Canadian songstress McGraff described by fans as "A Female Gordon Lightfoot" with the stage presence and voice of an Angel + sonically intelligent retro-pop from NY's Boggia in this special North American double-bill
Described as one of the ‘best singers in the world’ by her ongoing collaborator, Buck 65 (CA), “captivating’ by The Line Of Best Fit (UK), and “work of a painter born in paradise” by The Sydney Morning Herald (AU).
Electrifying clawhammer banjo, bass, percussive dance, storytelling songs old and new, nuanced, emotive vocals. An intimate, robust evening of acoustic music and dance, a skilled hybrid of Americana folk arts and original songs.
A high quality singer-songwriter evening with Moulettes member Raevennan Husbandes, Joan Armatrading-endorsed Ben Smith & Jimmy Brewer, and record producer Youth (Paul McCartney/ The Verve) protoges Ferris & Sylvester.
Sometimes folk, sometimes not. India Electric Co. travel through Eastern European themes, gypsy jazz and Irish reels to end up with something “quirky and glittery - a veritable musical magpie’s nest.” (BBC Radio 3)
Two incredibly talented artists join forces... "[Sally's] enormous vocal range and stupendous control can relax or rouse at will - she coaxes her voice from that of a mild modern English rose to raw throated blues." + "Fans of the music of Ry Cooder and JJ Cale will definitely cherish this album"
"He displays John Prine’s gift for stark little songs that tell big, complex stories, Guy Clark’s lean melodicism, Lyle Lovett’s wry mischief, and Bill Morrissey’s knack for the revealing image.” - Boston Globe
Described by Australian Guitar Mag as "One of this country's most interesting acoustic guitar talents" straddling styles and sounds from the Delta Blues, Appalachian Bluegrass, English Folk and all stops in between
Bluegrass influenced UK folk from Alden Patterson and Dashwood (‘Might be the best debut CD of the year!’ fRoots Magazine) plus Americana and Scandinavian flavours from The Georgia Shackleton Trio ('tremendous panache' FATEA Magazine).
From bluegrass to blues, from folk to rock, from banjo to slide guitar, the music of Tony Furtado knows no boundaries. “Tony Furtado is a major musical force without a doubt. He has his black-belt in voice and bottleneck guitar and his banjo playing scares the crap out of me.” David Lindley, musical adventurer