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Contemporary/Roots Artists:


Acoustic folk and indie

Drawing on influences of PJ Harvey, Joni Mitchell, Ben Folds, Muse, Sarah Blasko, The White Stripes, Nick Drake, this 4 piece acoustic band say
"We aren't quite folk, we aren't quite roots, we aren't quite rock, or pop, or country, or electro, but we figure this must be a good thing... " Great for festivals, pubs, clubs targetted at younger audiences.



CRAIG WILLIAMS (ACT) solo singer/guitarist
oots, country rock , R & B influences

Craig has played venues from the snow fields of NSW
to classic small town country clubs and pubs since the late ‘80's. An unusually pleasant vocal quality accompanied by a modest though interesting guitar style, reflects an eclectic musical taste, with a variety of styles & moods, which he uses to advantage when performing his original acoustic material, adding to a set list an interest in sharing his own stories, with a warmth of subtle familiarity. At times supported by sequenced backing tracks, Craig will entertain a captive audience with mostly covers from the ‘60’s – ‘90’s. He is, however, a contemporary folk artist, with strong roots country, rock, rhythm & blues influences. Craig Williams (‘the not so famous’) well worth a squiz.



THE BRIDGE BETWEEN (ACT) duo (guitars/vocals)
pop and rock covers

The lads’ have been hanging out, singing harmonies and playing guitar since they were 15. It’s what they know who they are. From sweeping harmonies to blistering guitar, The Bridge Between has more variety in their ‘show bag’ than most! Week in week out, they’ve been hitting the clubs and pubs of Canberra. Whilst honing their skills and smoking the tunes (but always outside a 2 metre radius), they have still found time to cut their first E.P. ‘Crazy Water,’ which is out early October 2007. Their biggest gig to date was last New Years Eve, when they played to a pulsating 3000 strong crowd in the CBD. The Bridge Between is set to tour the east coast at the end of the year. They are regulars at the George Harcourt Inn.

Ideal for pub, clubs, festivals



TONY JAGGERS (ACT) solo acoustic singer/guitarist
with some sequencing (when requested)

Drawing on many years of experience in bands and duos, involvement in radio broadcasting and the music industry in general, Tony Jaggers has at last found his niche as a solo performer offering an entertainment package to suit a wide variety of venues and functions. Clubs from and Pubs from Victoria border to Sydney and West to the ACT are where you'll find TJ performing.........Including Great Southern Blues Festival, Thredbo Blues, guesting at Blues on Broadbeach and Tumbafest just to name a few. Whether solo acoustic easy listening or sequence-backed classic rock hits from the 70s to today, Jaggers gives good value for your entertainment dollar with quality sound and a energetic stage presence that will give you a full music program for your venue or function. Acoustic Show. Easy Listening music from the likes of Van Morrison, Paul Kelly, Pete Murray, Cat Stevens and some original tunes etc.. ideally suited for background music in restaurants or hotels and clubs for times when the clientele want to relax and chat. Easy Listening (sequenced) similar to the above but with quality backing tracks, suitable for listening or dancing and featuring some tasteful electric guitar playing to complement the vocals. This package suits functions such as weddings and birthdays as the wide repertoire can satisfy ages from 16 to 60. The Rock Show. Classic Hits from the 60s to today with a harder edge than above, designed to get the audience off their seats and onto the dance floor. This package contains a high percentage of Classic Aussie Rock with songs from artists such as Oz Crawl, Cold Chisel, Angels and AC/DC as well as all the popular most requested songs from Summer of 69 to Copperhead Road and current charting songs from Snow Patrol, Kaiser Chiefs and Hinder. Ideal for pubs, clubs and festivals.


HOZA AFRICAN BAND (6 PIECE) tribal groove dance band

This colourful band draws on the infectious sounds of music from across the African continent, Hoza blend the happy street sounds of Soweto with the talking guitar sounds of central Africa along with the rhythmic percussive sounds of equatorial Africa. They also have an impressive horn section .
Taking their name - which simply means 'come over' from the Ndebele language of Western Zimbabwe. Hoza merge traditional styles with contemporary sounds of African music and are constantly expanding their musical journey. Formed by Canberra based members who artistic and musical talents range from classical to traditional African tribal beats, Hoza has alrady played at popular venues around Canberra to highly appreciative audiences. Hoza ventures into the performance zone to add an excitng and hypnotic flavour to the musical scene of Canberra and beyond! A regular at the National Press Club of Australia, community festivals.. the audience always packs the dancefloor. You can have such fun when this band takes to the stage!!!!! This band has a strong local following!