Engraving his name into that A Day On The Green alumni list for a second time, and debuting at Geelong’s Mt Duneed Estate, is Sir Rod Stewart who will be making his way to Australia in October.
O’Neill will be making her solo debut at the festival this March, having only previously performed at the festival for the first time with Irish trad superstar Sharon Shannon early last year.
With the simmering surge of a Summer day and the stirring sting of a solar flare, the Sunnyboys have returned like a sunrise with the same burning passion and radiating spark as they have shown for the past forty years.
Pistol Pete’s Food N Blues, on Saturday, February 8, will be one of only a few live gigs the band will play around Victoria in the next few months as they gear up to go back into the studio to record their fifth album.
Hailing from Melbourne, Meeking has been playing music for years, refining his self-described “rock with a pinch of country” sound, taking inspiration from classic rock icons like Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and Faces while also taking a page out of Lucinda Williams’ book, incorporating a dash of her Americana country-folk songwriting into the brew.
Benny Walker’s 2020 is off to a flying start as the singer, songwriter and guitarist prepares to release his fifth album and hit the Port Fairy Folk Festival stage for the first time.