9:00am - Ella Jones
10:15am - Ollie Murk
12:30pm - Kiani Jazz
1:45pm - Lucy Korts
*Program subject to change
Originally from Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia, Ollie Murk honed his skills around the campfire playing guitar from a young age, and teaching himself the didgeridoo and harmonica later to compliment his sound. His career in music only started at the age of 22, however has grown exponentially since then, playing at a number of venues in North Queensland and the Sunshine Coast, he is now an established musician. Ollie Murk delivers a fresh new twist to some of your favourite songs from the classics to now. His genre is primarily folk/rock/surf/blues, applying his style to a wide array of artists from Xavier Rudd, to Michael Jackson, Mumford & Sons to Stevie Wonder and more.
Lucy Korts is an emerging pop artist based in Brisbane, Queensland and is setting the tone for shooting contemporary music into the eyes and ears of the Australian music scene.
From small beginnings, Lucy's unique and distinctive vocal style has taken her from singing in the shower to the festival stages of Australia. After the release of her debut EP 'All My Love' in 2018, Korts landed her first major gig opening for the likes of Alex Lahey, The Paper Kites and The Temper Trap during Toowoomba City's Flower Festival. After gaining recognition through her performance Lucy went on to play her way through the crowds of Brisbane, Gold Coast, Byron Bay and anything in between before taking base in Brisbane City to establish herself as a full-time artist. After the release of 'Crocodiles Cry', Lucy sold out her first headlining show marking a major milestone in her music venture while spiking attraction from major entertainment labels. Since her latest release, Korts has continued to write and create original music, armed in the firing line for future releases. Lucy’s dedication to honing her songwriting craft will see her continuing to break down boundaries through her stirring performance. Korts will continue to set the tone for shooting soft and equally as strong releases into the heart of the Australian music scene.