themusic.com.au Jayne Denham joins Lee Kernaghan, The McClymonts, Kasey Chambers, John Williamson and Josh Pyke are all amongst the names in the 2014 line-up for the Gympie Music Muster, which today has unveiled its mammoth bill of country, roots, acoustic and rock acts.
The annual gathering will take place Thursday 28 – Sunday 31 August at the Amamoor Creek State Forest Park, south-west of Gympie, which itself is an hour-and-a-half north of Brisbane. The family-friendly non-profit is expecting to attract 50,000 people, the vast majority of which will camp in area, and will aim to generate over $15 million for local communities.
The line-up so far features:
Lee Kernaghan, Kasey Chambers, John Williamson, The McClymonts, Sara Storer, Adam Harvey, Beccy Cole, Josh Pyke, McAlister Kemp, Russell Morris, Gord Bamford (Canada), O'Shea, The Sunny Cowgirls, The Wolfe Brothers, Bob Evans, John Stone (US), Jon English, Luke O'Shea, Jayne Denham, Peter Denahy, Harmony James, Buddy Goode, Sheppard, Aleyce Simmonds, Ashleigh Dallas, Adam Eckersley Band, The Pigs, Harry Hookey, The Viper Creek Band, Hat Fitz & Cara, Kaylee Bell, Doug Bruce, Lachlan Bryan, The Sou'westers (New Zealand), Thelma Plum, Uncle Jed, Mike Carr, Pixie Jenkins, The Muster Poets, The Soorleys, Lloyd Spiegel, Lyn Bowtell, Mason Rack Band, Hamilton Bros., Luella & The Heelers, "I Hear That Train a-Comin'" – The Johnny Cash Story, Megan Cooper, Mike McClellan, Catfish Voodoo, Chad Morgan, Christie Lamb, Dan Hannaford, The Faceless Men, Grant Luhrs, Jared Porter, Adi Burgess, Jeff Brown, Jenny Talia, Ben Ransom, Bree De Rome, Brittany Pavlo, Paddy McHugh, Keith Jamieson, Kellys Heroes, Shandell, Steve Smyth and The Muirs.
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