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Full lineup announced forBoogie 7

It’s only seven weeks until Boogie number seven and so the crew at Bruzzy’s farm have unveiled the rest of the lineup of bands heading up to Tallarook for the festival.

The list of new additions is spearheaded appropriately enough by New York city’s Endless Boogie who will play two sets of their psychedelic riffage. Other international acts joining the lineup are Memphis psychobilly icon Tav Falco and his band The Panther Burns, Simone Felice from the Catskill Mountains, and Japanese garage rock girl group Go Devils.

Local additions joining the lineup include Money For Rope, Harmony, Lowtide, Drunk Mums and the “supergroup” Wang featuring Jed Kurzel and Cec Condon from The Mess Hall and Chris Ross from Wolfmother. Grinspoon captain Phil Jamieson will also be in attendance playing a set of “classic songs and kooky covers”.

Boogie will be increasing its capacity to 1500 punters this year, but the festival promises that Bruzzy’s farm will still be “a very special place that allows us to present our magic to our people”.

The gates for Boogie 2013 swing open at 2pm on Friday, March 29 with the bands kicking things off around 5pm on Friday, and finishing up at 11pm on Sunday night. Bruzzy’s Farm in Tallarook is 101km from the Melbourne CBD or a 1 hour and 7 minutes ride by train from Southern Cross station.

Boogie 7 lineup:

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Endless Boogie
Tony Joe White
Henry Wagons and His Very Welcome All Star Company
Don Walker and The Suave Fucks
Tav Falco and The Panther Burns
Money For Rope
Good Heavens
Simone Felice
Little Bastard
Phil Jamieson
Jeremy Neale
Super Wild Horses
Go Devils
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
The Preatures
Mother and Son
Dirt Farmer
Drunk Mums

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Dexter Ramone

Dexter Ramone said on the 8th Feb, 2013

Every year I've said I want to fly down for this. It looks fantastic!


gumbuoy said on the 8th Feb, 2013

Since when has Phil Jamieson solo been a thing?

Dexter Ramone

Dexter Ramone said on the 8th Feb, 2013

Ages. I saw him solo 5 years ago at the Gaelic club


gumbuoy said on the 8th Feb, 2013

does he just do grinspoon-acoustic, or is it mostly his own stuff?


Stugalug said on the 8th Feb, 2013

Keen for Boogie this year, not so much for Phil.


grattan said on the 27th Mar, 2013