Your loveable Grace Emily house band presents the all-in greatest hits super-group closing event of the Adelaide International Guitar Festival.
The Punch Brothers marry traditional bluegrass oomph with contemporary flair in a polygamous cult of rip roaring instrumental chases and powerful vocals taking the audience from bluegrass to folk, pop and Rn'B dabblings.
A mixed-bag festival, not just of music but of art and ideas. Folk music played as scientists talked and children learned about snakes.
The small town of Candelo within the Bega Valley was home to the richest experience of music on the East Coast this weekend.
The Yearlings bought their sweet, honey-dipped tunes to The Front, supported by the always wonderful Matty Ellis.
A filled to the brim Front Café in Lyneham played host to some relaxed and gentle tunes, whille the rest of the city sat at the edge of their seats as the Raiders were knocked out of contention for another year.
Highway Dancing is the third release from the acoustic duo.
Alt country popsters, The Audreys unite with The Yearlings to give Melbourne a taste of their banjo infused stylings at Ruby's Lounge in July.