Live and original this week at The Stag & Hunter, Friday, December 16th – Voodoo Express with Marshall Okell. The Voodoo Express are a powerhouse Blues/Rock band featuring some of Newcastle’s finest musicians.Their combined experience delivers a knockout performance every time they hit the stage. Their combined experience
Rocking, Blues & Roots – Marshall Okell grew up on the NSW far North Coast area of Byron Bay and was aptly named after two of music’s greatest rock/
Marshall became well known for his lead in the group ‘Marshall and the Fro’ . The group released 2 albums and an EP between 2005-10. The 1st self-title
Be warned. Marshall has emerged with a new level of addictive,
SHOW CANCELLED – Jon Toogood with Ben Leece, tickets $20 plus bf online here / $25 door. Jon Toogood is the founding member of two bands, Shihad and The Adults, a solo artist, multi instrumentalist, radio presenter, mentor, theatre performer and voiceover artist. Jon will be on satge solo and acoustic with a hit filled set featuring some of his favourite songs (both his own and handpicked favorites’ from his vast collection) it’s the utlimate summer sing along, get up close and personal with one of New Zealands most revered singer/songwriter and frontmen.
Sunday, December 18th – Chris Rose. Coastal, Country, Indie / Pop Chris Rose’s Port Macquarie roots of secluded surf breaks, coastal campfires and country vibes, colours and shapes his song writing. Picking up the guitar at age fifteen, he’s spent the best part of his life songwriting and wowing audiences with his distinctive and unique voice.
Chris is a regular performer in Sydney’s live music scene, playing at many bars and clubs including weekly residencies at Darlinghurst, Circular Quay’s Museum Of Contemporary Art, and The University Of Technology Sydney.
He has performed at many music festivals and concerts sharing the stage and supporting some of Australia’s most iconic artists including: Icehouse, Richard Clapton, Christine Anu, Bonjah, The Beards, Lior, Damien Leith, Mason Rack Band, Thirsty Merc, and the Jezabels.
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