A Yorta Yorta man from Echuca, Benny Walker is a very successful new blues/roots artist, appearing at sold out shows across Australia. His killer voice and epic tales are mixed with a deep groove and passion for the land. Recent offerings SAVE and Oh No You Don’t shot to No. 1 on the AMRAP charts; the latter earning him four NIMA 2016 nominations and the award for “Best Aboriginal Talent” at The Age Music Victoria Awards.
Teresa Dixon is a gorgeous songwriter. Touring and recording as herself, Dixon is also a member of the Dead Maggies, the Stragglers, and a former member of the Little Sisters.
We were thrilled to hear Sally chat about songwriting, TIDDAS and the Australian Sound. Mandy suggests to Dastey that her singing style and the success of TIDDAS have changed the sound of Australian women singer songwriters, influencing perhaps The Waifs, Missy Higgins, and many more.
Mick Daley is a gonzo journalist and singer songwriter. Having worked in a variety of bands, Daley is widely known for his work with the Re-Mains and continues to tour with them, as well as Mick Daley’s Corporate Raiders. He is an environmental activist and a regular on the frontlines of protests against fracking…