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Brackets and Jam Central Coast South Feb 15th 2019

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Kincumba Mountain

Friday, 15 February 2019 7:30

The brackets south crew proudly present another wonderful night of superb music, delicious food and friendly company on top of our beautiful Kincumba Mountain.

BYO everything or choose from another great selection of meals served by our lovely hard-working kitchen volunteers.  Bring a friend, a smile, a blanket, a torch to light your way and treat yourself to what has to be the cheapest and most family friendly night out on the Coast.

Line-up for Feb 15, 2019:

7:30 pm: SamNkal
8:00 pm: Stormcellar
9:15 pm: First Drum Jam
 9:30 pm: The Wondermen
10:30 pm: Second Drum Jam
(House drums available for the jams!)


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Sam windley and Kalani artis (SamNkal) are a calm folk duo from the central coast. They have been playing together for about 4 months with years of solo experience, and play all over the coast... Sam windley has been playing music for around 10 yrs and is loving it.. surfing the coast for new adventures and more opportunities to do what she loves. (And literally surfing* the coast hm).

Kalani artis has been playing music in and out of bands/duo/solo (professionally) for about 4yrs and generally into it since a toddler.. and loving it! And also* loving the ocean and seeking new adventures on the way.

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Stormcellar are one of Australia’s most original roots bands, writing music that fuses traditional 20th century styles with modern themes and sounds.

Mutating uncontrollably from album to album, Stormcellar have irritated the Genre Gatekeepers of almost all the major styles by refusing to stay in one category.

Outcast, they roam the musical wilderness making cups of tea and recording albums, touring from Australia to Kansas City and mixing everything they can find with everything else they can find.

At one of the 500 odd shows Stormcellar have played over the last decade, you might have seen Cellists, American Soul & Gospel Artists from the 60’s, Mongolian Throat Singers, Champion Australian Fiddle Players, Puppets, Multimedia displays, Light shows, UV Facepainters, Flamenco Dancers & Singers, Magicians and over 60 different local supporting & co-billed bands.

Stormcellar’s 9th album, ‘Defiance’, has just been released, marking the conclusion of a 3 part writing and recording project that has taken them from the mid-west of rural New South Wales, Australia, to the Mid West and East Coast of the United States of America in search of the shared myth that connects Celtic, Folks, Roots, Blues, Country and Rock.

'Defiance' is the third album in their 'Mid West Triptych', a three part concept recorded over the last 4 years in Australia and the US, the first two albums from which have already achieved a degree of critical acclaim and even a small historical footnote for their collaborations with rarely-recorded Elders from Kansas City. Stormcellar may in fact be the first band to write original songs for, and recorded by, Authentic Delta Bluesmen.

After a decade of pubs, clubs, bar room floors, festival halls, lounge rooms, festival stages and mainstream and even the occasional Arena, Stormcellar are one of the most prolific, constantly working, original writing acts in Australia today.

Stormcellars work has received critical recognition in the US, France, Canada, Australia, the UK, with a string of number 1 albums on Australian charts.

They’ve been schooled by Percy Sledges' musical director. Toured Oz. Recorded everywhere from top US studios to the porch of a farmhouse in Cumnock, NSW, on about every form of media except wax cylinder, played US & Aus Festivals, Biker rallies, back porches, dive bars, VFW halls, RSL’s, Bowlo’s, Pubs, Clubs, Paddocks and even Australian Stadiums. Also Nashville and Wollongong. 

They’ve had a ‘cool’ video on a mainstream TV morning show. Topped the Australian Roots chart twice, come close once and been on the charts approaching 36 months, first band to be on the chart with two albums simultaneously.

Already at work on their 10th project Stormcellar have been recording in the dome of Skywatch Observatory in the Dark Skies area of Coonabarabran, New South Wales and are scheduled for their 5th US tour in 2018, where they have gained a cult following.





  The Wondermen

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The Wondermen kicked off in 2016 and is a project from the group previously known as Rocwater. Paul Eagle joins friends and Rocwater members: Duane Marnell, Andy Felton and David Traina solidifying the strong chemistry amongst the band members and delivering audiences a diverse taste of soul, rock, blues and alternate-country.

The group's success on the local music scene has led to the recent recording of an EP which is due to be launched later this year. Members of the Wondermen have toured and supported “Diesel, Dragon, Mental As Anything, The Beautiful Girls and Hat Fitz to name a few.

The Wondermen pack a style of Blues-Rock-Soul_Alt-Country with splashes of Motown and warm harmonies thrown in the mix. They are becoming quickly known for their energetic live shows and their distinctive sound which is creative, honest and powerful. The Wondermen has never disappointed audiences from haunting power ballads to up-beat dance funk.



Our Brackets South event takes place on top beautiful Kincumba Mountain. The community built venue is a mud brick and natural timber building which sits in a bushland reserve, with panoramic views of Brisbane water and magnificent sunsets over the hills beyond. 

This venue is the birthplace of Brackets and Jam on the Central Coast and the community considers it as it's spiritual home. The Mountain itself holds a strong significance for our Aboriginal community and has been a long-standing meeting place for Central Coast people. The rock outcrop situated in front of the kiosk forms a natural pool which is said to have once been a sacred birthing place for women. The Mountain now gives birth to many new beginnings as the hub of creative community arts in the southern Central Coast region.


Additional Information:

FINAL DRUM JAM: Stay late and see the evening out with the spirit of the dance and drum! Enjoy a little more space to dance to the powerful beat of the drum.
Adults $10.
Accompanied children under 16: Free
Meals $7 Plus healthy cakes & soft drinks, coffee, teas and chai
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