Australia’s very own “Cosmic Country Weekender” Dashville Skyline has revealed its second round of artists to perform at the boutique event this October long weekend.
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One of the highlights of last year’s inaugural festival, Henry Wagons returns to Dashville with his new livewire band The Only Children and a swathe of fresh solo material, released on this year’s After What I Did Last Night…
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Jordie Lane has been gathering fans in America and Canada this year, but will return to his homeland ahead of the release of his impending new record. February saw the release of new single ‘Frederick Steele McNeil Ferguson’, a song inspired by Lane’s great-grandfather, a war veteran who brought home the burdens of conflict.
Dashville local, William Crighton has had a year to remember. Releasing his self-titled debut record to critical acclaim and firmly establishing himself as a must-see live performer. Crighton stole the show at last year’s inaugural Dashville Skyline, so it seemed imperative to invite the singer-songwriter back to the event for 2016.
Other acts joining the bill include Sydney based, international rock group Spookyland, handpicked for their psychedelic country undertones, influential singer-songwriter and alt-country icon Charles Jenkins, New Zealand’s favourite string-punk band The Eastern, Newcastle’s own James Thomson & The Strange Pilgrims, Canadian born Tracy McNeil & the GoodLife, desert queen Leah Flanagan, Sydney bluesman Frank Sultana & the Sinister Kids, the prolific Jason Walker, local acts Magpie Diaries, Lyle Dennis Express, William John Jr., the Bluegrass Breakfast and the return of the beloved super group Dashville Progress Society.