated from his birth name Hugh Fuchsen due to people’s struggle with it’s pronunciation (Foxen) - was raised up in the Australian community of Yackandandah. His very first singing lessons literally consisted
of mimicking the yodel of livestock that would frequently bellow at night. “My mother encouraged me to get into classical piano and singing as a child. I started to play the guitar at 14 as my older brother and friends were all playing rock music," Hugh says.
His migration towards the big smoke of Melbourne was to follow in the footsteps of his older brother, who being a rock and roll drummer and sound engineer also played the part of a musical mentor. It didn’t take long for Hugh to graft himself onto the inner
city music scene and start writing his own songs and performing live.
Victor Martinez Parada is recognised as one of the finest classical Latin-American avant-garde guitarists ever to come from his native Chile. He is an accomplished composer, teacher and performer specialising in classical and Latin folk. After a professional
music career spanning more than 50 years, audiences cherish his performances. A performance by Victor Martinez Parada will not only make you understand the way he has shaped music, but how music has shaped him. He is a musician’s musician who plays from the
heart. Although not a folk performer in the traditional sense I'm keen to re-establish his career and think he would go down a treat at your festival.
Norma O''Hara Murphy
Thanks for your interest! you need to give me an idea of your fee- we are a small Not For Profit Festival- do not have much budget? but we will get you in if you are in the vicinity? & can provide Accom- Cheers Norma xxxx
My names Eddie from the Eddie Rawk Band based in Melbourne. We are a four piece country band with a modern sound that also has rock and folk elements. We are keen to play the Easter In The Bush Bony Mountain Festival and come up and put on an awesome show for
I will email you some links to our music, a band bio and a stage plan.
Hope to chat soon,
The Fox Jones Experiment
The Fox Jones Experiment are a female duo based in Southern Gold Coast. They have performed at Buskers on the Creek and a variety of small festivals and markets.
These ladies love to have fun, their dynamic approach and different arrangements to country and folk will have you toe tapping and smiling.
Allyson Fox and James Golfun
We are Grand Parade a country bluesy rock and folk mix of songs from 70s through to current day.
We live in Tallebudgera SE QLD and have worked both as a duo and in our separate careers for over 20 years.
James has many country blues original songs and has worked in the both the Northern NSW and Sydney pub scenes.
Allyson has played in bands in Sydney Alice Springs and cruise ships. Together their songs are fun loving and audience involved.
Heywood & Moore (acoustic)
The music of Anglo-Australian alt.country artists - Dawn Moore and Brian Heywood - combines the story telling of traditional country with the power of their tight vocal harmonies and edgy acoustic guitar style.
Heywood and Moore have been making quite a splash over the last couple of years with three singles in the Top 40 Australian Country Tracks chart (Turn the key, Walkin’ after midnight and Headin’ home for Christmas) and a well received album (Goodbye Yesterday)
under their belts.
The songs tap into the rich mother lode of traditional country roots storytelling while still bringing their upbeat outlook on life with a catchy, contemporary sound.
Olivia Ruth are fast becoming the name on South East Queensland music lover's lips. Based on the Sunshine Coast, Olivia Ruth are a musical force to be reckoned with. Their distinctive rock-infused sound is a product of Olivia’s dynamic vocals, impressively-crafted
original songs, and a tight and solid group of artists who are passionate about their music. Their gigs showcase a range of musical styles, from gentle acoustic-driven folk/country ballads and funky blues-inspired songs through to powerful rock-solid anthems.
The bold vocals of Olivia Jeffery, smooth bass line of Doug Goobanko, catchy riffs of Jethro Jackson and lively drums by Tim Weire, will leave you with goose bumps on your ears. Olivia Ruth pride themselves on bringing back the art of storytelling. Together
with sassy poetic lyrics they express raw and unadulterated emotion, bringing you music that will have you laughing, crying and dancing. Be surprised, be captivated, be moved and let Olivia Ruth rock you.
The Avalon swing performers live and play amongst the gyspy swing musicians of South East Queensland. There, that musical world is filled with entrancing melodies. Take heed as Avalon Swing pass themselves off as Gentry and have been known to say "We are
an art deco inspired celebration of acoustic swing music. We bring a bit of Gatsby, a sprinkle of french cafe and a dash of bohemian gypsy"
Although known to perform instrumental guitar pieces from Django Reinhardt’s 1939 play list, the American songbook, and the great standards from the swing dance era caution should be exercised at all time around these musicians as it's all a front to lift the
your spirit, while distracting with a brilliant vibe.
Avalon Swing hold true to the old gyspy values of ………. be a master of Impeccable swing.
Quietly but quickly pass the warning .......... The Gyspies will arrive Avalon Swing are coming.
Hi! We were interested in applying for your 2020 festival. Are applications still open? We are available as a Duo or potentially the full band. We are based in WA and would love to be part of what you are doing. We are playing Nannup Music Festival in
WA this year but often head over east. Would love to hear from you!