Nannup Music Festival #29 02 to 05 March 2018
Another Nannup festival, a plethora of magnificent artists/bands, workshops, venues and performances, together with what seemed a limitless abundance of musical talent there was something for everyone to discover at the 29th Nannup Festival.
It was impossible to cover every one but here are some of the acts that I was privileged to come across.
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Ralway Bell - Amphitheatre, Fri 02 March
Festival Opening Act Rockin It Up Nannup Country Style
The Maes- Amphitheatre, Fri 02 March
Twisted Folk from The Maes
Terrah Guymala- Amphitheatre, Fri 02 March
Musical vibes Indigenous style rockin the night waves
Stevie Jean- Amphitheatre, Fri 02 March
NT Youth flying high with her brand of soul rock and a voice that kicks it skywards
Wayward Johnson and the Adjustment - Nannup Hotel, Fri 02 March
Wayward Johnson keeping it real and bringing us back to earth with The Adjustment paying country rock’n’roll.
Timothy Nelson - Tigerville, Sat 03 March
Stellar songwriter Tim Nelson with a plethora of top class musicians turning it on and turning on the Tigerville gathering on a sunny Saturday arvo
Kallidad - Tigerville, Sat 03 March
Nannup regulars of this decade, purveyors of death flamenco metal whipping up a tornado of good time hip swinging energy in Tigerville pavilion.
Harry Hookey, Lucky Oceans, David Hyams - Town Hall, Sat 03 March
Acoustic ballad songwriter in bad company but extraordinaire musicians.Acoustic ballad songwriter in bad company but extraordinaire musicians.
Little Georgia - Town Hall, Sat 03 March
Little Georgia rolled the Town Hall with their energetic folk rock shortened set.
Jordie Lane - Amphitheatre, Sat 03 March
Jordie Lane prompting new wares in the shape of Glasselland acoustic rock sound scape.
Swamp Thing - Tigerville, Sat 03 March
Powerful deep swamp blues that reached out and grabbed you by the throat. Rockin blues that got the packed Tigerville to move on down.
Southern River Band - Tigerville, Sat 03 March
The Southern River band brought their brand of southern country rock’n’roll to the Tigerville with frenetic unstoppable energy.
A packed venue rocked out to SRB and the amazing rip roaring guitar playing skills of Callum Kramer.