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Just One week till Granite Town

Moruya's Funky Little Festival is on again. The Granite Town committee is hosting a funk filled one day festival, on Saturday 23 September at the Moruya Racecourse. With just a week to go before Funk Day we thought it might be an idea to introduce you some more of the acts you will see THE INVISIBLE VIBRATIONS

Josh Rawiri's 3 piece blues, psych, rock band have been described as 'eclectic rock dipped in the 70's'. Recently signing to international label Trigger records will see the young gents embarking on a 2 year touring schedule. Catch The Invisible Vibrations this year at Granite Town before they vanish! CUPPA SHRED

Cuppa Shred are five teens from the South Coast of NSW: Dayna Lingard, Georgia Macdonald, Harry Bunney, Hayden Ryan and Braedon Welsh-Jones. They play a feisty mix of hard rock/blues originals and classic tunes. Their musical talent, youthful energy and audacious attitude makes for a set not to be missed! CHELSY ATKINS

A girl from the bush.. with unique melodic sounds,.. influenced from her surroundings of world acclaimed artists.. brings you a style like no other as she captivates the audience with her tales of life and gets you groovin’… Let’s call it indigenous folk rocking pop tunes, if you like. We just call her Chelsy…. “I explore, I discover and I connect. ” HERMAN MARCIC

Long time Alice Springs blues institution Herman Marcic has set up camp on the South Coast. Herman's Blues Band have a knack of putting an Aussie flavour on the blues.

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