Set in one of the most scenic festival locations in Australia, Narooma’s Great Southern Blues Festival has announced the latest line-up additions for the event, to be held on the weekend of October 2 – 4. The event already features headliners Royal Southern Brotherhood, George Porter Jr & The Runnin’ Pardners, The Dynamic Hepnotoics and The Backsliders.
Last year the festival presented The 3 Wise Men (Kevin Borich, Mal Eastick and Phil Manning) and this year’s special trio is The 3 Nasty Boys – (Darren Jack, Pete Cornelius, Shannon Bourne).
Also added to the line-up are: legendary singer-songwriter Richard Clapton(returning to Narooma for the first time since 2006),Hammond Organ players The Doley Brothers and The Swamp Stompers.
More international, national and local acts will be announced in the coming weeks.
LINE-UP SO FAR ANNOUNCED
Royal Southern Brotherhood (USA)
George Porter and the Runnin Pardners (USA)
The 3 Nasty Boys ~ The Doley Brothers
Richard Clapton ~ Blue Shaddy
The Dynamic Hepnotics ~ Chris Cain (USA)
The Backsliders ~ The Detonators
Pete Cornelius and his Band ~ Swamp Stompers
GREAT SOUTHERN BLUES FESTIVAL INFO
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