19 NOV 2023\\ CENTENNIAL PARK \\ COOMA NSW
An iconic Sydney band, Stormcellar’s music is a mix of Roots, Blues, Rock & Folk. Stormcellar has achieved local and international recognition with three #1 albums on the local Australian Blues & Roots charts and chart positions in the US & France. Performances include US & Australian Festivals & Community events, bars, clubs and street fairs from Tamworth to Nashville, Chicago, Indianapolis, Wollongong and anywhere from late night bars Newtown or lost on a highway in the US Midwest.
The 4KINGS will get it on at Cooma Roots and Blues Festival playing a selection of original bluesy rocking funking goodness. The 4KINGS are: Kez Hasanic a dynamic guitarist and singer who can really 'shout' the Blues, Mick Pandelis another guitar player who amazes with superb licks, special guest Hans Bos on Drums and 'Mad' Mike Taylor laying down quality bass grooves! Al Britton from the legendary Bondi Cigars says: "4 KINGS, are a must see killer band, do not miss them!
Mark Easton has a long history in the music scene from Punk and Glam Rock to Blues! His album DARK BLUE was released in 2023 which went to number 4 on the Blues airplay charts and received loads of airplay overseas. Mark is joined by other band members Tony Cardinal on drums, Kim Brown on bass and……. A new album NOTHINGS SACRED will be released in November 2023. The album with 10 blues covers by Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf, John Lee hooker, Koko Taylor, Canned Heat etc.
Paula McMahon began her musical adventures in the school choir, later studying classical violin. As an accomplished solo performer Paula toured the UK, opening for Paul Simon and many others. She then formed the cult folk rock band ‘Coppermill’, one of the pioneering bands of Electric Folk Rock, playing at festivals and clubs all over UK and Europe. After moving to Australia Paula formed the band ‘Red Corvette’ She recently released her first album LIFETIME SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BLUES.
Jandemarra Wall (Uncle JD) is an Aboriginal Elder of the Snowy Monaro region. He conducts traditional welcome to country and smoking ceremonies, performs at many community events, multicultural festivals playing the didgeridoo. Also, Uncle JD is also an accomplished canvas painter and traditional woodworker. One of his canvas paintings can be viewed at the Cooma visitor centre.