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The 19-Twenty lads have been performing their high-energy sonic-party nationally, headlining sell-out shows and festivals in all states and territories. Constantly on the road or in the sky, they have toured seven times around Oz and performed gigs throughout Europe including Belgium, The Netherlands & Germany. Performing anywhere and everywhere, this straight-up 100% independent act have been blazing throughout Europe and Australia and gaining new music fans/fiends from their live shows.



Based on the South Coast, All The Fuss are a well established band creating a unique sound and setting the vibe with Neo Soul, Funk and Blues grooves. Regularly performing at Breweries and Wineries along the South Coast and in Wollongong and recently performing at the South Coast Food and Wine Show, the prestigious Sydney music venue Lazybones as well as opening and closing for the Bands on the Bay Festival in Jervis Bay.



Claude Hay leaves a 10 year career as the ultimate One Man Band solo artist to become the duo ‘Claude Hay and The Kung Fu Mustard’ in 2019. The new band takes its cues from old school funk, one of Claude’s first musical loves, and will take the dance floor up a notch at his already heaving shows.




High-energy duo Hat Fitz and Cara are among Australia’s most talented roots music artists.The husband and wife team have clocked up 10 years of worldwide touring, festival performances and album releases from their base of operations in the hinterland of SouthEast Queensland's Sunshine Coast and are showing no signs of slowing down.


Kayla Spadoni, an accomplished singer and performer hailing from Sydney, has an illustrious journey in the music industry. Having relocated to Los Angeles as a young adult, she diligently pursued her passion and secured a record deal with Universal Motown. Collaborating with renowned producer Oak Felder, Kayla co-wrote and recorded an extensive catalog of tracks.
One of her notable collaborations includes being featured on Far East Movement's hits "White Flag" and "Dirty Bass." Impressed by her talent, Far East Movement invited Kayla to join their global tour as the featured female artist, captivating audiences with chart-toppers like "Like a G6." This opportunity led her to share the stage with music icons such as Rihanna, LMFAO, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, and Keri Hilson.
Kayla is now back living in Australia with her family and is enjoying performing locally with her Dad Cliff Merry.



For the first time James Southwell and his band are heading to Moruya Blues & Roots Festival. These heavy hitters of the Australian Blues Music scene are set to light up the stage for the 2024 festival for ONE very special show!

This band will capture your attention and you will be totally engrossed as James and the boys project themselves off the stage and through you with their music.

James Southwell commands the stage like few others, with powering riffs and vocals that bite. James and his incredible band are truly world class and would not be out of place on any stage anywhere. James is not afraid to push his music past all previously existing boundaries and well past what others may consider the limits of what is safe. His music comes from a deep love of the blues with heavy inspirational funk and rock & roll influences. 


Over the past 15 years James has firmly established his credentials as one of Australia's leading blues/rock/funk performers, constantly playing at the top of the bill at almost all music and blues festivals throughout Australia and New Zealand. 



Much of the country was oblivious to the career Nathan Cavaleri led beyond prime time Australia. By age 12, he found himself the centre of a bidding war between the labels of Michael Jackson, Prince and Madonna. By age 16 he'd toured with B.B. King as his guest, and played at the Kennedy Centre in front of The Clintons with Etta James and Bonnie Raitt. 2019 saw Nathan Cavaleri return to the stage after a 5-year struggle with anxiety/depression. His story telling type show captivated audiences around the country including 1000’s at Caloundra Music Festival.

Since his return, Nathan has made huge waves in stamping his footprint back on the Music Scene & has taking audiences by storm. Releasing an album titled "Demons", a Sold Out headline tour throughout the pandemic & a full "Australian Story" episode  later, Nathan's show has grown from strength to strength. Now, with a freshly inked record deal with ABC Music & wowing audiences worldwide through virtual connection via Twitch Streaming (becoming one of the biggest musician Twitch streamers in the world!), Nathan Cavaleri will bring his latest show on the road in support of his latest album “Miracles” & an emotionally driven and authentic live solo show.



Pete Cornelius has been a working musician since his early teens. He continues to expand his repertoire and impress his audience with his toneful guitar and soulful vocals. His style is difficult to describe but is steeped in heartfelt blues, greasy funk and soul with Americana overtones. His authentic sound and original songwriting is unique to Pete and his skill is recognised internationally. He is one of the most experienced young bluesmen in the country, with more live shows and festival appearances, album releases and awards under his belt than performers twice his age.



Unchained by age, Piper Butcher will give you shivers. Her soulful tones are way beyond her years. Hailing from Newcastle, this up & coming artist has kicked off her career supporting acts such as Kav Temperley (Eskimo Joe), Diesel, Kasey Chambers, You Am I, Robben Ford (USA), Mia Dyson, Russell Morris, Casey Donovan, The Black Sorrows, Shane Nicholson, The Badloves, Ryan McMullan (UK), Thirsty Merc, GRAACE, The Screaming Jets, Karen Lee Andrews, 19-Twenty, Josh Pyke & Tori Forsyth, which has paved her music pathway.

Piper released her first single of 2022 "Read Between the Lines" which is a fierce track that sets her apart from other new artists.



The vibe is old-school. Think blues-rock and add a dash of psychedelic. It's groovy, it's of the earth, it's authentic.

With a band-name that's one heavy animal away from the legendary vamp 'Smokestack Lightning', this trio from the Yarra Valley in Australia might have formed around their love of the blues but are actively pushing into new territory.

They've been at it for a while. Singer-guitarist Ash and drummer Jem started playing in high school, while bass player Shane helped form the band
in 2013. Like a rhino, they mostly avoid built-up areas, and generally 'stick to the sticks'. Further explanation? Anywhere near trees, water or beer. In the spirit of a good old Bunnings BBQ, they're proudly D-I-Y, releasing music under their own label JAMALAMA and designing everything from art to Pink Floyd-esque light shows.




Since winning the Emerging Artist award at Nannup Music festival in 2020, Sunday Lemonade have created a fizz as the infectious rom-com act of the Australian indie folk scene. 

Loz & Tys have supported Australian favourites such as 19-Twenty, Thirsty Merc, The Rubens, Ash Grunwald, Steph Strings & the Pierce Brothers amidst multiple nation wide tours, featured on festival line ups alongside Little Georgia, The Bamboos and Tones & I, and most recently taken out the People’s Choice award as a top 10 buskers finalist at Tamworth Country Music festival.

Like a refreshing glass of your favourite bubbles, nomadic duo Sunday Lemonade are powered by a good story, laughter and connection, evident in their uplifting, energetic performance. 





The Spindrift Saga are an Australian power trio hailing from the South Coast of NSW, renowned for their explosive live shows “catchy rhythms, bright licks” and huge alt-funk-rock sound. Over the last 13 years, these three humble lads have gained a large underground following and accumulated a long list of achievements. Touring extensively both in Oz and overseas, The Spindrift Saga have supported the likes of The Living End, Thirsty Merc, The Rubens, British India, Maxi Priest (US #1 Artist)  and many other music industry heavyweights. They have headlined festivals such as CiderFest and NelliJam Music festival and have appeared at countless other festivals over their 13 year reign.   



“They’re like a a mentos mint shoved in a coke bottle, ready to explode in all the right ways!”, David Glover Sydney Blues Society.  

The SunBears create a sonic inferno of blues rock wildness that ignites stages and leaves audiences exhilarated. Their live performances are a sight to behold, characterised by explosive energy, tight musicianship, and an infectious enthusiasm that sweeps through the crowd, turning each show into an unforgettable experience.

The bands sound draws inspiration from a diverse range of musical genres, including blues, rock, pop, funk and soul. Blending a fistful of ‘JET’ like passion, a crunch of ‘Wolf Mother’ rawness and a sprinkling of ‘John Mayer’ soul, their driving rhythms, catchy melodies, and explosive live performances sate the appetite of young and old alike.

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