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From reggae beats to blues to folk, Andrew White
from Nova Scotia is a versatile guitarist, songwriter
and arranger. This has lead him from busking on the
streets of New Zealand to supporting such acts as
Michelle Shocked, Taj Mahal and The Corrs. Andrew’s
ﬁnger-style guitar work is technically brilliant yet
possesses a highly melodic structure.
SAT The Duck and Shovel 9.30PM
Ashleigh is a songwriter and musician far beyond her
years whose music encompasses blues, roots and
folk styles. After having picked up the guitar at age
11, Ashleigh Mannix has not put it down. She has
emerged as a bright natural solo performer that has
toured the world.
FRI The Bunya Stage 9.45PM
From Melbourne, Bonjah are a truly unique band that
have captivated audiences nationwide. They have
established themselves as one of Australia’s hardest
working and most exciting new musical talents.
SAT The Bunya Stage 11.00PM
BRIDES OF GROOVE
Brides of Groove is Linsey Pollak (kaossilator & sax)
and Jessica Ainsworth (drums). BOG play kaoss
electrodance grooves verging on dirty Balkan funk.
Learn “The Sniffy Dance”.
SAT The Duck and Shovel 10.00PM
Having just released her debut self-produced
recording, Georgia delivers fresh folk, philosophy &
soul. She has a powerful vocal freedom & a sassy, yet
sincere stage manner. Whether performing with her
band or in the timeless singer/songwriter style, she
blends intimacy, melody & groove with an explosive
sense of narrative.
SUN The Bunya Stage 8.40PM
Glenn Richards is the singer and songwriter for one of
Australia’s ﬁnest bands – Augie March – responsible
for penning such classics as ‘One Crowded Hour’,
‘There Is No Such Place’ and ‘Asleep In Perfection’.
Hear how Glenn’s distinctive voice and his sharp,
literary lyrics has been an important part of the award
winning Augie March.
SAT The Bunya Stage 9.45PM
John Schumann (left), BONJAH (right)
It is music for the soul. A brilliant debut, from a band
who truly has worked hard for the recognition they
deserve. – Beat Magazine on BONJAH
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